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									                   TANGEDCO

TENDER SPECIFICATION FOR MANUFACTURE AND SUPPLY

   OF LP ROTOR 2 & 2A STAGE MOVING BLADES AND

  RECTIFICATION AND REBLADING OF LP ROTOR FOR

                  110 MW TG SET




  SPECIFICATION No. CE/ETPS/CE- 2822 /2011-2012



                 DUE ON 10.06.11



          OFFICE OF THE CHIEF ENGINEER
           Ennore Thermal Power Station,
             Ennore, Chennai-600057.
                                        TANGEDCO
                                  INVITATION FOR BID
 For and on behalf of TANGEDCO, sealed tenders are invited in duplicate under Open Tender-
Two Part System for the following work.

SPECIFICATION NO. CE/ 2822 / 2011-2012

1   Name of the work                         : ETPS – 110 MW Unit – III TG set –
                                               Manufacture and Supply of LP rotor 2 & 2A
                                               stage moving blades and rectification and
                                               reblading of LP rotor for 110 MW TG set
                                               for Ennore Thermal Power Station

2   Closing date for sale of specification   : 14.00 Hrs. on 09.06 .2011

3    Due date & time for receipt of : 14.00 Hrs. on 10.06 .2011
     tenders
4 Due date & time for Opening of : 14.00 Hrs. on 10.06 .2011
     tenders
If the due date for receiving and opening the tenders happens to be a declared holiday, then
tender will be received and opened on the next working day, for which no prior intimation
shall be given.

5   i) Earnest Money Deposit                 : Rs 80,000 /-

    ii) Permanent EMD with TNEB at : Rs. 10,00,000/-
    ETPS

6   Tender outer      cover        be : If the Offer Submitted at ETPS:
                              should
    addressed to                        Office of the Superintending Engineer/ P&A/
                                        ETPS, Ennore, Chennai – 600 057
                                        Phone: 044-2575 1240.
                                        Fax     : 044-2575 1978
                                        If the Offer Submitted at O/O the CE/Mech/
                                        Thermal Stations/Ch-2:
                                        O/O The Chief Engineer /Mech/Thermal Station,
                                        3rd floor , NPKRR Maaligai,
                                        144 Anna Salai, Chennai- 600 002.
                                        Phone: 044-2852 5724
                                        Fax     : 044-2858 5804
                                        Web Site: http\\www.tneb.org
7   Method of submission of tender    : Open Tender under two part system

8   Clarification to be sought from          : Superintending Engineer / P&A / ETPS/
                                                Ennore / Chennai – 600 057.
9   Required number of tender Copies     : Two copies (original & duplicate)

10 Place at which tenders will be : If the Offer Submitted at ETPS:
   opened                           Office of the Superintending Engineer/ P&A/
                                    ETPS, Ennore, Chennai – 600 057

                                            If the Offer Submitted at O/O the
                                            CE/Mech/Thermal Station/Ch-2:
                                            O/O The Chief Engineer /Mech/Thermal Station,
                                            3rd floor , NPKRR Maaligai,
                                            144 Anna Salai, Chennai- 600 002.

11 Validity of offer                     : 180 days from the date of opening of tender

12 Cost of tender specification if : Rs. 10,000/-
   obtained    in person     (Non-   Rs. 100/- to be paid extra if the Tender
   refundable)                       documents are required by post.




NOTE:

1. The tender documents are available in the Tamil Nadu Electricity Board website
(http://www.tneb.org) & in Government of Tamil Nadu web site (www.tenders.tn.gov.in) and
the prospective bidders may get the specification by down loading from the web sites at free
of cost.


2. The demand draft / Banker‟s cheque towards the cost of specification shall be drawn in
favour of “SE/P&A/ETPS, Chennai – 57” if the Specification is obtained at ETPS and in favour
of “TNEB Collection Account” if the Specification is obtained at the O/o CE/Mech/Thermal
Station, Chennai-2.




                                                                 CHIEF ENGINEER/ETPS
                              INDEX

Sl.                    Description                 Page
No                                                  No.

1.    SECTION-I – EARNEST MONEY DEPOSIT             1


2.    SECTION-II-BID QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENT      3


3.    SECTION-III – REJECTION OF TENDERS            4


4.    SECTION-IV – INSTRUCTION TO BIDDERS           5


5.    SECTION- V – COMMERCIAL TERMS & CONDITIONS    13


6.    FORMATS (SCHEDULES)                          26-37
                                    SECTION-I
                           EARNEST MONEY DEPOSIT (EMD)

1) Tenderer should pay the specified amount towards Earnest Money Deposit (EMD) as
follows: Earnest Money Deposit: Rs.80,000/-.

2) The EMD specified above should be in the form of Demand Draft/Banker‟s Cheque for
the above amount from any of the Nationalised/Scheduled/Foreign Banks with branches in
India drawn in favour of “SE/P&A/ETPS, Chennai – 57” and payable at Chennai if the offer
is submitted at ETPS and in favour of “TNEB Collection Account” if the offer is submitted
at the O/o CE/Mech/Thermal Station, Chennai-2. The above Demand Draft/Banker‟s
cheque should be kept in the outer sealed cover or in „A‟ cover but not in „B‟ cover.

3) PEMD: (a) The tenderers who are having valid permanent EMD of Rs.10,00,000/- with
TNEB with Ennore Thermal Power Station from payment of EMD and are eligible to
participate in the tender.
b) Firms who have PEMD less than specified above are not eligible to participate on the
basis of the PEMD deposited by them even for lesser quantity and value.
c) If the tenderer desires to become a permanent EMD holder, he is advised to deposit
the required amount with the Board at Ennore Thermal Power Station as Permanent EMD
well in advance, obtain a certificate from the Deputy Financial Controller/ETPS and
enclose the copy of the same along with the tender offer as mentioned in clause-2 above.
d) The original PEMD certificate should be produced for verification on demand by the
purchaser if warranted.

4) The EMD will not carry any interest.

5) The EMD received from the unsuccessful tenderers will be refunded on finalization of
tender and on application for refund along with advanced stamped receipts.

6) Cheque or Bank Guarantee will not be accepted towards EMD and the tenders shall be
rejected if EMD is not paid in the prescribed manner.

7) The following categories of industries are exempted from payment of EMD:

i) The small Scale Industrial (SSI) Units located within the State and Registered with the
Tamil Nadu Small Industries Development Corporation or the National Small Industries
Corporation (NSIC),
ii) Holding Permanent Registration Certificate from the District Industries Centers of
Directorate of Industries and Commerce in respect of those items for which the
Registration Certificate has been obtained,
iii) Departments of the Govt. of TN and Undertakings and Corporations owned by the
Government of Tamil Nadu,
iv) Labour Contract Co-operative Societies, Tiny Industries classified under S.S.I.
registered with the State of TN and registration Certificate issued by the Department of
Industries and Commerce/Govt.of Tamil Nadu.
                                          ..2..
v) SSI Units located outside the State and such of these units registered with National
Small Industries Corporation in respect of the items manufactured by them are the only
categories of Institutions/ Industries exempted from the payment of EMD.

vi) Tenderers who have furnished Enterprenurs Memorandum Part-II and
acknowledgement issued by District Industries Centres concerned for the Enterprenurs
Memorandum Part-II for the materials tendered/services to provided.
NOTE: SSI units having provisional registration certificate are not eligible for EMD
Exemption.

8) (i) Those tenderers who are exempted from payment of EMD shall furnish
the audited attested copy of profit and loss account, Balance sheet along with
the proof for exemption from paying EMD in order to ensure the SSI status
based on the investment held in plant and machinery, In case the investment
held by them in plant and machinery as per their statement of Accounts
exceeds Rs.5 crores, the General Manager, District Industries Centre concerned
shall be requested to verify the SSI status of the firm. Till the receipt of
confirmation from GM/District Industries Centre concerned, the exemption
from paying EMD for SSI units shall not be extended.

(ii) Those tenderers who are exempted from payment of EMD shall furnish in lieu of EMD
an undertaking in a non-judicial Stamp paper of value not less than Rs.80/- in the form
as per Annexure-J to the effect to pay as penalty an amount equivalent to EMD or an
amount equal to the actual loss incurred whichever is less in the event of non-fulfillment
or non-observance of any of the conditions stipulated in the contract consequent to such
breach of contract. The State Govt.Public Sector Undertakings who are exempted from
payment of EMD should pay as penalty an amount equivalent to the amount fixed as
EMD in the event of non-fulfillment or non-observance of any of the conditions stipulated
in the contract. The authorized signatory shall offer his signature in all the stamp papers.

(iii) Tender will not be opened if the Undertaking is not signed /authenticated in all pages
of the Undertaking.
Note :Tenders received without this undertaking will not be opened.

9.     SSI Units registered within the State of TN shall enclose duly attested copy of their
Permanent Registration Certificate issued by District Industries Centre as SSI Unit or the
copy of valid registration certificate issued by NSIC for small scale industrial unit for
subject materials specifying capacity for which they are permitted to manufacture and
the period of validity of the certificate as proof of eligibility for exemption from payment of
EMD in sealed outer envelope as specified in Clause-2 above.

10.   Others viz.Central and other State         Govt Departments/ Undertakings and
Corporations other than those in TN shall have to pay EMD and Security Deposit.
11.   The Demand Draft / Banker's Cheque or the proof of exemption of EMD and an
undertaking in lieu of EMD or proof of Permanent EMD should be enclosed along with
tender offer either inside the sealed Outer cover (or) inside the Envelope „A‟ i.e. Techno-
Commercial Bid:.
                                           ..2(a)..

        If on opening the Outer cover and Envelope A, it is found that the above have
not been enclosed along with the tender, then their offer will be summarily rejected.

12.The EMD / Permanent EMD made by the tenderer will be forfeited if:

a) The tenderer withdraws his tender or backs out after acceptance.
b) The tenderer withdraws his tender before the expiry of validity period stipulated in the
Specification or fails to remit the Security Deposit.
c) The tenderer violated any of the provisions of these regulations contained herein.
d) The tenderer revises any of the terms quoted during the validity period.
f) In the event of the documents furnished with the offer being found to be bogus or the
documents contain false particulars, the EMD paid by the tenderers will be forfeited in
addition to blacklisting them for future tenders/contracts in TANGEDCO.
        In case of Tenderers participating on the strength of PEMD, an amount
equivalent to the EMD for this Specification will stand forfeited in the event of such
Tenderer committing any of the acts listed above.
                                       ..3..
                                 Section II
                     BID QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:

i)     The tenderer should have experience in manufacture, supply of rotor blades,
       rectification/ re-blading of Turbine blades or turbine rotor to Thermal Stations of
       TNEB/ PSU / Government Organisation/ SEBs in India for a value of not less
       than Rs.20,00,000/- (Rupees Twenty Lakhs) within a period of last ten years. A
       copy of P.O along with the copy of end user certificate for satisfactory
       performance of the turbine for one year should be enclosed for the above
       executed order. In case the bidder has executed P.O to TNEB, the end user
       certificate shall be obtained by the Tender Inviting Authority.
ii)    Annual turn over shall not be less than Rs. 20,00,000/- during any one of the
       previous three financial years ie during 2008-09, 2009-10 and 2010-11. Attested
       photo copies of Annual Audited Balance sheet duly certified by a Chartered
       Accountant for the concerned year should be enclosed as proof.
               The bidder can also furnish attested copy of Income tax return filed by
       the bidders / attested copy of STCC/ attested copy of Enlistment certificate
       issued by NSIC containing turn over details towards documentary evidence to
       meet Annual Turnover criteria.
iii)   Necessary documentary evidence in support of all the above requirement
       attested by a Gazetted officer or Notary Public shall necessarily be enclosed
       along with the offer. In case the tenderer being PSU, self attestation can be
       made.
iv)    The offers not satisfying the BQR will be summarily rejected.
                                            ..4..

                                         SECTION-III
                                 REJECTION OF TENDERS
i)    Tenders will be summarily rejected if
a)    EMD requirements are not complied with.
b)    Accompanied by inadequate PEMD.
c)    Not meeting the Bid Qualification Requirement.

ii)   Tender is liable for rejection if it is

a)    Not in the prescribed form and not containing all the required details.
b)    Not properly signed by the tenderer.
c)    Received after the expiry of the due date and time.
d)    Not in conformity with the Board‟s commercial terms and technical specifications.
e)    Received by telex or telegram or FA or E-mail.
f)    Received from the tenderer who is directly or indirectly connected with Government
      service or Board service or service of Local Authority.
g)    Received from the tenderer whose past performance / undertaking is not
      satisfactory.
h)    Received from the Black listed contractor or firm.
i)    With validity period less than that specified in the specification.
j)    From a tenderer who has indicated the price in the technical/commercial bid
      (Envelope „A)
K)    Not containing all required particulars as per SCHEDULES.
l)    Not covering the supply of equipments/materials with all accessories, stipulated the
      tender.
m)    Not in conformity with Board‟s technical specification and is not given as a
      complete system but only in part.
n)     If the bids received through consortium /joint venture firms, the same will not be
      considered.
o)    Received without superscription (such as Name, address, Specn. No. etc)
p)    Received from agents or dealers without authorization from Manufacturers.
q)    Tenderers who submit their tenders at both the tender opening venues viz. at ETPS
      and in O/o CE/M/TS/Ch-2.
                                           ..5..

                                      SECTION-IV
                             INSTRUCTION TO BIDDERS
1.0.   GENERAL:
Sealed Tenders in duplicate are invited against the “Tender Specification No:CE/ETPS/CE-
2822 / 2011-12 ” for the Manufacture and Supply of LP rotor 2 & 2A stage moving
blades and rectification and reblading of LP rotor for 110 MW TG set to Ennore
Thermal Power Station so as to reach the Office of the Superintending Engineer/ P&A
Ennore Thermal Power Station, Ennore, Chennai         600 057 if the offer is submitted at
ETPS (or) Office of the CE/Mech./Thermal Stations, Ch-2 if the offer is submitted at the
O/o CE/Mech/Thermal Stations not later than 14.00Hrs on 10.06.2011.

2.0. TENDERING PROCEDURE:
2.1. Tender should be furnished in sealed double covers. Envelope „A‟ and Envelope „B‟
must be sealed separately and put in an outer cover. Demand draft /Banker‟s cheque
towards EMD or proof of PEMD or proof of exemption from payment of EMD and
undertaking in lieu of EMD shall be kept in the outer cover or in cover “A”. The outer
cover should then be sealed superscribing “Tender for the Manufacture and Supply
of new LP rotor 2 & 2A stage moving blades and rectification and reblading of
LP rotor for 110 MW TG set Specn.No. CE/ETPS/CE-           /2011-12, due on    .2011.”
The offer should be addressed to
If the Offer Submitted at ETPS:
Office of the Superintending Engineer/ P&A/ ETPS, Ennore, Chennai – 600 057
If the Offer Submitted at O/O the CE/Mech/Thermal Station/Ch-2:
O/O The Chief Engineer /Mech/Thermal Station,
3rd floor , NPKRR Maaligai,
144 Anna Salai, Chennai- 600 002.

2.2. The sealed outer cover shall be sent by Registered Post or handed over in person or
Courier, superscribed as indicated in clause 2.1 above.

2.3. The sealed Envelopes A and B shall contain the following:-

Envelope – A:
   a) Commercial and Technical bids.
   b) Documentary evidence in support of Bid Qualification Requirement as per Section II
   c) Any other information called for in the specification other than price.

Envelope – B: The PRICE BID (as per Schedule – „A‟ of Section VII).

2.4. The words „Envelope A – Techno Commercial Bid‟ and „Envelope B – Price Bid‟ shall
be clearly written on the respective covers to avoid accidental opening of Price bid during
tender opening.
2.5. The Demand Draft or Banker‟s Cheque in respect of EMD or copy of the PEMD
certificate issued or proof of exemption from payment of EMD and undertaking in lieu of
EMD shall be placed in the outer sealed cover or inside the envelope „A‟ (ie Techno
commercial bid).
                                                                ..6..
2.6. Offers not satisfying the above requirements will be summarily rejected. The outer
cover should be addressed to
If the Offer Submitted at ETPS:
Office of the Superintending Engineer/ P&A/ ETPS, Ennore, Chennai – 600 057
If the Offer Submitted at O/O the CE/Mech/Therm. Station/Ch-2:
O/O The Chief Engineer /Mech/Thermal Station,
3rd floor , NPKRR Maaligai,
144 Anna Salai, Chennai- 600 002.
and reach the office not later than 14.00 Hrs. on the due date.

2.7. The tender will be opened at 14.00 Hrs. on the due date. The due date and time of
opening of price bids (Envelope – B) shall be intimated to the qualified tenderers later.

2.8. Bidder‟s address shall be clearly indicated on the outer cover. Tenderer shall quote
the Permanent Account Number (PAN) in their tenderes and other related documents.

2.9. PLEASE NOTE THAT:
 a) Tenders delivered in person/courier shall be handed over to the Executive Assistant to
Superintending Engineer/ P&A Ennore Thermal Power Station, Ennore, Chennai 600 057,
If the tenderer wish to submit his offer at ETPS (or) to the Executive Assistant to Chief
Engineer /Mechanical/Thermal Station, Chennai-2, If the tenderer wish to submit his offer
at O/o CE/Mech/Thermal Stations, Chennai-2, before the due date and time.

b) Tender will not be accepted after the due date and time.

c) Tenders received by post after the prescribed time and date will be immediately
returned to the tenderer.

d) Tenderers sending their tenders by post are advised to send them sufficiently well in
advance so that the tenders reach the office of the Office of the Superintending
Engineer/ P&A/ ETPS, Ennore, Chennai – 600 057, on or before 14.00 Hrs. on the due
date if the tenderer wish to submit his offer at ETPS (or) to the office of the Chief
Engineer/Mechanical/Thermal Stations/144, Anna Salai, Chennai-2, if the tenderer wish to
submit his offer at O/o CE/Mech/Thermal Stations, Chennai-2. on or before 14.00 Hrs. on
the due date. Tenders though posted in time but delayed in transit by post will not be
considered, if received late.

e) Tenders as well as the enclosures thereof shall be submitted in duplicate and all the
two copies shall be identical. In submitting the tender, the schedule of price and other
particulars required shall be furnished as per the format contained in the specification.

f) All information in the bid shall be in ENGLISH only. All corrections, over typing etc. in
the tender should be attested.

g) The tenderers are requested to furnish the exact locations of their office with details of
address in their tenders to enable inspection by the Board, if considered necessary. Any
change in Name/Address/Location shall be intimated immediately.

h) Cost of specification is Nil if downloaded from the TNEB/Government of TN website.
                               …7…
3.0. MODIFICATIONS/CLARIFICATIONS TO TENDER DOCUMENTS:

3.1. At any time after issue of the tender documents and before the opening of the
tender, the Board may make any changes, modifications or amendments to the tender
documents and shall send information of such change to all those who have purchased
the tender documents.

3.2 All corrections, over typing, etc. in the tender should be attested.

3.3 The offer shall be furnished as per the price schedule enclosed to this Specification
only. Offers furnished in the other formats are liable for rejection.

3.4 Tenders are advised to peruse all clauses in the specification and instructions to
tenderers before quoting.

3.5 If the tenderer has any doubt about the meaning of any portion of this specification,
he should at once submit particulars so that it is received by the Superintending
Engineer/P&A/Ennore Thermal Power Station/Ennore/Chennai – 57, 48 hours before
opening of this tender.

3.6 The tender shall be clearly outlined in the Schedule of deviations enclosed in the
Schedules failing which the offer will be deemed to confirm fully with the Technical
specification and General terms & Conditions.

4.0. OPENING OF TENDER:

4.1. The tenders will be opened at the Office of the Superintending Engineer/ P&A/Ennore
Thermal Power Station/Ennore/Chennai – 57, if the Offer is submitted at ETPS (or) at the
O/o CE/Mech./Thermal Stations, Ch-2, if the Offer is              submitted at the O/o
CE/Mech./Thermal Stations, Ch-2 on the due date and time prescribed in the presence of
such of those tenderers who may desire to be present. If the due date for tender opening
happens to be a holiday, the tenders will be opened on the succeeding working day.
4.2. The individuals attending the opening of tenders should be duly authorized by the
firms participating in the tender.
4.3. The Outer Cover and Envelope-A will be opened on the specified due date of
opening. If the bidder indicates the price in Envelope-A the bid will not be read out and
will be rejected.
4.4. The due date and time of opening of Envelope - B shall be
intimated later to the qualified tenderers.

5.0.   RIGHTS TO THE BOARD:

5.1 After negotiation with the tenderer and before passing the order accepting a tender,
if the Tender Accepting Authority decides that the price quoted by the tenderer is high,
the tender is liable for rejection.
                                         ..8..
5.2 Not to accept the lowest or any tender without assigning any reason.

5.3 To divide, split and award orders to one or more suppliers for the item covered by
this specification.

5.4 Not withstanding anything contained in this specification, the Board reserves the
rights :-

i) To Relax or waive any of the conditions stipulated in the tender specification as deemed
necessary in the best interest of the Board for good and sufficient reasons.

ii) Revise the quantity of materials and delivery schedule of any or all the items covered
by this enquiry during the pendency of the contract.

iii) Cancel the order for not keeping up the delivery schedule.


5.5 The purchaser reserves the right to request for any additional information and also
reserves the right to reject or accept the proposal of any tenderer, if in the opinion of the
purchaser, the qualification data is incomplete or in the opinion of the Board the bidder is
found not qualified to satisfactorily perform the contract.

5.6 To recover losses, if any, sustained by the Board, from the supplier who pleads their
inability to supply and backs out of his obligation after award of contract. The Security
Deposit paid shall be forfeited.

5.7 To vary the finally ordered additional quantity to the extent of 25% either way of the
requirement indicated in the tender document if necessary during the pendancy of the
contract.

6.ANALYSIS OF TENDERERS :

EVALUATION AND COMPARISON OF TENDER OFFERS:

6.1   The bid evaluation shall be done as per Tamil Nadu Transparency in Tender Act
1998 and Tamil Nadu Transparency in Tender Rules 2000.

6.2    The Evaluation shall include cost of material & work portion, all central duties such
as customs duty and central excise duty/TNVAT, freight, insurance, packing, forwarding
charges, service tax, WCT, etc.,. As the price is all inclusive, no increase in levies will be
considered. The evaluation will include all taxes and duties such as Excise duty, Freight,
Insurance, Packing charges etc., wherever applicable, but shall exclude TNVAT alone, if
the tenderers are from other states and Tamil Nadu. Otherwise all inclusive price will be
taken in to account for evaluation purpose.
                                            ..9..
6.3 The stipulation no increase in price will be considered is not applicable to
decrease/increase in taxes due to statutory variation on Excise Duty, Sales Tax, VAT etc.
But, if the tenderer comes in to different tax slab and therefore has to pay higher taxes,
they alone will have to absorb it.

6.4     You are therefore requested to give break up for ED, ST, VAT etc., adopted by you
in the offer or in the quoted rate and these rates will form the basis for regulating the
variation in statutory levies subsequent to the opening of the tender.

6.5 In case of discrepancy between the prices quoted in words and figures, the lower of
the two shall be considered. The tenders with quoted price only in figure are liable for
rejection.

6.6 The quoted prices shall be corrected for arithmetical errors.

6.7 (i) The evalution and comparision shall include 15% price preference for domestic
Small Scale Industrial units and 10% price preference for the public sector undertakings
of Government of TN in respect of products and quantities manufactured by them. The
price preference will be given on the evaluated price excluding Sales Tax of the lowest
tenderer.
(ii) As such, the tenderer who have become evaluated L1 tenderer on account of price
preference extended in evaluation shall be asked for reducing the price atleast to the level
of price quoted by the original L1 tenderer,
(iii) The local SSI tenderers shall be eligible for placement of supply/procurement orders
only when they reduce the price as above and in case they are not willing for reduction as
above the original L1 tenderer shall be considered for placement of order the entire
tendered quantity. However if the local SSI units agree to match the original L1 rate the
Board will continue to follow the existing practice of giving supply orders to the extent of
20% of the tendered quantity to the original L1 tenderers. which has also been accepted
by the Local SSI tenderers.

Note: Incase the investment held by the tenderer in Plant and Machinery as per
their financial statement of accounts exceeds Rs.5 Crores , the General
Manager , District Industries Centre concerned shall be requested to verify the
SSI status of the firm . Till receipt of confirmation from General Manager,
District Industries Centre concerned , the exemption from paying EMD for SSI
Units and also to extend the privilege of price preference of 15% and purchase
preference for Domestic SSI shall not be extended.

7.0.   VALIDITY OF TENDERS:

   Tenders should be valid for acceptance for a period of at least 180 days from the date
of tender opening. However, the tenderer shall keep his offer open till such time his
tender is either accepted or rejected by the Board/Competent Authority. Any extension
thereof should also be given if requested by TNEB without revision of prices and terms.
                                           ..10..
8.0. DEVIATIONS:

8.1:     Offers which conform to the specification without deviations will be preferred.
However , the deviations if any either in the technical terms or in the commercial terms of
the tender specification shall be indicated in the schedule “B & C” only. Any other
deviation mentioned elsewhere other than the schedule “B & C” will be ignored and it will
be construed that the offer is as per specification and evaluation will be done accordingly.
8.2: Tender offers with deviations in commercial and technical terms of the specification
which could not be accepted by Board and will be liable for rejection.

9.0 LOCATIONS :

     The tenderers are requested to furnish the exact locations of their office with details
of address in their tenders to enable inspection by the Board, if considered necessary.

10.0 MOST RESPONSIVE OFFER:
      The tender offers accepting all commercial terms of the specification will be treated
as most responsive offer.

11.0 POTENTIALLY SICK UNIT:
     The tenderer may clearly indicate in their offer whether the company is a potentially
sick industrial company or a sick industrial company in terms of sec.23 or sec.15 of sick
industrial companies special provision Act 1985. Failure to supply this information will make
the tender liable for rejection.

12.0 APPEAL:
      Any tenderer aggrieved by the order passed by the Tender accepting Authority under
Section-10 of the Tamil Nadu Transparency in Tenders Act 1998 may appeal to the
Government within 10 (Ten) days from the date of receipt of order.

13..0: INFORMATION REQUIRED AND CLARIFICATIONS
13.1:        To assist in the examination, evaluation and comparison of tender offers,
the Board may, at its discretion, ask the tenderer for a clarification of his offers. All the
responses to requests for clarification shall be in writing and to the point only.

13.2:       The Board will examine the tender offers to determine whether they are
complete, whether any computational errors have been made, whether the documents
have been properly signed and whether the offers are generally in order.

13.3:        Prior to the detailed evaluation, the Board will determine the substantial
responsiveness of each offer to the bidding documents. A substantially responsive offer is
one which conforms to all the terms and conditions of the specification without any
deviation.
                                                             ..11..
13.4:         The tender offers shall be deemed to be under consideration immediately
after they are opened and until such time official intimation of award / rejection is made
by the Board to the tenderers. While the offers are under consideration, tenderers and/ or
their representatives or other interested parties are advised to refrain from contacting by
any means, the Board and / or Board‟s employees / representatives on matters related to
the offers under consideration. Attempt by any tenderer to bring extraneous pressures on
the Tender Accepting Authority shall be sufficient reason to disqualify the tenderer as per
Tamil Nadu Transparency in Tender Rules 2000 Sec. 27.3

13.5:          Mere submission of any tender offer connected with these documents and
specification shall not constitute any agreement. The tenderer shall have no cause of
action or claim, against the Board for rejection of his offer. The Board shall always be at
liberty to reject or accept any offer or offers at its sole discretion and any such action will
not be called into question and the tenderer shall have no claim in that regard against the
Board.

13.6:        At any time after issue of tender documents and before the opening of the
tender, the Board may make any changes, modification or amendments to the tender
documents and shall send information of such change to all those who have purchased
the tender documents.

13.7:         All corrections, over typing etc., in the tender should be attested.

13.8:          The offer shall be furnished as per the price schedule enclosed to this
specification only. Offers furnished in other formats are liable for rejection.

13.9:          Tenderers are advised to peruse all the clauses in the specification and
instructions to tenderers before quoting.

13.10:        If a tenderer has any doubt about the meaning of any of the clauses in the
specification, he is advised to seek clarification on the same from the SE /
Betterment/Thermal, IIIrd Floor, NPKRR Maaligai,144, Anna Salai, Chennai – 600 002

13.11:       The clarification if any sought for by the tenderer before 48 hours of the
opening of the tender will be replied to.

13.12: Any and all the exceptions which the bidder may take to any of the clauses with
specification shall be clearly outlined in the schedule of deviation as enclosed in the
schedules B & C failing which the offer will be deemed to confirm fully with the
Specification and general terms and conditions.

14.0. SCHEDULES AND ANNEXURES:

    The following Schedules and Annexures are enclosed with the specification for
reference and fill up wherever necessary. The tenderer shall furnish all the required
details without fail as per the schedules enclosed.
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a)    ANNEXURES: Section-VI : Technical specification

b)    SCHEDULES (Section VII):

Schedule   A        :     Price.
Schedule   B        :     Deviation from Technical Specification
Schedule   C        :     Deviation from Commercial Terms
Schedule   D        :     Past Performance details.
Schedule   E        :     Undertaking for Payment of Dues to TNEB
Schedule   F        :     Undertaking for Legal Proceedings Jurisdiction
Schedule   G        :     Tender Form
Schedule   H        :     Bank Guarantee for Security deposit
Schedule   I        :     Bank Guarantee for Performance
Schedule   J        :     Undertaking in lieu of payment of EMD


15.0. IMPORTANT NOTE:

               Please note that NO ALTERNATE OFFER WILL BE ACCEPTED
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                                 SECTION-V
                      COMMERCIAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
1.0. GENERAL:
Ennore thermal Power Station of 450 MW capacity is located at 15 kms from Chennai. It
is well connected by road and rail.
2.0. SCOPE :
     The scope of supply of materials shall be as detailed in SECTION VI of this
specification ie. Manufacture and Supply of LP rotor 2 & 2A stage moving blades
and rectification and reblading of LP rotor for 110 MW TG set.

3.0 PLACING OF ORDERS ON PURCHASE ORDER BASIS:
      It is not binding on the Board to accept the lowest or any tender. The Board reserves
the right to split and place orders for the items with different tenderers and for revising
the quantities at the time of placing the orders. The Board reserves the right to vary the
quantity finally ordered to the extent of 25% either way of the requirement indicated in
the tender documents.
     The award of order will be issued to the successful tenderer with all Board's terms
and conditions, duly indicating the approved unit rates and the approximate quantity
allotted to them.

4.0 PRICE:
4.1 The Tenderers are requested to quote only FIRM Price in Indian Rupees valid for the
entire duration of contract.

4.2 The prices quoted should have the split up details like Ex-works price, Excise Duty,
Education cess on E.D. Central Sales tax/TNVAT , Packing and Forwarding, Freight and
Insurance charges to cover transit risk, delivery at site. A format for price is given in
Schedule `A‟.

4.3    It is the responsibility of the tenderer to make sure about the correct rates of
duty/tax leviable on the materials at the time of tendering. If the rates assumed by the
Tenderers are less than the rates prevailing at the time of tendering, the Board will not be
responsible for the mistake. If the rates assumed by the tenderer are greater than the
rates prevailing at the time of tendering the difference will be to the credit of the Board.
Excise duty is admissible only on Ex-works plus primary P&F charges. E.D. including
education cess are not applicable on Freight and Insurance.

4.4 The tenderer should quote their rates taking into account the Excise Duty/ Central
Sales tax/TN VAT relief available to them on account of duty paid for procurement of raw
materials under MODVAT/CENVAT Scheme.

4.5  Also a certificate to the effect that the tenderers have taken into account
MODVAT/CENVAT Credit while quoting prices shall be given.
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4.6 The tenderers are requested to quote price after taking into account all discounts.
The price quoted is subject to variation due to the change in the above base price of raw
materials.
4.7 All tests specified shall be conducted at TENDERER'S COST.

5.0   CENTRAL SALES TAX/TN VAT

5.1 The Central Sales Tax/TNVAT will be paid extra as applicable. The amount of
Central Sales Tax /TNVAT and percentage payable shall be indicated separately in the
tender offer. Central SalesTax /TNVAT is not applicable to Freight and Insurance charges.

5.2 As per Sl.No. 305 of Annexure to TN VAT Act 2006 sale of any goods except petrol,
diesel and Cement sold to TANGEDCO for use in Generation, Transmission and
Distribution of Electrical Energy will attract TNVAT @ 4% as per G.O. Ms. No.31,
commercial Tax (B2), dt.27.03.2002.
5.4 Appropriate Sales Tax, if any found admissible, will be paid over and above the
purchase price in accordance with the provisions of the relevant Sales Tax Act in force.

5.3 Provided always, it is hereby agreed and declared that in case, where the Board has
doubt whether Sales Tax is not at all payable for the transaction in question, the Board
reserves the right to with-hold the payment of tax until the party produces an order of
Court of competent jurisdiction, declaring the liability of transaction to sales tax.
Concessional rate of Sales Tax if any shall be taken into account and included in the price
quoted giving proof thereof.

5.4 In case of delayed delivery, the Central Sales tax/TNVAT prevailing on the date of
dispatch or on the last day of the contractual delivery period whichever is LESS will be
admitted. For both the cases the supplier shall furnish documentary evidence while
submitting the bills for payment

5.5 Any statutory variation on taxes and duties rates declared by the central Government
or Tamil Nadu Government made during the tenure of the contract will be borne by the
Purchaser. However any increase in the duties and taxes beyond the contractual period
shall be to the bidders Account.

5.6 The following certificates have to be furnished for admittance of claim of Sales Tax:
    Certified that the transaction in which the Central Sales Tax /TNVAT has been
claimed and has been/will be included in the return submitted/to be submitted to the
Central Sales Tax /TNVAT authorities for assessment of the Central Sales Tax /TNVAT and
the amount of Central Sales Tax/TNVAT claimed from the purchaser has been/will be
paid to the Sales Tax Authorities.
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    Certified that the goods on which the Central /TNVAT Sales Tax has been charged
have not been exempted under C.S.T. Act or TNVAT and the rules made thereunder and
the charges on account of Central Sales Tax /TNVAT on these goods are correct, under
provisions of relevant Act or rules made thereunder.
       Certified that we shall indemnify the Board, in case it is found at a later date that
wrong / incorrect or excess payment has been recouped on account of Central Sales
Tax/TNVAT paid by us.
    Certified that we are registered as dealer under the Central Sales Tax Act and our
Registration No. is …….. and under TNVAT Act 2006 and our Registration No. is……..
    Certified that TNVAT credit availed by me has been taken into account in the rates
quoted.
6.0    EXCISE DUTY:
6.1. It is the responsibility of the tenderer to make sure about the correct rates of duty
leviable on the material at the time of tendering. If the rate assumed by the tenderer are
less than the current rates prevailing at the time of tendering, the Board will not be
responsible for the mistake. If the rates assumed by the tenderer are higher than the
current rates prevailing at the time of tendering, the Excise Duty prevailing at the time of
tendering will only be paid.

6.2. Any increase in Excise Duty consequent to the suppliers coming into different duty
slab during the execution of the contract shall have to be taken into account and the All-
inclusive FIRM Price shall be quoted accordingly by the tenderers. No claim for increase in
the above respect will be admitted. Any variation in Excise Duty due to statutory variation
within the contract delivery schedule alone be considered.

6.3. In case of delayed delivery, the Excise Duty prevailed on the date of actual delivery
or the Excise Duty applicable on the date of contractual date of delivery whichever is less
shall be admitted.

6.4. Authentic Invoice containing the details viz. Central Excise, Registration No., etc.
Date and time of removal of goods, debit entry duly authenticated by authorised
signatory shall be produced for claim of ED for all items manufactured by the tender.

6.5 The tenderer who have quoted ED as NIL and in the event of placement of order on
such tenderer against this specification where the value of order is above Rs.150 lakhs,
such tenderer shall furnish an Undertaking to the effect that ED commitment account of
crossing the turnover slab will be discharged to ED Authorities and that the Board shall
not be responsible for any ED evasion by the tenderer in respect of this transaction.

7.0    INSURANCE:
7.1.      Contracting firms shall arrange insurance for materials being supplied by them,
through any of the Nationalised Insurance Companies. The material shall be insured to
cover transport. The damages, if any, during transit will be reported within 30 days of
receipt of materials. It will be the responsibility of the successful tenderer to replace the
defective/damaged materials and make good the shortages and other losses in transit,
free of cost, lodge and recover claim from Insurance, Under-writers/Carriers.
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8.0     PACKING AND FORWARDING:
      The equipment and all its accessories shall be securely packed so as to withstand
handling during transport & subsequent storage and despatched, freight paid, duly
insured, at successful tenderer‟s risk and cost. The packing may be in accordance with
the manufacturer‟s standard practice.        The successful tenderer is responsible for
ascertaining the facilities that exist for Road Transport to site. Each package shall be
clearly marked and contain detailed packing list, such as gross weight, net weight etc.
The successful tenderer is solely responsible for any loss or damage during transport.
The despatch of materials shall be made only after the approval of test certificates by the
Board. The equipment/ materials shall be unloaded at Destination Site by the successful
tenderer free of cost. Proper instructions for storage at site may also be furnished to the
consignee well in advance.
 9.0 PAYMENT:
9.1 Payments will not be made for equipments/materials damaged during transit. All
defective materials shall be replaced by the successful tenderer free of charge.
9.2. Payments for the supplies will be made by Cheque on any one of the Nationalised
Banks/Scheduled Banks approved by Reserve Bank of India, in Tamil Nadu. The bank
charges involved in making the payment will be to the account of the Tenderer.
a) For the materials delivered within the contractual delivery period :
Manufacture & Supply:
i) 85% payment of the supply portion within reasonable time on receipt of materials at
site in good condition.
ii) 10% of the supply portion after satisfactory Erection, performance testing, and
handing over of the system and submission of performance Bank Guarantee.
iii)5% of the supply portion within reasonable time after satisfactory completion and
closure of Purchase order.
(b) For the materials delivered beyond the contractual delivery period:
i)85% payment of the supply portion within reasonable time on receipt of materials at site
in good condition after deduction of the applicable liquidated damages for the entire
scope of the work (supply, erection and Commissioning) if any for delay.
ii)10% of the supply portion within reasonable time after satisfactory            Erection,
performance testing, submission of performance Bank guarantee and handing over of
the system.
iii) 5% of the supply portion within reasonable time after closure of purchase order.
Rectification & Reblading :
a) For the materials delivered within the contractual delivery period :i) 95%
payment of the erection portion within reasonable time on completion of Erection &
Commissioning, performance testing and handing over the system in all respects.
ii) 5% of the erection portion within reasonable time after satisfactory completion and
closure of Purchase order which ever is later.
(b) For the materials delivered beyond the contractual delivery period:
i) 95% payment of the erection portion within reasonable time on completion of erection
& Commissioning, performance testing and handing over the system in all respects after
deduction of the applicable liquidated damages for the entire scope of the work (supply,
erection and Commissioning ) if any for delay.
ii) 5% of the erection portion within reasonable time after satisfactory completion and
closure of Purchase order which ever is later.
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9.3 In cases of delay in supply, the materials will be accepted subject to the following
conditions:
(a) There should be no declining trend in prices.
(b) Payment will be released as per the recent purchase order rates or lowest rates
obtained during the recent tenders opened subject to levy of liquidated damages for
belated supplies.

c)     Board reserves the right to accept or reject the delayed supplies
without assigning any reason therefore and take action as per the other terms and
conditions of this specification

9.4     The bills for payment will be passed only after the approval/ acceptance of the
following:
    (a) Security Deposit
    (b) Sales tax/VAT Clearance Certificate.
    (c) Test Certificate & Guarantee Certificate.
    (d) Performance Bank Guarantee for 5% value of the order.

9.5     The supplier should despatch only after getting despatch instruction.     If the
supplier despatches the materials without the prior approval of the purchaser, then the
purchaser shall not be responsible for any demurrage or wharfage or both and only the
supplier should bear any expenditure arising out of such unapproved despatches.

9.6 The purchase order will be closed on completion of supply as PO terms & conditions.
9.7 FOR DELAY IN PAYMENTS, BOARD WILL NOT PAY ANY INTEREST ON ANY ACCOUNT.

10.0. SECURITY DEPOSIT :
10.1. The Successful tenderer will have to furnish 5% of order value (All-inclusive price)
as   Security Deposit (including Earnest Money Deposit remitted) in the form of DD /
Banker's Cheque / irrevocable Bank Guarantee.

    Note i) The Security Deposit shall be in the form of Demand Draft / Banker's cheque
only for the value of P.O. up to Rs.10 lakhs.
          ii) The Security Deposit shall be in the form of Demand Draft / Banker‟s Cheque/
Irrevocable Bank Guarantee only in case P.O. value exceeds Rs.10 lakhs.

10.2.    The successful tenderer will have to furnish the Security Deposit within 15 days
from the date of receipt of award of contract. The security deposit will not carry any
interest. The Board also reserves the right to accept the belated payment of security
deposit by levying penal interest at the rate of 22% p.a. from the date of expiry of 15
days time limit till the date of receipt of actual payment of Security Deposit.

10.3. Failure to comply with the terms regarding Security Deposit set out in the contract
order within the stipulated time by the successful tenderer will entail in the cancellation
of the contract without any further reference to the supplier.
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10.4. The Security Deposit will be refunded to the supplier only if the contract is
completed to the satisfaction of the purchaser. If the purchaser incurs any loss or
damages on account of breach of any of the clauses or any other amount arising out of
the contract becomes payable by the supplier to the purchaser , then the purchaser will
in addition to such other dues that he shall have under law , appropriate the whole or
part of the security deposit and such amount that is appropriated will not be refunded to
the supplier.
10.5. The Security Deposit will be released on completion of supply ordered.
10.6 When there is delay in supply, the Bank guarantee towards SD shall be got
extended suitably.
10.7 No tenderer is exempted from payment of Security Deposit

11.0. DELIVERY :
11.1. Within two Months. Delivery for supply and Erection to be specified separately.
11.2. The Board reserves the right to alter the delivery date on the lesser side to suit its
needs, as and when necessities arises, during the pendency of the contract.

11.3.    If supplies to be rendered against the contract are made by the supplier beyond
the period of delivery stipulated in the contract and they are accepted by the Board, such
acceptance is without prejudice to Board's right to levy liquidated damages for the delay
in supply as per the liquidated damages clause. The Board will also be at liberty to cancel
the order, if the supply is not completed within the stipulated delivery period not
withstanding its rights to claim liquidated damages for the belated supplies and quantity
outstanding to be supplied as on the date of cancellation.

11.4. To ensure sustained supply with out any interruption, TNEB reserves the right to
place orders among more than one tenderer.

11.5. The Board will be at liberty to cancel the contract if the supply is not made as
per the delivery schedule specified in the P.O., not withstanding its right to claim
liquidated damages for the belated supplies and the quantity outstanding to be supplied
as on the date of cancellation. The defaulting contractors will be liable to pay to the
Board in addition to the liquidated damages for delay, the actual difference in price
whenever the Board orders the delayed quantity to be supplied / executed by other
agencies at higher rate.

11.6 The actual date of receipt of each material will be reckoned as the date of delivery
for the purpose of calculation of liquidated damages in respect of that material.

11.7.    It is the responsibility of the supplier to give 15 days advance information for
inspection, despatch of materials and other obligations under the terms and conditions of
this contract in order to deliver the units within the contractual delivery period quoted
/agreed.

11.8. The delivery period will not normally be extended. Hence all efforts shall be taken
to deliver the materials within the contractual delivery period.
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12.0 DESPATCH:
The materials may be delivered to Chief Stores Officer/ ETPS, Ch-57 under intimation to
Superintending Engineer/P & A, ETPS, Ennore , Chennai-57.

13.0. INSPECTION:
The Board will arrange to inspect the material during the process of manufacture and the
finished product by deputing the Board Engineers fixed by Board and the cost towards the
same will be borne by Board. Intimation regarding readiness of THE MATERIAL shall be
given to this office. You should provide necessary facilities for such inspection. Inspection
Call should be given within the Contractual/delivery period and the time taken for
inspection by the Board will be excluded from the delivery period.
All necessary tests as per relevant specifications shall be carried out in the presence of
Board‟s representative. After completion of inspection relevant test certificates shall be
submitted to this office in triplicate for approval.

14.0 LIQUIDATED DAMAGES(LD):
The delivery as specified should be guaranteed by the supplier under the liquidated
damages clause given below:
If the supplier fails to deliver the material within the time specified in the Delivery
Schedule of P.O. or any extension thereof, the purchaser shall recover from the supplier
as liquidated damages, a sum of HALF PERCENT (0.5%) of the contract price of the
undelivered materials for each completed week of delay. The total liquidated damages
shall not exceed TEN PERCENT (10%) of the contract price of the materials so delayed.
If supplies to be rendered are made by the supplier beyond the above period and if they
are accepted by the Board, such acceptance is without prejudice to Board‟s right to levy
liquidated damages for the delay in supply.
If the ordered materials are not delivered, the purchaser shall recover from the supplier,
as liquidated damages, a maximum of TEN PERCENT (10%) of the contract price of the
materials undelivered, and for the works incomplete.
The suppliers are liable to pay the amount of loss sustained by the Board in the event of
non-execution of orders, if any placed on them either in full or part to the satisfaction of
the Board under the terms of conditions of contract and in the event of placing orders for
such quantities on some others at a higher price.
In respect of contracts where supply effected in part could not be beneficially used by the
BOARD (due to non-completion of supply), Liquidated Damages should be worked out on
the basis of entire contract price only, not on the value of delayed portion.

15.0 FORCE MAJEURE:
If at any time, during the continuance of the contract, the performance in whole or in
part, in any obligation under this contract, shall be prevented or delayed by reasons of
any war, hostility, acts of public enemy, acts of civil commotion, strikes, lockouts,
sabotages, fires, floods, explosions, epidemics, quarantine restrictions or other acts of God
(herein after referred to as eventualities) then, provided notice of the happening of any
such eventuality is given by the tenderer to the Board within 15 days from the date of
occurrence thereof, neither party shall, by reasons of such eventuality, be entitled to such
non-performance or delay in performance and deliveries under this contract, shall be
resumed as soon as practicable after such eventuality has come to an end or ceased to
exit.
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Provided that if the performance in whole or part by the supplier on any obligation under
this contract is prevented or delayed by reasons of any eventuality for a period exceeding
60 days, the Board may at its option terminate this contract by a notice in writing.

16.0. GUARANTEE:

The materials supplied by the tenderer shall be guaranteed for satisfactory operation for a
period of 18 months from the date of supply or 12 months from the date of utilisation
whichever is later subject to an overall guarantee for 24 months. If during the above
period any of materials supplied by the tenderer are found defective in material or
workmanship, the same will be rectified or replaced by the tenderer at destination free of
charge. The defective materials have to be taken back by the tenderer at his own cost
and risk.

17.0. TEST CERTIFICATE :
Test Certificate shall be furnished. The successful tenderer whenever it is required shall
furnish test certificate in triplicate as per the latest issues of relevant ISS /OSS or
continental standards or as per the manufacturers standard practice as the case may be
to the SE/ P & A/ ETPS for scrutiny and approval. The material will be rejected if the test
results are not satisfactory.

18.0. LOSS OR DAMAGES:
              You are responsible for the safe delivery of the equipments/materials at
destination.
              External damage and/or shortages that are prima facie the results of rough/
handling in transit or due to defective packing will be intimated within a month of the
receipt of the material at site. Internal defects, damages or shortages of any integral
parts which cannot be ordinarily be detected on a superficial visual examination though
due to bad handling in transit or defective packing would be intimated within 2 months
from the date of receipt of the articles. In any case the defective materials should be
replaced by you at free of cost.
                For all legal purposes the materials shall be deemed to pass into the
Board‟s ownership at the destination Railway Station where they are delivered and
accepted.
               In the event of supplies being received damaged or short at the distination
station, the cost of such materials railway freight, Sales Tax (If payable) and Insurance
premium and other charges payable thereof will be paid only proportionate to the values
of the materials received in good condition, unless the damaged goods of short supplies
are made good free of cost by you.

19.0. DEFECTIVE SUPPLIES:
               If during the period of supply, it is found that goods already supplied are
defective in materials or workmanship or do not conform to this Specification or
unsuitable for the purpose for which they are purchased, then it will be open to the
purchaser either to reject the goods and repudiate the entire contract and claim such loss
that the purchaser may suffer or request the contractor for the replacement of defective
goods free of cost.
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Similarly if during the 12 months subsequent to the date of receipt of the goods, any of
the goods are found to be defective in materials or workmanship or do not conform to
Specification or unsuitable for the purpose for which they are purchased, it will be open to
the purchaser either to repudiate the entire contract and claim damages or accept such
part of the goods that are satisfactory and request the contractor to replace the balance
or pay compensation to the extend of the loss substained by the purchaser on that
account.
20.0. RESPONSIBILITY:
        The Tenderer is responsible for delivery of the materials at the destination station
in good condition. The tenderer shall include and provide for securely protecting and
packing the materials as per relevant packing standards to avoid damages or loss in
transit. All risks connected with the supply of these materials should be borne by the
supplier.
21.0. FAILURE TO EXECUTE THE CONTRACT:
      Contractors failing to execute the order placed on them to the satisfaction of the
Board under the terms and conditions setforth therein, will be liable to make good the loss
sustained by the Board, consequent to the placing of fresh orders elsewhere at higher
rate, i.e. the difference between the price accepted in the contract already entered into
and the price at which fresh orders have been placed. This is without prejudice to the
imposition of penalty under the Liquidated Damages clause.

22.0. NON-ASSIGNMENT:
     The supplier shall not assign or transfer the contract or any part thereof without the
prior approval of the Purchaser.

23.0. EFFECTING OF RECOVERIES:
    Any loss, arising due to non-fulfillment of this contract or any other contract, will be
recovered from the Security Deposit held and / or any other amount due to the supplier
from the Board from this Contract as well as from other contracts.

24.0. RECOVERIES OF DUES:
     The Board is empowered:
     To recover any dues against this contract in any bills/ Security Deposit / Earnest
Money Deposit due to the contractor either in this contract or any other contract with
Board.
    To recover any dues against any other contracts of the contractor with Board, with
the available amount due to the contractor against this contract.

25.0. PAN No. :
    Copy of PAN No. details of the FIRM/Tenderers should be enclosed.

26.0. CST/VAT CLEARANCE CERTIFICATE:
     The tenderer should enclose with the tender, a copy of certificate of CST/VAT
Clearance for the previous year from the appropriate CST/VAT Authorities.

NOTE:       The successful tenderer should submit the latest copies        of   STCC after
receiving the order.
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27.0 ARBITRATION ACT NOT TO APPLY:
      The Board will not accept any arbitration in case of disputes arising in any respect
under this contract. Any dispute arising out of this contract shall not be subject to
arbitration under the provisions of Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996 in the event of
any dispute between the parties.

28.0. PAST PERFORMANCE:
28.1. The intending tenderers shall furnish the documentary evidence with details of
various Purchase Orders placed on them during the last three years as on the date of
Tendering in the proforma enclosed to the Tender Specification.

28.2 The Bidders shall furnish copies of Balance Sheet, Profit and Loss Account for the
last three financial years certified by the Auditor. In case Accounts for the last financial
year are not finalized, the Bidders shall furnish Annual Turnover Statement for the year
duly certified by Auditor.

28.3 The details furnished by the tenderers shall be in complete shape and if it is found
that any information is found omitted, suppressed, incomplete or incorrect, the same will
be taken note of while dealing with the Tenderers in future and will entail forfeiture of
EMD.

29.0.JURISDICTION FOR LEGAL PROCEEDINGS(AFTER AWARD OF CONTRACT)

       No suit or any proceedings in regard to any matter arising in respect of this contract
shall be instituted in any court, save in the High Court, Madras, City Civil Court at Chennai
or at the Court of small causes at Chennai. It is agreed that no other court shall have
jurisdiction to entertain any suit or proceedings even though, part of the cause of action
might arise within their jurisdiction. In case any part of the cause of action might arise
within the jurisdiction of any other Courts in Tamil Nadu and rest within the jurisdiction of
courts outside the Tamil Nadu, then it is agreed to between the parties that such
suits or proceedings shall be instituted in a Court within the State of Tamil Nadu and no
other court outside the State of Tamil Nadu shall have jurisdiction even though any part of
the cause of action might arise within the jurisdiction of such courts. The successful
Tenderer shall furnish an undertaking as per Annexure-II in a non judicial stamp paper of
Rs.80/- agreeing to the above conditions.


30.0 PERFORMANCE GUARANTEE:
30.1     The successful Tenderer should furnish a performance guarantee in the form of
Bank Guarantee for 5% of the total accepted value of the contract and the irrevocable BG
shall be valid for 24 months from the anticipated date of receipt of last consignment of
goods/ materials at site in good condition. In case of delay in supply, the Performance
Guarantee should be extended suitably.

30.2    The Performance Guarantee will be released on expiry of guarantee period after
ensuring that defects/damages during the guarantee period are rectified/replaced.
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31.0 POWERS TO TERMINATE THE CONTRACT:

          In the event of Non-fulfillment and lack of diligence, the contract will be
terminated and the security deposit will be forfeited. In that circumstance, the Board
reserves the right, to arrange some other agency for the execution of this contract.


          Also If the contractor fails to achieve the specified condenser cooling water
outlet parameters for any consecutive 15 days after the stabilization period of 1 month
then the Board reserves the right to terminate the contract by giving one month notice
without assigning any reason.


32.0 DOCUMENTS CONFIDENTIAL
       The tenderer (Whether his tender is considered or not) shall treat the details of the
tender specification and other documents attached hereto as private and confidential.


33.0 GENERAL:
1.The tenderer shall list out his experience with documentary proof.
2.The Board will not accept any other terms and conditions, which are not specifically
incorporated in the specification.
3.The guide lines issued in TN Transparency in tenders act 1998 and TN transparency in
tender rules 2000 will be followed.
4.It may be noted that the Board is at liberty to close the purchase order at any time
during the currency of the purchase order, if the circumstances warrant.
5.Specific concurrence or otherwise to all the terms noted herein should be furnished in
the tender. Failure to do so will be taken as concurrence to the terms.
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                                         SECTION-VI
                                   TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION


             The scope shall include Manufacture and Supply of LP rotor 2 & 2A stage
             moving blades and rectification and reblading of LP rotor for 110 MW
             TG set including third party inspection


         Sl.No                              Description                                        Qty
            I     Manufacture and Supply of LP rotor 2 & 2A stage moving
                  blades and blading materials and Rectification and
                  reblading of existing LP rotor released from 110 MW
                  Unit – III TG set

            A     Supply of 150 Nos of Moving blades , 40 nos shrouds, Locking blade          1 set
                  and Locking pins for Stage 2 of LP rotor (Balance 135 nos of moving
                  blades will be supplied by ETPS)
            B     Supply of 150 Nos of Moving blades , 40 nos shrouds, Locking blade          1 set
                  and Locking pins for Stage 2A of LP rotor (Balance 135 nos of
                  moving blades will be supplied by ETPS)
            II    Packing, Transport, De-blading, cleaning, Reblading and
                  machining of shrouds of Stage 2 & 2A and Vacuum
                  tunnel dynamic balancing of LP of 110MW TG set

     Note:-
          Split up price details of Manufacture and supply shall be furnished. Since tax is
     applicable for this portion only. Split up price details for rectification and reblading shall
     also be furnished.
SPECIAL CONDITION
 1 The Tenderer have to Manufacture and Supply of New 2 & 2A Stage LP Rotor moving
    blades and blading materials and Rectification and Reblading to be done in the
    existing LP Rotor released from 110 MW Unit-III TG Set of ETPS.

 2   Vacuum Tunnel High speed Dynamic Balancing and over speed testing should be
     carried out in the presence of Board Engineer. Report for the same should be
     furnished.

 3   Physical properties and chemical composition of the material to be furnished. Test
     certificates should be obtained from the Government approved Laboratory.

 4   The Supplier shall furnish detailed dimensional Drawing for Board‟s Approval before
     effecting the supply.

 5   Third Party inspection during the entire period of Manufacturing Rectification and
     Reblading of existing LP Rotor has to be arranged and report to be furnished.
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6   The Tenderer shall assist during erection and commissioning of above LP Rotor.

7   The LP Rotor should be securely packed and transported from ETPS Site to
    Contractors works and the same material should be securely packed and delivered to
    ETPS Site at the contractor‟s cost after assembly, rectification and reblading of rotor all
    arrangements are to be made by the contractor.

8   Dynamic Balancing should be carried out at low speed, rated speed and over speed .

9   To avoid single plane / Multiplane resonance, quality of the blade material should be
    ensured by the Third party inspection at every stage.

10 The Blade reinforcement to be ensured for low as well as high frequency operation.

11 NDT Testing has to be done and the report of the same should be furnished.

12 The parameters like vibration and Eccentricity of the repaired rotor should be within
   operation limit during normal running and also during over speed testing.

13 The new supply of 2 and 2A stage moving blades and blading materials should be
   similar to original design.
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                           SECTION VI - SCHEDULES
                             SCHEDULE – A-PRICE
                SPECIFICATION No.CE/ETPS/CE-2822 /2011-2012

 Supply of LP rotor 2 & 2A stage moving blades and rectification and reblading
                         of LP rotor for 110 MW TG set

Sl. No   Description                                      Rate Rs.

1.       a) Charges for manufacturer & supply of
         150 Nos moving blades, 40 Nos shrouds,
         locking blade and locking pins for stage 2
         of LP rotor
         Ex-works price

         Excise duty & Cess

         CST / TN VAT

         Packing and forwarding

         Freight and insurance

                                    Total ………(A)

2.       Charges for manufacturer & supply of
         150 Nos moving blades, 40 Nos shrouds,
         locking blade and locking pins for stage 2
         of LP rotor
         Ex-works price

         Excise duty & Cess

         CST / TN VAT

         Packing and forwarding

         Freight and insurance

         Other duties, if any

                                 Total …………….(B)

3.       Packing,, De-blading, cleaning, reblading
         and machining of shrouds of stages 2 &
         2A and vacuum tunnel dynamic
         balancing of LP of 110 MW TG set
            Service Tax @ 10.3%

            Sub Total

                                   Total…………….(C)

4.          Transportation(Inclusive of Service Tax)
                                                  (D)
                                   Total (A+B+C+D)



COMPANY SEAL                                SIGNATURE           :
                                            NAME                :
                                            DESIGNATION         :
                                            DATE                :


Note:
   i.        The prices shall be furnished both in figures and words.
   ii.       Split up rates such as Ex-works price, packing, forwarding, freight, insurance
             charges, taxes and duties for all the materials should be invariably furnished
             separately.
     iii.    Test certificate should be furnished for the various components used.
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                                       SCHEDULE – B

                          SPECIFICATION NO CE:2822
                   DEVIATION FROM TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION

All technical deviations from the specification shall be filled in by the tenderer, clausewise,
in the schedule.

 SL.NO.       SECTION NO.           CLAUSE NO.              DEVIATION




The tenderer hereby certifies that the above mentioned are the only deviations from the
technical specification and the tender conforms to the specification in all other respects.



COMPANY SEAL                               SIGNATURE            :
                                           NAME                 :
                                           DESIGNATION          :
                                           DATE                 :
                                           ..28..

                                      SCHEDULE – C


                             SPECIFICATION NO CE: 2822

                      DEVIATIONS FROM COMMERCIAL TERMS

All deviations from the commercial terms shall be filled in by the tenderer, clausewise, in
this schedule.

 SL.NO         SECTION NO.             CLAUSE NO.                 DEVIATION




The tenderer hereby certifies that the above mentioned are the only deviations from the
commercial terms and the tender conforms to the specification in all other respects.


COMPANY SEAL                             SIGNATURE            :
                                         NAME                 :
                                         DESIGNATION          :
                                         DATE                 :
                                             ..29..
                                      SCHEDULE – D

                        SPECIFICATION NO CE: 2822
      STATEMENT OF SUPPLY/ORDERS EXECUTED/UNDER EXECUTION SO FAR
         DURING THE PAST.............. YEARS AS ON THE TENDER OPENING.

SL.   NAME & ADDRESS OF NAME               P.O.     VALUE OF         SCHEDULED      ACTUAL
NO    THE     ORGANISATION OF THE          NO.      ORDER IN         DATE      OF   DATE OF
      INCLUDING      OTHER WORK            AND      Rs.     in       COMPLETION     COMPLET
      STATE EBs                            DATE     Lakhs (*)        OF ORDER       ION OF
                                                                                    ORDER




  NOTE: 1)(*) Split up details such as price, may be enclosed separately.

        2)     Copies of orders received shall be enclosed.

  COMPANY SEAL                            SIGNATURE              :
                                          NAME                   :
                                          DESIGNATION            :
                                          DATE                   :
                                    ..30..
                                   SCHEDULE – E
                    (In Non – Judicial – Rs.80/- Stamp Paper)
            UNDERTAKING FOR PAYMENT OF DUES TO TANGEDCO
THIS DEED OF UNDERTAKING EXECUTED AT ……………. ON THIS THE


………………………………Day of…………………………By Messers…………………………..


Hereinafter called the “ TENDERER” (Which expression where the context so admits
mean and include their agents, Representatives, Successors – in – office and Assigns).


TO AND IN FAVOUR OF “The TANGEDCO Ltd”, a company registered under the
provisions of the Companies Act, 1956” having its office at NPKRR Maaligai, Electricity
Avenue,144,Anna Salai, Chennai – 600 002, herein after called the “CORPORATION”
(Which expression shall where the context so admits mean and includes its successors
in office and assigns).


WHEAREAS the Corporation has called for an undertaking from the Tenderer
empowering the Corporation to recover the dues if any.


NOW THIS UNDERTAKING WITNESSETH the Corporation is empowered to
recover any dues against this contract in any bills / security deposit / E.M.D due to
the Tenderer either in this contract or any other contracts with the Corporation.
Further, the Tenderer hereby authorizes the Corporation to recover, any dues against
any other contract of the Tenderer with the Corporation with the available amount due
to the Tenderer against this contract.


IN WITNESS WHERE OF Thiru……………………………………………… acting for and on
behalf of the Tenderer has signed this deed on the day, month and year herein before
first mentioned.


                              COMPANY SEAL – SIGNATURE OF THE TENDERER.
                                                                  NAME:
                                                                     DESIGNATION:
                                                                                DATE:
                                         ..31..
                                    SCHEDULE – F
          UNDERTAKING FOR LEGAL PROCEEDINGS JURISDICTION
                    (In Non – Judicial – Rs.80/- Stamp Paper)
THIS DEED OF UNDERTAKING EXECUTED AT ………………….. ON THIS THE
…………………………Day of ………………………… By Messers……………………………………..
Hereinafter called the “ TENDERER” (Which expression where the context so admits
mean and include their agents, Representatives, Successors – in – office and Assigns).
TO AND IN FAVOUR OF “The TANGEDCO Ltd” a company registered under the
provisions of the Companies Act, 1956” having its office at NPKRR, Maaligai, Electricity
Avenue,144,Anna Salai, Chennai – 600 002, herein after called the “CORPORATION”
(Which expression shall where the context so admits mean and includes its successors
in office and assigns).
WHEAREAS the Corporation has called for acceptance of               jurisdiction of legal
proceedings.
NOW THIS UNDERTAKING WITNESSETH that no suit are any proceedings in
regard in any matter arising in any respect under this contract shall be instituted in
any court, save in appropriate Civil court of Chennai are the court of small causes
Chennai. If it is agreed that no other court shall have the jurisdiction to entertain any
suit or proceedings, even though, part of the cause of action might arise with in the
jurisdiction of any of the courts in Tamil Nadu and not in the courts in Chennai City,
then it is agreed between parties that such suits or proceedings shall be instituted in
court within Tamil Nadu and no other court outside Tamil Nadu shall have jurisdiction,
even though any part of the cause of action might arise.
  IN WITNESS WHERE OF Thiru …………………………………………acting for and on
behalf of the Tenderer has signed this deed on the day, month and year herein before
first mentioned.


                              COMPANY SEAL – SIGNATURE OF THE TENDERER.
                                                                                 NAME:
                                                                       DESIGNATION:
                                                                                  DATE:
                                        ..32..
                                      TANGEDCO

                                     SCHEDULE –G

                                    TENDER FORM


TO

The Chief Engineer,
ETPS,
Ennore,
Chennai – 57.

Dear Sir,


1. Having examined the above specification together with the accompany schedules etc.,
we hereby offer to execute work with supply of the materials covered in this specification
at the rates entered in the attached schedule of prices.

2. We hereby guarantee the particulars entered in the schedules attached to the
specification.

3. In accordance with security deposit clause, Section – II of the specification we agree
to furnish security to the extent of 5% of the total value of the contract.

4. Our company is not a potentially Sick Industrial Company or a Sick Industrial Company
in terms of Section – 23 of Section – 15 of the Sick Industrial Companies (Special
Provisions) Act, 1985.

                                                                          Yours faithfully,


PLACE :                                             SIGNATURE :
DATE :                                               DESIGNATION          :
COMPANY SEAL :                                           COMPANY          :
                                    ..33..
                         SCHEDULE – H
                  BANK GUARANTEE FOR SECURITY DEPOSIT
                   (In Non – Judicial – Rs.80/- Stamp Paper)
THIS DEED OF GUARANTEE made on this ……………….. day of ………………………
only by the Bank of ……………………………………………………..(Bank name & address)
(herein after called “the Bank”) to and in favour of the TANGEDCO a company
registered under the provisions of the Companies Act,1956 having its Registered Office
at Anna Salai, Chennai – 2 represented by the CHIEF ENGINEER / _______________ /
________________ /___________________ (hereinafter called “The Purchaser”).


WHEREAS                    Messrs.     ……………………………………………………………………..
………………………………………………(hereinafter called “The Contractor”) have
by virtue of the contract entered into with the purchaser as per P.O. No.…………………..
dt. ……………………. Agreed with the purchaser as per P.O.No. ………………..
Dt…………….. agreed with the purchaser to ……………………………… In accordance with
the terms and conditions contained therein:


AND WHEREAS         in accordance with the terms of the contract in P.O. No.
…………………        dt………………..        The    contractor has to pay   a   sum   of
Rs…………………………/-(Rupees ………………………………………………………………. Only)
towards security deposit from a Nationalised Bank.


AND WHEREAS the contractor has requested the purchaser to accept bank
guarantee in lieu of security deposit for a sum equivalent to 5% (Five percent) of the
value of the Contract for the satisfactory performance of the Contract.


AND WHEREAS the Bank has at the request of the Contractor agreed to guarantee
the payment of the said sum in case the contract is not performed in accordance with
the specifications indicated in the terms and conditions in P.O. No…………….
dt……………… or in the letter …………………………….. Dt…………………..


NOW THIS DEED WITNESSES AS FOLLOWS:


1. In consideration of the purchaser having agreed to accept the Bank guarantee from
a Nationalised Bank towards Security Deposit for a sum equivalent to Rs…………….
(Rupees …………………………………………….. only) the Bank do hereby guarantee that if
the contractor fails to perform the contract in accordance with the specifications and
conditions of the contract as subsequently amended, the Bank shall pay forthwith
merely on demand without any demur to the purchaser such amount or amounts, as
the Bank may be called upon to pay be the purchaser:
PROVIDED that the liability of the Bank under this deed shall not at any time exceed
the said amount of Rs…………………/- (Rupees………………………………………………
……………………………….. only)
PROVIDED further that the guarantee hereunder furnished shall be released as soon as
the contractor has performed his part of the contract in accordance with the terms of the
contract and the period of performance guarantee is over and a certificate to that effect is
issued by the Purchaser.
2. The Bank further undertakes to indemnify the purchaser against any loss or damage
that may be caused or suffered by the purchaser by reason of any breach
of the terms and conditions in the said P.O. No………………………… dt………………………..
3. The Guarantee herein contained shall remain in force till the terms and conditions of
the P.O. No……………………. dt…………………… have been fully and properly carried out
by the said contractor and in any case, the guarantee shall not hold good after expiry
of …………………


4. The Bank further agrees with the purchaser that the purchaser shall have the fullest
liberty (without the consent of the Bank and without affecting in any manner the
obligations of the bank hereunder) to vary any of the terms and conditions of the
contract or to extend the time of performance of the contract by the said contractor
from time to time or to postpone from time to time any of the powers exercisable by
the purchaser against the said contractor and to forbear or to enforce any of the terms
and conditions relating to the said contract and the Bank shall not be relieved of its
liability by the reason of any such variations, or extension being granted to the reason
to the said contractor or by reasons of any forbearance, act or omission on the part of
the purchaser or any indulgence by the purchaser to the said contractor or by any
such matter or thing what – so – ever which under the law relating to sureties would
but for these provisions have the effect of so relieving than bank.


5. Any account settled between the purchaser and the contractor shall be the
conclusive evidence against the bank for the amount due and shall not be questioned
by the Bank.


6. The expressions „Bank‟, „Contractor‟ and „purchaser‟ herein before used shall include
their respective successors and assigns.
IN WITNESS WHERE OF THIRU…………………………………… acting for and on behalf of
the Bank has signed this deed on the day, month and year first above written.
In the presence of witnesses:


1.                                                     Signature with seal of the Bank
                                                        (Name in Block letters)
2.
(Name in capitals to be subscribed with
designation, office address or residential
address).
                                     SCHEDULE – I
      BANK GUARANTEE FOR FURNISHING PERFORMANCE GUARANTEE
                   (In Non- Judicial – Rs.80/- Stamp Paper)


THIS DEED OF GUARANTEE made on this ……………….. day of ………………………
only by the Bank of ……………………………………………………..(Bank name & address)
(herein Called “the Bank” to and in favour of TANGEDCO a company registered under
the provisions of the Companies Act,1956, having its Registered Office at Anna Salai,
Chennai – 2 represented by the CHIEF ENGINEER / _______________ /
________________ /___________________ (hereinafter called “The Purchaser”).


WHEREAS             Messrs.    ……………………………………………………………………..
………………………………………………(hereinafter called “The Contractor”) have
by Virtue of the contract entered into with the purchaser as per P.O.
No…………………….
dt. ……………………. Agreed with the purchaser as per P.O.No. ………………..
Dt…………….. agreed with the purchaser to ……………………………… In accordance with
the terms and conditions contained therein:
AND WHEREAS in accordance with the terms of the contract in P.O. No. …………………
dt……………….. The contractor has to pay a sum of Rs…………………………/-(Rupees
………………………………………………………………. Only) towards security deposit from a
Nationalised Bank.


AND WHEREAS in accordance with the terms of contract the contractor has to furnish
a Bank Guarantee from a nationalized Bank for a sum of Rs………………. (Rupees
…………………………………………… only) equivalent to 10% percent of the value of the
contract for the satisfactory performance of the Contract.
AND WHEREAS the Bank has at the request of the Contractor agrees to guarantee the
payment of the said sum in case the contract is not performed in accordance with the
specifications indicated in the terms and conditions in P.O. No……………. dt………………
or in the letter …………………………….. Dt…………………..


NOW THIS DEED WITNESSES AS FOLLOWS:


1. In consideration of the purchaser having agreed to accept the Bank guarantee from
a Nationalised Bank towards Security Deposit for a sum equivalent to Rs…………….
(Rupees …………………………………………….. only) the Bank do hereby guarantee that if
the contractor fails to perform the contract in accordance with the specifications and
conditions of the contract as subsequently amended, the Bank shall pay forthwith
merely on demand without any demur to the purchaser such amount or amounts, as
the Bank may be called upon to pay be the purchaser:
PROVIDED that the liability of the Bank under this deed shall not at any time exceed
the said amount of Rs…………………/- (Rupees………………………………………………
……………………………….. only)
PROVIDED further that the guarantee hereunder furnished shall be released as soon
as the contractor has performed his part of the contract in accordance with the terms
of the contract and the period of performance guarantee is over and a certificate to
that effect is issued by the Purchaser.


2. The Bank further undertakes to indemnify the purchaser against any loss or damage
that may be caused or suffered by the purchaser by reason of any breach of the terms
and conditions in the said P.O. No………………………… dt………………………..
3. The guarantee herein contained shall remain in force till the terms and conditions of
the P.O. No……………………. dt…………………… have been fully and properly carried out
by the said contractor and in any case, the guarantee shall not hold good after expiry
of …………………
4. The bank further agrees with the purchaser that the purchaser shall have the fullest
liberty (without the consent of the Bank and without affecting in any manner the
obligations of the bank hereunder) to vary any of the terms and conditions of the
contract or to extend the time of performance of the contract by the said contractor
from time to time or to postpone from time to time any of the powers exercisable by
the purchaser against the said contractor and to forbear or to enforce any of the terms
and conditions relating to the said contract and the Bank shall not be relieved of its
liability by the reason of any such variations, or extension being granted to the reason
to the said contractor or by reasons of any for – bearance, act or omission on the part
of the purchaser or any indulgence by the purchaser to the said contractor or by any
such matter or thing what – so – ever which under the law relating to sureties would
but for these provisions have the effect of so relieving than bank.
5. Any account settled between the purchaser and the contractor shall be the
conclusive evidence against the bank for the amount due and shall not be questioned
by the Bank.
6. The expressions „Bank‟, „Contractor‟ and „purchaser‟ herein before used shall include
their respective successors and assigns.
IN WITNESS WHERE OF THIRU…………………………………… acting for and on behalf
of the Bank has signed this deed on the day, month and year first above written.
In the presence of witnesses:


1.                                                     Signature with seal of the Bank
                                                (Name in Block letters)
2.
(Name in capitals to be subscribed with
designation, office address or residential address).
                                                SCHEDULE – J

DRAFT UNDERTAKING IN LIEU OF PAYMENT OF EMD
                           (In Non- Judicial – Rs.80/- Stamp Paper)


          This undertaking executed at                      .............................................. on this the
........................................... day of .......................... Two thousand and eleven by M/s.
........................................ a company, registered under companies Act 1956, having its
registered office at ........................................... herein after called the tenderer to and in
favour of the TANGEDCO a company registered under the provisions of the Companies
Act,1956, having its Registered Office at N.P.K.R.R. Maaligai, Electricity Avenue, 144,
Anna Salai, Chennai - 600 002, represented by ...................................... (herein after
called the Corporation).
          WHEREAS the contract is for the Supply/erection of ............. in terms of the tender
specification No..............dt:................
          AND WHEREAS in accordance with clause .................... of the said tender
specification the tenderer has to furnish EMD of Rs...............                                             (Rupees
.................................................. only).
          AND whereas the tenderer has requested the Corporation to accept an undertaking
in lieu of payment in cash of the EMD.
          AND WHEREAS the Corporation has accepted the request of the tenderer subject to
his executing an undertaking to pay the                                           Corporation not exceeding
Rs....................(Rupees..........................................................................           only)
representing the Earnest Money Deposit together with costs in the case of non-fulfillment
to the conditions stipulated in the specification or the conditions stipulated in the contract
by the tenderer.

      In consideration of the Corporation having agreed to accept an undertaking from the
tenderer in lieu of payment of EMD in cash, the tenderer undertakes to pay the sum of
Rs.......................... (Rupees ....................................................... only) immediately
when a demand is raised by the Corporation against the tender without demur in the
event of the following:-
1)      If the tenderer withdraws his tender or backs out after acceptance of the tender or
fails to remit the security deposit.
2)      If he revises any of the terms quoted during the validity period.
3)      If he violates any of the terms of the tender specification No.
         Now the condition of the above written undertaking is such that if the tenderer
shall duly and faithfully observe and perform the terms and conditions specified in terms
of the above then the above written undertaking shall void, otherwise the same shall
remain in full force.
        The tenderer undertakes not to revoke this guarantee till the contract is completed
under the terms of contract.
        The expression 'tenderer' and the 'Corporation' herein before used shall include
their respective successors and assigns in office.
        IN WITNESS WHERE OF Thiru ............................................................ for and on
behalf of the tenderer has signed this undertaking on the day, month and year first above
written.

                                                                                                      SIGNATURE.
In the presence of witness:`
1)
2)

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