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					   MAHARASHTRA STATE ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION CO. LTD.
                  Urban Circle, Nashik.



                             BID DOCUMENT FOR




  Work of Providing & fixing of 33 & 11KV CT & PT for Sub station metering at
various 33/11 KV S/Station in Urban Circle, Nashik and Cross over points under
                              Urban Circle, Nashik




                  Bid Document No. SE/NUC/T-I/07-08/12




                           VOLUME – I




                               EXECUTING AGENCY



                      SUPERINTENDING ENGINEER
                      MSEDCL.,Urban Circle, Nashik
                     MAHARASHTRA STATE (INDIA)


                              Signature of Tenderer
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                                TENDER NOTICE

Following tenders are invited on prescribed Tender Forms from eligible
contractors for following works. The tender documents are available at our web
site www. Mahadiscom.in after 24.10.2007. Submit the tender duly filled in
latest by 02.11.2007 up to 15.00 Hrs. While submitting the tenders please
attach the tender form fees as shown below in the form of Demand draft only in
favour of MSEDCL. Contact person Executive Engineer (Administration), Urban
Circle, Nashik. Telephone No. 0253-2308003-04.


 Tender                                                     Est. Cost in   Tender fee
  No.                   Particulars of Work                  Rs. Lakhs       in Rs.
 07-08

          Work of Providing & fixing of 33 & 11KV CT
  T-12    & PT for Sub station metering at various
                                                              25.00         1000/-
          33/11 KV S/Station in Urban Circle, Nashik
          and Cross over points under Urban Circle,
          Nashik.

  T-13    Supply of PVC Gum Boots                              2.00          500/-
  T-14    Supply of printed stationery                         5.00          500/-
  T-15    Supply of computer stationery (Papers)               5.00          500/-
  T-16    Hiring of cranes in the area of Urban Circle,        5.00          500/-
          Nashik
  T-17    Supply    of   11    KV    metering   CTs  for       5.00          500/-
          H.T.consumers.
  T-18    Supply    of   11    KV    metering   PTs  for       4.00          500/-
          H.T.consumers.
  T-19    Supply of 33 KV metering CTs & PTs for               5.00          500/-
          H.T.consumers & for S/Stn.
  T-20    Laying of 11 KV underground power cable by
          Horizontal boring machine for railway track
                                                               3.00          500/-
          crossing for 11 KV Lahavit Feeder under GFSS –
          I Scheme.




                                                   SUPERINTENDING ENGINEER (NUC),
                                                     MSEDCL, 2nd Floor, Prosper Park,
                                                    Near Shingada Talav, Nashik – 01.




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   MAHARASHTRA STATE ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION COMPANY LIMITED
                      URBAN CIRCLE, NASHIK

 Office of The Superintending Engineer, Urban Circle, 2nd Floor, Prosper Park, Near Shingada
                                   Talav,Nashik-422001.


TENDER FOR                     --      Work of Providing & fixing of 33 & 11KV CT &
                                       PT for Sub station metering at various 33/11
                                       KV S/Station in Urban Circle, Nashik and Cross
                                       over points under Urban Circle, Nashik

ESTIMATED COST                 --       Rs.25.00 Lakhs

Period of Issue                --      24/10/2007 To 01/11/2007,       11.00 to 16.00 Hrs.

Last Date Of Submission        --      02/11/2007 up to 15.00 Hrs.

DUE DATE OF OPENING            --      03/11/2007 AT 11-00 HRS (If possible)

Tender No.                     --      SE/NUC/T-I/07-08/12


Cost of Tender document        --       Rs.1000/- Per copy in person + VAT
                                         (The tender form is non transferable)
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Paid Tender cost Rs.1000/- vide M.R.No. ______________ date ____________


Identification copy No. ______________________________


Issued to – M/s. -     _______________________________________
                       _______________________________________
                       _______________________________________


Tender copy delivered – By Hand/By Post
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EMD Rs.25,000/- paid vide DD/MR.No.__________________ date ____________
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     Tender form issued on behalf of The Suptdg.Engr.,MSEDCL.Urban Circle,Nashik




   Accounts Officer,                                              Executive Engineer
MSEDCL.Urban Circle,Nashik                                    MSEDCL.Urban Circle,Nashik
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Note – To be submitted on or before 15.00 hrs. 02/11/2007. The tender will be opened at 11.00
hrs on 03/11/2007 (if possible) or on next working day at the same time, at the office of The
Suptdg.Engr.,MSEDCL.Urban Circle, 2nd Floor, Prosper Park, Near Shingada Talav, Nashik, The
tenderer or his representative may remain present while opening the tender.


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            MAHARASHTRA STATE ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION CO. LTD
                           Urban Circle, Nashik.


                   BID DOCUMENTS NO : SE/NUC/T-I/07-08/12

                            TABLE OF CONTENTS



                               Description


                                VOLUME-1
            Section 1         Instructions to Bidders

            Section 2         Conditions of contract

            Section 3         Sample forms

            Section 4         Contract Data




                                VOLUME-2
Section 5                     Technical Specifications & Drawings




                                VOLUME-3
Section 6                     Activity, Price & Other Schedules




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                                  TENDER NOTICE

          MAHARASHTRA STATE ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION CO. LTD

                              INVITATION FOR BIDS
                          Bid No: SE/NUC/T-I/07-08/12

      Superscribed and sealed tenders are invited from registered and reputed
      firms/companies /corporations/suppliers/Govt. contractors for implementation of
      following work packages on TURN-KEY basis. Brief description of “The Works ” is
      as follows:

      Project : The work of Design, shop test, supply, transport, construction erection,
      testing and commissioning of 33 &11KV CT & PT for Substation metering at
      various 33/11 KV S/Station in Urban Circle, Nashik and Cross over points under
      Urban Circle, Nashik and allied works as defined in the bid document, on
      “Turnkey basis”

    Sr.      Bid       District             Particulars of works            Estimate
    No.    Number                                                            d cost
                                                                              (Rs.
                                                                             Lakhs)
     1.   SE/NUC/      Nashik     The work of Design, shop test, Supply,
           T-I/07-                Transport,    Construction   Errection,     25.00
            08/12                 Testing and Commissioning of 33 &
                                  11KV CT & PT for Substation metering
                                  at various 33/11 KV S/Station in Urban
                                  Circle, Nashik and Cross over points
                                  under Urban Circle, Nashik and allied
                                  works as defined in the bid document,
                                  on “Turnkey basis”
Terms and Conditions:-
   1.   The destination for work to be executed is in Urban Circle, Nashik
   2.   The price of Bid document is Rs.1000/- + 4% VAT extra. for each Tender.
   3.   The EMD is 1% of estimated value in the form of Demand Draft of any
        Nationalised Bank having branch in Maharastra State in favour of Maharashtra
        State Electricity Distribution Co. Ltd., payable at Nashik. M.R. No. , Date and
        amount should be quoted on envelope I.
   4.   Bid documents can be purchased from the Office of The Superintending
        Engineer, MSEDCL, Urban Circle, Nashik, Maharashtra.
   5.   Sale period of Bid document is from 24/10/2007 to 01/11/2007, from
        11.00 Hrs. to 16.00 Hrs. on working days.
   6.   Last date of receipt of Bid is 02/11/2007 up to 15.00 Hrs.
   7.   Bid opening date 03/11/2007 at 11.00 Hrs.
   8.   For knowing eligibility and qualifying criteria etc. the Bidders may contact at
        the above address.
   9.   M.S.E.D.C.L. reserves the right of rejecting any or all the Bids without
        assigning any reason thereof.
   10.  Tel.No._0253-2308003/4
        Fax : 0253-2500260
                                                        Superintending Engineer
                                                       M.S.E Distribution Co. Ltd.




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                           VOLUME - I
                          SECTION -1.
                    INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS
                           CONTENTS
Clause                         Description
  No.
   A                                  General
   1     Scope of Bid.
   2     Eligible Bidders.
   3     Qualification for Bidders.
   4     One Bid per Bidder.
   5     Cost of Bidding.
   6     Site Visits.
 B                              Bidding Documents.
 7       Content of Bidding Documents.
 8       Clarification of Bidding documents.
 9       Amendments of Documents.
 C                              Preparation of Bids.
 10      Language of Bid.
 11      Documents comprising Bid.
 12      Bid Prices.
 13      Currencies of Bid and Payment.
 14      Bid Validity.
 15      EMD
 16      Alternative Proposals by the Bidders.
 17      Format and signing of Bids.
 D                              Submission of Bids.
 18      Sealing and Marking of Bids.
 19      Deadline for Bid submission.
 20      Late received Bids.
 21      Modification and Withdrawal of Bids.
 E                         Bid opening and Evaluation.
 22      Bid opening.
 23      Process to be Confidential.
 24      Clarification on Bids.
 25      Examination of Bids and Determination of Substantial
         responsiveness.
 26      Correction of Errors.
 27      Prohibition for Post tender correspondences.
 F                              Award of Contract.
 28      Award Criteria.
 29      Employer‟s right to accept or Reject, any or all Bids.
 30      Notification of Award.
 31      Performance Security.
 32      Contract Agreement.
 33      Time: The Essence of Contract.
 34      Jurisdiction.
 35      Other Important General Terms.
 36      Bankruptcy
 37      Notices
 38      Details : Confidential
 39      Checklist.




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                                        SECTION 1

                            INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS

A.    GENERAL

1.    Scope of Bid

      1.1    The Executing Agency, (also referred to as “the Employer” or “Purchaser”
             in these documents) invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for the work
             of Design, shop test, supply, transport, construction errection , testing and
             commissioning of 33 & 11KV CT & PT for Substation metering at various
             33/11 KV S/Station in Urban Circle, Nashik and Cross over points under
             Urban Circle, Nashik and allied works as defined in the bid document, on
             “Turnkey basis”.


      S.      Bid      District            Project Title          Completi    Estimated
      N.    Number                                                on Period      Cost
                                                                                 (Rs
                                                                               Lakhs)
      1     SE/NUC/    Nashik      Design, shop test, supply,     30 days
             T-I/07-               transport,      construction    from        25.00
              08/12                errection,    testing   and    date of
                                   commissioning of 33 &            LOA
                                   11KV     CT    &    PT   for
                                   Substation    metering    at
                                   various 33/11 KV S/Station
                                   in Urban Circle, Nashik and
                                   Cross over points under
                                   Urban Circle, Nashik.



      1.1.1. The work is to be carried out under jurisdiction of Urban Circle in Nashik
             District.

             All bids shall be prepared and submitted strictly in accordance with these
             instructions.

      1.1.2 The successful bidder has to start work immediately at the site as
            per activity schedules annexed separately.

      1.1.3 The successful bidder will have to complete the works within One
            months from LOA date.

      1.1.4 Bid not covering entire scope of the project shall be treated as
            incomplete and hence, are liable to be rejected.

2.0   Eligible Bidders
      2.1    The bidding is     open to manufacture(s), constructor(s) or an Authorised
             representative      of manufacturer(s). Such bidders should meet the
             qualification as   stipulated hereunder. Manufacturers opting to bid through
             an Authorised      representative are not permitted to bid on their own
             separately.



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            2.2      The bidder shall be a manufacturer or an Authorised representative of
                     manufacturer(s)/Constructor(s) who regularly manufacturers /erects
                     equipment of the type specified and has adequate technical knowledge
                     and manufacturing experience.

            2.3      The bidder does not anticipate a change in ownership during the proposed
                     period of execution of work. (If such a change is anticipated, the scope
                     and effect thereof shall be defined).

3.0         Qualification of the Bidder
            3.1    This invitation for Bid is open to eligible bidders.

            3.2      Qualifying Requirements

            3.2.1     The bidder shall furnish, as a part of his bid, a EMD for the amount of
                     Rs.25,000 /- [Rs Twenty Five Thousand] (i.e. 1% of estimated value, in
                     the prescribed format.)

            3.2.2 A) Experience as prime Contractor in the execution of works of at least
                  50% of tendered value of similar nature and complexity equivalent to “the
                  Works” in the last 3 years. The work herein means project bidder is
                  quoting for the defined work viz Design, shop test, supply, transport,
                  construction, errection , testing and commissioning of 33 & 11KV CT & PT
                  for Substation metering at various 33/11 KV S/Station in Urban Circle,
                  Nashik and Cross over points under Urban Circle, Nashik and allied works.
                  The bidder must provide details of actual experience of execution of such
                  works.
                  B) Having achieved annual turnover in construction work of 50 % of the
                  bid price in any two of the three years. The work shall be of the nature
                  and complexity equivalent to the scope of the work of the bid.

            3.2.3 Valid Electrical contractor‟s license issued under the Act.

            3.2.4 Joint venture agreement in respect of Joint venture offer.

            3.2.5 Power of Attorney in case of Joint venture offer.

            3.2.6 For a joint venture to qualify members taken together must meet at least
                  the minimum criteria of clauses 3.2.1 to 3.2.4 and each member shall
                  possess proven experience in supply and/or construction pertaining to
                  sub-stations and/ or transmission & distribution lines. Failure to comply
                  with this requirement shall result in rejection of the joint venture‟s bid.
                  Sub-Contractor‟s experience and resources shall not be taken into account
                  in determining the bidder‟s compliance with the qualifying criteria.

            3.2.7 Registration under PF and labour laws as may be applicable as per
                  relevant Acts.

            3.2.8 Solvency certificate issued by Nationalised/ Scheduled bank to the extent
                  50% of Bid value.

      3.3         Conditions for Joint venture offer

                     Bids submitted by a joint venture of not more than 2 firms as members,
                     shall comply with the following requirements. Non-compliance of these
                     provisions as required under this clause shall make the bidder‟s offer non-
                     responsive. The members of a joint venture together should qualify for the
                     work of 33 & 11 KV Metering along with supply of allied material.
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            a)    The bid shall include all the relevant documents needed for
                  qualifying requirements listed in Sub-Clause 3.2 above for
                  members of joint venture taken together.

            b)    The bid shall be signed so as to be legally binding upon all
                  members. The evidence of this shall have to accompany the bid of
                  the bidder with proper legal documentation.

            c)    One of the members shall be nominated, as being in charge.
                  Submitting a power of attorney signed by legally authorised
                  signatories of both members & the same shall be suitably
                  witnessed by the representatives of both the members.

            d)    The bid shall include joint venture agreement in the proforma “G”
                  to be executed by its members and which shall state inter-alias
                  that all members shall be liable jointly and severally for the
                  execution of the contract and that the Member-In charge shall be
                  authorised to incur liabilities and receive instructions for and on
                  behalf of any and all members, and the entire execution of the
                  Contract including payments shall be done exclusively with the
                  Member-In charge.

            e)    No member of the joint venture is eligible for bidding in individual
                  capacity nor would be eligible in associating in more than one joint
                  venture.

3.4   Additional documents to be submitted alongwith the Bid

            The bidders shall include the following information and documents with
            their bids.

            a)    Copies of original documents defining the constitution or legal
                  status, place of registration and principal place of business, written
                  power of attorney of the Authorised signatory of the bid to commit
                  the bidder.

            b)    Total annual turnover of work performed by the bidder in his name
                  (not by any other company whose name has subsequently been
                  changed so as to form the current bidder) in each of the last three
                  years. The annual turnover of manufacturing activity, of any, being
                  ventures by the bidder as shown separately for the last three
                  years.

            c)    Experience in executing similar contract (nature and volume) for
                  each of the last three Years and details of work in hand and
                  contractual commitment, clients who may be contacted for further
                  information on those contracts.

            d)    Major items of construction equipment proposed for carrying out
                  the contract.
            e)    Qualifications and experience of key site management and technical
                  personnel proposed for the contract.
            f)    Reports on the financial standing of the bidder, such as profit and
                  loss statements and auditor‟s reports for the past three years.
            g)    Evidence of adequacy of working capital for this Contract, i.e.
                  evidence of access to line(s) of credit and availability of other
                  financial resources.
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              h)     Authority to seek reference from the bidder‟s bankers
              i)     Information regarding any current litigation in which the bidder is
                     involved, the parties concerned, and disputed amount and present
                     status thereof.
              j)     A statement establishing that the bidder (including all members of
                     a joint venture) and his Sub-Contractors are not associated, nor
                     has been associated in the past, directly or indirectly with the
                     Expert or any other entity having prepared the design,
                     specifications and other bidding documents for the project or being
                     proposed as Engineer for the Contract.
              k)     Copy of PAN card and copy of I T returns submitted for last 3
                     years.
              l)      Registration & latest clearance for Value added Tax and Service
                       tax.
              m)     Possession of capability for timely acquisition/procurement
                     (own, lease, hire etc.) of the following essential equipment.
                     i)      Material handling facilitates for erection
                     ii)     Equipment for testing and commissioning.
              n)     Suitable qualified and experienced personnel with at least 3 years
                     experience in works of an equivalent nature and volume.
              o)     Whenever works defined comprise the work of Design, shop test,
                     supply,transport, construction errection, testing and commissioning
                     of 33 & 11KV CT & PT for Substation metering at various 33/11 KV
                     S/Station in Urban Circle, Nashik and Cross over points under
                     Urban Circle, Nashik and allied works in Nashik District as defined
                     in the bid document, on “Turnkey basis”, the Contractor must
                     provide details of actual execution of such works.

      3.5     Sub Contractor‟s experience and resources shall not be taken into account
              in determining the bidder‟s compliance with the qualifying criteria or
              companies taken over by him. This provision shall also apply in the case of
              all the members of the joint venture bid.

      3.6     It shall be explicitly noted that the requirements/criteria covered under
              above Clauses shall strictly apply to the Bidder offering the bid and not to
              his associated companies or group companies or companies taken over by
              him. This provision shall also apply in the case of all the members of a
              joint venture bid.

4.0   One Bid per Bidder

              Each bidder shall submit only one bid for project either by himself, or as a
              partner in a joint venture.

5.0   Cost of Bidding

            The bidder shall bear all costs associated with the preparation and
            submission of his bid and the Employer will in no case be responsible or liable
            for those costs.

6.0   Site Visit
      6.1    Information about works given in bidding documents is purely tentative
             one and may change during actual execution as per site requirements. The
             bidder is advised to visit and examine the sites of Works and their
             surroundings and obtain for himself, at his own risk & cost, all information
             that may be necessary for preparing the bid and entering into a contract
             for the Works. The costs of visiting the Sites shall be at the bidder‟s own

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              expense. The changes/variations of proposed site would not confer right
              for the extra additional claims.

        6.2   The Employer will not entertain any claim at any stage from the bidder on
              the plea of having him self not acquainted sufficiently to the site
              conditions.


B.    Bidding Documents

7.0     Content of Bidding Documents

        7.1   The set of bidding documents comprises the documents mentioned below
              and any Addenda issued in accordance with Clause 9:


        Invitation for Bids

VOLUME-I

              Section 1:      Instructions to Bidder

              Section 2:      Conditions of Contract.

              Section 3:      Sample Forms of Bid, Qualification information Letter of
                              Acceptance, Securities, Contract Agreement, EMD, Bank
                              Guarantee Performance Security, and Payment Application &
                              Joint Venture.

              Section 4:      Contract Data.

VOLUME-II

              Technical Specifications & drawings

VOLUME-III

              Price bid.


        7.2   Bidders shall have to submit all the bidding documents, completely
              filled in and signed with seal in token of acceptance, as applicable,
              without deviating from the format and content i.e. Vol – I & II in
              envelope – I & Vol - III in envelope – II as specified in clause 18.1

        7.3   The Bidder is expected to examine all instructions, terms and conditions,
              forms and specifications in bidding document and fully inform himself as to
              all the conditions and matters which may in any way affect the works or
              the cost thereof.

        7.4   Further, failure to furnish all information required in the bid document or
              submission of a bid not substantially responsive to the bidding document
              in any respect will be at the bidder‟s risk and may result in the rejection of
              his bid.




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8.0     Clarification of Bidding Documents

        8.1   A prospective bidder requiring any clarification of the bidding documents
              may notify the Employer in writing or by cable (hereinafter, “cable”
              includes telex and Tele-Fax) at the Employer‟s address indicated in the
              Invitation for Bid.

        8.2   The Employer will respond to any such request for clarification, which he
              receives up-to 5 days prior to the deadline for submission of this. Copies
              of the Employer‟s response will be forwarded to all purchasers of the
              bidding documents including a description of the enquiry but without
              identifying its source.

        8.3   Request for clarification or any delay in complying with such request by
              the Employer, shall not in any way affect the obligation on the part of the
              bidder to send the complete bid by the deadline indicated.

        8.4   Immediately upon purchase of the bidding document, the prospective
              bidder shall inform the Employer the details as given below to facilitate the
              process of clarification.

        8.5   a)     Name of Bidder and contact person
              b)     Detailed address; and
              c)     Telephone, Tele-Fax numbers.

9.0     Amendment of Bidding Documents

        9.1   Before the deadline for submission of bids, the Employer may modify the
              bidding documents by issuing addenda.

        9.2   Any addendum thus issued shall form part of the bidding documents and
              shall be communicated in writing or by cable to all purchasers of the
              bidding documents. Prospective bidders shall acknowledge receipt of each
              addendum by cable to the Employer.

        9.3   To give prospective bidders reasonable time in which to take an addendum
              into account in preparing their bids, the Employer may extend the deadline
              for submission of bids by a maximum period of 15 days.

C.    Preparation of Bids

10.0    Language of Bid

              All documents relating to the bid shall be in the English language only.

11.0    Documents Comprising the Bid

              The Bid submitted by the bidder shall comprise the following:

        a)    Bid Form and Qualification Information Form and Documents
        b)    Appropriate EMD in Original
        c)    Price Activity Schedules and other Schedules.
        d)    Information on eligibility and qualification as detailed under Clauses of
              section 1 above be completed and submitted by Bidders in accordance
              with these instructions.


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12.0   Bid Prices

       12.1   Unless stated otherwise in the bidding documents, the Contract shall be
              for the project defined as “the Works”, as described in Sub-Clause 1.22 of
              Section 2 of this volume I.

       12.2   The bidder shall fill in the rate for all the activities (as per description in
              the schedule, specifications) in the Schedules. The price quoted by the
              Bidder shall be inclusive of all costs towards Design, Engineering, Supply,
              Inspection, Transportation, Receipt and storage at site, Erection, Testing
              and Commissioning

       12.3   Items not indicated in the schedule but are required, as part of
              equipment/ work shall also be deemed to have been covered by the rates
              and prices in the activity schedule.

       12.4   The Bid price shall include all taxes/works contract tax and duties,
              inclusive of Corporate tax, Income Tax, Sales Tax (including Maharashtra
              Sales Tax), Works Contract Tax, Service Tax, Excise duty, other taxes,
              fees, Cesses, deposits etc. whatsoever, and the Employer shall not be
              liable for payment for any such taxes and duties as may be applicable as
              per Indian Law. All statutory duties (including excise or customs), taxes
              and other levies payable by the Contractor under the Contract, or for any
              other cause, shall be indicated equipment / material wise separately in
              details in the Bid submitted by the bidder. The bid price shall include the
              cost of charges for obtaining any permit or license.

       12.5   Discount offered, if any shall be prominently indicated on the Bid Form.

       12.6   As regards Indian Income Tax, surcharge on Income Tax and any other
              Corporate Tax, the Employer shall not bear any tax liability whatsoever
              irrespective of the mode of contracting. The bidder shall be liable and
              responsible for payment of such taxes, if attracted under the provisions of
              Indian law. However IT deductions at source as per Income Tax rules will
              be made.

       12.7   TDS towards Value Added Tax shall be deducted, from the payment of
              contract value as per the rate applicable. The VAT number shall be
              informed. Any statutory variation in the VAT rate during execution of
              works shall be to the account of the bidder.

       12.8   Maharashtra Works Contract Tax (WCT) @4% (As applicable at the time of
              submission of the tender) has been included for the entire contract value
              including supply of all material make and bought out equipment and civil
              works. Any statutory variation in the WCT rate during execution of works
              shall be to the account of bidder.

       12.9   Relevant provisions under Indian laws / Acts for P.F., Labour Contract, and
              any other Law/ Act as may be applicable to the works under this contract
              will be applicable though not mentioned specifically in above list.

       12.10 The Bid price quoted by the Bidder shall be firm and not subject to price
           variation during the substance of the contract on account of cost escalation,
           changes in taxes etc by appropriate authority.



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       12.11 The contract is to be treated as a non-divisible contract, which includes
              all applicable taxes, duties, etc as indicated above and no concessional
           forms such as „E‟, „C‟ etc. will be issued to the contractor.

       12.12 In the event of any changes on account of value added tax by Govt. after
             the date of submission of the Bid till the commencing of contract, the
             benefit out of such change shall be passed on to either of the parties.

13.0   Currencies of Bid and Payment

               The price for the project shall be quoted by the Bidder entirely in Indian
               Rupees.

14.0   Bid Validity

       14.1    Bids shall remain valid for a period of 90 days after the deadline for bid
               submission specified in Clause 19.1.

       14.2    In exceptional circumstances, the Employer may request the bidders to
               extend the period of validity for a specified additional period. The request
               and the bidders‟ responses shall be made in writing or by cable. A bidder
               may refuse the request without forfeiting his EMD. A bidder agreeing to
               the request will not be required or permitted to modify his bid, but will be
               required to extend the validity of his EMD for the period of the extension,
               and in compliance with Clause 15 in all respects.

15.0   EMD :

       15.1    The bidder shall furnish, as a part of his bid, an EMD for the amount of Rs.
               25,000 /- (Rupees Twenty Five Thousand) (i.e. 1 % of estimated
               value, in the prescribed format.)

       15. 2 The EMD shall be in the form of Demand Draft/Bank Guarantee of
             nationalized bank having branch in the Maharastra State. The format of
             the bank guarantee shall be in accordance with the sample form of EMD
             enclosed in Section 3. Bank guarantee issued, as security for the bid shall
             be valid till the validity of the bid plus 30 days.

       15.3     Any bid not accompanied by an original Bid Form and adequate EMD with
               correct bid reference in original shall be rejected by the Employer. The bid
               shall also be rejected if the bidder does not comply with the provisions of
               clause 15.2 above.

       15.4    The EMD of unsuccessful bidders will be returned 30 days before the end
               of the bid validity period specified in Clause 14.

       15.5    The EMD of the successful bidder will be discharged when the bidder has
               signed the Agreement and furnished the required performance security.
       15.6    The EMD will be forfeited in case of any of the following: -
       a)      If the bidder withdraws his bid during the period of bid validity,
       b)      If the bidder does not accept the correction of his bid price pursuant to
               Clause no 26
       c)      If the successful bidder fails within the specified time limit to
               i)       Sign the Contract Agreement
               ii)      Furnish the required performance security



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16.0   Alternative Proposals by Bidders
             Bidders shall submit offers, which comply with the requirements of the
             bidding documents, including the basic technical design as indicated in the
             drawings and specifications. Alternative proposals shall not be
             considered.

17.0   Signing of Bid
       17.1 The bid shall be typed or written in indelible ink and shall be signed by a
             person or persons duly Authorized to sign on behalf of the bidder pursuant
             to Sub-Clause 3.4 (a) & 3.3 (b), as the case may be. The person or
             persons signing the bid shall initial all pages of the bid where
             entries and amendments have been made.
       17.2 The bid shall contain no alterations or additions, except those to comply
             with instructions issued by the Employer, or as necessary to correct errors
             made by the bidder, in which case the person or persons signing the bid
             shall initial such corrections.

D.     Submission of Bids

18.0   Sealing and Marking of Bids.
18.1   Bid shall be submitted in two envelopes containing documents stated below:
       Envelope-I:          EMD, Bid form (Sample Form A), copy of the receipt of
                            the purchase of the bid, authorization in favour of the
                            signatory, including other relevant authorization
                            signature as required under the bid document and
                            joint venture agreement. Sample form 'B', Tender
                            documents & qualification requirement mentioned in
                            Bidding documents and Volume-I & II.

       Envelope-II:         Commercial offer including price activity schedule in
                            Volume-III, and other relevant information in
                            accordance with the requirement of the bid document.

       Each envelope shall be super scribed Envelope - I or Envelope -II as the case
       may be, sealed and marked in accordance with the clause 18.1 to 18.4. Both the
       envelopes I & envelope II should be placed in the outer envelope, which should
       bear the identification as, mentioned in Clause No 18.2, 18.3 and 18.4.

       18.2   The bid shall be submitted to the employer at the following
              address:
              THE SUPERINTENDING ENGINEER
              ( URBAN CIRCLE,NASHIK ),
              2ND FLOOR, PROSPER PARK,
              NEAR SHINGADA TALAV, MSEDCL, NASHIK.

       18.3   All the envelopes shall also bear the following identification:
              -       Bid for Work of supply of 33 & 11KV CT & PT for Substation
                      metering at various 33/11 KV S/Station in Urban Circle,
                      Nashik and Cross over points under Urban Circle, Nashik and
                      allied works under Nashik Urban Circle.

              -       Bid reference No.: SE/NUC/T-I/07-08/12

              -       DO NOT OPEN BEFORE 11.00 Hours on 03/11/2007

              -       M.R. No. & Amount of EMD on Envelope - I

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       18.4   In addition to the identification required in Sub-Clause 18, the envelope
              shall indicate the name and address of the bidder.

       18.5   If the outer envelope is not sealed, marked and submitted as required in
              Para, 18.1 to 18.4 above, the Employer will assume no responsibility for
              the misplacement or premature opening of the bid.

19.0    Deadline for Submission of Bids

       19.1   Bid must be received by the Employer at the address specified
              above not later than 15.00 hours on date:02/11/2007

       On Sale Date                 Bid due Date                 Bid opening Date

       From 24/10/07                up to 15:00 Hrs              11:00 Hrs
       To   01/11/07                of 02/11/07                  of 03/11/07

       19.2 The Employer may extend the deadline for submission of bids by issuing
           an amendment in accordance with Clause 9. The Employer also reserves the
           right to extend the bid submission date without assigning any reason thereof.
           In such case(s) all rights and obligations of the Employer and the bidders
           previously subject to the original deadline will then be subject to the new
           deadline.

20.    Late Bids

              Any bid received by the Employer after the deadline prescribed in
              Clause 19 shall not be accepted.

21.0   Modification and Withdrawal of Bids.

       21.1   The bidder may modify or withdraw his bid by giving notice in writing
              before the deadline prescribed in Clause 19.
       21.2   The bidder‟s modification or withdrawal notice shall be prepared, sealed,
              marked and delivered in accordance with Clause 18, with the envelopes
              additionally  marked     „MODIFICATION‟      or   „WITHDRAWAL‟,        as
              appropriate.

       21.3   No bid shall be permitted to be modified after the deadline for submission
              of bids.
       21.4   Withdrawal of a bid between the deadline for submission of bids and the
              expiration of the original period of bid validity specified in the Form of Bid
              will result in the forfeiture of the EMD pursuant to Clause 15.6.

E. Bid Opening and Evaluation

22.0   Bid Opening
       22.1 The Employer will open the Envelope-I of the bids, including its
             modifications made pursuant to Clause 21, in the presence of the bidder‟s
             representatives who choose to attend at 11.00 hours on
             03/11/07. The bidder‟s representatives who are present shall sign a
             register evidencing their attendance.
       22.2 The bidders‟ name, bid modifications and withdrawals, the presence or
             absence of EMD, and other details as the Employer may consider
             appropriate, will be announced by the Employer at the time of opening of
             Envelope-I.
       22.3 The Employer will examine the document under Envelope-I of the bid in
             accordance with the requirements with the bid document. If any of the
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              documents under Envelope-I is found to be not complying with the
              requirement of the bid document, the bid will be considered as
              non-responsive & Envelope-II of the corresponding bid will not be
              opened for further evaluation.
       22.4   The responsive bidders of the Envelope-I shall be notified by the Employer
              to attend the opening of the Envelope-II of the bids.
       22.5   The procedures stated in clause No.22.1 to 22.4 shall be followed for
              opening of the Envelope-II of the bids, including modifications made
              pursuant to Clause 21.
              Employer will announce the bid price, any discount, bid modifications and
              withdrawals and such other details, as the Employer may consider
              appropriate, at the time of opening of envelope of the bids.

23.0   Process to be Confidential

              Information relating to the examination, clarification, evaluation and
              comparison of bid and recommendations for the award of a contract shall
              not be disclosed to bidders or any other persons not officially concerned
              with such process until the award to the successful bidder has been
              announced. Any effort by a bidder to influence the Employer‟s processing
              of bids or award decisions shall result in the rejection of his bid.

24.0   Clarification of Bids.

              To assist in the examination, evaluation and comparison of bids the
              Employer may, at his discretion, ask any bidder for clarification of his bid,
              including breakdown of the prices in the Activity Schedules. The request
              for clarification and the response shall be in writing or by cable, but no
              change in price or substance of the bid shall be sought, offered, or
              permitted except as required to confirm the correction of arithmetic errors
              discovered by the Employer in the evaluation of the bids in accordance
              with Clause 26.

25.0          Examination  of        Bids    and     Determination      of    Substantial
              Responsiveness.

       25.1   Prior to the detailed evaluation of bids, the Employer will determine
              whether each bid (a) Meets the eligibility criteria (b) has been properly
              signed; (c) is accompanied by the required securities; (d) is substantially
              responsive to the requirements of the bidding documents; and (e)
              provides any clarification and/or substantiation that the Employer may
              require.

       25.2   A substantially responsive bid is one, which conforms to all the terms,
              conditions, and specifications of the bidding documents, without material
              deviation or reservation. A material deviation or reservation is one (a)
              which affects in any substantial way the scope, quality of performance of
              the Works; (b) which limits in any substantial way, inconsistent with the
              bidding documents, the Employer‟s rights or the bidder‟s obligations under
              the Contract‟ or (c) whose rectification would affect unfairly the
              competitive position of other bidders presenting substantially responsive
              bids.

       25.3   If a bid is not substantially responsive, it will be rejected by the Employer
              and may not subsequently be made responsive by correction or withdrawal
              of the non-conforming deviation or reservation.


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26.0   Correction of Errors

       26.1   Bids determined to be substantially responsive will be checked by the
              Employer for any arithmetic errors. The Employer will correct errors as
              follows: where there is a discrepancy between the amounts in figures and
              in words, the amount whichever is lower will govern.

       26.2   The amount stated in the Form of Bid will be adjusted by the Employer in
              accordance with the above procedure for the correction of errors and shall
              be considered as binding upon the bidder. If the bidder does not accept
              the corrected amount of bid, his bid shall be rejected and the EMD will be
              forfeited in accordance with Clause 15.

27.0          Prohibition for Post tender Correspondence.

       27.1   The Bidder should note that no correspondence shall be entertained or
              considered after the due date and time of submission of tender unless
              otherwise sought by the Employer.

       27.2   The bids shall be deemed to be under consideration immediately after
              those are opened and until such time official intimation of award /
              rejection is made by the Employer to the bidders. While the bids are under
              consideration, bidders and/or their representatives or other interested
              parties are advised to refrain from contacting by any means, the Employer
              and / or his employees / representatives on matters related to the bid
              under consideration. The Employer if necessary shall obtain clarifications
              on the bid by requesting for such information from any or all bidders in
              writing as may be necessary.

F.   Award of Contract.

28.0   Award Criteria

              Subject to Clause 29, the Employer will award the Contract to the bidder
              whose bid has been determined to be substantially responsive to the
              bidding documents and who has offered the Lowest Evaluated Bid Price,
              provided that such bidder has been determined a) to be eligible in
              accordance with provisions of Clause 2, and (b) qualified in accordance
              with provisions of Clause 3.

29.0   Employer‟s right to accept or reject, any or All Bid(s).

       29.1   Notwithstanding Clause 28, the Employer reserves the right to accept or
              reject any or all bid(s), and to cancel the bidding process and reject all
              bids, at any time prior to award of Contract, without thereby incurring any
              liability to the affected bidder or bidders or any obligation to inform the
              affected bidder or bidders on the grounds for the Employer‟s action.

       29.2   The Employer does not bind himself to accept the lowest or any bid,
              neither will any reason be assigned for the rejection or part of bid. It is
              also not binding on the Employer to disclose any analysis report on bids.

30.0   Notification of Award

       30.1   Prior to the expiration of bid validity prescribed by the Employer, the
              Employer will notify the successful bidder by cable confirmed by registered
              letter that his bid has been accepted. This letter (hereinafter and in the
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              Conditions of Contract called the “Letter of Acceptance”) shall name the
              sum which the Employer will pay the Contractor in consideration of the
              execution, completion and maintenance of the Works by the Contractor as
              prescribed by the Contract (hereinafter and in the Contract called the
              “Contract Price”). Such letter of Acceptance will be deeming to have been
              accepted if not otherwise specifically acknowledged by the Contractor
              within 7 days from date of receipt.

       30.2   The notification of the award will constitute the formation of the Contract
              subject only to the furnishing of a performance security in accordance with
              the provisions of Clause 31 and signing of agreement.

       30.3   The successful Bidder shall execute contract agreement as per the
              proforma attached.

       30.4   Upon furnishing by the successful bidder of a performance security, the
              Employer will promptly notify the other bidders that their bids have been
              unsuccessful.

31.0   Performance Security

       31.1   Within 8 calendar days of receipt of the Letter of Award from the
              Employer, the successful bidder shall furnish to the Employer a
              performance security as per Form E in the form of a bank
              guarantee for an amount equivalent to Ten percent (10 %) of the
              Contract Price.
       31.2   The performance security is to be provided by the successful bidder in the
              form a bank guarantee issued by a nationalized/Scheduled bank
              having branch in Maharashtra.
       31.3   Failure of the successful bidder to comply with the requirements of
              Sub-Clause 31.1 & 31.2 shall constitute sufficient grounds for cancellation
              of the award and forfeiture of the EMD.

32.0   Contract Agreement

       32.1   In the event of acceptance of particular bid for award of Contract such
              successful bidder has to execute contract Agreement as per attached form
              D.
       32.2   The Contract Agreement should be executed within 8 days from the date
              of issue of LOA.

33.0   TIME: THE ESSENCE OF CONTRACT

       33.1   The time stipulated in the contract for the completion of works shall be
               deemed to be the essence of the contract. The Contractor shall so
               organize his resources and perform his work as to complete it not latter
               than the date agreed to.
       33.2   This work should be completed within One month from the start date .

34.0    Jurisdiction

       34.1   Any disputes or differences arising under, out of or in connection with this
              tender or contract if not concluded shall be subject to exclusive jurisdiction
              of courts in Nashik city of Maharashtra
       34.2   The Indian Law shall govern the contract.



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35   OTHER IMPORTANT GENERAL TERMS.

     35.1.1         The contract shall be considered as having come in to force from
                    the date of issue of Letter of Award by the Employer.
     35.1.2         Patent Rights and Royalties:
                    Royalties and fees for patents covering materials, articles,
                    apparatus, devices, equipments, software and processes used in
                    the works shall be deemed to have been included in the contract
                    price. The Contractor shall satisfy all demands that may be made at
                    any time for such Royalties or fees and he alone shall be liable for
                    any damages or claims for patent infringements and shall keep the
                    Employer indemnified in that regard.

     35.2           The Contractor shall be responsible for the observance by his sub-
                    Contractors for forgoing.

     35.2.1         Workmanship and Materials:

                    The Plant and/or the work shall be manufactured, constructed,
                    provided, put in possession. Carried out and maintained in all
                    respects with workmanship and material of the best and most
                    substantial and approved qualities to the entire satisfaction of
                    Engineer, who may reject any plant, apparatus, material or
                    workmanship which shall in his opinion be defective in quality and
                    such rejection shall be final and binding on the Contractor. The
                    Contractor shall at his own expense provide all materials, labour,
                    haulage, tools, tackles, apparatus and all things necessary to
                    execute and complete the work and the plant in the manner
                    aforesaid.

     35.2.2         All materials used shall be of high grade, free from defects and
                    imperfection, recent manufacture and unused. The materials shall
                    conform to the relevant standard specifications accepted and
                    approved. Before errection all the material to be used shall be got
                    approved form the Engineer (s) nominated for this purpose by
                    MSEDCL.

     35.2.3         The material to be used should be of the make approved by
                    the MSEDCL and the method of construction should be as per the
                    standard method of construction approved by MSEDCL & adhering
                    to relevant Acts & rules in force.


     35.3     Security:

                    The Contractor shall have total responsibility for all equipments and
                    material in his custody stored, loose, semi assembled and /or
                    erected by him at site. The Contractor shall make suitable security
                    arrangements to ensure the protection of all materials, equipment
                    and works from theft, fire, pilferage and any other damages and
                    loss. All materials of the Contractor shall enter and leave work site
                    only with the written permission of Engineer in prescribed manner.
                    It shall be responsibility of Contractor to arrange for the security till
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35.4     GUARANTEE :

               The Contractor Shall guarantee that the equipments/materials will
               be new and in accordance with the contract documents and will be
               free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of 5
               years from the date of final acceptance of the works by the
               employer. Any defects developed due to defective materials and /
               or workmanship during testing and commissioning of the
               equipments or during the guarantee period of 5 years from the
               date of final acceptance of works by the employer shall be rectified
               or made good by the Contractor at his own cost. The contractor‟s
               liability shall be limited to repair/replacement of any defective part
               in the equipment of his own manufacture or those of his sub
               Contractor and arising from faulty design, materials and / or
               workmanship. All costs for the repair and / or replacement of
               defective parts such as dismantling, re-erection, supply,
               transportation, etc shall be to the account of contractor.

 35.4.1         No repairs or replacement shall normally be carried out by the
                Engineer when the plant is under supervision of Contractor‟s
                supervisor. In the event of an emergency, where, in the judgment
          of Engineer, delay would cause serious loss or damage,       repairs    or
          adjustment may be made by the Engineer or a third party chosen by the
          Engineer without advance notice to the contractor and the cost of such
          work shall be paid by the contractor. In the event of such action taken
          by the Engineer, the Contractor will be notified promptly and he shall
          assist wherever possible in making the necessary corrections. This shall
          not relieve the Contractor‟s liability under the terms and conditions of
          the contract.

35.4.2    If it becomes necessary for the Contractor to replace or renew any
          defective portion of the plant under this clause, the provision of     this
          clause shall apply to the portion of the plant so replaced or renewed until
          the expiry of 5 years from the date of such replacement or renewal.

35.4.3    The acceptance of the works by the Engineer shall in no way relieve the
          Contractor of his obligation under this clause.

35.4.4         If at any time during the guarantee period, it shall appear to the
               Engineer that any work has been executed with unsound, imperfect
               or unskillful workmanship or with materials of inferior quality or
               that any materials or articles provided by him for the execution of
               the work unsound or of a quality inferior to that contracted for or
               are otherwise not in accordance with the contract, it shall be
               lawful for the Engineer, notwithstanding the      fact that the work
               or materials or articles complained of may have been inadvertently
               passed, certified and paid for the Contractor    shall    be    found
               forthwith to rectify, to remove and reconstruct    the    work     so
               specified in whole or in part, as the case may     require,   if   so
               required to remove the materials or articles so specified and
               provided other proper and suitable materials or articles at his own
               charge and cost.

35.4.5         In the event of Contractor failing to remove the defect within
               time specified by the Engineer, the Employer may proceed to
               undertake the removal of such defect at the Contractor‟s Cost and

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                       Risk, without prejudice to any other rights and recover the same
                       from performance bank guarantee/other dues.

       35.4.6          The Contractor shall promptly provide adequate staff at sites
                       during guarantee period to attend to defects, if any.


36     BANKRUPTCY:

                If the Contractor shall become bankrupt or insolvent, or have a receiving
                order made against him, or compound with his creditors, or being a
                company or corporation commence to be wound up, not being a
                member‟s voluntary winding up for the purpose of amalgamation or
                reconstruction, or carry on is business under a receiver for the benefit of
                its creditors or any of them, the Employer shall be at liberty (a) to
                terminate the contract forthwith by notice in writing to the Contractor or
                to the receiver or liquidator or to any person in whom the contract may

                Become vested or (b) to give such receiver, liquidator or other person the
                option of carrying out the contract subject to his providing a guarantee for
                the due and faithful performance of the contract up to amount agreed.


37     NOTICES:

                Any notice to be given to the Contractor under the terms of the contract
                shall be served by sending the same by registered post or leaving the
                same at the Contractor‟s principal place of business (or in the event of
                Contractor being a company to or at its registered office.)
                Any notice to be given to the Employer under the terms of the Contract
                shall be served by sending the same by registered post at the Employer‟s
                address.


38     DETAILS: CONFIDENTIAL.

                The Contractor shall treat the contract and everything contained therein
                as private and confidential. In particular, the Contractor shall not publish
                any information, drawings or photograph concerning the works and shall
                not use       the sites for the purpose of advertising except with written
                consent of the Superintending Engineer, Urban Circle, MSEDCL,
                Nashik and subject to terms and conditions as he may prescribe.


39.0   Check List:

                The bidder shall give a checklist of documents/schedules enclosed with his
                Bid in the covering pages(s) for respective parts for quick check of  the
                enclosures. A complete checklist shall be enclosed with each copy of  the
                bid documents. It shall be construed that the Bidder shall comply
                completely with all the other requirements of the specification.




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                           SECTION 2

                  CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT

                           CONTENTS

Clause No.                         Description
    A
     1       General
     2       Definitions.
     3       Interpretation.
     4       Languages and Law.
     5       Decision.
     6       Delegation.
     7       Communications.
     8       Assignment & Subletting of Contract.
     9       Co-ordination with other Contractors.
    10       Personnel.
    11       Contractor‟s risks.
    12       Force Majeure.
    13       Insurance.
    14       Site Investigation Data.
    15       Queries about the Contract Data.
    16       Contractor to construct the works.
    17       Quantity Variation
    18       Variation in Civil works
             The Works to be completed by the completion time.
   19        Safety.
   20        Discoveries.
   21        Possession of Site(s).
   22        Access to the site(s).
   23        Instructions.
   24        Disputes.

   B                             Time Control
   25        Extension of the Completion date.
   26        Delays ordered by the Employer.
   27        Management meetings.
   28        Early warning.

   C                              Quality Control.
   29        Identifying defects.
   30        Tests.
   31        Inspection
   32        Correction of defects.
   33        Uncorrected defects after completion date.




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D                         Cost Control
34   Activity Schedule.
35   Changes in Activity Schedule.
36   Cash flow forecasts.
37   Payment terms.
38   Mode of Payment.
39   Retention.
40   Liquidated Damages.
41   Performance Security.
42   Cost of repairs.

E                   Finishing the Contract.
43   Successful commissioning
44   Completion.
45   Taking Over.
46   Final Account.
47   Documentation.
48   Termination.
49   Payment upon termination.
50   Property.




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                                 SECTION 2
                           CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT
                                 A. GENERAL
1.   DEFINITIONS

     1.1    Acceptance date is the date when the Employer accepts the bid of the
            successful bidder by issuing a Letter of Acceptance.

      1.2    The Activity Schedule is a schedule of the activities comprising design,
            shop test, supply, transport, construction, erection, testing and
            commissioning of 33 & 11KV CT & PT for Substation metering at various
            33/11 KV S/Station in Urban Circle, Nashik and Cross over points under
            Urban Circle, Nashik and allied works as defined in the bid document, on
            “Turnkey basis” under Urban Circle, Nashik and handing over of “the
            Works”. It includes a lump sum price for each activity, which is used for
            valuations and for assessing the effects of Variations and Compensation
            Events. Quantities mentioned in this schedule are approximate and bidder
            is expected to assess the work based on his investigation and site
            inspection.

     1.3    The Completion Date is the date on which the Contractor shall complete
            whole of the Works, duly notified by the Superintending Engineer or any
            other person duly authorised by him, that the Employer can use the
            works. The Completion Date is specified in the Contract Data. Only the
            Employer may revise the Completion Date by issuing, in writing, an
            extension of time.

     1.4    The Contract is the contract between the Employer and the Contractor,
            the terms and conditions of which have been incorporated in the
            agreement to be executed between the two parties.

     1.5    The Contract Data defines the documents and other information, which
            comprise the Contract.

     1.6    The Contractor is the bidder whose bid to carry out the Works has been
            accepted by the Employer and includes his legal heirs, successors.

     1.7    The Contractor‟s Bid is the complete bidding document submitted by the
            Contractor to the Employer.

     1.8    The Contract Price is the price stated in the Letter of Acceptance and
            thereafter as adjusted in accordance with the provisions of the contract.

      1.9   Days are calendar days & Months are calendar months.

     1.10   Defect is any part of the Works not completed in accordance with the
            Contract & material specifications as per Part-II. Also it shall include any
     works, or part thereof going faulty during Defect Liability Period.

     1.11   The Employer/Purchaser is the Superintending Engineer,Urban Circle,
            Nashik, Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Co. Ltd. (MSEDCL), who
            will have the necessary authority to execute the project and be responsible
            to handle all affairs of the project including award of contract to the
            Contractor and include any person(s) authorised for the purpose by the
            Superintending Engineer, Urban Circle, Maharashtra State Electricity
            Distribution Co. Ltd. (MSEDCL), Nashik


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       The Superintending Engineer, Urban Circle , MSEDCL, Nashik or any other
       person duly Authorised by him will have necessary authority to execute
       the Project and be responsible to handle all affairs of the project.

1.12   The Engineer is the person or organization named in the Contract Data or any
       other competent person authorised by the Employer and notified to the
       Contractor, for effective implementation of the project.

1.13   Site In charge/in charge is a person authorised by the Employer for the
       purpose of supervision and implementation of contract terms for the works
       covered under the contract.

1.14   Construction Equipment is the Contractor‟s machinery and vehicles brought
       temporarily to the site to construct the Works.

1.15   Plant is any integral part of “the Works” which is to have a civil, mechanical,
       electrical, electronic or chemical function.

1.16   The Site(s) is/are the area (s) defined as such in the Contract Data for execution
       of works & includes contractors site store.

1.17   The start Date is the date of execution of Contract Agreement. It does not
       necessarily coincide with any of the Site Possession Dates.

1.18   Specifications mean and include collectively all the terms and stipulations
       obntained in the bid document including the conditions of        contract,
       Technical Provisions and Annexure thereto and list of correction and
       amendments.

1.19   A sub-Contractor is a person or corporate body who has a contract with the
       Contractor to carry out a part of the work in the Contract, which includes work on
       the Site.

1.20   Temporary Works are works designed, constructed, installed, and removed by
       the Contractor including Temporary electric supply and water charges at his own
       expenses which are needed for construction, installation, Testing and
       Commissioning of the Works.

1.21   A Variation is a modified instruction given by the Employer, which varies “The
       Works”.

1.22          The Works means design, shop test, supply, transport, construction,
              erection, testing and commissioning of 33 & 11KV CT & PT for Substation
              metering at various 33/11 KV S/Station in Urban Circle, Nashik and Cross
              over points under Urban Circle, Nashik and allied works as defined in the
              bid document, on “Turnkey basis” and also includes other works not
              specifically mentioned in bid but required due to site conditions & for what
              the Contract requires the Contractor to design, supply, transport,
              construct, install, test, commission, and hand over to the Employer, under
              the Project.

1.23          Defect Liability Period    means the period which begins at the
              completion of the “Works” or its Sub-items & extends up to 5 years
              thereafter.

1.24          Defect Correction Period means the period which begins after receipt
              of Notice of Defect & extends up to 30 days thereafter.

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1.25         Defect Notice Period means the period after observation of “Defect”
             within which the Employer should notify the Bidder about the “Defect”.
             This notifying of defect shall be normally immediate.

2.0    Interpretation

             In interpreting these Conditions of Contract, singular also means plural,
             male also means female, and vices versa. Headings and cross-references
             between clauses have no significance. Words have their normal meaning
             under the language of the Contract unless specifically defined.

3.0    Language and law.

             The language of the Contract shall be English. The law governing the
             Contract shall be the Indian Laws as stated in the Contract Data.

4.0    Decisions

             The Employer is to decide contractual matters between the Employer and
             the Contractor fairly and impartially. The decision of the Employer will be
             final, conclusive and binding on both parties to the agreement for contract.

5.0    Delegation

             The Employer may delegate any of his duties and responsibilities to other
             people by notifying the Contractor and may even cancel/withdraw any
             such delegation by notifying to the Contractor.

6.0    Communications

             Communications between parties that are referred to in the conditions are
             effective, only when they are in writing.

7.0    ASSIGNMENT AND SUBLETTING OF CONTRACT

7.1          The Contractor shall not assign the Contract or any part thereof or any
             benefit or interest therein or there under without the prior written consent
             of the Employer.

7.2          The Contractor shall not sublet any part of the works without prior written
             consent of the Employer.

7.3          Such a consent, if given, shall not relieve the Contractor from any liability
             or obligation under the Contract and he shall be responsible for the acts,
             defaults and neglects of any subcontractor, his agents, servants or
             workmen as fully as if those were the acts, defaults, neglects of the
             Contractor, his agents, servants or workmen.

7.4          The engineer shall have the right to obtain from the Contractor any
             agreement in writing entered into by the Contractor with any of his Sub-
             Contractors or any purchase orders placed for supplies and services in
             respect of the works included in the Contract provided that the Contractor
             shall not be bound to disclose the sub Contract value. The Contractor shall
             supply the engineer with full technical and commercial details of orders
             placed on his sub-Contractors. The technical specification of all the items
             ordered on sub-Contractor shall be subject to the approval of engineer.


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8.0    Co-ordination with Other Contractors

             The Contractor is to co-operate and share the Site with public authorities,
             utilities, and the Employer.

9.0    Personnel

       9.1   The Contractor is to employ either the key personnel named in the
             Schedule of Key Personnel to carry out the functions stated in the
             Schedule or other personnel approved by the Employer. The Employer will
             approve proposed replacement key personnel only if their qualifications,
             abilities and relevant experience are equal or better than those of the
             personnel listed in the Schedule, without affecting the Contract Price.

       9.2   If the Employer asks the Contractor to remove a person who is a member
             of Contractor staff or work force and states the reasons, the Contractor is
             to ensure that the person leaves the Site within seven days and such
             person will have no further connection with the work in the Contract.

10.0   Contractor‟s Risks

             All risks of loss or damage to physical property and of personal injury and
             death, which arise during and in consequence of the performance of the
             Contract, are the responsibility of the Contractor.

11.0   Force Majeure

11.1         The following clauses which substantially affect the performance of the
             Contract shall only be considered, as force majeure conditions.

             The acts of God, strikes, lock-outs, or other industrial disturbances, acts
             of the public enemy wars, blockades, insurrection, riots, epidemics,
             landslides, earthquakes, storms, lightning, floods, washouts, civil
             disturbances, explosions, and any other similar events, not within the
             control of either party and which by the exercise of due diligence neither
             party is able to overcome.

             Provided the party affected by the „Force Majeure‟ shall within fifteen (15)
             days from the occurrence of such a cause, notify the other party in writing
             of such cause with sufficient documentary proof.

11.2         The Contractor or the Employer shall not be liable for delays in performing
             their respective obligations resulting from any force majeure causes as
             defined above.

11.3         In case of damage or destruction of any property or equipment belonging
             to the Contractor due to „Force Majeure‟ clauses, the employer shall not
             be liable for the same.

12.0   Insurance

12.1   The following insurance cover is to be provided by the Contractor in the joint
       names of the Employer and the Contractor for the period from the      Start Date
       to the end of the Defects Notice Period or of the last Defects Correction Period
       whichever is the later.


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         a)       Full cover against damage to other people‟s property caused by the
                  Contractor‟s Acts or omissions.

         b)       Covered against death or injury caused by the Contractor‟s Acts or
                  omissions as per Laws applicable in India to
                  (i)    Anyone authorised to be on the Site.
                  (ii)   Third parties who are not on the Site.

         (c)      Full cover against theft and damages to the Works and materials during
                  storage and construction.

                  Contractor shall pursue the matters related to insurance claims in
                  association with the Employer.

12.2              Policies and certificates for insurance are to be produced by the Contractor
                  to the Employer for approval before the Start Date given in the Contract
                  document and subsequently as the Employer may require.

12.3           Alterations to the terms of insurance may be made either with the approval
               of the Employer or as a result of general changes imposed by the Insurance
               Company with which the insurance policy is affected.

12.4           Both parties are to comply with any conditions of the Insurance policies.

12.5           The Contractor at his cost shall arrange, secure and maintain comprehensive
               insurance as may be necessary and for all such amounts to protect his
               interests and the interest of the Employer, against all risks. Any loss or
               damage to the equipment, during supply, handling, transporting,storage and
               erection, till such time the work is commissioned by the Employer shall be to
               the account of the Contractor. The Contractor shall be responsible for
               lodging of all claims and make good for the damage or loss by way of repairs
               and/or replacement of the portion of the works damaged or lost. The
               transfer of title shall not in any way relieve the Contractor of the above
               responsibilities during the period of the Contract.

12.6     INDEMNIFICATION OF EMPLOYER

12.6.1         The Contractor shall insure all his personnel, tools and plants, etc. and shall
               also take a third party liability cover to indemnify the Employer of all
               liabilities which may come up due to any act or omission on the part of
               Contractor and cause harm/damage to other Contractor/representatives of
               Employer or all or anybody rendering service to the Employer or is connected
               with Employer‟s work in any manner whatsoever.

12.6.2         The Contractor shall necessarily indemnify the Employer in all these respects
               and the indemnification and insurance policy shall be to the approval of
               Engineer.

12.7     WORKMEN‟S COMPENSATION INSURANCE

               This insurance shall protect the Contractor against all claims applicable under
               the workmen‟s compensation Act 1948 or any amendment thereof. This
               policy shall also cover the Contractor against claims for injury, disability,
               disease or death of his or his sub-Contractor‟s employees, which for any
               reason are not covered under the workmen‟s compensation Act 1948. The
               liabilities shall not be less than workmen‟s Compensation as per statutory
               provisions.

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12.8     COMPREHENSIVE AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE

             This insurance shall in such a form to protect the Contractor against all
             claims for injuries, disability, disease and death to members of public
             including the Employer‟s men and damage to the property of others arising
             from the use of motor vehicle during, on or off the site operations,
             irrespective of the Ownership of such vehicles.

12.9     COMPREHENSIVE GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE

12.9.1       This insurance shall protect the Contractor against all claims arising from
             injuries, disabilities, disease or death of members of public or damage to
             property of others, due to any act or omission on the part of the Contractor,
             his agents, his employees, his representatives and sub-Contractors or from
             riots, strikes and civil commotion. This insurance shall also cover all the
             liabilities of the Contractor for defending of suits.

12.9.2       The hazards to be covered will pertain to all the areas and works which the
             Contractor, his sub-Contractors, his agents and his employees have to
             perform pursuant to the Contract.

12.9.3       The above are only illustrative list of insurance covers normally
             required and it will be the responsibility of the Contractor to maintain
             all necessary insurance coverage to the extent both in time and
             amount to take care of all his liabilities either direct or indirect.

13.0     Site Investigation Data

         It is presumed that the Contractor, in preparing his Bid, has relied on the Site
         Investigation Data collected & verified by him from his own source.

14.0     Queries about the Contract Data

                The Employer is to give instructions clarifying queries about the Contract
                Data.

15.0     Contractor to Construct the Works.

         15.1   The Contractor is responsible for design, shop test, and arranging for
                inspection and tests by representatives nominated by the Employer,
                during manufacturing process if needed, supply, transport, construct,
                install, testing and commissioning and hand over the works in accordance
                with the relevant Specifications and Drawings.

         15.2   All the works should be carried out in conformity with the provisions under
                IE Rules 1956 and Contractor is to get clearance from Competent Authority
                under IE Rules 1956 before charging/ commissioning of the work at site.

         15.3   The Bidder shall be responsible for co-ordinating and liasoning with the
                various offices i.e. Electrical Inspector Office , Forest Office, Municipal
                Council, Grampanchayat offices and any other Department, consumer or a
                group of consumers etc., needed for timely completion of the work. Any
                amount towards the legitimate fee like Electrical Inspector Charges etc.
                shall be initially paid by the contractor and the same will be reimbursed to
                him in the bill payment.



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16.0   Quantity Variation

                The contract price for supply of equipment and erection is based on the
                quantity of individual activity/item furnished in the price bid. In case of
                variation in the quantity of any activity/item, the price of these items shall
                be paid as per the unit rates quoted by bidder after the approval of
                competent authority. The contract shall be suitably amended to take care
                of these variations.

17.0      Variation in Civil Works
            The price towards civil works shall be paid as per the actual, based on the
            unit rates as per price bid, after taking joint measurement during the
            execution stage and with due approval from competent authority. The
            contract shall be suitably amended if any change in contract value is
            noticed.

18.0   The Works to be completed by the Completion Date

                The Contractor shall begin the Works on the Start Date and is to carry out
                the Works in accordance with the program submitted by him, as updated
                with the approval of the Employer, and complete them by the Completion
                Date.

19.0   Safety

       19.1     WORKS AND SAFETY REGULATIONS:

                19.1.1 The Contractor shall ensure the safety of all the workmen,
                materials and         equipment either belonging to him or belonging to
                others working at site. Contract shall notify the Engineer of his intention to
                bring on site any container with liquid or gaseous fuel or other substance,
                which may create hazard. Engineer shall have the right to prescribe the
                conditions under which such equipment or container shall be handled and
                used during performance of the works and Contractor shall strictly adhere
                to such instructions. The Engineer shall have the right to inspect any
                construction plant and forbid its use, if in his opinion it is unsafe. The
                Employer will entertain no claim on account of such prohibition imposed.
                Contractor shall obey all safety instruction on site given by Engineer.
                Suitable number of Clerical staff, watch & Ward Store Keepers to take care
                of equipment, materials and construction tools and tackles shall be posted
                at site by the Contractor till the completion of contract. Contractor is
                expected to observe all the safety rules and regulations enacted as per
                laws applicable.

       19.1.2 The Contractor shall arrange for such safety devices as are necessary for
              such type of work and carry out requisite tests of handling equipment,
              lifting tools, tackles etc as per standards and practices.


       19.2     ELECTRICAL SAFETY REGULATIONS:

       19.2.1 No work shall be carried out on any live equipment on any site. The
              Contractor must make equipment safe and permit to work is to be issued
              before any work is carried out.


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       19.2.2 The Contractor shall employ the necessary number of qualified, full time
              electricians to maintain his temporary electrical installation, wherever
              necessary.

20.0   Discoveries

              Anything of historical or other interest or of significant value unexpectedly
              discovered on the Site is the property of the State. The Contractor is to
              notify the Employer of such discoveries and carry out the Employer‟s
              instructions for dealing with them.

21.0   Possession of the Site

              The Employer is to show the possible way leaves for the works covered
              under this contract, and for any deviation due to site conditions, from such
              way leave will require prior approval of Employer.

22.0   Access to the Site

              The Contractor is to allow the Employer and any persons authorised by the
              Employer access to the Site and to any place where work in connection
              with the Contract is being carried out or intended to be carried out.

23.0   Instructions.

              The Contractor shall carry out all instructions of the Employer, which are in
              conformity with the law of the country.

24.0   Disputes

              Any disputes or differences arising under, out of or in connection with this
              tender or contract if not concluded shall be subject to exclusive jurisdiction
              of courts in Nashik city of Maharashtra. The Indian Law shall govern the
              contract.

25.0   Extension of the Completion Date

       25.1   The Employer is to extend the Completion Date in the event of a variation
              which makes it impossible for Completion to be achieved by the
              Completion Date without the Contractor taking steps to accelerate the
              remaining work and which would cause him to incur additional cost.

       25.2   The Employer is to decide whether and by how much to extend the
              Completion Date within 8 days of the Contractor asking him to decide
              upon the effect of variation and submitting full supporting information. If
              the Contractor has failed to give early warning of a delay or has failed to
              co-operate in dealing with a delay, the delay by his failure is not
              considered in assessing the new completion Date.

26.0   Delays Ordered by the Employer.

              The Employer may instruct the Contractor to delay the start or progress of
              any activity within the Works.




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27.0    Management Meetings

        27.1    Project Review co-ordination meetings between Employer & successful
                bidder shall be conducted on monthly basis at location decided by
                Employer to review the plans for remaining work and to deal with matters
                raised in accordance with the early warning procedure.

        27.2    The Employer is to record the business of management meetings and is to
                provide copies of his record to those attending the meeting. The
                responsibility of the parties for actions to be taken is to be decided by the
                Superintending Engineer either at the management meeting or after the
                management meeting and stated in writing to all attended the meeting.

28.0    Early Warning

     28.1       The Contractor is to warn the Employer at the earliest opportunity of
                  specific likely failure events or circumstances, which may adversely
                  affect the Project Implementation Schedule.

     28.2       The Contractor shall co operate with the Employer in making the
                  Considering proposals for how the effect of such an event or
                  circumstance can be avoided or reduced.

C.      Quality Control

29.0    Identifying Defects

                The Employer is to check the Contractor‟s work and to notify the
                Contractor of any Defects, which he notices. Such checking does not
                absolve the Contractor‟s responsibilities. The Employer may instruct the
                Contractor to search for a Defect and to uncover and test any work, which
                the Employer considers, may have a Defect.

30.0    Tests

                The contractor has to submit all the type test reports & routine/
                acceptance test certificate required in terms of Technical Specifications.

31.0    INSPECTION

31.1            Successful bidder will inform schedule of acceptance testing and routine
                testing & other tests of all equipments as per MSEDCL‟s standard practice
                to Employer giving 8 days advance notice. Employer may depute its
                representatives for witnessing the tests, if desired. Bidder has to arrange
                for inspection and testing as above at his own cost.

31.2            It is expressly agreed to by the Contractor that the quality tests and
                inspection by the Employer shall not in any way relieve the Contractor of
                their responsibilities for quality standards, performance guarantee and
                other obligations under this Agreement.

32.0    Correction of Defects

        32.1          The Employer is to give notice to the Contractor of any Defects of
                      which he is aware before the end of the Defects Liability Period,
                      which begins at Completion of “the Works” or its sub-items and
                      extends up to 5 Years thereafter.
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       32.2        Every time notice of Defect is given, a Defects Correction Period for
                   the notified defect begins. The Contractor is to correct the notified
                   defect within the Defects Correction Period. The length of the
                   Defects Correction Period is 15 days as stated in the Contract Data.
                   The Contractor is to correct defects which he notices himself before
                   the end of the Defects liability period.
       32.3        The Employer is to certify that all Defects have been corrected when
                   all known defects have been corrected. If the Employer considers
                   that correction of a Defect is not essential he can request the
                   Contractor to submit a quotation for the corresponding reduction in
                   the Contract Price or an earlier Completion Date or both. If the
                   Employer accepts the quotation, the corresponding change in the
                   Contract Data is a Variation.

33.0   Uncorrected Defects after Completion Date

       33.1           After Completion date, the Employer may arrange for third party
                      Defect if the Contractor has not corrected it within the Defects
                      Correction period.

       33.2           The Employer is to give the Contractor at least 20 days notice of
                      his intention to use a third party to correct a Defect. If the
                      Contractor does not correct the Defect himself within this notice
                      period, the Employer may have the Defect corrected by the third
                      Party. The cost of the Correction will be to the contractors account
                      & it will be deducted from the balance payment due to the
                      Contractor.

       33.3           Employer will carry out such work in the event of emergency and
                      situation so demands and will inform to Contractor accordingly and
                      will recover/deduct cost of such work done.

D.     Cost Control

34.0   Activity Schedule

              The Contractor is to produce an updated Activity Schedule within 5 days
              of being instructed by the Employer. The activities on the Activity
              Schedule are to be co-ordinated with the activities of the program.

35.0   Changes in the Activity Schedule

              The Contractor may amend the schedule of activity to accommodate
       changes of program or method of working made at his own discretion subject to
       condition that Price in the Activity Schedule and completion date is not altered.
       When the Contractor makes such changes to the Activity Schedule it is required
       to inform in writing such changes/amendments to Employer before actually
       putting in practice.

36.0   Cash Flow Forecasts

           When the program or Activity schedule is updated the Contractor is to
           provide the Employer with an updated cash flow forecast.
37.0   Payment Terms

       37.1   All payments due to the Contractor shall be paid only by „Account
              Payee” cheque.

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a)    The Contractor shall present every month his Invoice for items supplied
      installed/tested/commissioned as per activity schedule for the works
      commissioned in the preceding month. After verification by the Employer
      all items having financial value shall be entered and certified in Employers
      Measurement book by the Engineer and the Invoices prepared based on
      the same and relevant technical documents, which form part of this Bid
      specification. Running Bill payment up to 90% of the       contract    rates
      towards items supplied, installed, tested & commissioned as per activity
      schedule after making adjustment for        incomplete work(s) will be
      arranged.
b)    Retention of 10% as covered under clause 41 below.

c)     In a nutshell MSEDCL shall make payment to successful bidder by way of
       invoicing as per following :
Sr.   Nature           of % of total Payable on submission of Documents to
No.   payment               price      as MSEDCL/Completion of Formalities
                            indicated at
                            Article 3.6

1.    Monthly running      90 % of         Successful Bidder‟s invoice in
      Bill                 invoice          triplicate
                                           Commissioning certificate issued
                                            by Employer‟s site representative
                                            not below the rank of Executive
                                            Engineer.
                                           Recording of M.B. as per clause
                                            in tender document of General
                                            terms and conditions.

2.    Retention              10%            5% shall be released after issue
                                            of completion certificate by the
                                            representative of Employer not
                                            below the rank of Executive
                                            Engineer       (Entire       Project
                                            completion) & after recording of
                                            M.B.    &   after    effecting    all
                                            recoveries due from Contractor.
                                            Balance 5% shall be released
                                            after completion of the defect
                                            Liability period and duly certified
                                            by the Employer site Authority
                                            not below the rank of Executive
                                            Engineer and after submission of
                                            „No Claim Certificate by the
                                            Bidder.

d)    Work is to be measured as per standard procedure. The measurement
      shall be taken jointly by persons duly authorized by the Employer and by
      the Contractor.
e)    If, at any time due to any reasons whatsoever, it becomes necessary to
      re-measure the work done in full or in part, the expense towards such
      measurement shall be borne by the Contractor.
f)    The Contractor shall bear the expenditure involved if any in making
      measurement. The Contractor shall, without extra charges, provide all
      assistance with appliances and other things necessary for measurement.
g)    The measurement entered in “Measurement Books” and bills prepared
      shall be signed and dated by both the contracting parties.

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       h)     The Contractor will be intimated in writing by the Engineer the proposed
              date of measurement. If the Contractor does not turn up at the scheduled
              time, the Engineer shall have the powers to proceed by himself to take
              measurement in which case the measurement taken by Engineer shall be
              accepted by the Contractor as final.
       i)     Passing of measurement as per bills does not amount to acceptance of the
              completion of the work mentioned. Any left out work has to be completed
              if pointed out at a latter date by the Engineer.
       j)     The Contractor shall be directly responsible for payment of wages to his
              workmen. A Payroll sheet giving all the payment given to the workers and
              duly signed by the Contractor‟s representative should be furnished to
              Engineer for record purpose every month.
       k)     The Employer shall make the payment for the works direct to the
              Contractor.

       37.2   The Contractor shall submit to the Employer monthly payment application
              as per Sample Form-H for payments indicating value of the work
              completed less the cumulative amount certified/paid previously.

       37.3   The Superintending Engineer, Urban Circle, MSEDCL, Nashik or a
              person(s) authorised by him shall check the Contractor‟s monthly
              statement and certify the amount to be paid to the Contractor.

       37.4   The Superintending Engineer, MSEDCL, Urban Circle, Nashik or a
              person(s) duly authorised by him shall determine the value of work
              completed by the Contractor.

       37.5   The value of work completed comprises the value of completed activities in
              the Activity Schedule.

       37.6   The value of work completed includes the valuation of Variations,
              deductions towards advance & retention.

       37.7   The Superintending Engineer, MSEDCL, Urban Circle, Nashik, or a
              person(s) duly authorized by him may exclude any item certified in a
              previous certificate or reduce the proportion of any item previously
              certified in any certificate in the light of later information.

38.0   Mode of Payment

       38.1   The Superintending Engineer, Urban Circle, MSEDCL, Nashik or the officer
              nominated by him, is to pay the Contractor the amounts certified by the
              concerned field Engineer within 30 calendar days of the date of such bill
              submission subject to availability of funds. No interest is payable by the
              Employer for period exceeding as stated above.

       38.2   If an amount certified is increased in a later certificate as a result of an
              award by the Court, the payment to the Contractor will be made
              accordingly.

39.0   RETENTION:

       39.1   The Employer is to retain 10 % from each payment due to the Contractor
              as stated in the Contract Data.

       39.2   5% shall be released after issue of completion certificate by the
              representative of Employer not below the rank of Executive Engineer

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                (Entire Project completion) & after recording of M.B. & after effecting all
                recoveries due from Contractor.

         39.3   Balance 5% shall be released after completion of the defect Liability period
                and duly certified by the Employer site Authority not below the rank of
                Executive Engineer and after submission of „No Claim‟ Certificate by the
                Bidder.

40.0     LIQUIDATED DAMAGES:

         40.1   If the Contractor fails to complete all the works within the time frame
                stipulated as completion period or within extension of time granted by the
                Employer, the Employer shall levy liquidated damages for breach of
                contract without prejudice to any other rights and /or remedies provided
                for the contract.

         40.2   The liquidated damages shall be levied @ ½ % (Half percent) of the
                contract price per week of delay subject to maximum 10 (Ten) % of the
                contract price for balance scope of work and the completed work, which
                cannot be used for the benefit of MSEDCL. In case of such maximum
                delay, the Employer may terminate the contract and Employer at the risk
                and cost of the Contractor complete the balance work.

41.0     PERFORMANCE SECURITY:

41.1            The performance guarantee        shall   cover   additionally   the   following
                guarantee to the Employer:-

                 “The Contractor guarantees that the equipment installed by him shall be
                free from all defects in materials/workmanship and shall, upon written
                notice from the Employer, fully remedy free of expenses to the Employer
                such defects that are attributable to the Contractor within the period of
                guarantee specified in the relevant clause of the Contract.”

41.2            The Contract performance Guarantee is intended to secure the
                performance of the entire Contract. However, it is not to be construed as
                limiting the damages stipulated in other clauses of the Contract.

41.3            If there is no reason to retain the performance security, the performance
                security is to be returned by the Employer after the issue of Completion
                Certificate.

41.4            The Employer is to notify the Contractor of any claim made against the
                bank issuing security.

41.5            The Employer may adjust against the security, any claim, of MSEDCL.

41.6            The Employer is not liable to pay any interest or compensation to the
                Contractor for retaining the performance Guarantee after the end of the
                guarantee period.

41.7.1          Termination of contract due to contractor‟s default mentioned in this
                agreement or variation in the scope of work shall not entitle the Contractor
                to reduce the value of the performance guarantee nor the time thereof.
                The performance guarantee shall be valid for the full value and for the full
                period of Contract including guaranty period.


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41.8    The Performance Security will be forfeited in case of following :
              1)    If, Bidder does not commence the work.
              2)    If the Bidder does not follow the stipulated Time schedule & which
                    result in project held up.
              3)    If the contract is terminated due to the reasons attributable to the
                    Contractor.

42.0   COST OF REPAIRS:

              Loss or damage to the Works or materials to be incorporated in the Works
              between the Start Date and the end of the final Defects Correction periods
              is to the Contractor‟s Account.

E.     FINISHING THE CONTRACT

43.0   SUCCESSFUL COMMISSIONING

43.1   The Successful Commissioning of the project shall imply completion of the
       following events:

       (i)    Completion of all works at site as per Contract Document.
       (ii)   Successful test charging of the allied equipment.

43.2   Commissioning certificate shall be issued by Employer to successful bidder. In
       case the project is ready for commissioning but cannot be commissioned for
       reasons attributable to MSEDCL, the project shall be deemed to have been
       commissioned and commissioning certificate shall be issued to successful
       bidder.

44.0   COMPLETION CERTIFICATE
       The Employer is to issue a certificate certifying Completion to the Contractor
       when Employer decides that the work is completed. The completion certificate
       shall be normally issued within 8 days from the Completion date.

45.0   TAKING OVER

       The Engineer will take over the Site and the Works within seven days from the
       date the Superintending Engineer issuing a certificate of completion.

46.0   FINAL ACCOUNT
       The Contractor is to supply to the Employer a detailed account of the total
       amount which he considers is payable to him under the Contract before the end
               of the Defects Liability Period. The Employer is to certify any final
       payment,      which is due to the Contractor within 60 days of receiving the
       Contractor‟s account if it is correct and complete. If it is not, the Employer is to
       issue a       schedule that states the scope of corrections or additions that are
       necessary. If the Final Account is still unsatisfactory after it has been
       resubmitted, the     Employer is to decide on the amount payable to the
       Contractor.

47.0   DOCUMENTATION

47.1 Successful bidder shall submit copies of drawings / other technical documents to
Employer as mentioned below :
a)    Drawings for approval -
             3- copies of drawing for work as mentioned below :
             (i)     Equipment GA\Scheme Drawings
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               (ii)     Schematic Drawings.
               (iii)    Line/Cable Schedule
b)      Final Drawings –
        Copies of final/ as built drawings along with 1- set in Floppy/CD in AUTOCAD
        Package.
c)             Schedule of O&M manuals
d)             Schedule of key Personnel
e)             Site investigation data

47.2 Operation & maintenance Manuals

       47.2.1    Contractor shall supply all the Documents mentioned below within
                15 days prior to completion date as stated in the Contract Data.

       47.2.2   If the Contractor does not supply the manuals by the date stated in the
                  Contract Data, the Employer is to withhold a suitable amount from
                  payments due to the Contract.

48.0    TERMINATION

        48.1    If any of the following events shall have happened and be continuing, the
                Employer may terminate the Contract by giving 30 (thirty) days prior
                written notice to the Contractor.
        a)      The financing of the project is stopped by financiers due to any reasons
                there of.
        b)      On review of performance of the Contractor by the Employer, the
                Employer is not satisfied with the performance of the Contractor.

        48.2     If the Contract is terminated, the Contractor is to stop work
                immediately, make the Site safe and secure and leave the Site after
                handing over of the site to the Employer as soon as reasonably possible.

        48.3    The Employer may upon written notice of Contractor's default, terminate
                the contract in the circumstance detailed hereunder.

        48.3 If, in the opinion of the Employer, the Contractor fails to make completion
            of works within the time specified in the contract agreement      or within
            the extended period granted by the Employer.

        48.4 If, in the opinion of the Employer, the Contractor fails to comply with any
        of the other provision of the contract including technical requirement,  statutory
        provisions etc.

        48.5    In the event the Employer terminates the contract in whole or in part as
                provided above, the Employer reserves the right to get the work executed
                as deemed by the Employer to be similar to the one contracted for, upon
                such terms and in such manner as the Employer may deem proper and
                the Contractor shall be liable to the Employer for any additional cost for
                execution and completion of such works.

49.0    PAYMENT UPON TERMINATION

        49.1. If the Contract is terminated because of a fundamental breach of Contract
                by the Contractor, the Employer is to issue a certificate for the value of
                the work done and material ordered less payments received up to the date
                of the issue of the certificate and less the percentage of the value of the
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              work not completed. Liquidated Damages do not apply and Employer has a
              right to claim for loss and damages in respect of any delay incurred arising
              from the Breach. If the total amount due to the Employer exceeds any
              payment due to the Contractor the difference shall be a debt payable to
              the Employer.


       49.2   If the Contract is terminated at the Employer‟s convenience or because of
              fundamental breach of Contract by the Employer, the Employer is to issue
              a certificate for the value of the work done, materials ordered, the
              reasonable cost of removal of equipment, repatriation of the Contractor‟s
              personnel employed solely on the Works, and the Contractor‟s costs of
              protecting and securing the Works and less advance payments received up
              to the date of the certificate.


50.0   PROPERTY


              All materials on the Site, Plant, and Equipment owned by the Contractor,
              Temporary Works and Works are deemed to be the property of the
              Employer and are at his disposal if the Contract is terminated because of a
              fundamental breach of Contract by the Contractor.




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                                    SECTION 3

SAMPLE FORMS OF BID, QUALIFICATION INFORMATION, SECURITIES, LETTER
  OF ACCEPTANCE, CONTRACT AGREEMENT AND PAYMENT APPLICATION.


     (Bidders are advised to note the contents of the following Sample Forms, which
                          form the part of Bidding Document.)


                          Sample Form Description


       Form Number                          Description
      Form “A”         Bid Form.
      Form “B”         Qualification information.
      Form “C” & C1    Letter Of Acceptance/EMD form
      Form “D”         Contract Agreement.
      Form “E”         Unconditional Performance Security Bank
                       Guarantee.
      Form “F”         Payment Application.
      Form “G”         Joint Venture Agreement.



    Bidders should not complete unconditional performance security form &advance
    Application form at this time. Only the successful bidder will be required to
    provide performance security in accordance with the sample or in a similar form
    acceptable to the Employer.




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                                  SAMPLE FORM – A

                                                  Bid Form
                                                  BID NO.___________________
                                                  For Project._________

(On Bidder‟s Letterhead)
Name of the Project and identification No._____________________________

BID

To:
The Superintending Engineer (Urban Circle)
Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Co. Ltd.,
2nd Floor, Prosper Park, Near Shingada Talav,
Nashik - 01

GENTLEMEN

      I/We the undersigned have carefully examined and understood the bid
      documents. I/We hereby agree to design, test, supply, transport, construction,
      erection, testing and commissioning of Work errection 33 & 11KV CT & PT for
      Substation metering at various 33/11 KV S/Station in Urban Circle, Nashik and
      Cross over points under Urban Circle, Nashik and allied works as defined in the
      bid document, on “Turnkey basis” and hand over the completed works as
      described above in accordance with the conditions of the contract and other
      prices identified in the Contract Data accompanying the bid.
      This bid and your written acceptance shall be the basis for Contract Agreement.
      I/We understand that you are not bound to accept the lowest or any bid you
      receive or assign any reason therefore.
      I/We further agree to sign an agreement to abide by the General Conditions of
      Contract and carry out all works according to specific clauses.
      I/We, agree to keep this Bid open for acceptance for 90 days from the date of
      opening thereof and also agree not to make any modification in its terms and
      conditions on my/our own accord.

      Signed this day ______ of _____________2007.

                                                          Yours faithfully,

      Witness: _______________                            Signature:
            _______________

      Address:                                            Name
      Signature                                           Address of the company
      Date                                                Seal of the Company

      (To be filled in by the Bidder, together with his particulars and date of submission
      at the bottom of the Form of Bid.)




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                                    SAMPLE FORM - B
                                 (On Bidder‟s Letter head)


                                                     BID No.______________

                                 Qualification Information

         (The information to be filled in by the bidder in the following pages will be used
         for purposes of post qualification as provided for in Clause 3 of the instructions to
         Bidders.)
1.       For individual Bidders or Individual Members of Joint Venture
         1.1    Constitution or Legal status of Bidder (Attach copy)

                Place of registration:        _____________________

                Principal place of business: _____________________

                Power of attorney of signatory
                Of bid (Attach copy)
                                     ______________________________________
         1.2    Total annual volume of      Years   Turnkey * Construction **
                Works performed in last     ________________________________
                Three years                   1         2                  ___

                                         2004-2005   _________     ___________

                                         2005-2006   _________     ___________

                          April 2006 - March-2007 _________        ___________

1.3      The following items of Contractor‟s Equipment are essential for carrying out the
         Works. The bidder should list all the information requested below:

     Item of Equipment.             Make & Age            Condition.
                                      (Years)        (New/Good/Poor, Not
                                                          Available)
     Civil construction
     equipment.
     Material Handling equipment
     Testing / commissioning of
     the equipment.

1.4    Qualification and experience of key personnel proposed for administration and
       execution of the contract. Attach details
          Position                 Name            Years of           Years of
                                                 Experience      Experience in the
                                                  (General)      proposed position.
 Project Manager
 Field Engineer
 Supervisor
 Engineer etc.




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1.5      Proposed sub-contracts and firms involved

      Section of the works.     Value of Sub    Sub Contractors Name          Experience in
                                 Contract.           & Address.               similar Works.
 I
 II
 III

     Activity of the activity schedule decided to be assigned.
Note The Bidder may note that the Sub-Contractor(s) intended to be deployed as listed
     above can be changed only with the approval of Employer.

1.6      Financial reports for the last three years, balance sheets, profit and loss account,
         auditor‟s reports, etc. List them below and attach copies.
         I)
         II)
         III)
         IV)

1.7      Evidence of access to financial resources to meet the qualification requirements,
         cash in hand, net working capital, lines of credit etc. List them below and attach
         copies of support documents.
         I)
         II)
         III)
         IV)

1.8      Name, address, and telephone, telex and fax numbers of the bidders‟ bankers
         who may provide reference if contacted by the Employer.
         I)
         II)
         III)
         IV)

1.9      Information on current litigation in which the bidder is involved.

         Names of Parties involved.       Cause of Dispute.      Amount Involved.
         I
         II
         III

1.10     Statement of compliance with the requirements of Sub-Clause 3.4(I) of the
         Instructions to Bidders.

1.11     Proposed work method and schedule. The bidder should attach description,
         drawings, and charts as necessary to comply with the requirements of the bidding
         documents.

2.0      For Joint Ventures
2.1      The information listed in 1.1 - 1.11 above shall be provided for each member of
         the joint Venture.
2.2      Attach the power of attorney of the signatory (s) of the bid authorizing him
         (them) to sign the bid on behalf of the joint venture.

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2.3      Attach the Agreement among all members of the joint venture (and which is
         legally binding on all members), which shows that
         a)      All members shall be jointly and severely liable for the execution of the
                 Contract in accordance with the Contract terms.
         b)      One of the members will be nominated as being in charge, authorised to
                 incur liabilities and receive instructions for and on behalf of any and all
                 members of the joint venture; and
         c)      The execution of the entire Contract including payment shall be done
                 exclusively with the member in charge

3.0      Declaration

         The following declaration as to the eligibility of goods to be covered under the
         contract signed and dated by Contractor shall be attached to the bid.

         “I, the undersigned hereby certify that, the major goods such as 33 kV CT,
         33 kV PT , control cable to be supplied are produced in (Name of the eligible
         source company (manufacturer)) & are confirming to the Technical Specifications
         of this Bid.

         The material to be used should be of the make approved by the MSEDCL and the
         method of construction should be as per the standard method of construction
         approved by MSEDCL & adhering to relevant Acts & rules in force.

         The bidder should emboss the            major      materials   suitably   in   format
            “MSEDCL/NUC/T-I/07-08/12

         I, the undersigned hereby certify that (name of the Contractor)) has been
         incorporated and registered in (name of the eligible source state), has its
         appropriate facilities for producing or providing the goods and services in (name
         of eligible source) and actually conducts its business there”.



                                            Signature

                                            Name & designation

Date:                                       Name of Co.

Place:                                      Address




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                                    SAMPLE FORM –C
                                  Letter of Acceptance
                               (On Employer‟s Letterhead)
                                                                     By Regd Post A/D

Contract No. ---------------        Date

To: __________ (Name and address of the Contractor)


Dear Sirs,

       This is to notify you that your bid dated ______for turnkey execution of “the
Works” design, Shop test, supply, transport, construction, erection, testing and
commissioning of 33 & 11KV CT & PT for Substation metering at various 33/11
KV S/Station in Urban Circle, Nashik and Cross over points under Urban Circle,
Nashik and allied works as defined in the bid document for Contract Price (amount in
figures and words), as corrected and modified in accordance with the instructions to
Bidders is hereby accepted by us.

You are advised to submit performance security within 8 days and sign a contract
agreement within 8 days from the date of this letter.

You are hereby instructed to proceed with preparation for the said Works in accordance
with the Contract documents as listed in the Contract Data attached hereto.


Yours faithfully,



Signature

Name

Title

Employer

(Signature, name and title of signatory Authorised to sign on behalf of the Employer)

Copy to:
       1. The Executive Engineer, MSEDCL, ----------- Division.
       2. Accounts Officer (----------), ----------.




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                                  SAMPLE FORM -D


       CONTRACT No.:_______________________________


                            CONTRACT AGREEMENT
             (To be executed on Rs.100/- non-judicial stamp paper)


This agreement made on this ____Day of _______ , Two Thousand Seven between
Superintending Engineer, ______Circle Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Co. Ltd.
( a corporation constituted under Electricity (Supply) Act 1948) having its office at
______________________________________ (hereinafter referred to as “Employer” or
“MSEDCL” which expression shall unless repugnant to the context or meaning thereof
include its successors and assigns) of the one part and M/s __________registered under
_________ act having its registered office at ______________________________
(hereinafter referred to as the “Contractor” or “M/S______________” which expression
shall unless repugnant to the context or meaning thereof include its successors and
permitted assigns) of the other part.

WHEREAS

a) Employer desires to design, Shop Test, supply, transport, construction, erection,
   testing and commissioning of 33 & 11KV CT & PT for Substation metering at
   various 33/11 KV S/Station in Urban Circle, Nashik and Cross over points
   under Urban Circle, Nashik and allied works on turnkey basis as defined in the
   bid documents hereinafter called the “Project”, invited tenders as per tender o.
   ______________________________ from the qualified bidders for design,
   engineering, supply of all equipment/ materials, the associated civil works,
   unloading, storage, handling at site, erection, testing, and commissioning of the
   above works hereinafter compendiously referred to as the “Turn key Project Work”.

b) In response to above, M/S_____ submitted its offer vide offer no.
   ________dtd.______ to the Employer , which was opened on date __________ .
c) MSEDCL has accepted M/s. ________‟s aforesaid offer and issued a Letter of Intent
   to M/s. __________ as per its letter No.______________________________dated
   _________ for supply of all equipment/ materials, the associated civil works,
   unloading, storage, handling at site, erection, testing, commissioning of the above
   Project      work      for       the        sum        of     Rs.______________in
   words(Rs._____________________only) Hereinafter, he Contract price.

d) The parties hereto have executed this agreement as per the terms and conditions of
   the contract.

Now therefore this agreement Witnessed s under :




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Article 1.0          AWARD OF CONTRACT


1.1 MSEDCL confirms that it has awarded to M/S_______ and M/S_______ agrees to
    carry out the Contract for the above Project Work including the design, Shop Test,
    supply, transport, construction, erection, testing and commissioning of 33 & 11KV
    CT & PT for Substation metering at various 33/11 KV S/Station in Urban
    Circle, Nashik and Cross over points under Urban Circle, Nashik and allied
    works on turnkey basis, as defined in the bid documents on terms and conditions
    contained          in       MSEDCL‟s          letter      of       Intent      No.
    __________________________________ dated ___________ and the documents
    referred to therein. The award has taken effect from ________ the date of issuance
    of the aforesaid Letter of Award. The terms and expressions used in this Agreement
    shall have the same meaning as are assigned to them in the “Contract Document”
    referred to in the succeeding Article.


1.2 The scope of works will be broadly as under:


a) The design, Shop Test, supply, transport, construction, erection, testing and
   commissioning 11KV CT & PT for Substation metering at various 33/11 KV S/Station
   in Urban Circle, Nashik and Cross over points under Urban Circle, Nashik and allied
   works on turnkey basis in as per Activity schedule and specifications as per Tender
   document.


b) All associated civil works for the construction of the above works as per Activity
   schedule and specifications as per Tender document.


c) Services i.e. Erection, testing and commissioning of all the necessary equipment for
   the construction of the above works as per Activity schedule and specifications as per
   Tender document.


d) The material to be used should be of the make approved by the MSEDCL and
   the method of construction should be as per standard method of
   construction approved by MSEDCL & adhering to the relevant Acts & Rules in
   force.




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Article 2.0           CONTRACT AGREEMENT


The obligations set forth in this Agreement shall be duly performed strictly as per the
terms and conditions stipulated herein and in the following documents (hereinafter
collectively referred to as “Contract Document”)
       2.1    General Terms and Conditions as per volume-I and Tender
              Specifications as per volume – II including the following amendments
              and replies to queries.


              Corrigendum No. I no ___________ (if any)


       2.2    ANNEXURE A (hereto).


         a) M/S_______‟s         offer     reference       _____________________dated
              ___________(including Technical & Price Bids), M/S______‟s letters ref.
              _______________ dated__________.
         b) All the letters issued by Employer to M/S_________ and vice versa from
              ___________, till date of signing of this contract agreement irrespective of
              whether listed above .




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2.3    ANNEXURE – B.

         Employer‟s Award letter no. ___________________________ dated
         _________, and M/S________‟s acceptance letter no._______________ dated
         ___________ .


2.4    ANNEXURE – C
       Activity schedule with Price break up.

2.5    This agreement.

Article 3.0          CONDITIONS AND COVENANTS

3.1    The obligations set forth in this Agreement shall be duly performed by the
       Contractor strictly and faithfully in accordance with the terms of the Contract
       Document.

3.2    Time Schedule: Time is the essence of Contract and schedule shall be strictly
       adhered by M/S ____________shall perform the work in accordance with the
       agreed schedule.

3.3    INSPECTION

3.3.1 M/S_______will inform schedule of acceptance testing and routine testing & other
      tests of all equipments as per MSEDCL‟s standard practice to Employer giving 8
      days advance notice. Employer may depute its representatives for witnessing the
      tests, if desired.

3.3.2 It is expressly agreed to by the Contractor that the quality tests and inspection by
      the Employer shall not in any way relieve the Contractor of their responsibilities
      for quality standards, performance guarantee and other obligations under this
      Agreement.

Article 3.4   PROJECT REVIEW MEETINGS

       Project Review co-ordination meetings between Employer & M/S______ shall be
       conducted on weekly basis at location decided by Employer. This is in addition to
       the relevant clause of Tender Document.

Article 3. 5 DOCUMENTATION
3.5.1 M/S______ shall submit copies of drawings / other technical documents to
       Employer as mentioned below :
c)     Drawing for approval -
       3- copies of drawing for each location as mentioned below :-
              i)      Equipment GA\ Scheme Drawings
              ii)     Schematic Drawings.
              iii)    Line/Cable Schedule

d)      Final Drawings –
       Copies of final/ as built drawings along with 1- set in Floppy/CD in AUTOCAD
       Package.
       i)     Schedule of O&M manuals
       ii)    Schedule of key Personnel
       iii)   Site investigation data

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Article 3.6          CONTRACT PRICE

3.6.1 The lump sum contract price for Project Engineering and Equipment and cost of
      mandatory spares inclusive of all taxes and duties shall be Rs.________.

3.6.2 The contract price includes all taxes and duties, inclusive of Corporate tax,
      Income tax, Service tax, Excise Duty, other Levies, Fees, Cess Deposit etc.
      whatsoever, and the Employer shall not be liable for payment of any such taxes
      or duties.

3.6.3 In the event of any changes on account of value added tax by the Govt. after the
      date of submission of the Bid till the commencing of contract, the benefit out of
      such change shall be passed on to either of the parties.

3.6.4 The contract is to be treated as a non-divisible contract, which includes all
      applicable taxes, duties, etc as indicated above and no concessional forms such
      as „E‟, „C‟ etc. will be issued to the contractor.

4.1    Quantity Variation

      The contract price for supply of equipment and erection, is based on the quantity
      of individual activity/item furnished in the price bid. In case of variation in the
      quantity of any activity/item, the price of these items shall be paid as per the unit
      rates quoted by M/S___________ after the approval of competent authority. The
      contract shall be suitably amended to take care of these variations.


4.2   Variation in Civil Works

      The price towards civil works shall be paid as per the actual, based on the unit
      rates as per price bid , after taking joint measurement during the execution stage
      and with due approval from competent authority. The contract shall be suitably
      amended if any change in contract value is noticed.

4.3 Maharashtra Works Contract Tax (WCT) @4% ( As applicable at the time of
    submission of the tender) has been included for the entire contract value
    including supply of all material of M/S_______ make and bought out equipment
    and civil works. Any statutory variation in the WCT rate during execution of
    works shall be to the account of M/S_________.


Article 5.0          TERMS OF PAYMENT

5.1 Payments will be made as per the item rate specified in the activity schedule of
    volume III for actual quantity executed and successfully commissioned.
    All payment due to the Contractor shall paid only by „ account payee „ cheque.
    MSEDCL shall make payment to M/S______ by way of invoicing as per the following




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       Sr     Nature of   % of total        Payable on submission of Documents to
       No     payment     price      as     MSEDCL/Completion of Formalities
                          indicated  at
                          Article3.6

       1       Monthly    90 % of invoice      M/S_____________‟s invoice in triplicate
               running                         Commissioning     certificate  issued  by
                 Bill                           Employer‟s site representative not below
                                                the rank of Executive Engineer .
                                               Recording of M.B. as per clause in tender
                                                document     of    General    terms   and
                                                conditions.

       2      Retention                         5% shall be released after issue of
                             10 %               completion      certificate   by       the
                                                representative of Employer not below the
                                                rank of Executive Engineer (Entire Project
                                                completion) & after recording of M.B. &
                                                after effecting all recoveries due from
                                                Contractor.
                                                Balance 5% shall be released after
                                                completion of the defect Liability period
                                                and duly certified by the Employer site
                                                Authority not below the rank of Executive
                                                Engineer and „No Claim Certificate„by the
                                                Bidder .

      All the Terms & conditions of payment as per tender document and amendment
      letter no ________________DTD _______ shall be applicable.
      All the above payments shall be released by the Superintending Engineer, Urban
      Circle, MSEDCL, Nashik.

5.2   Tax Deductions at Source (TDS)

5.2.1 TDS towards income tax shall be deducted, from the payment of contract value
      as per the rate applicable. PAN No. shall be informed.

5.2.2 TDS towards Value Added Tax shall be deducted, from the payment of contract
      value as per the rate applicable VAT No. may be informed.

Article 6.0     COMPLETION SCHEDULE

6.1     The time stipulated in the contract for the completion of works shall be deemed
to be the essence of the contract. The contractor shall, so organize his resources and
perform his work as to complete it not later than the date agreed to. The completion
schedule is 1 (One) month from the Start date.

6.2 Contract Agreement should be executed within 8 days from date of issue of
    LOA.

6.3 The Employer may extend the Completion Date in the event of a Variation which
makes it impossible for Completion to be achieved by the Completion Date without the
Contractor taking steps to accelerate the remaining work and which would cause him to
incur additional cost.


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6.4    The Employer is to decide whether and by how much to extend the Completion
       Date within 21 days of the Contractor asking him to decide upon the effect of
       variation and submitting full supporting information. If the Contractor has failed
       to give early warning of a delay or has failed to co-operate in dealing with a
       delay, the delay by his failure is not considered in assessing the new Completion
       Date.

6.7 COMPLETION CERTIFICATE

       The Employer is to issue a certificate certifying Completion to the Contractor
       when Employer decides that the work is completed.
       The completion certificate shall be normally issued within 3 weeks from the
       Completion date.

6.8    TAKING OVER

       The Engineer will take over the Site and the Works within seven days from the
       date the Superintending Engineer, issuing a certificate of Completion.

6.9    FINAL ACCOUNT
        The Contractor is to supply to the Employer a detailed account of the total
       amount which he considers is payable to him under the Contract before the end
       of the Defects Notice Period. The Employer is to certify any final payment, which
       is due to the Contractor within 60 days of receiving the Contractor‟s account if it
       is correct and complete. If it is not, the Employer is to issue a schedule that
       states the scope of corrections or additions that are necessary. If the Final
       Account is still unsatisfactory after it has been resubmitted, the Employer is to
       decide on the amount payable to the Contractor.


6.10   OPERATION AND MAINTANCE MANUALS

6.10.1 Contractor shall supply operation and Maintenance manuals within 15 days prior
       to completion date as stated in the Contract Data.

6.10.2 If the Contractor does not supply the manuals by the date stated in the Contract
      Data, the Employer is to withhold a suitable amount from payments due to the
      Contract.


7.0    SUCCESSFUL COMMISSIONING

7.1    The Successful Commissioning of the project shall imply completion of the
       following events:

       (iii)   Completion of all works at site as per Contract Document
       (iv)    Successful test charging of the allied equipment

7.2    Commissioning certificate shall be issued by Employer to M/S___________.
        In case the project is ready for commissioning but cannot be commissioned for
       reasons attributable to MSEDCL, the project shall be deemed to have been
       commissioned     and     commissioning     certificate  shall  be  issued   to
       M/S___________.




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8       TERMINATION

8.1    If any of the following events shall have happened and be continuing, the Employer
       may terminate the Contract by giving 30 (thirty) days prior written notice to the
       Contractor.

        a)     The financing of the project is stopped by financiers due to any reasons
               there of.

        b)     On review of performance of the Contractor by the Employer, the
               Employer is not satisfied with the performance of the Contractor.

8.2   If    the   Contract    is  terminated,    the   Contractor    is  to  stop   work
      immediately, make the Site safe and secure and leave the Site after handing over
      of the site to the Employer as soon as reasonably possible.
8.3 The Employer may upon written notice of Contractor's default, terminate the
      contract in the circumstance detailed hereunder.
8.4 If, in the opinion of the Employer, the Contractor fails to make    completion     of
      works within the time specified in the contract agreement or within the extended
      period granted by the Employer.
8.5    If, in the opinion of the Employer, the Contractor fails to comply with any of the
       other provision of the contract including technical requirement, statutory
       provisions etc.
8.6 In the event the Employer terminates the contract in whole or in part as
    provided above, the Employer reserves the right to get the work executed as deemed
    by the Employer to be similar to the one contracted for at the risk and cost of the
    contract, upon such terms and in such manner as the Employer may deem proper
    and the Contractor shall be liable to the Employer for any additional cost for
    execution and completion of such works.

9       PAYMENT UPON TERMINATION

9.1     If the Contract is terminated because of a fundamental breach of Contract by the
        Contractor, the Employer is to issue a certificate for the value of the work done
        and material ordered less payments received up to the date of the issue of the
        certificate and less the percentage of the value of the work not completed.
        Liquidated Damages do not apply and Employer has a right to claim for loss and
        damages in respect of any delay incurred arising from the breach. If the total
        amount due to the Employer exceeds any payment due to the Contractor the
        difference shall be a debt payable to the Employer.

9.2     If the Contract is terminated at the Employer‟s convenience or because of
        fundamental breach of Contract by the Employer, the Employer is to issue a
        certificate for the value of the work done, materials ordered, the reasonable cost
        of removal of equipment, repatriation of the Contractor‟s personnel employed
        solely on the Works, and the Contractor‟s costs of protecting and securing the
        Works and less advance payments received up to the date of the certificate.

Article 10.0 FORCE MAJEURE

10.1    The following clauses which substantially affect the performance of the
        contract shall only be considered, as force majeure conditions.

        The acts of God, strikes, lock-outs, or other industrial disturbances, acts of the
        public enemy wars, blockades, insurrection, riots, epidemics, landslides,
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       earthquakes, storms, lightning, floods, washouts, civil disturbances, explosions,
       and any other similar events, not within the control of either party and which by
       the exercise of due diligence neither party is able to overcome.

       Provided the party affected by the „Force Majeure‟ shall within fifteen (15) days
       from the occurrence of such a cause, notify the other party in writing of such
       cause with sufficient documentary proof.

10.2   The Contractor or the Employer shall not be liable for delays in performing their
       respective obligations resulting from any force majeure causes as defined above.

10.3   In case of damage or destruction of any property or equipment belonging to the
       Contractor due to „Force Majeure‟ clauses, the employer shall not be liable for the
       same.

Article 11.0 ASSIGNMENT AND SUBLETTING OF CONTRACT

11.1   The Contractor shall not assign the Contract or any part thereof or any benefit or
       interest therein or there under without the prior written consent of the Employer.

11.2   The Contractor shall not sublet any part of the works without prior written
       consent of the Employer.

11.3   Such consent, if given, shall not relieve the Contractor from any liability or
       obligation under the Contract and he shall be responsible for the acts, defaults
       and neglects of any subcontractor, his agents, servants or workmen as fully as if
       those were the acts, defaults, and neglects of the Contractor, his agents, servants
       or workmen.

11.4   The engineer shall have the right to obtain from the Contractor any agreement in
       writing entered into by the Contractor with any of his sub-Contractors or any
       purchase orders placed for supplies and services in respect of the works included
       in the Contract provided that the Contractor shall not be bound to disclose the
       sub Contract value. The Contractor shall supply the engineer with full technical
       and commercial details of orders placed on his sub-Contractors. The technical
       specification of all the items ordered on sub-Contractor shall be subject to the
       approval of engineer.

Article 12.0 PERFORMANCE GUARANTEE (PG) IN LIEU OF SECURITY DEPOSIT.

12.1   Within 8 calendar days of receipt of the Letter of award from the Employer, the
       successful bidder shall furnish to the Employer a performance security as per
       Form E in the form of a bank guarantee for an amount equivalent to Ten
       percent (10 %) of the Contract Price.

12.2   The performance security is to be provided by the successful bidder in the form a
       bank guarantee issued by a nationalised/Scheduled bank having branch in
       the Maharastra.

12.3    Failure of the successful bidder to comply with the requirements of Sub- Clause
       12.1 & 12.2 shall constitute sufficient grounds for cancellation of the award and
       forfeiture of the EMD.

12.4   The performance guarantee shall cover additionally the following guarantee to
       the Employer:-

       “The Contractor guarantees that the equipment installed by him shall be free
       from all defects in materials/workmanship and shall, upon written notice from the
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        Employer, fully remedy free of expenses to the Employer such defects that are
        attributable to the Contractor within the period of guarantee specified in the
        relevant clause of the Contract.”


12.5    The Contract performance Guarantee is intended to secure the performance of
        the entire Contract. However, it is not to be construed as limiting the damages
        stipulated in other clauses of the Contract.

12.6    If there is no reason to retain the performance security, the performance
        security is to be returned by the Employer after the issue of Completion
        Certificate.

12.7    The Employer is to notify the Contractor of any claim made against the bank
        issuing security.

12.8    The Employer may adjust against the security, any claim, of MSEDCL.

12.9    The Performance Security will be forfeited in case of following :
              1) If, Bidder does not commence the work.
              2) If the Bidder does not follow the stipulated Time schedule & which
              result in project held up.
              3) If the contract is terminated due to the reasons attributable to the
              Contractor.

12.10    The Employer is not liable to pay any interest or compensation to the
        Contractor for retaining the performance Guarantee after the end of the
        guarantee period.

12.10.1 Termination of contract due to contractor‟s default mentioned in this agreement
       or variation in the scope of work shall not entitle the Contractor to reduce the
       value of the performance guarantee nor the time thereof. The performance
       guarantee shall be valid for the full value and for the full period of Contract
       including guaranty period.

Article 13.0          LIQUIDATED DAMAGES

13.1    If the Contractor fails to complete all the works within the time frame stipulated
        as completion period or within extension of time granted by the Employer, the
        Employer shall levy liquidated damages for breach of contract without prejudice
        to any other rights and /or remedies provided for the contract.

13.2    The liquidated damages shall be levied @ ½ % (Half percent) of the contract
        price per week of delay subject to maximum 10 (Ten) % of the contract price for
        balance scope of work and the completed work , which cannot be used for the
        benefit of MSEDCL. In case of such maximum delay, the contract may be
        terminated by the Employer and the balance work shall be completed by the
        Employer at the risk and cost of the Contractor.

Article 14.0          SECURITY

        The Contractor shall have total responsibility for all equipment and materials in
        his custody stored, loose, semi-assembled and/or erected by him at site. The
        Contractor shall make suitable security arrangements to ensure the protection of
        all materials, equipment and works from theft, fire, pilferage and any other
        damages and loss. All materials of the Contractor shall enter and leave the work
        site only with the written permission of the engineer in the prescribed manner. It

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       shall be the responsibility of the Contractor to arrange for security till the works
       are finally taken over by the Engineer.

Article 15.0          GUARANTEE
15.1    The Contractor shall guarantee that the equipments/materials will be new and in
        accordance with the contract documents and will be free from defects in material
        and workmanship for a period of 5 years from the date of final acceptance of the
        works by the employer. Any defects developed due to defective materials and /
        or workmanship during testing and commissioning of the equipments or during
        the guarantee period of 5 years from the date of final acceptance of works by
        the employer shall be rectified or made good by the Contractor at his own cost.
        The contractor‟s liability shall be limited to repair/replacement of any defective
        part in the equipment of his own manufacture or those of his sub Contractor and
        arising from faulty design, materials and / or workmanship. All costs for the
        repair and / or replacement of defective parts such as dismantling, re-erection,
        supply, transportation, etc shall be to the account of contractor.

15.2    No repairs or replacement shall normally be carried out by the Engineer when
        the plant is under supervision of Contractor‟s supervisor. In the event of an
        emergency, where, in the judgment of Engineer, delay would cause serious loss
        or damage, repairs or adjustment may be made by the Engineer or a third party
        chosen by the Engineer without advance notice to the contractor and the cost of
        such work shall be paid by the contractor. In the event of such action taken by
        the Engineer, the Contractor will be notified promptly and he shall assist
        wherever possible in making the necessary corrections. This shall not relieve the
        Contractor‟s liability under the terms and conditions of the contract.

15.3   If it becomes necessary for the Contractor to replace or renew any defective
       portion of the plant under this clause, the provision of this clause shall apply to
       the portion of the plant so replaced or renewed until the expiry of 5 years from
       the date of such replacement or renewal.

15.4   The acceptance of the works by the Engineer shall in no way relieve the
       Contractor of his obligation under this clause.

15.5 If at any time during the guarantee period, it shall appear to the Engineer that
    any work has been executed with unsound, imperfect or unskillful workmanship or
    with materials of inferior quality or that any materials or articles provided by him for
    the execution of the work unsound or of a quality inferior to that contracted for or
    are otherwise not in accordance with the contract, it shall be lawful for the Engineer,
    notwithstanding the fact that the work or materials or articles complained of may
    have been inadvertently passed, certified and paid for the Contractor shall be found
    forthwith to rectify, to remove and reconstruct the work so specified in whole or in
    part, as the case may require, if so required to remove the materials or articles so
    specified and provided other proper and suitable materials or articles at his own
    charge and cost.

15.6    In the event of Contractor failing to remove the defect within time specified by
        the Engineer, the Employer may proceed to undertake the removal of such defect
       at the Contractor‟s Cost and Risk, without prejudice to any other rights and
       recover the same from performance bank guarantee / other dues.

15.7   The Contractor shall promptly provide adequate staff at sites during guarantee
       period to attend the defects, if any.




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Article 16.0          INSURANCE

16.1   The following insurance cover is to be provided by the Contractor in the joint
       names of the Employer and the Contractor for the period from the Start Date to
       the end of the Defects Notice Period or of the last Defects Correction Period
       whichever is the later.

a)     Full cover against damage to other people‟s property caused by the Contractor‟s
       acts or omissions.

b)     Covered against death or injury caused by the Contractor‟s acts or commission as
       per laws applicable in India to

       (i)     Anyone authorised to be on the Site.
       (ii)    Third parties who are not on the Site.

(c)    Full cover against theft and damages to the Works and materials during storage
       and construction.
       Contractor shall pursue the matters related to insurance claims in association with
       the Employer.

16.2   Policies and certificates for insurance are to be produced by the Contractor to the
       Employer for approval before the Start Date given in the Contract document and
       subsequently as the Employer may require.

16.3   Alterations to the terms of insurance may be made either with the approval of the
       Employer or as a result of general changes imposed by the Insurance Company
       with which the insurance policy is affected.

16.4   Both parties are to comply with any conditions of the Insurance policies.

16.5   The Contractor at his cost shall arrange, secure and maintain comprehensive
       insurance as may be necessary and for all such amounts to protect his interests
       and the interest of the Employer, against all risks. Any loss or damage to the
       equipment, during supply, handling, transporting, storage and erection, till such
       time the plant is commissioned by the Employer shall be to the account of the
       Contractor. The Contractor shall be responsible for lodging of all claims and make
       good for the damage or loss by way of repairs and/or replacement of the portion
       of the works damaged or lost. The transfer of title shall not in any way relieve
       the Contractor of the above responsibilities during the period of the Contract.

16.6   INDEMNIFICATION OF EMPLOYER

16.6.1 The Contractor shall insure all his personnel, tools and plants, etc. and shall also
       take a third party liability cover to indemnify the Employer of all liabilities which
       may come up due to any act or omission on the part of Contractor and cause
       harm/damage to other Contractor/representatives of Employer or all or anybody
       rendering service to the Employer or is connected with Employer‟s work in any
       manner whatsoever.

16.6.2 The Contractor shall necessarily indemnify the Employer in all these respects and
       the indemnification and insurance policy shall be to the approval of Engineer.

16.7   WORKMEN‟S COMPENSATION INSURANCE

       This insurance shall protect the Contractor against all claims applicable under the
       workmen‟s compensation Act 1948 or any amendment thereof. This policy shall
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        also cover the Contractor against claims for injury, disability, disease or death of
        his or his sub-Contractor‟s employees, which for any reason are not covered
        under the workmen‟s compensation Act 1948. The liabilities shall not be less
        than workmen‟s Compensation as per statutory provisions.

16.8    COMPREHENSIVE AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE
        This insurance shall in such a form to protect the Contractor against all claims for
        injuries, disability, disease and death to members of public including the
        Employer‟s men and damage to the property of others arising from the use of
        motor vehicle during, on or off the site operations, irrespective of the Ownership
        of such vehicles.

16.9 COMPREHENSIVE GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE
16.9.1 This insurance shall protect the Contractor against all claims arising from injuries,
       disabilities, disease or death of members of public or damage to property of
       others, due to any act or omission on the part of the Contractor, his agents, his
       employees, his representatives and sub-Contractors or from riots, strikes and civil
       commotion. This insurance shall also cover all the liabilities of the Contractor for
       defending of suits.

16.9.2 The hazards to be covered will pertain to all the areas and works which the
       Contractor, his sub-Contractors, his agents and his employees have to perform
       pursuant to the Contract.

16.9.3 The above are only illustrative list of insurance covers normally required
       and it will be the responsibility of the Contractor to maintain all
       necessary insurance coverage to the extent both in time and amount to
       take care of all his liabilities either direct or indirect.

Article 17.0          JURISDICTION OF CONTRACT

The laws applicable to this Agreement shall be the laws in force in India. The courts of
Nashik, India shall have exclusive jurisdiction in all matters arising under or on account
of this Agreement proceedings between the parties thereto.

The Agreement constitutes full and complete understanding between the parties and it
shall supersede the contents of all prior correspondence which are contrary or repugnant
to or inconsistent with the terms and conditions contained in the contract documents
including this agreement. Any modification of this Agreement shall be effected only by a
written instrument signed by the authorised representatives of both the parties.

In witnesses whereof, the parties thereto have through their duly authorised
representatives executed these presents at _______________ the day, month and year
first above mentioned.


                                             Superintending Engineer Urban Circle
M/S_____________________                     Mah.State Elect.Distribution Co.LTd.



Witness:                                     Witness:


   1)                                   1)
   2)                                   2)


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                                            ANNEXURE-C
                                    Activity Schedule with Tender Cost
                                                   Tender rate             Tender Amount
                                   Rate quoted
                          Esimated                                                    Total Amount
Sr.                 Qty                 by                               Errection
      Description           Rate                                                        (including
No.                                 Bidder(%) D=B*(100+C)/100 Material &commission
                                                                                     Transportation)
                                                                       ing Charges
                    A         B         C                                                 =A*D
1

2

3




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                                     SAMPLE FORM - E

                    PERFORMANCE SECURITY (BANK GUARANTEE)

1.To be executed on Rs.100 non-judicial stamp paper purchased in the name of
                                 issuing bank
   2. This Guarantee shall be valid until the date of issue of the Completion
                                  Certificate.

To
The Superintending Engineer,
---------- Circle, MSEDCL
---------------------------

WHEREAS        M/s    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
(hereinafter called “the Contractor”) has undertaken, in pursuance of Contract
No._______dated _______ for design, shop test, supply, transport, construction,
erection, testing and commissioning of 33 & 11KV CT & PT for Substation metering
at various 33/11 KV S/Station in Urban Circle, Nashik and Cross over points
under Urban Circle, Nashik and allied works in Nashik District as defined in the
bid document on turnkey basis.
AND WHEREAS it has been stipulated by you in the said Contract that the Contractor
shall furnish you with a Bank Guarantee by Scheduled / Nationalized bank for the sum
specified therein as security for compliance with his obligations in accordance with the
Contract.
AND WHEREAS we have agreed to give the Contractor such a Bank Guarantee;
NOW THEREFORE we hereby affirm that we are the Guarantor and responsible to you, on
behalf of the Contractor, up to a total of amount of guarantee) _____ (in words)
______, and we undertake to pay you, upon your first written demand and without cavil
or argument, any sum or sums within the limits of (amount of guarantee) as aforesaid
without your needing to prove or to show grounds or reasons for your demand for the
sum specified herein.
We hereby waive the necessity of your demanding the said debt from the Contractor
before presenting us with the demand.
We further agree that no change or addition to or other modification of the terms of the
Contract or of the Works to be performed there under or of any of the Contract
documents which may be made between you and the Contractor shall in any way release
us from any liability under this guarantee, and we hereby waive notice of any such
change, addition or modification.
This guarantee shall be valid upto & including date ________________.

SIGNATURE OF AUTHORISED SIGNATORY AND SEAL OF THE BANK:
Name of Bank     _______________
Address          _______________
Date             _______________

IN WITNESS WHEREOF THE SURETY HAS EXECUTED THIS DEED IN PRESENCE OF
WITNESS:               (Signature)

Name and Address.




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                                    SAMPLE FORM – F

                                 PAYMENT APPLICATION
Project

Equipment                    :              Date                    :

Name of Contractor           :              Contract No.            :

Contract Value               :              Contract Name           :

Unit reference               :              Application Serial Number:

To
The Superintending Engineer ( Urban Circle),
Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Co. Ltd.,
Nashik Maharashtra State.


Dear Sir,

Pursuant to the above-referred Contract dated _______ the undersigned hereby applies
for payment of the sum of ______ (Specify amount for which claim is made).

2.     The above amount is on account of (check whichever applicable)
       a) Progressive payment                   - (as per Contract Date)

       b) Final Payment

       As detailed in the attached schedule(s) which form an integral part of this
       application.

3.     The application consists of this page, a summary of claim statement and the
       following signed schedule.

       1.     _______________________
       2.     _______________________
       3.     ________________________

       (Please enlarge listing, if necessary)

The following documents are also enclosed.

       1.     ____________________________
       2.     ____________________________
       3.     ____________________________

       (Please enlarge listing, if necessary)


                                                            Signature of Contractor/
                                                               Authorised Signatory




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                                    SAMPLE FORM-G

                             JOINT VENTURE AGREEMENT

                 (On Non-Judicial Stamp Paper of Rs.100/- value)

 DEED OF JOINT VENTURE AGREEMENT TO BE EXECUTED BY THE MEMBER ALONGWITH
                    MEMBER-INCHARGE FOR EXECUTION OF

PROJECT No. __________________in ___________________State.

This DEED OF UNDERTAKING               executed        this           _____day           of
_________________TWO THOUSAND AND SEVEN by ______________having its
Registered office at _____________________________ (hereinafter called the Member
which expression shall include its successors, administrators, executors and permitted
assigns)      and     M/s.     _____________       having   its registered    office     at
_____________________ (hereinafter called the Member-in charge which expression
shall include its successors, administrators, executors and permitted assigns)) in favour
of The Superintending Engineer, Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Co. Ltd., ------
---- Circle, ---------- (hereinafter called the Employer).

WHEREAS the Employer invited Bids as per its
BID No. SE/NUC/T-I/07-08/12 at ----------.

AND whereas the bid documents stipulate that bidding is open to the Bidder who
possesses the requisite eligibility and experience as per instructions to Bidders Clause
No. 2 & 3 (including Sub-Clauses), Section-1 of Volume-1 forming part of the bid
documents.

AND WHEREAS the instructions to Bidders forming part of the Conditions of Contract
inter-alia stipulate that the Joint Venture Bidder along with its Member must fulfill
individually the qualifying requirements and be jointly and severally bound unto and
responsible for the successful performance of the Contract in the event the Bid is
accepted by the Employer resulting in a “Contract”.

AND WHEREAS M/s. ________________ has submitted the Joint venture proposal to the
Employer vide No._____ dated _______ on behalf to the joint venture member as per
enclosed Power of Attorney signed by legally authorized signatories of both the
Members.

NOW THEREFORE THIS UNDERTAKING WITNESSETH AS UNDER:

1.     In consideration of the Award of contract by the Employer to the Member-In
       charge, I the Member of the Joint Venture do hereby declare and undertake that
       we shall be jointly and severally responsible and bound unto the Superintending
       Engineer, Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Co. Ltd., ---------- Circle, ----
       ------ for the successful implementation and performance of the characteristics as
       specified in the Contract to the satisfaction of the Employer.
       In case of any breach of the Contract committed by the Member-In charge, I the
       member do hereby undertake, declare and confirm that I shall be fully
       responsible for successful performance of the Contract and undertake to carry out
       all the obligations and responsibilities under the Contract in order to discharge
       the obligations of the Member-In charge stipulated in the Contract.

2.     Further, if the Employer suffers any loss or damage on account of any breach of
       the Contract, I the Member and the Member-In charge jointly and severally
       undertake to promptly indemnify and pay such loss or damages to the Employer
       on its written demand without any demur, reservation, contest or protest in any
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        manner whatsoever. This is without prejudice to any rights of the Employer against the
        Member-In charge under the Contract and/or guarantees. It shall not be necessary or
        obligatory for the Employer to proceed against Member before proceeding against the
        Member-In charge nor any extension of time or any relaxation by the Employer to the
        Member-in charge shall prejudice any rights of Employer under this Deed of Joint Venture
        Agreement against the Member/Member-In charge.
3.      Without in anyway affecting the generality and total responsibility in terms of this Deed,
        the Member hereby agrees to depute their technical experts from time to time to the
        Member/Member-In charge/Employer‟s project site (s) as mutually considered necessary
        by the Employer/Member-In charge and the Member to ensure proper design,
        manufacture, erection, testing and successful performance of the equipment under the
        said Contract in accordance with Contract specifications and if necessary the Member shall
        advise the Member-In charge suitable measures to discharge the obligations under
        Contract.
4.      The Financial liability of the Members to Employer with respect to any and all claims arising
        out of the performance or non-performance of the obligations set forth in this Deed read in
        conjunction with the relevant provisions of the Contract, shall, however, be limited to the
        extent of 115% value of the entire scope of work of the Member as identified in the
        Contract. This is, however, without prejudice to various financial liabilities and obligations
        of the Member-In charge in terms of the Contract and this Deed.
5.      The Member-In-charge has been authorised to incur liabilities and receive instructions for
        and on behalf of the member. Payment shall be made exclusively to the Member In-
        charge.
6.      This Deed shall be construed and interpreted in accordance with the laws of India and the
        Courts in Nashik city shall have exclusive jurisdiction in all matters arising under this
        Agreement.
7.      I, the Member and the Member-In charge agree that this Agreement shall be irrevocable
        and shall be an integral part of the Contract and further agree that this agreement shall
        continue to be enforceable till the successful completion of the Contract and till the
        Employer discharges it. It shall become operative from the Starting date of the Contract.
8.      We, the Member and the Member-In charge will be fully responsible for the quality of all
        Equipment/Components manufactured/supplied and erected and if necessary, their repairs
        or replacement for successful completion/performance of “The Works” in terms of the
        Contract.
        IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Member and the Member-In charge through                   their
Authorized Representatives, have executed these present and affixed Common Seals of their
respective Companies, on the day, month and year first          mentioned above.
        For M/s. _______________________ (First Member)
        (Signature of Authorised Representative)
        Witness_____________________________________
                                  (Name)
        1___________________________________________
        (Signature                               Designation
        ___________________________ Common Seal of the Company
        Name in Block Letters
        ____________________
        (Official Address)
        FOR M/s. ______________________ (Member-In charge)
        (Signature of Authorised Representative)
        2.       Witness:
                 ______________________________
                 (Name)
        1.       ___________________________________________
        (Signature                               Designation
        ___________________________ Common Seal of the Company
        Name in Block Letters
        _______________________
        (Official Address)




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                                        SECTION 4

                                    CONTRACT DATA

The following documents also form part of the Contract

1.    The   Bid and Letter of Acceptance
2.    The   Conditions of Contract
3.    The   Technical Specifications
4.    The   Drawings
5.    The   Contract Agreement
6.    The   Priced Schedules of Activities
7.    The   Schedule of O&M Manuals
8.    The   Schedule of Key Personnel
9.    The   Site Investigation Data
10.   The   Employer is:

      SUPERINTENDING ENGINEER ( O & M Circle)
      MAHARASHTRA STATE ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION CO. LTD.,
      Address: 2nd Floor, Prosper Park, Near Shingada Talav,
      Nashik - 01
      -----------  or     a person(s) duly authorised by him.


11.   The completion Date for the Works is 1 (One) month from the Start Date.
12.   The Sites are located in different parts of Nashik District.
13.   Liability period is 5 Years.
14.   The Defects Correction period is 30 days
15.   The maximum liability of the Contractor for damage to other‟s property and
      personal Loss is as per rules.
16.   The minimum insurance cover for physical property during storage and
      construction is as per rules.
17.   The language of the Contract documents is English.
18.   The laws, which apply to the Contract, are the Indian Laws.
19.   The proportion of payments retained is 10% of Contract Price.
20.   Progressive payment against items supplied, installed, tested & commissioned
      shall be 90 % of the contract rates. The Retention amount shall be 10% of the
      contract rates.
21.   The amount of the performance security is 10% of Contract Price in the form of
      Bank Guarantee from NATIONALISED/ SCHEDULED Bank having branch office in
      Maharashtra.

22.   The date by which Operation and Maintenance manuals are required is
      30 days prior to Completion Date.
23.   The percentage of the value of the work not completed representing the
      Employer‟s Additional cost for completing the works is 150 percent of the
      Contract rate. Contract work is to be carried out as per provisions under I.E.
      Rules 1956 and in confirmation to the relevant Acts/Rules as may be
      applicable.




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   MAHARASHTRA STATE ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION CO. LTD.
                  Urban Circle, Nashik.




                  Bid Document No. SE/NUC/T-I/07-08/12




                          VOLUME – II

                      TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION




                             BID DOCUMENT FOR

  Work of Providing & fixing of 33 & 11KV CT & PT for Substation metering at
various 33/11 KV S/Station in Urban Circle, Nashik and Cross over points under
                              Urban Circle, Nashik




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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR 33 KV INSTRUMENT TRANSFORMER
                        (C.T & P.T )

                              INDEX

        Clause No.                    Contents
            1        Scope

            2        Standards

            3        Principal Technical Parameters

            4        General Technical requirements

            5        Current Transformer

            6        Potential Transformer

            7        Test

            8        Inspection

            9        Documentation

           10        Schedules

           11        Information to be furnished by tenderer

           12        Annexure A I

           13        Annexure A II

           14        Annexure A III

           15        Annexure A-IV

           16        Annexure A-V

           17        Annexure A-VI

           18        Annexure A-VII

           19        Schedule “A”
           20        Schedule “B”
           21        Schedule “C”
           22        Schedule “D”
           23        Schedule “E”




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                              ANNEXURE “A”

    SPECIFICATION FOR INSTRUMENT TRANSFORMERS ( C.T & P.T)
                  SPECIFICATION NO. 74 R2/99

1) SCOPE
     a)    This specification covers design, manufacture, testing at manufacturers
           works, packing and delivery of outdoor instrument transformer for
           protection and metering services in 33/11 and 33/22 KV Sub-stations
           in Maharashtra State.
     b)    It is not the intent to specify completely herein all the details of design
           and construction of the equipment. It may be noted that norms
           specified are the bare minimum that are required. The equipment shall
           confirm in all respects to high standards of inhering design and
           workmanship and should be capable of performing continuous
           commercial operations well within the parameters guaranteed by the
           supplier in a manner acceptable to the purchases, who will interpret
           the meanings of drawings and specifications and shall have power to
           reject any work or material which in his judgment is not in accordance
           with the drawings and specifications. Such components shall be
           deemed to be within scope of the supplier‟s supply, irrespective of
           whether those are specially brought out in this specification and/or the
           commercial order or not.

2) STANDARDS

     a)    Unless otherwise specified elsewhere in the specification, rating as well
           as performance and testing of instrument transformers shall conform
           to the latest revisions of all relevant standards available at the time of
           placement of order. The standards are listed in Annexure A-I and A-II.
           This list is however for guidance and may not be exhaustive. Whenever
           there are variations in value specified in specifications as compared to
           relevant standards the values specified in this specifications shall be
           considered as final.
     b)    Equipment meeting with the stipulations of specifications IEC, ANSI,
           CSA, DIN standards, which ensure equal or better quality than the
           standards listed in the Annexure A-I and A-II shall also be acceptable.
           In such case the tenderer should submit alongwith his offer two copies
           of such standard in authentic English translation, if the language of the
           standard in is dispute, the stipulation in the English translation
           submitted by the tenderer , shall prevail. Further, in the event of
           conflict between stipulation of the standard adopted by the tenderer
           and the corresponding Indian Standard Specifications, the stipulation
           of the Indian Standard Specification shall prevail.
     c)    Testing Equipments:
           In order to carry out the tests to prove compliance with the
           standards list of minimum testing equipment required is set out in
           Annexure A-III.

           The supplier has to confirm that he has all the equipments listed in the
           Annexure stated above and detail the specifications of the equipment
           available. If some of the equipment are not available with him, he
           should explain the procedure as to how he wishes to prove the
           compliance with the specifications.


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3) Principal Parameters:
          The current transformers and voltage transformers covered by the
          specifications shall meet the technical requirements listed in Annexure A-
          IV & A-V respectively.


4) General Technical Requirements:

           Technical requirements common to all Instrument Transformers.
      a)      Porcelain Housing:

              I. The porcelain housing shall be of single piece construction without
                 any joints or coupling. The housing shall be made of homogenous,
                 vitreous porcelain of high mechanical and dielectric strength.
                 Glazing of porcelain shall be uniform Brown or Dark Brown colour
                 with smooth surface arranged to shed away rainwater or condensed
                 water particles (fog).
             II. The clear height of porcelain housing for 33/22 KV Instruments
                 Transformers shall be at least 430 mm.
            III. Details of attachment of metallic flanges to the porcelain, pressure
                 release valve and primary/secondary terminals shall be brought out
                 in the offer.

      b)      Tank:

              I. The metal tank shall be fabricated from M.S sheet of minimum 3.15
                 mm thick for sides and 5.0 mm thick for top and bottom. The tank
                 shall have bare minimum number of welded joints. The thickness of
                 tank should be specified clearly.
             II. Surface finish: The metal tank shall be coated with at least two
                 coats of Zinc and epoxy paint externally and inside shall be painted
                 with oil resistant white enamel paint. All the ferrous hardware,
                 exposed to atmosphere, shall be hot dip galvanized. All other fixing
                 nuts, bolts, washers in the electric current path shall be made out
                 of stainless steel.

      c)      Oil immersed equipments:

            I. Insulating Oil:
                 Insulating oil for first filling of instruments transformers shall be
                 covered in tenderer‟s scope of supply. The oil shall meet the
                 requirements of latest edition of IS:335. The equipment shall be
                 completely oil filled type and use of insulation materials such as
                 quartz sand, marble etc. is not permitted.

            II. Prevention of oil leakage and entry of moisture:
                  The tenderer shall ensure that sealing of instrument transformer is
                  properly achieved. In this connection arrangement provided by the
                  tenderer at various locations including the following ones shall be
                  described, supported by sectional drawings.
                         i)      Locations of emergence of primary and secondary
                                 terminals.
                         ii)     Interface between porcelain and metal tanks.
                         iii)    Cover of the secondary terminal box.

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3)           Nut & bolts or screws used for fixation of the interfacing porcelain
             bushing for taking out terminals shall be provided on flanges
             cemented to the bushings and not on the porcelain.

4)             If gaskets joints are used, nitrite butyl rubber gaskets shall be
               used. The gaskets shall be fitted in properly machined groove with
               adequate space for accommodating the gaskets under pressure.
5)             Oil level indicator: Each instrument transformer shall be provided
               with prismatic type oil sight window at suitable locations so that the
               oil level is clearly visible with naked eye to an observer standing at
               ground level.
6)             For compensation of variation in volume of oil due to temperature
               variations, nitrogen cushion or stainless steel bellows shall be used.
               Rubber diaphragms shall not be permitted for this purpose.
7)             The units shall be vacuum filled with oil, after processing and
               thereafter hermetically sealed to eliminate air and moisture from
               entering the tank.
8)             Oil filling and/or sampling cocks if provided to facilitate factory
               processing shall be permanently sealed before dispatch of
               instrument transformer.
     d)   Earthing:
               Metal tanks of instrument transformers at the earth potential shall
               be provided with two separate earthing terminals of size 16 mm dia
               X 30 mm length, hot Dip Galvanised, with one plain washer and
               one nut for connection to station earth-mat.
     e)   Lifting arrangements:
               Instrument transformers shall be provided with suitable lifting
               arrangements to lift the entire unit. The lifting arrangement shall
               be clearly shown in the general arrangement drawing. Lifting
               arrangements (lifting eye) shall be positioned in such a way so as
               to avoid any damage to the porcelain housing, primary terminals or
               the tanks during the process of lifting for installation/transport. The
               general arrangement drawing shall show clearly the lifting
               arrangement provided such as lifting eye, guide etc.
     f)   Name plate:
               The      instrument      transformer    shall   be     provided    with
               legible name plate with information specified in relevant standard,
               duly engraved/punched on.
     g)   Enamel if uses for conductor insulation, shall be either polyvinyl
          acetate type or amide emide type and shall meet the requirement of IS
          4800. Polyester enamel shall not be sued. Double cotton cover if used
          shall be suitably covered to ensure that is does not come in contact
          with oil.

     5) CURRENT TRANSFORMER (C.T.)

  a) The C.T. shall be of dead tank design and shall be constructed in such a
  way that it can be easily transported to site within the allowable transport
  limitation, and in vertical position. The C.T. shall be hermetically sealed and
  method of such sealing shall be detailed in the offer and shall be subject to
  the approval of the Purchaser.
 b) The C.T. secondary terminals shall be brought out in a weatherproof
      terminal box. The terminal box shall be provided with removable gland
      plate and glands. The cable glands shall be suitable for 1100 volts grade,
      PVC insulated, PVC sheathed multi core stranded 6 sq.mm stranded
      copper or 10 Sqmm aluminum conductor PVC cable. This terminal box
      shall be dust and vermin proof. The dimensions of the terminal box and its

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     opening shall be adequate to enable easy access and working space with
     the use of normal tools.

c)   Polarity shall be invariably marked in each primary and secondary
     terminal. Facility shall be provided for short circuiting and grounding of the
     CT secondary terminals inside the terminal box.
d)    The CT shall be provided with a rating plate with dimensions and marking
     as per IS- 2705 or equivalent International standards. The markings shall
     be punched and not painted.
     i)      The serial number and code of the supplier shall also be punched
     on      the tank to identify the unit in case of loss or damage to the rating
             plate.
e)   The Current Transformer shall be vacuum filled with oil after processing
     and thereafter hermitically sealed to eliminate breathing and to prevent
     ingress of air and moisture entering into the tank.
f)   The casting of base ,collar etc. shall be die-cast and tested before
     assembly to detect cracks and voids if any.
g)   The instrument security factor of metering core shall be low enough, but
     not greater than 5. This shall be demonstrated on all the ratios of
     metering core in accordance with procedure specified in IEC-185 or IS-
     2705.

h)   PRIMARY WINDING:
     i)    Primary winding shall be hair-pin type or wound type made out of
          high conductive copper. Conductors used for the primary winding
          shall be rigid. Unavoidable joints in the primary winding shall be
          welded type. The details of such welded joints shall be indicated in
          the drawings submitted with the offer. For primary winding, current
          densities shall not exceed the limit 1.6 A/Sqmm. for normal
          current.
     ii)  The design density for short circuit current as well as conductivity
          of the metal used for primary winding shall meet the relevant
          requirement of IS-2705. The tenderer shall, in his offer furnish
          detailed calculations for selection of winding cross sections.

i)   SECONDARY WINDING:
          Suitably insulated copper wire of electrolytic grade shall be used for
          secondary windings. Type of insulations used shall be described in
          the offer. For multi-ratio design, the multi-ratio shall be achieved
          by reconnection of primary and or the secondary windings.
j)        The excitation current of the CT shall be as low as possible. The
          tenderer shall furnish, alongwith his offer, the magnetizing curve/s
          for all the core/s.

k)   PRIMARY TERMINALS:
          Each primary terminal shall be made out of 2 rods (studs) of
          30 mm dia x 80 mm length in parallel. The primary terminal shall
          be of heavily tinned electrolytic copper of 99.9% conductivity. The
          minimum thickness of tinning shall be 15 microns.

l)   SECONDARY TERMINALS
          Secondary terminal studs shall be provided with at least three nuts
          and two plain and two-spring washer for fixing the leads. The
          studs, nuts and washer shall be made of brass duly nickel-plated.
          The minimum outside diameter of stud shall be 6mm. The length of
          atleast 15mm shall be available on the studs for inserting the leads.
          Horizontal spacing between centers of adjacent studs shall be at
          least 45 mm.
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m)   The current transformer shall be such as to satisfactory performance for
     burden ranging from 25 % to 100 % of rated burden over a range of 10 %
     to 120 % of rated current in case of metering CTs upto accuracy limit
     factor / knee point voltage in case of protection core.
n)   Following accessories / fittings shall, but not restricted to be supplied
     alongwith the Current Transformers.
     (i)     Pressure release device.
     (ii)    Oil level indicator.
     (iii)   Lifting lugs.

6)   POTENTIAL TRANSFORMER (PT):
a)   The PT shall be vacuum filled with oil after processing and hermetically
     sealed to eliminate breathing and to prevent air and moisture entering the
     tanks. Method adopted for hermetic sealing shall be described in the offer
     and shall be subject to approval of the purchaser.

b)    PRIMARY WINDING:
     i)   Primary winding shall be made of suitably insulated electrolytic
          copper wire. Type of insulation used shall be described in the offer.
     ii)  The neutral end of the primary winding shall be brought outside for
          earthing.


c)    SECONDARY WINDING:
     i)   Suitably insulated copper wire of electrolytic grade shall be used for
          secondary windings. The terminal box shall be dust free and vermin
          proof. Suitable arrangement space heater shall be provided for
          drying the air inside the terminal box. The dimensions of the
          opening of terminal box shall be adequate to enable easy access
          and working space with the use of normal tools.
     ii)  Polarity shall be invariably marked at the secondary terminals in
          the terminal box.

     iii)    PRIMARY TERMINALS:
            The primary terminal shall be of size 30 mm dia x 80 mm length for
            all PTs. The primary terminal shall be of heavily tinned electrolytic
            copper of 99.9% conductivity. The minimum thickness of tinning
            shall be 15 microns.

     iv) SECONDARY TERMINALS:
            For external connection of secondary windings, terminal studs shall
            be provided with atleast three nuts and two plains and two spring
            washers for fixing leads. The studs, nuts and washers shall be of
            brass duly nickel-plated. The minimum outside diameter of the
            studs shall be 10 mm. The length of alteast 15 mm shall be
            available on the studs for inserting the leads. Horizontal spacing
            between the centers of adjacent studs shall be atleast 45 mm.

     7)     TESTS
     a) TYPE TESTS:
            All the equipment offered should have been successfully type
            tested in line with the relevant Indian standards and technical
            specification, within the last five years from the date of offer. The
            tenderer shall furnish the following type test reports (alongwith
            General arrangement drawing, Rating and Diagram plate and
            Internal Constructional drawing) alongwith the offer.
     i)     Impulse Voltage withstand test
     ii)    Temperature rise test.
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iii)   Short circuit test( Not applicable in Potential Transformer).
       The Purchaser reserves the right to demand repetition of some or
       all type tests in the presence of Purchaser‟s representative. For this
       purpose, tenderer may quote unit rates for carrying out each type
       test. For any change in the design/type already tested and the
       design /type offered against this specification, the purchaser
       reserves right to demand repetition of these tests without any extra
       cost.
b)     Acceptance and Routine Tests
i)     All acceptance and routine tests as stipulated in the relevant
       standards shall be carried out by the supplier in presence of
       purchaser's representative.
ii)    Immediately after finalization of the programme of acceptance/
       routine testing, the supplier shall give one week advance intimation
       to the purchaser, to enable him to depute his representative for
       witnessing the tests.

8)     INSPECTION
       The inspection may be carried out by the purchaser at any stage of
       manufacture. The successful tenderer shall grant free access to the
       purchaser's representative at a reasonable time when the work is in
       progress. Inspection and acceptance of any equipments under this
       specification by the purchaser, shall not relieve the supplier of his
       obligation of furnishing the equipment in accordance with the
       specification and shall not prevent subsequent rejection if the
       equipment is found to be defective.

       The supplier shall keep the purchaser informed, in advance, about
       the manufacturing program so that arrangement can be made for
       inspection.
       The purchaser reserves the right to insist for witnessing the
       acceptance/routine testing of the bought out items.

9)     DOCUMENTATION:
a)      All drawings shall conform to international standards organization
       (ISO) ‟A‟ series of drawing sheet/Indian Standards specification
       IS-656. All drawings shall be in ink and suitable for microfilming. All
       dimensions and data shall be in System international Units.

b)     List of drawings and documents
       The tenderer shall furnish two sets of the following drawings
       alongwith his offer:

       i)     General outline and assembly drawings of the equipments
              and the method of attachments to the lifting lugs for safe
              lifting of the instrument transformer.
       ii)    Graphs showing the performance of equipments in regard to
              magnetization characteristics.
c)      Sectional views showing -
       (i)     General constructional features of the instrument
              transformer and dimensions of conductor, depth of
              insulation, clearance between paper insulation and the
              inside of porcelain, grading stages used for primary
              insulation, whether and how a semi conducting tape is used
              to cover metal foils etc.
       (ii)   The Sectional view shall show the materials /gaskets/
              sealing used for perfect hermetic sealing and arrangement
              for compensation of oil volume variation.
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     (iii)   The insulation, the winding arrangements, method of
             connection of the primary/secondary winding to the
             primary /secondary terminals etc.
     (iv)     Porcelain housing used and its dimensions alongwith the
             mechanical and electrical characteristics, as well as volume
             of oil.
     iv)     Arrangement of secondary terminal box and details of
             connection studs provided.
     v)      Name plate.
     vi)     Pressure release device
     vii)    Oil Level indicator
     viii)   Schematic drawing to indicate selection of ratio
     ix)     Type test reports in case the equipment has already been
             type tested.
     x)      Test reports, literature, pamphlets of the bought out items,
             and raw material.

d)           The successful tenderer shall within 8 days after receipt of
     letter of award (LOA), submit three sets of final versions of all the
     above said drawings in A3 or A4 size for purchaser's approval. The
     purchaser shall communicate his comments/approval on the
     drawings to the supplier. The supplier shall, if necessary, modify
     the drawings and resubmit four copies of the modified drawings for
     purchaser's approval within four days from the date of purchaser's
     comments. After receipt of purchaser's approval, the supplier shall,
     within four days, submit 10 prints and two good quality
     reproducible of the approved drawings for purchasers use. In no
     case deliver extension will be granted for any delay in the approval
     of drawings Period of drawing approval will be included in the
     commencement of delivery.

e)   The supplier for distribution, before commencement of supply shall
     submit three sets of the type test reports, duly approved by the
     purchaser. Adequate copy of acceptance and routine test
     certificates duly approved by the purchase shall accompany the
     dispatch consignment.
f)   The manufacturing of the equipment shall be strictly in accordance
     with the approved drawings and no deviations shall be permitted
     without the written approval of the purchaser. All manufacturing
     and fabrication work in connection with the equipments prior to the
     approval of the drawing shall be at suppliers risk.
g)   Five sets of nicely printed and bound volumes of operation,
     maintenance and erection manuals in English language ,of each
     voltage rating of instrument transformer shall be submitted by the
     supplier for distribution, prior to the dispatch of the equipment. The
     manual shall contain all the drawings and information required for
     erection, operation and maintenance of the instrument transformer.
     The manual shall also contain a set of all the approved drawings,
     type test reports etc.
h)   Approval of drawings/work by purchaser shall not relieve the
     supplier of his responsibility and liability for ensuring correctness
     and correct interpretation of the drawings for meeting the
     requirement of the latest revision of applicable standards, rules and
     codes of practices. The equipment shall conform in all respects to
     high standards of engineering, design, workmanship and latest
     revisions of relevant standards at the time of ordering and
     purchaser shall have the power to reject any work or materials
     which, in his judgment, is not in full accordance therewith.
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10)     SCHEDULES
       a)    The tenderer shall fill in the following schedule, which from
            part of the tender specification and offer. If the schedules
            are not submitted duly filled in with the offer, the offer shall
            be liable for rejection.


Schedule “A:”
     i)     Guaranteed and technical particulars of the instrument
            transformers.
            The bidder should fill all the details in this schedule and the
            statement such as “as per the drawings enclosed”, “as per
            the MSEDCL requirements, as per IS etc. will be considered
            as a detailed not funished and such offers are liable for
            rejection
            .
Schedule “B”        --    Schedule of deviation

Schedule “C”         --     Tenderers experience

Schedule “D”         --     Deviation from specified standards.

Schedule “E”         --     Deviation from specified test
                            requirements

       b)     Unless otherwise brought out separately by the tenderers in
              the schedule of deviation ( Schedule “B” & Schedule “E”) the
              instrument transformer offered shall be dealed to conform
              to the specification, surplusly All deviations from the
              specifications shall be brought out in the schedule of
              deviation ( Schedule B, D & E).The discrepancies between
              the specifications and the catalogue or literature submitted
              as the part of offer shall not be considered as valid deviation
              unless specifically brought out in the schedule of deviation.
       c)     For any deviation from the specification, which is not
              specifically brought out in the schedule of deviation, the
              offer may be liable for rejection. Authentic documents,
              standard and clarification shall support the deviation
              brought out in the schedule, otherwise the offer may be
              liable for rejection.
       d)     The tenderer shall submit the list of orders for similar type
              of equipments executed or under execution during the last
              three years, with full details, in the schedule of Tenderers
              Experience (Schedule “C) to enable the purchaser to
              evaluate the tender. In case the equipments are being
              designed and manufactured in collaboration with the other
              manufacturer, the following additional information shall be
              submitted by the tenderer along with his offer.
       i)     Copy of the collaboration agreement executed between the
              tenderer and the collaborator.
       ii)    List of orders for suitable equipments, executed/being
              executed by the collaborator during the last five years.




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      11)     Information to be filled invariably by the tenderer:
              For the ready reference of the Tenderer, the items of information to
              be invariably furnished by the tenderer in his offer are listed
              below:-
      a)      Two copies of the authentic English translation of each of the
              standard to which the offered equipments conforms in case those
              are in a language other than English.
      b)      Schedule A to D
      c)      Drawings listed in the clause No. 9
      d)      Details supported by the sectional drawing about the methods
              adopted     for    sealing   at   various   locations   in   the   instrument
              transformers.
      e)      Details of current transformer offered which do not meet the
              requirements of the instruments security factor.
      f)      Details of the arrangement provided for the changeover and locking
              of secondary connections in case of dual ratio P.T.
      g)      Method of attachment of metallic flanges to porcelain housing.
      h)      Facility available and method used for leakage testing of instrument
              transformer.
32)        Guaranteed and technical particulars:-
           The bidder shall fill up all the details in Annexure III and the statement
           such as “ as per drawing enclosed”, “ as per MSEDCL requirement”, “
           as per IS etc shall be considered as details not furnished and such
           offers are liable for rejection.




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                        ANNEXURE – A-I
                  CURRENT TRANSFORMERS
                    LIST OF STANDARDS


SR.NO   STANDARD NO.                         TIILE
1)      IS-2165              Insulation Co-ordination of highest
                             Voltage for equipment of 100 KV & above
2)      IS-2705(I-IV)        Current Transformer
3)      IS-2099              High voltage porcelain bushing
4)      IS-3347              Dimensions of porcelain transformer bushing
5)      IS-2071              Method of high voltage testing
6)      IS-335               insulation oil for transformer & switchgear
7)      IS-13947 (PartI)     Degree of protection provided by enclosure for
                             low voltage switchgear & control
8)      IEC-185              Current transformer
9)      IEC-270              Partial discharge measurement
10)     IEC44-(4)            Instruments transformer measurement of
        PDs.
11)     IEC-171              Insulation Co-ordination
12)     IEC-60               High voltage test techniques
13)     IEC-8263             Method for RIV test on high voltage insulation
14)                          Indian electricity rules 1956
15)     IEC-815              Porcelain housing for Instruments transformer




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                              ANEXURE – A-II
                         CURRENT TRANSFORMERS
                             LIST OF STANDARDS
________________________________________________________________
 SR.NO       STANDARD NO.          TITLE__________________________


1)         IS-3156                    Voltage Transformer

2)         IS-2099                    High Voltage porcelain bushing

3)         IS-3347                    Dimensions of porcelain transformer bushing

4)         IS-335                     insulation oil for transformer & Switchgear

5)         IS-13947(PartI)            Degree of protection provided by enclosure for

                                      low voltage switchgear & control

6)         IEC-186                    Voltage Transformer

7)         --------                   Indian Electricity Rules 1956

8)        IEC-815                     Porcelain housing for I.T.




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                                    ANNEXURE – A-III

LIST OF MINIMUM TESTNG EQUIPMENT

  1) High Voltage testing transformer regulating and metering equipment for testing
     insulation between primary and secondary and earth


  2) 0.5 KV H.V. Testing set for testing insulation between secondary and primary and
     earth.




  3) Low voltage high current transformer with regulating & metering equipment


  4) 150Hz. Frequency generator with variable voltage output wit regulating and
     metering equipment for carrying out & induced S.V. Test on voltage transformer


  5) Current transformer testing set of determining of ratio & phase angle errors with
     standard current transformer with calibration certificate & set of 0.8 lag & unity
     power factor burdens


  6) Voltage transformer testing set for determination ratio and phase angle error with
     standard voltage transformer with calibration certificate & set of 0.8 lag & unity
     power factor burdens


  7) Oil test set (if oil immersed equipments are offered)


  8) Portable class 0.5 moving iron ammeters, voltage of secondary range and moving
     coil rectifier type ammeter of suitable range.


  9) Measuring instrument for measuring resistance of secondary winding.


  10) List of desirable Equipment
         1) Partial Discharge detection equipment with necessary accessories




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                                   ANEXURE – A -IV
        PRINCIPAL TECHNICAL PARAMETERS OF CURRENT TRANSFORMERS
       Sr.No.             Item                               Specifications
         1      Type                       Single phase / Single core / dead tank /
                                           outdoor oil filled and hermetically scaled.
         2      Type of mounting           Pedestal type
         3      System Frequency           50 HZ
         4      Method of earthing the     Solidly & effectively earthed.
                system o be connected
         5      Rated continuous thermal   120% of the rated primary current (A)
                current
         6      Acceptable limit of        As per latest IS-2705
                temperature rise above
                the specified ambient
                temperature for
                continuous operation at
                rated current
         7      Current ratio              Insulation Class (KV)      Current Ratio (A)
                                           36                        400-200-100/1-1-1
                                           A
         8      Rated insulation           36
                Class (KV rms)
          9     Basic insulation level      170
                (KV rms)
         10     One minute dry power        70
                frequency withstand
                voltage , primary (KV
                rms)
         11     power frequency over        As per IS 2705 (Part I) or equivalent
                voltage withstand           International Standard (Clause 9.4 and 9.5)
                requirement for
                secondary winding (KV
                rms
         12     Minimum creepage            25 mm./kV of the highest system voltage
                distance of porcelain       (900 mm)
                housing(mm)
         13     Rated short time            26.2
                withstand current sec (KA
                rms)
         14     Rated dynamic withstand     65.5
                current (KAP)
15.0    Core details
A.      Three Core CT‟s
         Core No.                            I                 II                III
15.1     Purpose                        Protection         Protection         Metering
15.2     Burden                           15 VA              15 VA             15 VA
15.3     Class of Accuracy                  PS                 PS                0.2
15.4     Instrument security factor 5 or less than 5 5 or less than 5 5 or less than 5




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                                   ANNEXURE A -V

      PRINCIPAL TECHNICAL PARAMETERS OF POTENIAL TRANSFORMERS




Sr.               Item                                    Specifications
No.
 1     Type                        Single Phase, outdoor type, oil filled, dead tank
                                   design & hermetically sealed.
2      Type of Mounting            Pedestal type
3      Rated Voltage factor        1.5 for 30 seconds
4      Core Details and purpose    Core I : for protection
                                   Core II : for metering
5      Class of accuracy           Core I: 3P      Core II : 0.2
6      Voltage Ratio               Rated Voltage         Voltage Ratio
                                   1) 33 KV       33000/√3 /110√ 3 –110 / √3 V

7      System voltage (KV ms)      33
8      Basic Insulation            170
9      One Minute dry Power
       frequency withstand
       Voltage KV (rms)
           a) Primary terminal     70
           b) Secondary winding    2
10     Minimum Creepage            25 mm/KV of Highest system Voltage (900 mm)
       Distance (MM)
11     Burden (VA)
       Core I                      50
       Core II                     50

12     Acceptable limits of        As per Annexure – IV
       Temp. rise




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                                 ANNEXURE A-VI
                        LIMITS OF TEMPERATURE RISE
       The temperature rise on any part of equipment shal not exceed the
maximum temperature rise specified below under the conditions specified in test
clauses. The permissible temperature rise indicate is for a maximum ambient
temperature 50 C.
  Sr.       Nature of the part or of the liquid      Maximum    Maximum values
  No                                                  values of  of temperature
                                                    temperature   rise at a max
                                                      degree C  ambient air temp
                                                                not exceeding 50
                                                                     degree C
   1    Contact in air Silver-faced copper alloy or     105             55
        aluminium alloy (see notes I & II)

       Bare copper or tinned aluminum                     75                25
  2    Contacts in oil                                    90                40
       Silver-faced copper alloy or aluminum
       alloy (see note II)
       Bare copper or tinned aluminum                    80                 30
  3    Terminals to be connected to external             105                55
       conductors by screws or bolts silver faced
       (see note III)
       Bare                                               90               40
  4    Metal part acting as springs                  (See note IV)    (See note IV)
  5    Metal parts in contact with insulation of
       the following clases
       Class Y:for non-impregnated materials             90                 40
       Class A: ( for materials immersed in oil or       100                50
       impregnated)
       Class E: In air                                   120                70
                   In oil                                100                50
       Class B : In air                                  130                80
                   In oil                                100                50
       Class F: In air                                   155               105
                   In oil                                10                 50
       Enamel: Oil base                                  10                 50
                    Synthetic , In air                   120                70
                    Synthetic , In oil                   100                50

  6    Any part of metal or of insulating material        100                 50
       in contact with oil, except contacts
    7  Oil                                                90                  40
Notes:-
I     When applying the temperature rise of 55 degree C , care should be taken
      to ensure that no damage is caused to the surrounding insulating material.
II    The quality of the silver facing shall be such that a layer of silver remains
      at the points of contacts after the mechanical endurance tests, otherwise
      the contacts shall be regarded as “bare”.
III   The values of temperature and temperature rise are valid whether or not
      the conductor connected to the terminals is silver faced.
IV    The temperature shall not reach a value where elasticity of material is
      impaired. For pure copper, this implies a temperature limit of 75 degree C.



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                     ANNEXURE A- VII

                    LIST OF DRAWINGS

Sr.   Drawing No.               Details
No.
 1    G3-583-I                  G.A of C.T for Sub-Station

2     G3-583-II                 G.A of P.T for Sub-Station

3     G3-584-R1                 Combined rating and diagram plate for C.T

4     G3-585-R1                 Combined rating and diagram plate for P.T




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                         SCHEDULE “A”
GUARANTEED TECHNICL PARTICULARS FOR INSTRUMENT TRANSFORMERS
                  (to be filled in by tenderer)
                   CURRENT TRANSFORMERS

  (I) CURRENT TRANSFORMERS
      1   Country of manufacture

     2     Country of origin of product

     3     Type

     4     Manufacturer‟s type designation

     5     Conforming to standard

     6     Rated insulation class ( kV)

     7     Max. current ratio error at rated frequency with
           sec. burden between 25 % to 100 % of rated
           burden
     8     Max. phase displacement in minutes at rated
           frequency with sec. burden between 25 % to 100
           % of rated burden
     9     Rated primary current
     10    Rated secondary current
     11    Details of cores                                       Three Core
    11.1   Class of Accuracy                                  I      II    III
    11.2   Accuracy limit factor
    11.3   Knee point voltage
    11.4   Secondary resistance corrected to 75 deg C
    11.5   Instrument security factor for metering winding
    11.6   Secondary limited voltage
    11.7   Rated output at 0.8 p.f lagging
     12    Rated short time withstand current for : 1
           second duration ( kA rms)
    13     Rated dynamic withstand current (KAP)
    14     Rated continuous thermal current (pu)
           where pu = rated current
    15     One minute power frequency withstand voltage
           (kV rms)
           Dry
           Wet
    16     1.2/50 micro-second impulse withstand voltage
           (KVP)
    17     One minute power frequency withstand voltage
           of secondary winding ( kV rms)
    18     Minimum creepage distance ( mm)
    19     Weight of oil (Kg)
    20     Total weight (Kg)
    21     Mounting details

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22   Overall dimensions
23   Charateristics (whether graphs enclosed)
         1) Ratio and phase angle curves
         2) Magnetization curves
         3) Ration correction factor
         4) Limits of composite error at rated primary
             current (for protection core)
24   Current density in primary winding at
         a) Normal rating
         b) Short time rating of 1 second
         c) Dynamic rating
25   Type of primary winding
26   No. of primary turns
27   No. of secondary turns
28   Flux density at knee point voltage (tesla)
29   Variation in ratio and phase angle error due to
     variation in
          a)      Voltage by 1 %
          b)      Frequency by 1 Hz.
30   Whether pressure relief device provided, if so
     type ( i.e spring type or explosion type etc)
31   Whether the following are enclosed with tender
     (Yes or No)
         1) All type test reports
         2) Drawings




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                     SCHEDULE –A (Contd..)
           GUARANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS
                  POTENTIAL TRANSFORMERS
1    Type of P.T
2    Manufacturer‟s type designation
3    I.S specification to which P.T „s comply
4    Rated insulation class for primary voltage (kV)
5    Rated secondary voltage (Volts)
     Winding I
     Winding II
6    Rated burden
     Winding I
     Winding II
7    Accuracy Class
     Winding I
     Winding II
     Winding III
8    Maximum Ratio error with burden between 25
     to 100 % at any voltage between 80 % to 120
     % of rated voltage at rated p.f ( %)
9    Maximum phase angle error with burden
     between 25 to 100 % at any voltage between
     80 % to 120 % of rated frequency and voltage.
10   Quantity of oil (litres)
11   Temperature rise at 1.1 time rated voltage with
     rated burden
12   Rated voltage factor and time
13   Temperature rise for 12 above.
14   One minute power frequency withstand test
     (dry) voltage ( kV rms)
15   1.2/50 mocrosecond impulse wave withstand
     test voltage (kVP)
16   One minute power frequency withstand voltage
     on secondary ( kV rms)
17   Minimum creepage distance ( mm)
18   Weight of oil (Kg)
19   Weight of complete P.T
20   Overall dimensions
21   Mounting details
22   Thickness of tank (mm) side/top and bottom.




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                               SCHEDULE – B
                       DEVIATIONS FROM SPECIFICATION

             All deviation from this specification, shall be set out by the tenderer,
      clause by clause, in this schedule. Unless specifically mentioned in this schedule,
      the tender shall be deemed to conform to purchase‟s specification.


       Sr. No.               Clause No.                      Details of deviation




Name of Firm __________________________________________________________

Name and Signature of Tenderer __________________________________________

Designation ____________________________________________________________

Date _________________________________




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                                 SCHEDULE – C

             Tenderer shall furnish here a list of similar orders executed/under
      execution by him to whom a reference may be made by purchases in case he
      considers such a reference necessary.
        S.No.        Name and        Value of work Period of const.   Persons to
                   designation of                   client & date   whom reference
                        work                                         may be made
          1              2                 3              4               5




Name of Firm __________________________________________________________

Name and Signature of Tenderer __________________________________________

Designation ____________________________________________________________

Date _________________________________




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                                  SCHEDULE – D

            SCHEDULE OF DEVIATIONS FROM SECIFIED STANDARDS

      Sr    Particulars   Stipulation of specified           Stipulation of     Remarks
      No.                  standards by tenderer          standards adopted
                          Standard    Stipulations      Standard Stipulations
                              ref                          ref




Name of Firm __________________________________________________________

Name and Signature of Tenderer __________________________________________

Designation ____________________________________________________________

Date _________________________________




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                                 SCHEDULE – E

DEVAITIONS FROM TEST EQUIPMENTS SPECIFIED IN RELEVANT AND PRESENT
                         SPECIFICATIONS

      Sr      Name of Test     Standard    Requirement    Provided    Reasons for
      No        standard         No. &     of deviation   deviation
                                Clause
             Type Test

             Additional Test

             Acceptance Test

             Routine Test




Name of Firm __________________________________________________________

Name and Signature of Tenderer __________________________________________

Designation ____________________________________________________________

Date _________________________________




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MAHARASHTRA STATE ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION COMPANY LIMITED
                   URBAN CIRCLE, NASHIK

                               ANNEXURE „A‟

   TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR 11 KV PTs( For cross-over points)

1) Type : Single phase ,outdoor type , oil filled , dead tank design
2) Type of mounting : Pedestal Type
3) Ratio                                    :       11 KV / V3 / 110 V /V 3
4) Confirming to standard                   :       As per latest IS 3156
5) Rated burden                             :       100 VA
6) Core details                             :       Single core & commercial metering

7) Voltage factor & duration                :       1.2 Cont & 1.5 for 30 seconds.
8) Class of Accuracy                        :       0.5
9) Max. ratio error at with burden As per latest IS 3156 and latest amendments
between 25% to 100% and at any voltage between 80 to 120% of rated voltage
at rated p.f. (%)

10) Max. phase angle error with burden :As per latest IS 3156 and latest
amendments between 25% to 100% and at any voltage between 80 to 120%
of rated voltage at rated p.f. (%)

11) One minute power frequency
    withstand test (dry) voltage (Kv rms) :         28 KV

12) One minute power frequency
    withstand test (wet) voltage (Kv rms) :         28 KV

13) 1.2/50 micro- second impulses           :       75 KV (P)
     withstand voltage (KVP)

14) One minute power frequency
    withstand voltage of secondary          :       3 KV
    winding (Kv rms)

15) Minimum creepage distance               :       300 mm

16) Protected creepage distance (mm)        :       150 mm




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  TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR 11 KV PTs for protection and metering for
                            substation use


1) Type                                     : Single phase ,outdoor type ,single core oil
                                              filled, dead tank design

2) Type of mounting                         : Pedestal Type
3) Ratio                                    :       11 KV / 3 / 110 V / 3
4) Confirming to standard                   :       As per latest IS 3156
5) Rated burden                             :       100 VA
6) Core details                             :       single core
7) Voltage factor & duration                :       1.2 Cont & 1.5 for 30 seconds.
8) Class of Accuracy                        :       0.5
9) Max. ratio error at with burden As per latest IS 3156 and latest amendments
between 25% to 100% and at any voltage between 80 to 120%
of rated voltage at rated p.f. (%)

10) The protection core specification       : As per latest IS

11) Max. phase angle error with burden :As per latest IS 3156 and latest
amendments between 25% to 100% and at any voltage between 80 to 120%
of rated voltage at rated p.f. (%)

12) One minute power frequency
    withstand test (dry) voltage (Kv rms) :         28 KV

13) One minute power frequency
    withstand test (wet) voltage (Kv rms) :         28 KV

14) 1.2/50 micro- second impulses           :       75 KV (P)
     withstand voltage (KVP)

15) One minute power frequency
    withstand voltage of secondary          :       3 KV
    winding (Kv rms)

16) Minimum creepage distance               :       300 mm

17) Protected creepage distance (mm)        :       150 mm




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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR 11 KV METERING CTs ( For cross-over points)

1) Type                        :       Single phase / Single core/ Dead Tank/
                                       outdoor oil filled and Hermetically sealed.


2) Type of mounting            :       Pedestal Type
3) System frequency            :       50 HZ
4) Confirming to standard      :       As per latest IS 2705
5) Rated voltage               :       11 KV
6) Rated primary current       :       400 – 200 A
7) Rated secondary current :           5A
8) Rated burden                :       10 VA
9) Class of Accuracy           :       0.5
10) Instrument security factor         :       5 or less
11) Insulation class( B-I-L)           :       12/28/75 KV
12) Rated Short time withstand         :       CTR 400-200/ 5 Amp
    Current for 1 sec. Duration                13.1 KA
    (KA rms)
13) Rated dynamic withstand            :       2.5 Times of RST
    current (KAP)
14) Max. current ratio error at rated:         As per latest IS 2705
    frequency with sec. Burden between
   25% to 100% of rated burden

15) Max. phase displacement in minutes :               As per latest IS 2705
    at rates frequency with sec. Burden
    between 25% to 100% of rated burden

16) Rated continuous thermal current           :       120% of rated primary current.

17) One minute power frequency
    withstand voltage (Kv rms) Dry             :       28 KV

                                    Wet        :       28 KV

18) 1.2/50 micro- second impulses              :       75 KV (P)
     withstand voltage (KVP)

19) One minute power frequency
    withstand voltage of secondary             :       3 KV
    winding (Kv rms)

20) Total creepage distance                    :       300 mm

21) Protected creepage distance (mm)           :       150 mm



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   TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR 11 KV METERING & PROTECTION CTs for
                             substation use

1) Type                                        :       Single phase / Two core/ Dead
                                                       Tank/ outdoor oil filled and
                                                       Hermetically sealed.
2) Type of mounting                            :       Pedestal Type
3) System frequency                            :       50 HZ
4) Confirming to standard                      :       As per latest IS 2705
5) Rated voltage                               :       11 KV
6) Rated primary current                       :       400 – 200 A
7) Rated secondary current                     :       5A/5A
8) Rated burden                                :       10 VA , _
9) Class of Accuracy                           :       0.5, 5P10
10) Instrument security factor                 :       5 or less , >10
11) Insulation class( B-I-L)                   :       12/28/75 KV
12) Rated Short time withstand                 :       CTR 400-200/ 5 Amp
    Current for 1 sec. Duration                        13.1 KA
    (KA rms)
13) Rated dynamic withstand                    :       2.5 Times of RST
    current (KAP)
14) Max. current ratio error at rated          :       As per latest IS 2705
    frequency with sec. Burden between
   25% to 100% of rated burden

15) Max. phase displacement in minutes :               As per latest IS 2705
    at rates frequency with sec. Burden
    between 25% to 100% of rated burden

16) Rated continuous thermal current           :       120% of rated primary current.

17) One minute power frequency
    withstand voltage (Kv rms) Dry             :       28 KV
                               Wet             :       28 KV

18) The protection core specifications         :       As per latest IS

19) 1.2/50 micro- second impulses              :       75 KV (P)
     withstand voltage (KVP)

19) One minute power frequency
    withstand voltage of secondary             :       3 KV
    winding (Kv rms)

20) Total creepage distance                    :       300 mm

21) Protected creepage distance (mm)           :       150 mm



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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR 33 KV AIR BREAK DISCONNECT
                      ISOLATORS

                             INDEX

        Clause No.                   Contents
            1        Scope

            2        Standards

            3        Principal Technical Parameters

            4        General Technical requirements

            5        Tests

            6        Inspection

            7        Documentation

            8        Mandatory spares

            9        Schedules

           10        Information to be furnished by tenderer

        Annexure I   List of Standards

       Annexure II   Principal Technical Parameters

         Annexure    List of special test to be conducted
            III
        Schedule A   Guaranteed Technical particulars

        Schedule B   Deviations from specifications

        Schedule C   Tenderer‟s experience

        Schedule D   Deviation from specified standards

        Schedule E   Deviation from test requirements
                     specified in relevant standards




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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION FOR 33 KV AIR BREAK DISCONNECTS (ISOLATORS)
            SPECIFICATION NO. MSEDCL/DIST/OECF/CBD-10


  5) SCOPE

        a)     This specification covers design, manufacture, testing at manufacturers
               works, inspection ,packing and delivery of outdoor type air break
               disconnects (isolators) with accessories and auxiliary equipments for
               installations in various Sub-stations in Maharashtra State (India).

        b)     It is not the intent to specify completely herein all the details of design
               and construction of the equipment. It may be noted that norms
               specified are the bare minimum that are required. The equipment shall
               confirm in all respects to high standards of engineering mentioned in
               clause No. 4.0, design and workmanship and should be capable of
               performing continuous commercial operations well within the
               parameters guaranteed by the supplier in a manner acceptable to the
               purchases, who will interpret the meanings of drawings and
               specifications and shall have power to reject any work or material
               which in his judgment is not in accordance with the drawings and
               specifications. Such components shall be deemed to be within scope of
               the supplier‟s supply, irrespective of whether those are specially
               brought out in this specification and/or the commercial order or not. All
               the similar parts particularly removable ones shall be interchangeable.


  6) STANDARDS

        a)     Unless otherwise specified elsewhere in the specification, rating as well
               as performance and testing of the disconnect shall conform to the
               latest revisions of all relevant standards available at the time of
               placement of order as listed in Annexure-I. Copies of Indian standard
               specifications can be obtained from Bureau of Indian standard, Manak
               Bhavan, Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, New Delhi -110002 on payments of
               applicable charges.

        b)     Equipment meeting the stipulations of specifications IEC, ANSI, CSA,
               DIN standards, which ensure equal or better quality than the standards
               listed in the Annexure -II shall also be acceptable. In such case the
               tenderer should submit alongwith his offer two copies of such standard
               in authentic English translation, if the language of the standard in is
               dispute, the stipulation in the English translation submitted by the
               tenderer , shall prevail. Further, in the event of conflict between
               stipulation of the standard adopted by the tenderer and the
               corresponding Indian Standard Specifications, the stipulation of the
               Indian Standard Specification shall prevail.

  7) Principal Technical Parameters:
            The equipments covered in this specifications shall meet the technical
            requirements listed in Annexure-II.



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8) General Technical Requirements:

   4.1   Type of disconnects

         4.1.1 The disconnector shall be three phase gang operated horizontal
               double break type with rotating type moving blades and with or
               without gang operated vertical break earth blades.
   4.2   Current carrying parts:
         4.2.1 Separate prices shall be quoted for disconnects with copper moving
               blades and alternatively with alluminium moving blades with copper
               tips.
         4.2.2 Material of earthing blades and contacts shall be the same as those
               of main switch moving blades and contacts respectively. Cross
               sectional area of earthing blades and contacts shall not be less than
               50 % of cross sectional area of main blades and contacts. The
               earthing blades shall have the same short time current rating (
               thermal and dynamic) as that of main switch.

   4.3   Current density:
               Current density to be adopted, for all the pars of isolators and
               terminal connectors shall not exceed the following limits.
               a)     Hollow tube sections          Copper         2.0 A/Sqmm
                                                    Aluminium      1.25 A/Sqmm
               b)     Other sections & terminal     Copper         1.6 A/Sqmm
                      connectors                    Aluminium      1.0 A/Sqmm
   4.4   Insulators:-
         4.4.1 The isolators shall be preferably with solid core insulators. Separate
               rates may be quoted for isolators with stack type insulators.
               Polycone insulators shall not be acceptable. The type of insulators
               considered for ordering shall be decided by the purchase at the
               time of placement of order.
         4.4.2 The insulator shall be provided with a completely galvanized steel
               base design for mounting on support. The base and mounting
               arrangement shall be such that the insulator shall be rigid and self
               supporting and no guying or cross bracings between phase shall be
               necessary.
         4.4.3 The insulator shall be made of homogeneous and vitreous porcelain
               of high mechanical and dielectric strength. It shall have sufficient
               mechanical strength to sustain electrical and mechanical loading on
               account of wind load, short circuit stresses etc. Glazing of the
               porcelain shall be of uniform brown or dark brown colour with a
               smooth surface arranged to shed away rain water. The porcelain
               shall be free from lamination and other flaws or imperfections that
               might affect the mechanical or dielectrical quality. It shall be
               thoroughly vitrified, tough and impervious to moisture. The
               porcelain and metal parts shall be assembled in such a manner and
               with such material that any thermal differential expansion between
               the metal and porcelain through the range of temperature specified
               in this specification shall not loosen the parts or create undue
               internal stresses which may affect the mechanical or electrical
               strength or rigidity. The assembly shall not have excessive
               concentration of electrical stresses in any section or across
               leakages surfaces. The cement used shall not give rise to chemical
               reaction with metal fittings. The insulator shall be suitable for water
               washing by rain or artificial means in service conditions.

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           4.4.4 Cap to be provided on top of the insulator shall be of high grade
                 cast iron/malleable steel casting or aluminium alloy. It shall be
                 machine faced and hot dip galvanized. The cap shall have four nos.
                 of tapped holes spaced on a pitch circle diameter of 127 mm to
                 accommodate the terminal clamp for supporting the purchase‟s
                 busbars. The holes shall be suitable for bolts with threads having
                 anticorrosive protection. The effective depth of threads shall not be
                 less than nominal diameter of the bolt.
           4.4.5 The casting shall be free from blow holes, cracks and such other
                 defects.
           4.4.6 All the ferrous metal parts shall be hot dip galvanized smoothly as
                 per IS 3638 ( as amended up to date), IS 2623 or any other
                 equivalent authoritative standard. The material shall be galvanized
                 only after shop operations upon it have been completed. The metal
                 parts before galvanization should be thoroughly cleaned of any
                 paints, grease, rust, scales or alkalies or any foreign deposits which
                 are likely to come in the way of galvanization process. The metal
                 parts coating shall withstand minimum for one minute dips in
                 copper sulphate solution as per IEC -168.
           4.4.7 The insulator unit shall be assembled in a suitable jig to ensure
                 correct positioning of the top and bottom metal fittings relative to
                 one another. The faces of the metal fittings shall be parallel and at
                 right angle to axis of the insulator and corresponding holes in the
                 top and bottom metal fittings shall be in a vertical plane containing
                 the axis of the insulator.
           4.4.8 It shall be the sole responsibility of the supplier to carry out
                 thorough inspection and quality checks on the insulators at the
                 insulator supplier works, before offering the insulators for
                 purchasers inspection.

4.5      Operating Mechanism:-
      a)       Manual operating mechanism gang operated through Lever/Hand
               reduction gear shall be provided for main switch.
      b)       Manual operating mechanism gang operated through Lever/Hand
               on operating shaft shall be provided for earth switch.
         4.5.1 The operating mechanism shall provide quick, simple and effective
               operation. The design shall be such that one man shall be able to
               operate the isolator with undue effort. The earth switch shall open
               or close by rotation of lever/hand through 90 degrees. The
               operating mechanism shall be suitable to hold the main switch or
               earth switch in closed or opened position to prevent operation by
               gravity, wind, short circuit, seismic acceleration, vibration, shock,
               accidental touching etc.

           4.5.2 Control Cabinet:
                 The control, cabinet of each operating mechanism shall be made
                 out of 12 SWG ( 2.64 mm thick) sheet steel or 10 mm thick
                 aluminum in the form of plate or casting. Control cabinet shall be
                 provided with hinged doors alongwith pad locking arrangement.
                 Sloping rain hood shall be provided to cover all sides. 15 mm thick
                 neoprene or better type of gaskets shall be provided to ensure
                 degree of protection of at least IP55 as per IS 13947. The cabinet
                 shall be suitable for fixing on support structure with adjustment for
                 vertical , horizontal and longitudinal alignment. Details of
                 arrangement provided for such adjustment as well as for sealing
                 shall be furnished along with the tender.


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      4.5.3 Gland Plates and glands:
            A removable gland plate with double compression type brass cable
            gland shall be provided with each operating mechanism for
            terminating all cables. Exact quantity of glands to be provided,
            shall be intimated to the successful tenderer.

      4.5.4 Auxiliary switch:

      4.5.4.1        Each operating mechanism shall be equipped with four
             numbers of NC and four numbers of NO separate and reliable
             auxiliary switches exclusively for purchaser‟s interlocking and
             protection scheme. The purchaser shall use these switches either
             directly or through contact multiplication relays for various
             protection scheme.
      4.5.4.2        The auxiliary switches and auxiliary circuits shall be capable
             of carrying a current of atleast 10 Amps continuously.
      4.5.4.3        Quick make and break ( QMB) type auxiliary switches shall
             have snap action built in within switch.
      4.5.4.4        The auxiliary switches shall be actuated by a cam or similar
             arrangement directly mounted on the isolator shaft without any
             intermediate levers, linkage etc to ensure full- proof operation.
      4.5.4.5        The auxiliary switch is required for main operating
             mechanism only.
      4.5.5          Terminal block and wiring:
             Each operating mechanism shall be provided with 1100V grade
             stud type terminal block. All auxiliary switches shall be wired upto
             the terminal block. The terminal block shall have atleast 20% extra
             terminals. All wiring shall be carried out with 1100V grade PVC
             (Ploy vinyle Chloride) insulated                   2.5 Sqmm copper
             conductor. Maximum temperature conductor shall be as per IS-
             3961.
      4.5.6 Interlocking:
             Mechanical interlocking between main switch and earth switch shall
             be provided.
4.6   Accessories:
             The accessories to be provided on the isolators shall include but not
             to be limited to the following:
      4.6.1 Position Indicator: A position indication to show whether the
             isolator is in ON or OFF position.
      4.6.2 Counter Balance spring:-
             Counter balance springs, cushions etc shall be provide to prevent
             impact at the end of travel both on opening and closing of the
             isolator. The springs shall be made of durable and non-rusting type
             alloy.
      4.6.3 Name Plates:
             The disconnect shall be provided with a name plate. The name
             plate shall be weather proof and corrosion proof. It shall be
             mounted in such a position that it shall be visible in the position of
             normal service and installation. It shall carry the following
             information duly punched or engraved on it:
      4.6.3.1        Isolators base:
             MSEDCL:
             Name of manufacturer:
             A/T No.:
             Type, Designation:
             Serial number:
             Rated Voltage:
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           Rated Normal Current:
           Rated short time current:                  M.S                   E.B
           (kArms and duration in sec)
           Rated short time peak current:             M.S                   E.B
           (kAp)
           Weigth:

     4.6.3.2        Operating mechanism:
            MSEDCL:
            Name of manufacturer:
            A/T No.:
            Type, Designation:
            Auxiliary contacts quantity & rating:
            Terminal blocks quantity & rating:
4.6.4 Padlocking device:
            The isolator and earthing switch shall be provided with padlocking
            device to permit locking of isolator & earthing switch in both fully
            opened and fully closed position.
     4.7    Signaling:
     4.7.1 Signaling of close position shall not take place unless the movable
            contacts has set in position in which the rated normal current , the
            peak withstand current and the short time withstand current can be
            carried safely.
     4.7.2 Signaling of open position shall not take place unless the movable
            contacts has reached the position such that the clearance between
            the contacts is atleast 80% of isolating distance.
     4.8    Earthing:
     4.8.1 Flexible copper connection shall be provided between rotating earth
            blades and the frame which shall have a cross section of atleast 50
            Sqmm and shall be tinned or suitably treated against corrosion.
     4.8.2 The frame of each disconnect and earthing switch shall be provided
            with two reliable earthing terminals for connection to the
            purchaser‟s earthing conductor/flat so also clamping screw suitable
            for carrying      specified short time current. Flexible ground
            connectors shall be provided for connecting operating handle to the
            earthing flat. The diameter of clamping screw shall be atleast 12
            mm. The connecting point shall be marked with earth symbol.

    4.9    Design and construction:
    4.9.1 The tenderer shall have experience of minimum five years or his
          collaborator shall have experience of minimum eight years in the
          design, manufacture and supply of equipment similar to that
          offered. Full particulars of design, manufacture, jig, template and
          quality control devices developed for manufacture of the
          equipments offered in respect of the following items shall be
          furnished with drawings and description alongwith tender.
          i)     Contacts, material, current density etc.
          ii)    Design of contact pressure.
          iii)   Contacts supports and fixing arrangement on insulators.
          iv)    Bearings, housing of bearings, bushes etc.
          v)     Balancing of heights.
          vi)    Coupling pipes, joints connection adjustments.
          vii)   Base plates.
          viii)  Down pipes, guide joints.
          ix)    Brass bushes and bearings at various joints.

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       x)     Operating mechanism, type of gear, aux. switch, size and
              thickness of box, degree of protection, gland plate, plate,
              gland etc.
       xi)    Nut bolts & fasteners.
       xii)   Interlocking devices.

       Offers without the above          information   or   with   incomplete
       information may be rejected.

4.9.2 All live parts shall be designed to have smooth surfaces without any
      sharp points, edges and other corona producing surfaces so as to
      eliminate corona at specified extinction voltage or at 1.1 X rated
      voltage if extinction voltage is not specified.

4.9.3 Fasteners:
      Nut bolts and washers of size 5\8” and higher size shall be hot dip
      galvanized. The bolts used on tapped holes of insulator cap shall be
      galvanized by centrifuge process to avoid excess deposition of zinc
      on threads. Nut, bolts and washers of less than 5\8” size shall be of
      stainless steel when used on live parts and nickel plated brass in
      other parts.

4.9.4 Contacts:
      Contacts shall be made out of hard drawn electrolytic grade copper.
      Arcing contacts wherever provided shall close first and open last.
      The contact surface shall be silver plated. Fabrication shall be made
      with suitable jig to avoid deviations during production. Details of
      size and shape of contacts, springs, back plate, fixing
      arrangements, design of contact pressure, life of contacts, limit of
      temperature rise etc, shall be furnished alongwith the tender.

4.9.5 Terminal Pad:
      It shall be made out of electrolytic copper heavily plated. The
      terminal pad shall be suitable for connection to long barrel
      bimetallic lugs. Dimensions of terminal pad shall be furnished with
      the tender.

4.9.6 Mounting of contacts:
      Fixed contacts shall be mounted on a block or channel welded to 10
      mm thick M.S plate with holes for fixing on insulators. Slots shall be
      provided for marginal adjustments of height of contacts. The
      contacts shall rest on a brass block and with initial tension. Suitable
      device shall be provided to prevent dashing. Fabrication, welding
      etc shall be done in suitable jig to avoid deviations during
      production.

4.9.7 Moving blades:
      Contacts surface of moving blades shall be heavily silver plated
      about 10 to 15 microns thick. The surface shall be wiped during
      closing and opening operations to remove any film, oxide coating
      etc. Wiping action shall not cause scouring or abrasion of surfaces.

4.9.8 Bearing:
      Rotating insulators shall be mounted on a housing with bearings.
      The housing shall be made of gravity die cast metal with smooth
      surfaces and suitably machined for seating the bearing. Two nos. of
      bearings with adequate shaft diameter and distance between the
      bearings shall be provided to avoid wobbling during operations. The
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              bearings shall be of at least 75 mm internal diameter. The bearings
              shall be of reputed make and lubricated for life. All other friction
              locations shall be provided with suitable bearings or stainless or
              brass bushes. The bearing, bushes, joints, springs etc shall be so
              designed that no lubrication shall be required during the service.
              Complete details of bearings, bushes, housing, greasing etc shall be
              furnished with the tender.

       4.9.9 Tandom pipe:
              Tandom pipes shall be of at least 25 mm ID and class B. One
              tandem pipe shall be used for phase coupling of double break
              isolators. Base plate of insulators for connection of tandem pipe
              shall be made out of one piece of at least 10 mm thick M.S plate.
              Bolts and shackle device shall be used to connect tandem pipe to
              the base plate. Wherever unavoidable sliding clamps may be used.
              These clamps shall be made out of at least 10 mm thick M.S flat
              with four nos. of nuts and bolts. A grub screw shall be provided for
              securing connection on tandem pipes. The tandem pipes shall be
              suitable to connect the isolators in any position as indicated in the
              drawing at Annexure-V enclosed with the specification.
       4.9.10 Down Pipe:
              50 mm ID class B pipe shall be provided for operating disconnects.
              The pipe shall be terminated into a suitable swivel or universal type
              joint between the insulator bottom bearing and the operating
              mechanism to take care of marginal angular misalignment at site.
              All brackets, guides etc shall be mounted on the base of the
              isolator. Arrangement of mounting any guide, bracket, part etc on
              support structure except the operating mechanism and the base
              shall not be accepted.
       4.9.11 Base:
              Each phase of the isolator shall be provide with rigid base
              fabricated from steel sections. The base shall be suitable for
              mounting on support structures. Fabrication, welding etc shall be
              done by suitable jig, power press, templates to avoid deviations
              during production. Details and dimensions of jig, templates and
              devices used for production of base shall be furnished with the
              tender.
4.10   Supporting Structure:
              The tenderer shall quote the unit price for support structure for the
              isolator offered. These support structures shall be fabricated out of
              galvanized ERW pipe conforming to IS 1239 or to be fabricated out
              of M.S plates.
       4.10.2 The support structure shall be suitable for mounting operating
              mechanism and guides. It shall be designed to withstand short
              circuit forces, wind pressure, seismic forces etc alongwith the
              operating forces., vibrations, shocks etc. at actual site conditions
              with adequate factor of safety. The tenderer shall furnish detailed
              design, calculation etc for support structures. These details shall
              also include loading data.
       4.10.3 The masonry or concrete in foundation shall be arranged and
              constructed by tenderer. The tenderer shall furnish complete date
              for design of foundations. The foundation bolts for the structure
              shall be in scope of supplier of structures. The foundation bolts
              shall be supplied well in advance for grouting .
       4.10.4 The support structure shall have foundation drilling details indicated
              in the drawing at Annexure-V of this specifications.\


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4.11   Terminal Connectors:
             The terminal connectors should be made of EC grade Aluminium
             alongwith suitable bimetallic plate of minimum 1 mm thickness. It
             should be crimping type and suitable for 0.1 Sq. inch single ACSR
             conductor.

4.12   Assembly:
             Typical operations shall be carried out on each type of fully
             assembled disconnect to ascertain that all parts fit correctly and
             function satisfactorily.

4.13   Painting, Galvanizing and climate proofing:
       4.13.1 All interiors and exteriors of enclosures, cabinets and other metal
              parts shall be thoroughly cleaned to remove all rust, scales,
              corrosion, grease and other adhering foreign matter and the
              surfaces treated by recognized phospating            ( e.g seven tank
              phospating sequenced) . After such preparation of surfaces, two
              coats of Zinc oxide primer shall be given by suitable stoving and air
              drying etc. before final painting. Colour of final paint shall be of
              shade no 631 of IS:5 i.e Epoxy light gray. The final painted cubicle
              shall present esthetically pleasing appearance free from any dent or
              uneven surface.
       4.13.2 Paint inside the metallic housing shall be of anticondensation type
              and paint on outside surfaces shall be suitable for outdoor
              installation.
       4.13.3 All ferrous parts not suitable for painting such as structural steel,
              pipes rods, levers, linkages, nuts & bolts used in other than current
              path etc. shall be hot dip galvanized. Galvanization shall be done
              after completion of fabrication, which shall be capable to prevent
              corrosion in view of the severe climatic conditions. Thickness of
              Zinc coating shall not be less than 610 gm of Zinc per Sq. Meter. of
              surface. Zinc coating shall be smooth, clean and of uniform
              thickness and free from defect. Preparation of galvanizing and
              galvanizing itself shall not adversely affect the mechanical
              properties of the coated material. The quality shall be established
              by tests as per IS 2633. Galvanizing of nuts and bolts shall be
              carried out by centrifugal or suitable process so that the bolts will
              easily fit into the tapped holes/nults.
       4.13.4 All components shall be given adequate treatment of climate
              proofing so as to withstand corrosion and severe service conditions.
       4.13.5 Complete details of painting, galvanizing and climate proofing of
              the equipments shall be furnished in the tender.

       5.0   TESTS
       5.1   TYPE TESTS:
       5.1.1 All the equipment offered should have been successfully type
             tested in line with the relevant Indian standards and technical
             specification, within the last five years from the date of offer. The
             tenderer shall furnish the following type test reports (alongwith
             General arrangement drawing, Rating and Diagram plate and
             Internal Constructional drawing) alongwith the offer.The Purchaser
             reserves the right to demand repetition of some or all type tests in
             the presence of Purchaser‟s representative. For this purpose,
             tenderer may quote unit rates for carrying out each type test. For
             any change in the design/type already tested and the design /type
             offered against this specification, the purchaser reserves right to
             demand repetition of these tests without any extra cost.
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5.1.2 During type test, the disconnect shall be mounted on its own
      support structure or equivalent support structure and installed with
      its own operating mechanism to make the type tests
      representative. Drawing of equivalent support structure if any and
      mounting arrangement made for type test shall be furnished for
      purchaser‟s approval before conducting the type tests.
5.1.3 The type tests shall be conducted on the disconnect along with
      approved insulators and terminal connectors.
5.1.4 Mechanical endurance tests shall be conducted on the main switch
      as well as earth switch on one disconnect of each type.
5.2   Acceptance and Routine Tests
5.2.1 All acceptance and routine tests as stipulated in the relevant
      standards shall be carried out by the supplier in presence of
      purchaser's representative.
5.2.2 Mechanical operation test (routine test) shall be conducted on the
      complete disconnect (Main switch & Earth switch) at supplier‟s work
      and a certified test report be furnished to the purchaser.
5.2.3 The test report of the power frequency voltage withstand test
      conducted on the insulator shall be furnished for purchaser‟s
      acceptance in lieu of conducting the power frequency ( dry) test on
      main circuit ( routine test)
5.3   Immediately       after   finalization   of    the    programme      of
      acceptance/routine testing, the supplier shall give One week
      advance intimation to the purchaser, to enable him to depute his
      representative for witnessing the tests.
5.4   Special tests:
      Special test listed in Annexure III shall be carried out in presence of
      purchaser‟s representative.
5.5   Test certificates and documents of the following items shall be
      furnished at the time of routine tests.
      a)      Chemical analysis of copper alongwith a copy of central
              excise certificate/gate pass indicating genuine source of
              procurement of electrolytic grade copper.
      b)      Bearings
      c)      Fasteners
      d)      Universal/Swivel joint coupling
      e)      Insulators
      f)      Auxiliary Switch
      g)      Interlocking devices
      h)      Terminal block.
              The purchaser may at his discretion request additional test
              certificates for other items as reasonably required to
              substantiate the quality of the same.
6.0   INSPECTION
      The inspection may be carried out by the purchaser at any stage of
      manufacture. The successful tenderer shall grant free access to the
      purchaser's representative at a reasonable time when the work is in
      progress. Inspection and acceptance of any equipments under this
      specification by the purchaser, shall not relieve the supplier of his
      obligation of furnishing the equipment in accordance with the
      specification and shall not prevent subsequent rejection if the
      equipment is found to be defective.
      The supplier shall keep the purchaser informed, in advance, about
      the manufacturing program so that arrangement can be made for
      inspection.
      The purchaser reserves the right to insist for witnessing the
      acceptance/routine testing of the bought out items.

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7.0   DOCUMENTATION:
7.1    All drawings shall conform to international standards organization.
      All drawing should be “A3” size only. All dimensions and data shall
      be in System international Units.


7.2    List of drawings and documents
      The tenderer shall furnish four sets of the following drawings along
      with his offer:
      a)       General outline and assembly drawings of the disconnects ,
               operating mechanism , structure, insulator and terminal
               connector.
      b)       Sectional views and descriptive details of items such as
               moving blades, contacts, arms, contacts, pressure contact
               support bearings , housing of bearings , bushes , balancing
               of heights, phase coupling pipes,, base plates, operating
               shaft , guides, swivel joint operating mechanism and its
               components etc.
      c)       Loading diagrams.
      d)       Drawing with structure for the purpose of type tests.
      e)       Name plate
      f)       Schematic drawings
      g)       Type test report in case the equipment has been already
               type tested.
      h)       Test report, literature, pamphlet of the bought out items
               and raw materials.
7.3   The successful Tenderer shall within 8 days of placement of order,
      submit three sets of final versions of all the above said drawings for
      purchaser's approval. The purchaser shall communicate his
      comments/approval on the drawings to the supplier. The supplier
      shall, if necessary, modify the drawings and resubmit three copies
      of the modified drawings for purchaser's approval within One week
      from the date of purchaser's comments. After receipt of purchaser's
      approval, the supplier shall, immediately submit 10 prints and two
      good quality reproducibles of the approved drawings on plastic
      coated (film type) durable reproducible paper for purchasers use.
7.4   Six sets of the type test reports, duly approved by the purchaser,
      shall be submitted by the supplier for distribution, before
      commencement of supply. Adequate copies of acceptance and
      routine test certificates , duly approved by the purchaser, shall
      accompany the dispatch consignment.
7.5   The manufacturing of the equipment shall be strictly in accordance
      with the approved drawings and no deviations shall be permitted
      without the written approval of the purchaser. All manufacturing
      and fabrication work in connection with the equipments prior to the
      approval of the drawing shall be at suppliers risk.
7.6   Approval of drawings/work by purchaser shall not relieve the
      supplier of his responsibility and liability for ensuring correctness
      and correct interpretation of the drawings for meeting the
      requirement of the latest revision of applicable standards, rules and
      codes of practices.
7.7   Instruction manual:
      Five copies of the erection, operation and maintenance manual in
      English shall be supplied for each type of the disconnect one week
      prior to dispatch of the equipment. The manual shall be bound
      volume and shall contain all drawings and information required for
      erection, operation and maintenance of the disconnect including but
      not limited to the following particulars:
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             a)   Marked erection prints identifying the component parts of
                  the disconnect as shipped with assembly drawings.
             b)   Detailed dimensions and descriptions of all auxiliaries.
             c)   Detailed views of the insulator stacks , metallics, operating
             mechanism, structure, interlocks, spare parts etc.

      8.0    Mandatory Spares:
             The tenderer shall furnish in his offer, a list of mandatory spares
             with unit rates for each rating of disconnect that may be necessary
             for maintenance of the disconnect for a period of five years. The
             purchaser reserves the right for selection of items and quantities of
             these spares to be ordered.
             The cost of following spares shall be considered for tender
             evaluation:
             a)     Insulators
             b)     Contacts
             c)     Moving blades
             d)     Springs
             e)     Bearings
                    In addition list of optional spares may be enclosed.

      9.0     SCHEDULES
             9.1   The tenderer shall fill in the following schedule, which from
                  part of the tender specification and offer. If the schedules
                  are not submitted duly filled in with the offer, the offer shall
                  be liable for rejection.

Schedule “A”--      Guaranteed and Technical particulars
                    of each type of disconnect

Schedule “B” --     Schedule of deviation

Schedule “C”--      Tenderers experience

Schedule “D”--      Deviation from specified standards.

Schedule “E”--      Deviation from specified test requirements

             9.2    Unless otherwise brought out separately by the tenderers in
                    the schedule of deviation (Schedule „B‟& „D‟‟) the
                    disconnects offered shall be dealed to conform to the
                    specification, scrupulously. All deviations from the
                    specifications shall be brought out in the schedule of
                    deviation (Schedule „B‟). The discrepancies between the
                    specifications and the catalogue or literature submitted as
                    the part of offer shall not be considered as valid deviation
                    unless specifically brought out in the schedule of deviation.
             9.3    For any deviation from the specification, which is not
                    specifically brought out in the schedule of deviation, the
                    offer may be liable for rejection. Authentic documents,
                    standard and clarification shall support the deviation
                    brought out in the schedule, otherwise the offer may be
                    liable for rejection.
             9.4    The tenderer shall submit the list of orders for similar type
                    of equipments executed or under execution during the last
                    Five years, with full details, in the schedule of Tenderers
                    Experience (Schedule „C‟) to enable the purchaser to

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              evaluate the tender. In case the equipments are being
              designed and manufactured in collaboration with the other
              manufacturer, the following additional information shall be
              submitted by the tenderer along with his offer.
              i)     Copy of the collaboration agreement executed
                     between the tenderer and the collaborator.
              ii)    List of orders for suitable equipments, executed
                     /being executed by the collaborator during the last 8
                     years.

10     Information to be furnished by the tenderer:
10.1   The ready reference of the Tenderer, the items of information to be
       invariably furnished by the tenderer in his offer are listed below:-
i)     One copies of the authentic English translation of each of the
       standard to which the offered equipments conforms in case those
       are other than the standards specified in this specification as per
       clause no. 3.0.
j)     Details of design and construction, operating mechanism, jig fixture
       and devices used by the tenderer for quality control etc as per
       clause no. 5.9.
k)     Details of painting, galvanizing and climate proofing of equipments
       as per clause no. 5.13.
l)     Drawings as per clause No. 10.0
m)     Schedule A to D as per clause 13.0.
10.2   The tenderer shall also arrange to demonstrate various devices,
       components        etc,    depute       his     representative      for
       discussion/clarification and/or furnish additional information as
       required by the purchaser. Failure to furnish such information/
       clarification may render the offer to be summarily rejected.




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                           ANNEXURE – I
                        LIST OF STANDARDS
Sr.No.   Standard No.                            Title
  1      IS-1818        Alternating current Isolators (disconnectors)
                        and earthing switches.
  2      IS -9921       -- do--
  3      IEC-129        -- do--
  4      IS – 2544      Insulators
  5      IS-13947       Degree of protection provided by enclosures
  6      IS-4691        --do--
  7      IS-325         Three Phase Induction Motors
  8      IS- 4722       Rotating Electrical machines
  9      IS -2629       Recommended practice for hot dip galvanizing
                        of iron and steel
 10      IS-4759        Hot dip galvanization coating on Structural
                        steel.
 11      IS-2603        Method of Testing weight, thickness and
                        uniformity of coating on fasteners.
 12      IS-1573        Electroplated coating of Zinc on Iron and steel
 13      IS-3033        Spring Washers
 14      IS-2016        Plain Washers
 15      IE Rules-      Indian Electricity Rules.
         1956
 16      IEC-168        Tests on Indoor and Outdoor post insulators
 17      IEC- 3961      Recommended current rating for PVC
                        insulated and PVC sheathed heavy duty
                        cables.
 18      IS-5561        Power connectors
 19      IS-1554        PVC Cables
 20      IS-5578        Guide for marking of insulated conductors and
                        arrangement for Switchgear bus bar main
                        connectors & auxiliary wirings.
 21      IS-11353       Guide for uniform system of marking and
                        identification of conductors and apparatus
                        terminals.




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                                    ANNEXURE II
                          PRINCIPAL TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
                                 (REF CLAUSE NO. 4.0)
 Sr.      Technical Parameters                                            Requirements
 No.
  1       Rated Frequency ( Hz)                                            50 Hz.
  2       System Neutral earthing                                         Effectively earthed
  3       No. of phases ( Poles)                                          3
  4       Temperature rise                                                As per relevant IS/IEC
                                                                          publication
 5        Safe duration of overload
 a)       150 % of rated current                                          5 minutes
 b)       120 % of rated current                                          30 minutes
 6        Rated Voltage (KV rms)                                          36
 7        Type of disconnect ( AB)                                        DBCR
 8        Rated normal current ( Amps)                                    800
 9        Rated short time withstand current of MS and EB for         3   25
          seconds ( KA rms)
 10       Rated Peak current of MS and EB (KA peak)                       63
 11       Rated short circuit making current of E.B ( KA peak)            63
 12       Special requirements                                            a)Earthing blades shall
                                                                          be      capable       to
                                                                          discharge the trapped
                                                                          charge of the line
                                                                          b)Isolator Main switch
                                                                          shall be required to
                                                                          make or break the line
                                                                          charging current when
                                                                          no significant change
                                                                          in voltage        occurs
                                                                          across the isolating
                                                                          distance on account of
                                                                          make or break
                                                                          c)The Isolator required
                                                                          is not with turn and
                                                                          twist mechanism, it is
                                                                          rotating type
 13       Basic insulation level
  i)      Lightening impulse withstand voltage (KV peak)
 a)       To earth and between poles                                      170
 b)       Across isolating distance                                       195
 ii)      Rated power frequency withstand voltage(KVrms)
 a)       To earth and between poles                                      70
 b)       Across isolating distance                                       80
 14       Minimum creepage ( mm)                                          900
 15       Phase to phase spacing for installation ( mm)                   1500
 16       Minimum clearances ( mm)
  i)      Phase & earth                                                   480
 ii)      Between the rotating post and fixed post    phase               500

 17       Height of centre line of terminal pad above ground level.       3885 approx.

Notes:-                DBCR- Double Break Centre Pole Rotating Isolators
                       AB-         AIR Break
                       MS-         Main Switch
                       EB-         Earth Blade
                       APP-        Approximate

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                              ANNEXURE III

          LIST OF SPECIAL TESTS TO BE CARRIDE OUT
                    (REF. CLAUSE NO. 6.4)

Sr.No.                  Name of the Tests             Standard to which
                                                      it conforms
   1     Test on insulators                           IS : 2544

   2     Test on insulators                           IEC : 168

   3     Test on Terminal connectors                  IS : 5561

   4     Test on Galvanized components                IS : 2623

   5     Operation Tests on operating mechanism and
         interlock
   6     Endurance Tests on auxiliary switches.




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                                       SCHEDULE “A”
              GUARANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS FOR DISCONNECTS
                                   (REF CLAUSE NO. 13.0)
          To be furnished by the tenderer for each type of disconnects separately.
Sr. No.                              Particulars                                Guaranteed Value
             Equipment Offered                                      Item no. of schedule A and Name
   1         Name of manufacturer
  i)         Country of manufacture
  ii)        Country of origin of product
   2         Manufacturer‟s type
   3         Standard/s to which equipment conforms
   4         Frequency ( Hz)
   5         Rated Voltage (kVrms)
   6         Maximum design voltage at which isolator can operate
             ( kVrms)
  7          Max. current that cane be safely interrupted by
             isolator ( Amps & pf)
             Inductive
             Capacitive
  8          Continuous current rating ( A rms)
             Nominal
             Under site conditions
  9          Rated short time current                                     M.S                         EB
             i) for 3 seconds ( kA rms)
             ii) for 1 second ( kA rms)
             iii) rated peak short time current (kApeak)
  10         Current density at the minimum cross section of              M.S                         EB
             i)moving blade
             ii)Terminal pad
             iii) Contacts
             iv)Terminal connector
  11         Max. temperature rise of current carrying parts when
             carrying rated current continuously ( degree C)
  12         Derating factor for specified site conditions
  13         Insulation Levels                                      Ph to Ph, Ph. To E, Isolating distance

             i)Dry impulse withstand voltage                        (kVpeak)      (kVpeak)         (kVpeak)

             ii)Wet power Frequency withstand voltage               (kVrms)      (kVrms)         (kVrms)
  14         Minimum clearance in air (mm)
             i)Between poles
             ii) Between live parts & earth
             iii) Between live when switch is open
             a) On the same pole
             b) Between adjacent poles
  15         Rated mechanical terminal load ( kg)
             i)Load along the terminal connector side
             ii)Load across the terminal connector side
  16         Torque required to operate the switch ( Kg-m)                M.S                         EB
  17         Design and construction                                      M.S                         EB
             i)No. of insulator per pole
             ii) No. of breaks per pole
             iii) (a) Type of closing/opening mechanism                   M.S                         EB
             (Turn and twist, straight etc)
             b)Time for opening & closing
             iv)Contacts                                                  M.S                         EB
             a)Material & grade
             b) Cross sectional area ( Sqmm)
             c) No. of operations the isolator can make without
             deterioration of contacts
             v)Moving blades                                              M.S                         EB
             a)Material & Grade
             b)Cross sectional area
             vi) Contact supports

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a) Material & size of channel /block
b) Material & size of plate
vii)Rain hood-material grade & size
viii) Nuts & Bolts
a)Size , material & grade in live parts
b) Size, material & grade in other parts
ix)Insulator base plate
a)Material & size of elevator plate below fixed
insulators
b)Material & size of studs & bolts
c)Material & size of rotating insulator base plates
x) Bearings                                            MS    EB

a)Material & size of housing
b)No. of bearings, locations & size
c)No. of bushes,joints,locations and size.
xi)Tandem pipe                                         MS    EB

a)Size class & no. of pipes
b)Size of shackle & screw
c)No. of clamps & material and size
xii) Type of interlock
xiii) Down pipe size and class                         M.S   EB
xiv) Type of universal/swivel joints
a)Between bearing and down pipe
b)Between down pipe & operating mechanism
xv) Operating mechanism
a)Control cabinet
Material and thickness
Degree of protection
Type, size & no. of cable glands
Whether removable gland plates provided
b) Make, type, rating & quantity of
Insulated wires
Interlocks
xvi) Insulators
a)Types
b)No. of units per insulator
c)Height of each insulator stack (mm)
d)No. of holes, size & pitch circle diameter ( mm)
e) Tensile strength (Kg)
f) Compressive strength (kg)
g)Torsional strength (Kg- cm)
h)Centilever strength upright (Kg)
i)Rated Voltage (kVrms)
j)Power frequency dry flash over voltage (kVrms)

k)Power frequency wet flash over voltage (kVrms)

l)Impulse flash over voltage ( positive wave) (
kVpeak)
m)Impulse withstand Voltage (kVpeak)
n)Power Frequency puncture voltage
(kVrms)
o)Visual discharge voltage level ( kVrms)
p)Creepage distance Total ( mm)
q)Dry arcing distance (mm)
xvii) Base and supporting structure
a) Size of steel sections used
b)Overall size
c)Total weight
xviii)Terminal connector
a)Clamp body
i) Material composition plating if any
ii)Area at minimum cross section




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         b)Bolts and Nut size
         i)Material composition
         ii)Tensile strength
         c)Type of washers used
         xix)Material of braids
         xx)Temperature rise when carrying the
         rated current at 50 degree C ambient ( C)



   18.0         List of bought out items
Sr.No. Particulars of components      Qty                Rating   Make   Type


  19.0           List of test certificates furnished

  20.0           List of drawings furnished




  Name of Firm ________________________________________

  Name and Signature of Tenderer _________________________

  Designation __________________________________________

  Date _________________________________




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                              SCHEDULE – B
                     DEVIATIONS FROM SPECIFICATION
                          (REF. CLAUSE NO. 13.0)

      Sr. No.            Clause No.                  Details of deviation with
                                                           justifications




Name of Firm _________________________________________________

Name and Signature of Tenderer __________________________________

Designation ___________________________________________________

Date _________________________________




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                                 SCHEDULE – C

             Tenderer shall furnish here a list of similar orders executed/under
      execution by him during the last Five Years and the name/s and address/es of
      person/s to whom a reference may be made by purchases in case he considers
      such a reference necessary.
        S.No.       Name and       Value of order  Period of supply   Name and
                   description of                        and          address of
                       order                        commissioning      Person to
                                                                        whom
                                                                    reference may
                                                                       be made
          1              2                3               4                5




Name of Firm ____________________________________________

Name and Signature of Tenderer _____________________________

Designation ______________________________________________

Date _________________________________




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                                  SCHEDULE – D

             SCHEDULE OF DEVIATIONS FROM SPECIFIED STANDARDS
                           (REF. CLAUSE NO. 13.0)

       Sr     Parameters   Stipulation of specified           Stipulation of     Remarks
       No.                 standards by tenderer           standards adopted
                           Standard Stipulations         Standard Stipulations
                              ref                           ref




Name of Firm ____________________________________________

Name and Signature of Tenderer _____________________________

Designation ______________________________________________

Date _________________________________




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                                SCHEDULE – E

   DEVIATIONS FROM TEST REQUIREMENTS SPECIFIED IN RELEVANT AND
           PRESENT SPECIFICATIONS (REF. CLAUSE NO. 13.0)



   Sr       Name of Test     Standard    Requirement of   Proposed    Reasons for
   No         standard         No. &       standards      deviation    deviation
                              Clause
          Type Tests

          Special Tests

          Acceptance Tests

          Routine Tests




Name of Firm ____________________________________________

Name and Signature of Tenderer _____________________________

Designation ______________________________________________

Date _________________________________




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                GUARANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS FOR CONTROL CABLES
Sr
                         Particulars                       2C X 2.5                   4C X 2.5
No
1 Name of Manufacturer
2 Brand/Make

3 Type of Cable                                            11 KV grade LT copper control cable

4 Standard applicable                                    IS:1554(Part_i)/88 ammended uptodate

5 Whether ISI marked                                                          Yes
6 Conductor
                                                           Annealed Bare Cu. Conductor as per
 i   Material
                                                                      IS:8130/84
ii Size/No. of strands                                                    7/0.675 mm

iii Area (Sqmm)                                                            2.5 Sqmm

7 Insulation

 i   Type of Cable                                             Extruded PVC type A IS:5831/84
ii Thickness                                                                0.90 mm
iii Tolerance                                                             + 0.19 mm

                                                         Colour coding upto five cores & above five
                                                         cores printed numerals in white colour on
iv Core identification
                                                        each core as per IS :1554(Part-I) with gray
                                                                        colour base.

8 Inner sheath
 i   Type                                                  Extruded PVC type ST-1 IS:5831/84
ii Minimum thickness(mm)                                                    0.50 mm
iii Colour                                                                   Black
9 Armouring
 i   Type of material                                                G.I wire as per IS-3975
ii Size (mm)                                                   1.40                     1.40
10 Outer sheath
 i   Type                                                  Extruded PVC type ST-1 IS:5831/84
ii Minimum thickness(mm)                                       1.24                     1.24
iii Colour                                                                   Black

11 Packing (As per IS:10418)(+10.0% tolerance)                          500 mtrs + 10%

12 Outer Dia approx (+ 2 mm)                                   15.10                   16.50

13 Electrical properties

     Max. conductor resistance at 20 Deg C
 i                                                                       7.41 ohm/Km
     (ohm/Km)
     Insulation resistance (VR) ar 27 Deg C ( Ohm-
ii                                                                1 X 1013 Ohms-cms(min)
     cms)
iii Current rating

a Air ( amp)                                                    27                       24

b Ground ( amp)                                                 32                       27
iv Short Circuit current rating ( K amps)                                    0.292
14 Special Test                                         Rodent & Termite Repulsion Test for sheath
15 Embossing                                                      1100 V -Electric Cable -



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   MAHARASHTRA STATE ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION CO. LTD.
                  Urban Circle, Nashik.




                  Bid Document No. SE/NUC/T-I/07-08/12




                         VOLUME – III
                           ACTIVITY SCHEDULE




                             BID DOCUMENT FOR



  Work of Providing & fixing of 33 & 11KV CT & PT for Substation metering at
various 33/11 KV S/Station in Urban Circle, Nashik and Cross over points under
                              Urban Circle, Nashik




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                                        Activity Schedule
         Activity for supply, erection, testing & commissioning of 33 Kv CT/PT and allied
        equipments for feeder metering in Nashik District as specified in relevant section
                          section of Volume - II.
Sr
                           Description of Works                             Unit   Amount
No
1
     Supply, erection, testing & commissioning of 33 Kv CT's of ratio
     200 - 100 / 1-1-1 A as specified in relevant sections of Vol. II and   No
     as per standard method of construction.

2
     Supply, erection, testing & commissioning of 33 Kv PT's as
     specified in relevant sections of Vol. II and as per standard method No
     of construction.
3 Supply, erection & commissioning of 33 Kv Isolator without EB &
  allied structure as specified in relevant sections of Vol. II and as      Set
  per standard method of construction.
4 Supply & erection of structure for 33 Kv CT's as per MSEDCL
                                                                            MT
  specifications and drawing in Vol. II.
5 Supply & erection of structure for 33 Kv PT's as per MSEDCL
                                                                            MT
  specifications and drawing in Vol. II.
6
     Supply of ACSR Dog as specified in relevant sections of Vol. II and
     fixing of jumpers & droppers as per standard method of              Rmt
     construction.
7
     Providing & fixing of Marshalling Box with TB for CT's as per
                                                                            No
     MSEDCL specifications and standard method of construction.

8
     Providing & fixing of Marshalling Box with TB & HRC fuse for PT's
                                                                       No
     as per MSEDCL specifications and standard method of construction.

9
     Supply of earthing set made out of CI Pipe 150 mm dia.3 Mtr long
     with clamps as per MSEDCL specifications & drawing, coal, salt &       Job
     bentonite clay and erection thereof in approved manner.
10
     Supply of MS Flat 50X6 mm and laying thereof for equipment
                                                                            MT
     earthing in approved manner.

11
     Providing & fixing of clamps for 33 Kv CT's as per MSEDCL
                                                                            No
     specifications and of approved make.

12
     Providing & fixing of clamps for 33 Kv PT's as per MSEDCL
                                                                            No
     specifications and of approved make.



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13
     Providing & fixing of pad clamps for 33 Kv Isolator's as per
                                                                                 No
     MSEDCL specifications and of approved make.

14
     Providing & fixing of crimping type ' T ' connector suitable for ACSR
                                                                           No
     Dog as per MSEDCL specifications and of approved make.

15
     Supply of PVC Pipe 2" dia. and laying threof 500mm below G.L.in
                                                                                 Rmt
     approved manner for control cable activity.

15
     Supply & fixing of metering cabinet suitable for fixing TOD meter
                                                                                 Rmt
     as per with suitable locking arrangement made out of SMC sheet

16
     Supply of multistrand, armoured, copper control cable as specified
     in relevant sections of Vol. II, laying in already laid PVC pipe,
     dressing, providing glands & termination at both ends and
     commissioning thereof as per standard method of construction.

a 2 core 2.5 Sq.mm                                                               Rmt
b 4 core 2.5 Sq.mm                                                               Rmt
17
     Equipment Foundations in 1:3:6 ratio

a For CT                                                                         Cmt
b For PT                                                                         Cmt
c For Isolator                                                                   Cmt
                                         Material Cost
1 Erection on Material                                                                 10%
2 Trasportation on Material                                                             5%
3 Service Tax @ (12.24% on 1&2 )                                                       1.83%
4 Contingencies on Material                                                             3%
5 T&P on Material                                                                      1.50%
6 Contractor's supervision, high level testing & commissioning
                                                                                        5%
  charges on material
7 Contractor's financing on material                                                    3%
     Sub Total
8
     Contractor's profit on total project cost i.e. on sub total                        5%

                                                                   Grand Total




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  Activity for supply, erection, testing & commissioning of 11 Kv CT/PT and
allied equipments for feeder metering under Urban Circle, Nashik as specified
                   in relevant section section of Volume - II.
Sr
                       Description of Works                       Unit   Amount
No
1
     Supply, errection, testing & commissioning of D.P.
     Structure for 11 KV CTPT installation at cross over point
                                                                  No
     as per standard method of construction complete fitting
     with seven earthing a D.P.

2 Conversion of In line DP/Pole to cutpoint as per
  standard method of construction ( 6 Nos. of disc                No
  insulator, pin insulator, jumpers, crimping)
3 Supply, errection, testing & commissioning of 11 KV CT
  outdoor type 300/5
                                                                  Set
  200/5
  100/5
4
     Supply, errection, testing & commissioning of 11 KV PT
                                                                  Set
     outdoor type
5
     Supply of ACSR Dog conductor for jumpering                   MT

6
     Supply & Crimping of T connector for DP structure            MT
7
     Supply & Fixing of metering cabinet suitable for fixing of
     TOD meter as per MSEDCL specification in suitable            Rmt
     locking arrangement made out of SMC sheet

1 Erection on Material                                                    10%
2 Transportation on Material                                              5%
3 Service Tax @ (12.24% on 1&2)                                          1.83%
4 Contingencies on Material                                               3%
5 T&P on Material                                                        1.50%
6 Contractor's supervision, high level testing &
                                                                          5%
  commissioning charges on material

     Contractor's financing on material                                   3%
7
     Sub Total
8 Contractor's profit on total project cost i.e. on sub total             5%
                                                   Grand Total




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