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FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY

VIDARBHA IRRIGATION DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION, NAGPUR


(A Government of Maharashtra Undertaking)

CHIEF ENGINEER (ELECTRICAL)


HYDRO PROJECTS, MUMBAI.

SUPERINTENDING ENGINEER
VIDARBHA HYDRO ELECTRIC & LIFT IRRIGATION CIRCLE, NAGPUR.

PRICE BID DOCUMENT


No. EE/VHELIDB/10/2011

FOR

Supply, erection, testing and commissioning of 33 KV Line for


Rajegaonkati Lift Irrigation Scheme.

Executive Engineer
Vidarbha Hydro Electric & Lift
Irrigation Division, Bhandara

Tel & Fax – 07184 - 250895


Email – eevhelidb@rediffmail.com

October - 2011

Price Rs. 5,000/-

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VIDARBHA IRRIGATION DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION, NAGPUR


(A Government of Maharashtra Undertaking)

PRICE BID NO. EE/VHELIDB/ 10 /2011

Supply, erection, testing and commissioning of 33 KV Line for


Rajegaonkati Lift Irrigation Scheme.

Downloaded by M/s ________________________________________________

________________________________________________

Sign & Seal of tenderer

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INDEX

Section Particulars Page No.


No.

I. Press Notice (Marathi & English) 4 to 7

Detailed Tender Notice 8 to 9

II. Instructions to tenderers 10 to 17

III. B-1 Tender Form 18 to 26

IV. Schedule A 27 to 29

V. Schedule B 30 to 34

VI. Schedule C 35 to 36

VII. Appendices 37 to 49

VIII. Conditions of B-1 Contract 50 to 90

IX. Special Conditions of Contract 91 to 131

X. General Information & Technical Specifications 132 to 148

XI. Drawings 149 to 154

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SECTION -I

PRESS NOTICE AND DETAILED TENDER NOTICE

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PRESS NOTICE

VIDARBHA IRRIGATION DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION, NAGPUR


(A Government of Maharashtra Undertaking)

BID NO. EE/VHELIDB/10/2011

Main Portal : http://maharashtra.etenders.in


VIDC Portal: http://vidc.maharashtra.etenders.in
Online pre-qualification documents are invited from the licensed electrical contractor
registered in Maharashtra for and on behalf of Governor of Maharashtra in B-1 form for the
following work by the Executive Engineer, Vidarbha Hydro Electric & Lift Irrigation
Division, Bhandara. Ph.& Fax - 07184-250895 e-mail-eevhelidb@rediffmail.com
The blank pre-qualification document is available on web site from 14.11.2011
Sr. Name of work Estimated Earnest Time limit Period of Last date and Date and Cost of
No. Money for (sale) time of Time of blank PQ
Cost Rs. Rs. completion downloading uploading opening document
(Lakh) (Lakh) of work of PQ (submission) (if possible) (Non-
from date document of PQ refundable)
of work Document
order

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
I. Supply, erection,
testing and 148.64 1.12 6 months 14.11. 11 to On or before - on Rs. 4000/-
commissioning of 19.11.11 19.11. 11upto 23.11. 11 at (Rs. Four
33 KV Line for
upto 15.00 15.00 Hrs) 10.00 Hrs thousand
Rajegaonkati Lift hrs only)
Irrigation Scheme
Tal.& Dist Gondia

The e-tendering process will be strictly governed by the schedule of key dates
available on the web site.
The tenderers participating first time in e-Tendering process will have to procure
Digital Signature Certificate, Username & Password from competent authorities as per
guideline mentioned on homepage of the website.
All requisite information required for the submission of PQ document is available in the
above said website.
If any assistance is required regarding e-Tendering (upload / download) please contact
Phone No. 020-41466666, e-tendering help desk , help@nextenders.com,
The Government reserves the right to reject any or all the bids or annul the process
without assigning any reason and without being responsible for the cost incurred by the
tenderer in preparing his Bid.

Executive Engineer
Vidarbha Hydro electric & lift Irrigation Division,
Bhandara

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DETAILED TENDER NOTICE

VIDARBHA IRRIGATION DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION, NAGPUR


(A Government of Maharashtra Undertaking)

BID NO. EE/VHELIDB/10/2011

Main Portal : http://maharashtra.etenders.in

VIDC Portal: http://vidc.maharashtra.etenders.in


Online digital signed pre-qualification documents are invited from the licensed
electrical contractor registered in Maharashtra for and on behalf of Governor of Maharashtra
in B-1 form for the following work by the Executive Engineer, Vidarbha Hydro Electric &
Lift Irrigation, Division, Bhandara. Ph.& Fax - 07184-250895 e-mail-
eevhelidb@rediffmail.com
The blank pre-qualification document is available on web site from to

Sr. Name of work Estimated Earnest Time limit Period of Last date and Date and Cost of
No. Money for (sale) time of Time of blank PQ
Cost Rs. Rs. completion downloading uploading opening document
(Lakh) (Lakh) of work of PQ (submission) (if possible) (Non-
from date document of PQ refundable)
of work Document
order

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
I. Supply, erection,
testing and 148.64 1.12 6 months 14.11. 11 to On or before - on Rs. 4000/-
commissioning of 19.11.11 19.11. 11upto 23.11.11 at (Rs.Four
33 KV Line for upto 15.00 15.00 Hrs) 10.00 Hrs thousand
Rajegaonkati Lift hrs only)
Irrigation Scheme
Tal.& Dist Gondia

(A) P.Q. DOCUMENT SCHEDULE

1) The Pre-Qualification Document is available on e-tendering web site of VIDC Portal :


http://vidc.maharashtra.etenders.in
2) The cost of Pre-Qualification Document is Rs.4000/- (Rs. Four Thousand Only) and
will be paid by the tenderer in the office of the Executive Engineer, Vidarbha Hydro
Electric & Lift Irrigation Division, Bhandara.
3) The scanned copy of the receipt towards the cost of PQ document be uploaded
alongwith document.
4) Hard copy of uploaded document along with supporting documents should be submitted
in the office of the Superintending Engineer, Vidarbha Hydro Electric & Lift Irrigation
Circle,Wainganganagar,Ajani, Nagpur-440003 on or before the last date and time of
uploading of PQ document. The PQ document will be rejected if cost of p.q. document
and hard copy as mentioned above, are not received within stipulated time.
5) Pre-Qualification Document will be opened in the office of the Superintending
Engineer, Vidarbha Hydro Electric & Lift Irrigation Circle, Nagpur
6) The bidder will have to prove his Financial and Technical capability by uploading the
necessary “Information/Documents” as mentioned in Pre-Qualification Document.
After scrutiny of the PQ document with supporting documents uploaded by the bidder
on website, a list of qualified bidder will be prepared and only qualified bidder will be
communicated in this regard. Pre-qualified bidders will be allowed to participate in
Price Bid by downloading the Price Bid document.

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(B) PRICE BID DOCUMENT SCHEDULE


Sr. Name of work Estimated Earnest Time limit downloading Last date and Date and Cost of
No. Money for (sale) period time of Time of blank Price
Cost Rs. Rs. completion of Price Bid uploading opening bid
(Lakh) (Lakh) of work document (submission) (if document
from date of Price Bid possible) (Non-
of work refundable)
order
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
I. Supply, erection,
testing and 148.64 1.12 6 months 30.11.11 to On or before - on Rs. 5,000/-
commissioning of 7.12.11 7.2.11upto 12.12.11at (Rs.Five
33 KV Line for 17..00 Hrs) 10.00 Hrs thousand
Rajegaonkati Lift only)
Irrigation Scheme
Tal.& Dist Gondia

1. The Price Bid Document is available on e-tendering web site of VIDC Portal
http://vidc.maharashtra.etenders.in
2. The cost of each Price Bid Document is Rs. 5,000/- (Rs. Five Thousand Only) and will be
paid by the tenderer in the office of the Executive Engineer, Vidarbha Hydro Electric &
Lift Irrigation Division, Bhandara.
3. The scanned copy of the receipt towards the cost of price bid document. should be
uploaded alongwith Price Bid document.
4. EMD in the form of Bank Guarantee in Original alongwith hard copy of uploaded
Documents as per Envelope No. I & II should be submitted in the office of the
Superintending Engineer, Vidarbha Hydro Electric & Lift Irrigation
Circle,Wainganganagar, Ajani, Nagpur-440003 on or before the last date and time of
uploading of Price Bid. The Price Bid will be rejected if cost of price bid document and
EMD in the form of DD/Bank Guarantee in Original along with hard copy as mentioned
above are not received within stipulated time.
5. Price Bid Document will be opened in the office of the Superintending Engineer,
Vidarbha Hydro Electric & Lift Irrigation Circle, Nagpur
C) 1. All subsequent corrigendum/amendment shall be available only on web site. Hence
bidders are advised to visit web site until the Pre –Qualification document / Price Bid is
finally opened.
2. In case of any dispute between uploaded document and copy submitted by bidder, Pre –
Qualification document / Price Bid Document uploaded by bidder on web site will be
treated as final.
3. Bidders are not allowed to make any changes in the uploaded document after last date
and time of uploading. If found so, his tender will be rejected outright & he will be
liable for other legal action.
4. The Government reserves the right to reject any or all the bids or annul the process
without assigning any reason and without being responsible for the cost incurred by
the bidders in preparing his PQ document / Price-Bid.

Executive Engineer
Vidarbha Hydro electric & lift Irrigation Division,
Bhandara

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SECTION -II

INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS

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Instructions to Tenderers for e-tendering
The details can be viewed and downloaded online directly from the Government of
Maharashtra e-tender Portal http://maharashtra.etenders.in on Sub Portal of Vidarbha
Irrigation Development Corporation http :// vidc.maharashtra.etenders.in

1. Detail tender notice can be seen on the notice board in the office of the Executive
Engineer, Vidarbha Hydro Electric & Lift Irrigation Division, Bhandara. Blank Price Bids are
available on the Government of Maharashtra website http://maharashtra.etenders.in through
Sub Portal of http://vidc.maharashtra.etenders.in. The competent authority reserves all
rights of rejecting any or all tender without assigning any reason.

2. Only those tenderers who are short listed in pre-qualification stage are
eligible for participating in price bid. The cost of price bid is Rs. 10000 /- only and will be
paid by the contractor in the office of the “Executive Engineer, Vidarbha Hydro Electric &
Lift Irrigation Division, Bhandara '' EMD in the form of DD/Bank Guarantee in Original
alongwith hard copy of uploaded Documents as per Envelope No. I & II should be submitted
in the office of the Superintending Engineer, Vidarbha Hydro Electric & Lift Irrigation
Circle, Nagpur on or before the last date and time of uploading of Price Bid. The Price Bid
will be rejected if cost of price bid document and EMD in the form of DD/Bank Guarantee in
Original along with hard copy as mentioned above are not received within stipulated time.
EMD in the form of Bank Guarantee shall also be scanned & uploaded in Envelope No. 1
without which Envelope No.2 will not be opened.

3. It is necessary to give the undertaking as follows by the tenderer, that he will not make any
changes in tender documents downloaded from website. If it is done the tender of such
tenderer will be rejected and the tenderer who made such
changes are liable for action as per Rules. Tender documents published on website are
considered as authentic and legal documents in case of any complaint about the tender.

4. It is necessary to give undertaking as follows "I have seen detailed drawings of


works on website. It is part of tender documents. I have visited the site and I am
well conversant to site condition. I have quoted my offer by considering all these
things. I am ready to sign the tender & drawings before depositing security deposit and taking
work order if my tender is accepted.”

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5. In order to participate in the tenders floated using the Electronic Tender Management
System (ETMS), all bidders are required to get enrolled on the ETMS portal
http://mahrashtra.etenders.in

6. The bids submitted online should be signed electronically with a Digital Certificate to
establish the identity of the bidder bidding online. The tenderer has
to obtain the Digital Certificate. For information required for Digital Certificate he may
contact ETMS Help Desk.

7. For submitting the bids online, the bidders are required to make online payment using the
electronic payments gateway service Bid Submission Fee Rs.1024/-. The different modes of
electronic payments accepted on the ETMS is available and can be viewed online on the
ETMS Website http://maharashtra.etenders.in.

8. The activities of Tender purchase/Download, Preparation of Bid (Submit Bid Hash online),
Submission of Bids, Submission of EMD and other Documents will be governed by the time
schedules given under “Key Dates”.

9. The Bidders has to submit (Upload, Scan, Copies/fill) his offer/credentials online as
required in the tender/prequalification in the online templates in relevant envelopes.

10. The Bidders may refer e-Tendering Tool Kit available online to perform their
online activities http://maharashtra.etenders.in

11. Manner of submission of Price Bid & its accompaniments


The tenderer shall submit the tender documents in two sealed envelope system as
below.

Envelope No.1
The following documents shall be uploaded in envelope No.1
a) Scanned copy of receipt of Rs 10000 /- as cost of blank tender form
b) Scanned copy of earnest money deposit in the form of Bank Guarantee.
c) Scanned copy of valid certificate of registration as licensed electrical contractor issued by
Government of Maharashtra.
d) List of Machineries and Plants immediately available with the tenderer for use on this
work (in Appendix B).

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e) Details of work of similar type and magnitude carried out by the tenderer
during last five years. (in Appendix C)
f) Details of other works tendered for and in hand on the date of submission
(in Appendix D).
g) List of machinery proposed to be used for work but not immediately available
(in Appendix E) .
h) Declaration of the Contractor.(in Appendix F )
i) Scanned copy of the registration under clause No - 8 and 9 of the Value Added Tax Act -
2005 is obligatory for registered contractor and the same should be submitted in Envelope
No.1. If not submitted 4% tax or as per rules in force will be deducted from bills if contract
is awarded.

All the above documents shall be uploaded in the envelope No.1. If these documents are
not found, envelope No.2 will not be opened.

Envelope No.2
The second envelope shall contain only the Price bid, including the common set of
conditions/stipulations uploaded by the department duly signed by the tenderer . A bid
submitted without this would be considered as invalid. The tenderer should quote his offer on
B-1 form (at relevant place) of the tender as percentage of estimated rates at the appropriate
place on tender documents to be
submitted only in Envelope No.2. Tenderer should not quote his offer anywhere else, directly
or indirectly in Envelope No.1.

12. Opening of tenders.


The bids will be opened on date and time as stipulated in detail tender notice in the
Office of The Superintending Engineer, Vidarbha Hydro Electric & Lift Irrigation Circle,
Nagpur in the presence of Tenderers or their authorized representatives, if they intend to
remain present.
Following procedure will be adopted for opening of tenders.

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Envelope No.1
First Envelope No.1 of the bid will be opened online to verify it containts as per
requirement. If various documents contained in this envelope do not meet the requirement as
mentioned in 11, then Envelope No.2 will not be opened.

Envelope No.2
This envelope shall be opened immediately after opening of Envelope No.1, only if
containts of Envelope No.1 are found to be acceptable to the department.

13. Key Dates:


The tenderers are strictly advised to follow the Dates and Times as indicated in the
Time Schedule in the Notice Inviting Tender. All the online activities are time tracked and
the e-Government Procurement System enforces time-locks that ensure that no activity or
transaction can take place outside the Start and End Dates and Time of the stage as defined in
the Notice Inviting Tenders.

( Note :- Award / Work Order will be Done Manually by The Department.)

14. The tenderers shall study the guidelines regarding e-tendering to get clarify
e-tendering procedure.

Guidelines to Contractors Regarding Government of Maharashtra – tendering system

1. Registration of the Contractors:


The Contractors registered in Maharashtra in relevant categories and Classes are eligible to
participate in this open tender process. Contractors are required to get enrolled on the Portal
http://maharashtra.etenders.in & sub portal http://vidc.maharastra.etender.in and get and
empanelled in relevant sub portal. After submitting their enrollment request online, the
enrollment shall be required to be approved by the Representative of the Service Provider.
After the approval of enrollment, the Contractors shall have to apply for empanelment online
which shall be required to be approved by the Nominated Authority of
Maharashtra/Department. Only after the approval in the relevant Category / Class, the
Contractor shall be able to participate in the Open Tenders online. Open Tenders in which
eligible Contractors may enroll on the Portal in registered category shall be able to participate
in such Tenders. The online Enrollment of such Contractors shall be required to be approved
by the Representative of the Service Provider. The approval of enrollment of Contractors is
done by the Representative of the Service Provider upon submission of mandatory documents

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by the Contractors. The Contractors may obtain the list and formats of required documents
from the Nodal Officer of e-Tendering System for Government of Maharashtra / Service
Provider.

2. Obtaining a Class II – Digital Signature Certificate:


The Bids required to be submitted online should be signed electronically with a Class
II –Digital Signature Certificate to establish the identity of the Bidder bidding online. These
Digital Certificates are issued by an approved Certifying Authority, authorized by the
Controller of Certifying Authorities, Government of India. A Digital Signature Certificate
may be used in the name of Authorized Representative of the Organization. A Digital
Certificate is issued upon receipt of mandatory identity proofs. Only upon the receipt of the
required documents, a Digital Signature Certificate can be issued. Bid for a particular Tender
may be submitted only using the Digital Signature Certificate, which is used to encrypt the
data and sign the hash during the stage of Bid Preparation and Hash Submission. In case,
during the process of a particular Tender, the Authorized User looser his / her Digital
Signature Certificate (i.e. due to virus attack, hardware problem, operating system problem);
he / she may not be able to submit the Bid online. Hence, the Authorized User is advised to
back up his / her Digital Signature Certificate and keep the copies at safe place under proper
security to be used in case of emergencies. In case of online tendering, if the Digital
Signature Certificate issued to the Authorized User of a Firm is used for signing and
submitting a Bid, it will be considered equivalent to a no objection certificate / power of
attorney to that User. The Digital Signature Certificate should be obtained by the Authorized
User enrolling on the behalf of the Firm on the e-Tendering System for Government of
Maharashtra. Unless the Digital Signature Certificate is revoked, it will be assumed to
represent adequate authority of the Authority User to bid on behalf of the Firm for the
Tenders processed by the Maharashtra as per Information Technology Act 2000. The Digital
Signature of this Authorized User will be binding on the Firm. It shall be the responsibility of
Partners of the Firm to inform the Certifying Authority or Sub Certifying Authority, if the
Authorized User changes, and apply for a fresh Digital Signature Certificate. The procedure
for application of a Digital Signature Certificate will remain the same for the new Authorized
User.
• The same procedure holds true for the Authorized Users in a Private / Public Limited
Company. In this case, the Authorization Certificate will have to be signed by
theDirectors of the Company. (process of procuring Digital Certificate will take
minimum 4/5 days)

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3. Set up of Computer System:


In order to operate on the e-Tendering System for Government of Maharashtra. The
User’s Computer System is required to be set up. A Help File on setting up of the Computer
System can be obtained from the Service Provider or downloaded from the Home Page of the
Portal http://maharashtra.etenders.in. The Bidders may refer e_Tendering Tool Kit available
online to perform their online activities as mentioned below. In case of any query he may
contact Help Desk for the same.

4. Online Viewing of Detailed Notice Inviting Tenders:


The Contractors can view the detailed Notice Inviting Tenders and the detailed Time
Schedule (Key Dates) for all the Tenders processed by Maharashtra using the e-tendering
System for Government of Maharashtra on http://maharashtra.etenders.in.

5. Online Purchase / Download of Tender Documents:


The Tender documents can be purchased / downloaded by registered and eligible
Contractors from the e-Tendering System for Government of Maharashtra available on
http://maharashtra.etenders.in.

6. Submission of Bid Seal (Hash) of Online Bids:


Submission of Bids will be preceded by submission of the digitally signed Bid Seals
(Hashes) as stated in the Tender Time Schedule (Key Dates) In the detailed Tender.

7. Generation of Super Hash:


After the expiry of the time of submission of digitally signed Bid Seals (Hashes) by the
Contractors has lapsed, the Bid round will be closed and a digitally signed Super Hash will be
generated by the Authorized Officers of the Department. This is equivalent to sealing of the
Tender Box.

8. Decryption and Re-encryption Online Bids:


Contractors have to decrypt their Bids and immediately re-encrypt their Bids online and
upload the relevant Documents for which they generated the respective Hashes during the
Bid Preparation and Hash Submission stage after the generation of Super Hash within the
date and time as stated in the Notice Inviting Tenders (Key Dates). The Bids of only the
Contractors who have submitted their Bid Seals (Hashes) within the stipulated time, as per
the Tender Time Schedule (Key Dates), will be accepted by the e-Tendering System for

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Government of Maharashtra. A Contractor who has not submit his Bid Seals (Hashes) within
the stipulated time will not be allowed to submit his Bid.
For submitting the Bids online, the contractors/bidders are required to make online
payment using the electronic payments gateway service Bid Submission Fee Rs. 1024 /- The
different modes of electronic payments available on the e-tendering portal.

9 Submission of Earnest Money Deposit:


Contractors have to submit the Earnest Money Deposit in a Sealed Physical
Envelope and the same should reach the Office of the concerned Official before the last Date
and Time as Stated in Tender Documents. Contractors are required to keep their Earnest
Money Deposit ready as the details of the Earnest Money Deposit instrument are required to
be entered during the Bid Preparation and Hash Submission stage. The details of the Earnest
Money Deposit shall be verified during the Tender Opening event and only those Contractors
whose online Earnest Money Deposit details shall be found matching with the physical
Earnest Money Deposit instrument shall be short listed for opening of other envelopes.

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SECTION III

B-1 TENDER FORM

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Form B-1

PERCENTAGE RATE TENDER &


CONTRACT FOR WORKS
DEPARTMENT : Water Resources Department

CIRCLE : Vidarbha Hydro electric & lift Irrigation Circle,


Nagpur

DIVISION : Vidarbha Hydro electric & lift Irrigation Division,


Bhandara

NAME OF WORK : Supply, erection, testing and commissioning of 33 KV line for


Rajegaonkati Lift Irrigation Scheme.

General Rules and Directions for the Guidance of Contractors:

1.0 All works proposed to be executed by contract shall be notified in all form of
invitation of tender pasted on a board hung up in the office of the Executive Engineer
and signed by the Executive Engineer .

This form will state the work to be carried out as well as the date of submitting and
opening tenders, and the time allowed for carrying out the work, also the amount of earnest
money to be deposited with the tender and the amount of security deposit to be deposited
by the successful tenderer, and the percentage, if any, to be deducted from bills. It will
also state whether a refund of a quarry fees, royalties, octroi dues and ground rents will
be granted. Copies of the specifications, designs and drawings, estimated rates, scheduled
rates and any other documents required in connection with the work shall be signed by the
Executive Engineer for the purpose of identification and shall also be open for inspection to
the contractors in the office of the Superintending Engineer during office hours.

Where the works are proposed to be executed according to the specifications


recommended by a contractor and approved by a competent authority on behalf of
the Governor of Maharashtra such specifications with designs and drawings shall form
part of the accepted tender.
2.0 In the event of the. tender being submitted by a firm, it must be signed by each
partner thereof, and in the event of the absence of any partner, it shall be signed on
his behalf by a person holding a power of attorney authorizing him to do so.
i) The contractor shall pay along with the tender the sum of Rs. 1.12 lacs only (Rupees:
- One lakh twelve thousand only) as and by way of earnest money. The contractor may pay

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the said amount by forwarding along with the tender* Demand Draft /call deposit receipt or
short term deposit receipt for a period of one year of any Nationalised /scheduled Bank for
the like amount in favor of the Executive Engineer, Vidarbha hydroelectric and lift Irrigation
Division, Bhandara. The said amount of earnest money shall not carry any interest
whatsoever.
ii) In the event of his tender being accepted, subject to the provisions of sub-clause (iii)
below, the said amount of earnest money shall be appropriated towards the amount of
security deposit payable by him under conditions of General Conditions of Contract.
iii) If, after submitting the tender, the contractor withdraws his offer, or modifies the
same or if after the acceptance of his tender the contractor fails or neglects to furnish the
balance of security deposit without prejudice to any other rights and powers of the
government hereunder, or in law, Government shall be entitled to forfeit the full amount of
the earnest money deposited by him.
iv) In the event of his tender not being accepted, the amount of the earnest money
deposited by the contractor shall, unless it is prior thereto forfeited under the provisions of
sub-clause (iii) above, be refunded to him on his passing receipt therefore.
(* Strike out which is not required)
3. Receipts for payments made on account of any work, when executed by a firm, should
also be signed by all the partners except where the contractors are described in their tender as
a firm, in which case the receipt shall be signed in the name of the firm by one of the
partners, or by some other person having authority to give effectual receipts for the firm.
4. Any person who submits a tender shall fill up the usual printed form stating at what
percentage above or below the rates specified in schedule ‘B’ (memorandum showing items
of work to be carried out) he is willing to undertake the work. Only one rate of such
percentage on all the estimated rates / scheduled rates shall be named. Tenders which -
propose any alteration in the works specified in the said form of invitation to tender, or in the
works specified in the said form of invitation to tender, or in the time allowed for carrying out
the work, or which contain any other conditions, of any other conditions, of any sort, will be
liable to rejection. No printed form of tender shall include a tender for more than one works
but if contractor who wish to tender two or more works, they shall submit separate tender for
each. Tenders shall have the name and number of the work to which they refer, written
outside the envelope.
5. The Superintending Engineer or his duly authorised Assistant shall open tenders in the
presence of contractors who have submitted tenders or their representatives who may be
present at the time, and he will enter the amounts of the several tenders in a comparative

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statement in a suitable form. In the event of a tender being accepted the contractor shall for
the purpose of identification, sign copies of the specifications and other documents
mentioned in rule-1. In the event of the tender being rejected, the competent officer shall
authorise to refund the amount of the earnest money deposited to the contractor on his giving
a receipt for the return of the money.
6. The officer competent to dispose of the tenders shall have the right of rejecting all or
any of the tenders without assigning any reason, thereof.
7. No receipt for any payment alleged to have made by a contractor in regard to any
matter relating to this tender or the contract shall be valid and binding. on Government unless
it is signed by the Executive Engineer .
8. The memorandum of work to be tendered for and the schedule of materials to be
supplied by the Department and their rates shall be filled in and completed by the office of
the Executive Engineer before the tender form is issued. If a form issued to an intending
tenderer has not been so filled in and completed he shall request the said office to have this
done before he completes and delivers his tender.
9. All works shall be measured net by standard measure and according to the rules and
customs of the Department and without reference to any local custom.
10. Under no circumstances shall any contractor be entitled to claim enhanced rates for
items in this contract.
11. All corrections and additions or pasted slips should be initialed.
12. The measurements of work will be taken according to the usual methods in use in the
Department and no proposal to adopt alternative methods will be accepted. The Executive
Engineer's decision as to what is the usual method in use in the Department will be final.
13. The tendering contractor shall furnish a declaration along with the tender, showing all
works for which he has already entered into contract, and the value of work that remains to be
executed in each case on the date of submitting the tender.
14. Every Tenderer shall furnish along with the tender, information regarding the income
tax circle or ward of the district in which he is assessed to income tax the reference to the
number of assessment and the assessment year and a valid Income Tax clearance certificate.
15. In view of the difficult position regarding the availability of foreign exchange no
foreign exchange would be released by the department for the purchase of plant and
machinery required for, the, execution of the work contracted for (GCB/PWD/CFM/l058-
62517 dated 26.9.1959).
16. The contractor will have to construct shed for storing controlled and valuable
materials issued to him under schedule ‘A’ of the agreement, at the work site, having double

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locking arrangement. The materials will be taken for use in the presence of the Department
person. No materials will be allowed to be removed from the site of work.
17. Successful tenderer will have to produce to the satisfaction of the, accepting authority
a valid and current licence issued in his favour under the provisions of contract labour
(Regulation and Abolition Act, 1970) before starting work, failing which acceptance of the
tender will be liable for withdrawal and earnest money will be forfeited to Government.
18. The contractor shall comply with the provisions of the Apprentices Act 1961 and the
rules and orders issued there under from time to time. If he fails to do so his failure will be a
breach of the contract and. the Superintending Engineer/Executive Engineer may in his
discretion cancel the contract. Tile contractor shall also be liable, for any pecuniary liability
arising on account of any violation by him of the provisions of the Act.
19. Wherever the world Water Resources Department appears in this contract the Water
Resources Department of the Government of Maharashtra shall be implied.

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B-1 TENDER FORM

PERCENTAGE RATE TENDER & CONTRACT FOR WORKS

TENDER FOR WORKS


NAME OF WORK : Supply, erection, testing and commissioning of 33 KV line for
Rajegaonkati Lift Irrigation Scheme.

Total Amount put to tender as estimated by the department : 148.64 lakh

1. I/We hereby tender for the execution, for the VIDC (Government of Maharashtra
undertaking) (hereinbefore and hereinafter referred to as ‘Corporation’) of the work specified
in the under written memorandum within the time specified in such written memorandum at
*______________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
_______ percent below/above the estimated rates entered in Schedule ‘B’
(memorandum showing items of work to be carried out) and in accordance in all respect with
the specifications, designs, drawings and instructions in writing referred to in Rule-1 here of
and in clause 12 of the annexed conditions of contract and agree that when materials for the
work are provided by the Government such material and the rates to be paid for them shall be
as provided in Schedule ‘A’ hereto.

(* In figures as well as in words)

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Memorandum
a) If several sub-works are included they Supply, erection, testing
and commissioning of 33
should be detailed in a separate list.
KV line for
General description Rajegaonkati Lift Irrigation
Scheme.

b) Estimated cost 148.64 lakh


c) The amount of E.M. to be deposited Earnest Money @ 0.5% of 1.12 lakh
shall be in accordance with the estimated amount subject to a
provisions of para 204 and 205 of the minimum of Rs.1.50 Lakhs
M.P.W. manual

d) This deposit shall be in accordance Security Deposit


with paras 211 and 212 of the M.P.W.
manual
i) Cash or Bank Guarantee or 2.98Lakhs
TDR (not less than the
amount of E.M.) @ 2% of
estimated amount
ii) to be deducted from 2.98 Lakhs
current bills 2% of estimated
amount
Total 4% of estimated 5.96 Lakhs
amount
e) This percentage where no security Percentage, if any to be NIL
deposit is taken, will vary form 5% to deducted from bills so as to
10% according to the requirement of make up the total amount
the case where S.D. is taken. See note- required as security deposite
1 to clause of conditions of contract. by the time, half the work, as
measured by the cost, is done.
f) Give schedule where necessary Time allowed for the work 6 months
showing dates by which the various from the date of written order
items are to be completed. to commence

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2) I/We agree that the offer shall remain open for acceptance for a minimum period of
90 days from the date fixed for opening the same and thereafter until it is withdrawn by
me/us buy notice in writing duly addressed to the authority opening the tenders and sent by
registered post A.D. or otherwise delivered at the office of such authority, Demand
Draft/Treasury Bank Challan No. and date or Deposit at call receipt No. and date or term
deposit receipt for a period of one year receipt No____________ date _________ in respect
to the sum of Rs. -------------/- in words (Rs. -------------------------------- Only) representing
the earnest money is herewith forwarded. The amount of earnest Money shall not bear
interest and shall be liable to be forfeited to the Government.

Should I/We fail to (i) abide for the stipulation to keep the offer open for the period
mentioned above.
Or
(ii) Sign and complete the contract documents as required by the Engineer and furnish
the S.D. as specified in item (d) of the memorandum contained in paragraph (i) above within
the time limit laid down in clause (1) of the annexed General conditions of contract. The
amount of earnest money may be adjusted towards the security deposit or refunded to me/us
if so desired by me/us in writing, unless the same or any part thereof has been forfeited as
aforesaid.

3) Should this tender be accepted, I/We hereby agree to abide by and fulfill all the terms
and provisions of the conditions of contract annexed hereto so far as applicable and in default
thereof to forfeited and pay to government the sums of money mentioned in the said
conditions.

Receipt No __________ Dated _____________ .from the Government treasury or


sub-Treasury at ________________ in respect of the sum of Rs.
*______________________________________________________ is herewith forwarded
representing the E.M. (a) the full value of which is to be absolutely forfeited to Government
should I/We not deposit the full amount of S. D. specified in the above memorandum, in
accordance with clause I (A) of the said conditions,otherwise the said sum of Rs
___________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________shall be refunded or the bank guarantee
shall be returned.

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* Amount to be specified in words and figures.

* Strike out (a) if no cash security deposit is to be taken.

Contractor: Signature of the contractor


Address: before submission of tender

Dated the Day of 2011

(Witness) Signature of the witness


Address to contractor’s signature

(Occupation)

The above tender is hereby accepted by me for and on behalf of the Governor of
Maharashtra.

Dated the Day of 2011

Signature of the accepting officer

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SECTION IV

SCHEDULE - A

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SCHEDULE – A

(Not Applicable)

NAME OF WORK : Supply, erection, testing and commissioning of 33 KV line for


Rajegaonkati Lift Irrigation Scheme.

Schedule showing (approximately) the material to be supplied from the stores for the work
contracted to be executed and the rates at which they are to be charged for.

Sr. Particulars Quantities Rate at which the material will Place of


No. be charged to the contractor Delivery
Unit Rate
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil

Note: The person of the firm submitting the tender should see that the rates in the above
schedule are filled up to date by the Executive Engineer, Incharge on the form prior to the
submission of the tender.

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CONDITIONS FOR SCHEDULE – A

(Not applicable)

1. The person or the firm submitting the tender should see that the rates in the above
schedule area filled up by Executive Engineer on the issue of the form prior to the submission
of the tender.

2. The charges for conveyance of the materials from the place of site of work will be
born by the contractor. All the material shall be made available for delivery on working days
during the office hours.

3. The quantities noted in schedule 'A' is the actual and bonafide use this work.

4. All the materials mentioned in schedule ‘A’ required for the work shall be taken form
the Department only. The materials form the outside sources in lieu of the material from the
outside sources in Schedule 'A' shall not be allowed except under written permission from the
Executive Engineer. The samples of such materials shall be tested at the contractors cost. The
materials not confirming to the required standard shall be removed by the contractor at once
from the site of work at his cost.

5. No claim for extra payment on account of delay in supply of the materials will be
entertained.

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SECTION V

SCHEDULE - B

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SCHEDULE – B

NAME OF WORK : Supply, erection, testing and commissioning of 33 KV line for


Rajegaonkati Lift Irrigation Scheme.

Sr Particulars Qty Unit Rate Amount


no
1 Item no 1 :- RSJ pole 13 M long 198 Mtr 29265.60 5794588.80
Supplying and erecting Rolled
steel Joist (Girder) pole 152 x 152
mm. (37 Kg/Meter) with base plate
in provided foundation as per
specification.
2 Item no 2 :- RSJ pole 11 M long 31 mtr 15858.15 491602.65
Supplying and erecting Rolled
steel Joist (Girder) pole 100 x 116
mm. (23 Kg/Metre) with base plate
in provided foundation as per
specification.
3 Item no 3 :- foundation for pole 229 Each 2464.35 564336.15
Providing cement concrete
foundation including excavation for
the poles 60 cms. x 60 cms. x 1.5
mtr. deep in 1:3:6 cement concrete
(20 x 25 mm. stone metal) and 45 cm
x 45 cm x 45 cm /45 cm. dia. x 45
cm. height plinth duly plastered
and with necessary curing and
finishing in an approved manner.
(for above 9 mtr poles)
4 Item no 4 :- cross arm for DP 64 Each 1869.00 119616.00
Supplying and erecting 100 x 50
mm. with 4.7 mm thick web and 7.5
mm thick flange channel iron cross
arm for 2.4 mtr. DP, complete as per
specification.
5 Item no 5 :- V cross arm 163 Each 1810.20 295062.60
Supplying and erecting Vee cross
arm for erecting Insulators with
channel length of 45mm for base of
insulator & vertical member of
suitable length to maintain clearance
of 1530 mm horizontally between
two insulators with angle of 60
degree to horizontal and the total
vertical height of V cross arm as
460mm, welded with MS flat of
80x10mm at centre of cross arm &
MS clamp of 80x10mm at bottom
with clamps ,nut bolts, washers
complete as per specification.
6 Item no 6 :- flange 163 Each 496.65 80953.95
Supplying and erecting 75x40 mm
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with 4.4 mm thick web and 7.3 mm
thick flange channel with clamp
suitable for erection of 11/22 KV pin
insulators complete as per
specification.
7 Supplying and erecting M.S. pole 64 Each 2359.25 150992.29
bracket, fabricated from angle iron
50x50x6 mm. and 3700 mm. long
for cross guarding.
8 Item no 8 :- Supplying and erecting 163 Each 129.15 21051.45
half clamps for pole made from 50 x
10 mm. flat for fixing cross arms by
means of 15 mm. dia. bolts and nuts
painted with one coat of red oxide
and two coats of aluminum paint.
9 Item no 9 :- Supplying and erecting 270 Each 184.80 49896.00
pole clamp made from 50 x 10
mm. M.S. flat for pole or pipe, post
complete erected with 15 mm. bolts
and nuts, complete duly painted with
one coat of red oxide and two coats
of aluminum paint.
10 Item no 10 :- pin type insulator 591 Each 1162.35 686948.85
Supplying and erecting porcelain pin
type insulator suitable for 33KV
line, complete as per specification.
11 Item no 11 :- Supplying porcelain 570 Each 1354.50 772065.00
disc type insulator suitable for 11
KV line.
12 Item no 12:- ACSR conductor 36.70 Km 100015.65 3670574.36
Supplying and erecting ACSR
conductor of size - 6/1-4.72 mm
(Dog) complete. (394.00 Kg/Km) as
per specification.
13 Item no 13 :- bracket for guarding 6 Each 1975.31 11851.88
3500mm
Supplying and erecting bracket for
guarding, made from channel iron
3500 mm. in length and 75x40 mm.
with 4.4 mm. thick web and 7.3 mm
thick flange erected on pole
complete as per specification.
14 Item no 14 :- bracket for guarding 15 Each 1128.75 16931.25
2000mm
Supplying and erecting bracket for
guarding, made from channel iron
2000 mm. in length and 75x40 mm.
with 4.4 mm. thick web and 7.3 mm
thick flange erected on pole
complete as per specification.
15 Item no 15 :- stay set 84 Each 1718.85 144383.40
Supplying and erecting G.l. stay set
for poles, including loop
insulators at inaccessible height
complete with anchor plate 300 x
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300 x 6 mm., straining screws,
G.l. stay wire 7/8 SWG, G.l. stay
rod 20 mm x 1.8 meter length and
pole clamps duly erected in
provided cement concrete
foundation.
16 Item no 16 :- foundation for stay 84 Each 1898.40 159465.60
Providing C.C. foundation including
excavation for stay 60 Cm.x60Cmx
1.5 m deep in 1:3:6 cement
concrete (20x25mm.stone metal)
with necessary curing and finishing
in an approved manner.
17 Item no 17 :- Supplying and erecting 521 Each 39.90 20787.90
guarding loops for H.T.O.H. line
with 8 SWG G.l. wire to protect the
H.T. over head line with binding
wire of 20 SWG G.l. wire for 75
mm. section on either side.
18 Item no 18 :- Supplying and 1.7 Km 10041.15 17069.96
erecting hard drawn G.I. wire 8
SWG complete erected for overhead
line with proper size of G.I. wire
for binding with jumpering etc.
19 Item no 19 :- Supplying and 229 Each 827.40 189474.60
erecting pipe type earthing with
40mm. dia. G.l. pipe or 20 mm dia.
G.l. Rod complete with all materials
as per specification.
20 Item no 20 :- Supplying & erecting 117 Kg 85.05 9950.85
barbed wire two ply with 12 SWG
ply and 12 SWG barb with a gap
between two bars of 75 mm. firmly
fixed on provided angle supports
with necessary materials. (6.044
meters/kg.).
21 Item no 21 :- Supplying and erecting 163 Each 106.05 17286.15
anticlimbing devices, fabricated
from pole clamps of MS Flat 40x5
mm, with drooping spikes 15 cm. in
length, welded to it and erected on
pole.
22 Item no 22 :- Supplying and 194 Each 116.55 22610.70
erecting enamel iron G.I. sheet
1.25mm.(18 gauge) caution board of
size 200 x 150 mm. as per I.S.
2551 of 1982 in Marathi and Hindi
erected at position.
Sub total I 13307500.38
23 Item no 23 :- Approval from 864987.52
Electrical inspector ( 1%)
,P&TCC(1%),road authority and
any other clearances( 1%) from
concerned authority insurance (1%)
etc , crop compensation and tree
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cutting(2.5%)( Total 6.5% on sub
total I)

Sub total II 14172487.90


Add 10.3 % service Tax on erection charges ( considering erection charges 500295.48
30% of Sub total I ) (13307500.38 x 30% )x 10.3% + 703937 x 10.3 %
Sub total III 14672783.38
Supervision charges of MSEDCL 1.3 % on sub total I 445907.98
Service Tax 10.3 % on MSEDCL Supervision charges 17818.74
Total 14863599.62

Say Rs 14863600/-

( Rs One crore forty eight lakhs sixty three thousand six hundred only)

Note :- The quantities mentioned in column 3 of schedule B are approximate and for estimation
purpose only. The payment will be made as per actual quantity utilized for execution of
work.

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SECTION VI

SCHEDULE ‘C’

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Guaranteed Performance and Technical Particulars

Schedule ‘C’

(a) This schedule is intended to indicate factually the contractors’ proposals at the time of
tendering. The equipment and the plant shall complete with these particulars unless the prior
approval of the Engineer’s Representative has been obtained for any deviations.

(b) The contractor is particularly requested not to repeat the details called for by this schedule
in any separate specifications of his own. He may, however, add any additional
specifications, not covered in forms of schedule of Technical Particulars, if so desired on
separate sheets.

(c) All the information required under this section shall invariably by given by the Tenderer.

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SECTION VII

APPENDICES

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APPENDIX- ‘A’
Details Of Technical Personnel With The Contractor

Sr. Description Name Length of Qualifications Professional experience Remark


No. Service in and details of works
The firm carried out
Project manager/ chief
1 Executive/ General 1)
Manager/Dy. General 2)
Manager/ Asst. Gen-
Manager.
Works manager/ mech. 1)
2 Sr. Engr/Elec. Sr. Engr/ 2)
Sr.Executive Manager 3)
/works Executive 4)
3 Engineer (Mech) 1)
2)
3)

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APPENDIX –A(Contd.)

Sr. Description Name Length of Qualifications Professional Remark


No. Service in experience and
the firm details of works
carried out
Engineer (Electrical) 1)
4 2)
3)

5 Supervisors 1)
2)
3)

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APPENDIX –B

Details Of Plants & Machinery Proposed To Be Used For Work Immediately Available With Tenderer
Sr Name of No. Kind of Capacity If already Owned If to be Remarks
No Equipment Of Make purchased
Units (When ? Month
& Year)

Age and Location Probable


Condition Date of
Availability
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Note : If no machinery available with the firm please give details as to how the firm will manage to get the same.

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APENDIX – C
Details Of Works Of Similar Type And Magnitude Carried Out By The Tenderer, During Last 5 Years

Sr Name of work Place and Tendered Period of completion Date of Whether material like Remark
No. Country Cost as per contract and completion Conductor Cable ,
actual period of Insulator etc. was
completion supplied
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Note : Certificates from Owners , in support of successful completion of works by the Contractor, shall be attached.

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APPENIDIX – D

Details Of Other Works Tendered For And In Hand On The Date Of Submission

Sr. Name of Work Place Work in Hand Works Tendered for Remarks
No

Sr Name of work Place Tendered Cost of Anticipated Estimated Date by Stipulated


No. and Cost remaining date of Cost which date of
Country Rs. Lakh work completion decision is period of
Rs. Lakh Rs. Lakh Rs.Lakh expected completion
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Note : Certificates from Owners , in support of successful completion of works by the Contractor, shall be attached.

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APPENDIX –E

Details Of Plants & Machinery Proposed To Be Used For Work But Not Immediately Available
Sr Name of No. Kind of Capacity If already Owned If to be Remarks
No Equipment Of Make purchased
Units (When ? Month
& Year)

Age and Location Probable


Condition Date of
Availability
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Note : If no machinery available with the firm please give details as to how the firm will manage to get the same.

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APPENDIX –F

Declaration Of The Contractor

1.0 I/We ______________________________ Contactor(s) , hereby undertake


that I/We shall pay the labourers engaged on the work as indicated in Annexure – A
to section 2 – Details Tender Notice , wages as per Minimum Wages Act. 1948 and
amendments thereto applicable to the zone in which work lies and act accordingly. I
/ We also undertake to abide by the various laws in force and extend necessary
facilities and amenities to the staff and workers employed by me/us.

2.0 I / We hereby declared that I / We have made myself / ourselves


thoroughly conversant with the local condition regarding all materials and labour on
which I / We have bidded my / our rates for this work. The specification of this work
have been carefully studied and understood by me / us before submitting this tender.

Signature of the Contractor

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APPENDIX – G

Model Form Of B. G. Bond


B. G. Bond

1.0 This deed of Guarantee is made on the __________________ by


____________________________________ having his head office at
__________________ (hereinafter called the ‘said Contractor (s) from the demand
under the terms and condition) of agreement dated __________________made
between ___________________________
__________________________ and ___________________________
For ________________________ ( hereinafter called ‘the Agreement ) of additional
security deposit for the due fulfillment by the said Contractors of the terms and
condition contained in the said agreement on production of a Bank Guarantee for
Rs.____________ ( Rs. ____________________only).We
_____________________________ (hereinafter referred to as ‘The Bank’) at the
request of _____________________ ( Contractor ) do hereby undertake to pay to
the Vidarbha Irrigation Development Corporation hereinafter referred to as
Corporation, an amount not exceeding Rs. _________________ against any loss or
damage caused to or suffered by the Corporation by reasons of any breach by the
said Contractor of any of the terms or conditions in contained in the said Agreement.
2.0 We , _____________________________ ( indicate the name of bank) do
hereby undertake to pay the amount claimed is due and payable under this guarantee
without any demur , merely on a demand from the Corporation stating that the
amount claimed is due by way of loss or damage caused to or would be caused to
or suffered by the Corporation by reason of breach by the said Contractor (s) of the
terms of condition contained in the said Agreement or any reason of the
Contractors(s) failure to perform the said agreement. Any such demand made on the
bank shall be conclusive as regards the amount due & payable under this guarantee
shall be restricted to an amount not exceeding Rs. _____
3.0 We undertake to pay to the Corporation any money so demanded not
withstanding any dispute or dispute raised by the Contractor (s) Supplier(s) in any
suit or proceeding pending before any court or tribunal relating thereto, our liability
under this present being absolute and unequivocal. The payment so made by us
under this bond shall be valid discharge of our liability for payment there under and

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the Contractor (s), Supplier(s) shall have no claim against us for making such
payment.
4.0 We , _________________________________ (indicate the name of Bank)
further agree that the guarantee herein contained shall remain in full force and effect
during the period that would be taken for the performance of the said Agreement and
that it shall continue to be forcible till all the dues of the Corporation under or by
virtue of the said Agreement have been fully paid and its claims satisfied or
discharged or till _________________ ( office / Corporation ) of
____________________________ ( indicate the name of Administrative Officer )
certifies that terms and conditions of the said Agreement have been fully and
properly carried out by the said Contractor(s) and accordingly discharges this
guarantee unless a demand or claim under this guarantee is made on us in writing
on or before the ________________ we shall be discharged from all liability under
this guarantee thereafter.
5.0 We , ___________________________ ( indicate the name of Bank ) further
agree with the Corporation that the Corporation shall have the fullest liberty without
our consent and without affecting in any manner our obligations hereunder to vary
any of the terms and conditions of the said Agreement or to extend time of
performance by the said Contractor from time to time or postpone for any time or
from time to time any of the powers exercisable by the Corporation against the said
Contractor(s) and to forth or enforce any terms and conditions relating to the said
Agreement and we shall not to be relieved from our liability by reason of any such
variation or extension being granted to the said Contractor(s) or for any forbearance,
act or commission on the part of the Corporation or any indulgence by the
Corporation to the said Contractor or by any such matter or thing whatsoever which
under the law relating to surety would but this provision have effect of so relieving
us.
6. This guarantee will not be discharged due to the change in the constitution of
Bank or the change in the constitution of the Contractors /Suppliers.
7. We _________________________________________(indicate the name of
Bank ) lastly undertake not be revoke this guarantee during its currency expect with
the previous consent of the Corporation in writing.
Date the ____________ Day of ________________2011
For __________________________

(Indicate the Name of Bank)

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APPENDIX – H

Certificate

I certify that I have gone through various points of Schedule and I have cognizance
of them while quoting prices in schedule B (Price Schedule). I understand that in
case of any ambiguity / non-clarity / mistakes etc. in price schedule, the department
will not entertain any subsequent clarifications.

Signature of Tenderer

Name :

Designation :

Address :

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APPENDIX – IA

Departure From Technical Specifications

ITEM NO CLAUSE NO TEXT AS PER TENDER DEPARTURE REMARKS

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APPENDIX -IB

Work Programme

Sr. Particular of Work Time limit for Period of Completion of


No completion as per work, quoted by the
Tender Tenderer.

1 Supply, erection, testing and commissioning of 33 KV line for


Rajegaonkati Lift Irrigation Scheme. 6 months

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SECTIOIN-VIII
CONDITIONS OF B-1 CONTRACT

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B-1 TENDER FORM

Conditions of Contract

Security Deposit Clause- 1: The person/persons whose tender may be


accepted (hereinafter called the contractor, which
expression shall unless excluded by or repugnant to the
P.W.D. Resolution context include his heirs, executors, administrators &
No. CAT-1087/ CR- assigns) shall, (a) within 10 days (which may be extended
94/ Bldg-2 dt. by the Superintending Engineer concerned up to 15 days
14/6/89 if the Superintending Engineer thinks fit to do so) of the
receipt by him of the notification of the acceptance of his
tender deposit with the Executive Engineer (if deposited
Note (* This will be for more than 12 months) of sum sufficient which will
the same made up the full security deposit specified in the tender
percentage as that or (b) (Permit Government at the time of making any
in the tender at (e) payment to him for work done under the contract to
deduct such as will amount to 4% (Four percent) of all
money so payable such deductions to be held by
Government by way of security deposit). Provided
always that in the event of the contractor depositing a
lump sum by way of security deposit as contemplated at
(a) above, then and in such case, if the sum so deposited
shall not amount to 4% (Four percent) of the total
estimated cost of the work, it shall be lawful for Govt. at
the time making any payment to the contractor for work
done under the contract to make up the full amount of 4%
(Four percent) by deducting a sufficient sum from every
such payment as last afore said until the full amount of
the security deposit is made up. All compensation or
other sums of money payable by the contractor to
Government under the terms of his contract may be
deducted from or paid by the sale of sufficient part of his
security deposit or from the interest arising there from or
from any sums which may be due or may become due to
Government to the contractor under any other contract or
transaction of any nature or any account whatsoever and

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in the event of his security deposit being reduced by


reason of any such deduction or sale as aforesaid, the
contractor shall, within ten days thereafter, make good in
cash or Government securities endorsed as aforesaid, any
sum or sums which may have been deducted from or
raised by sale of his ,security deposit or any part thereof,
The security deposit referred to, when paid in cash may,
at the cost of the depositor, be converted in to interest
bearing securities provided that the depositor has
expressly desired this in writing.
If the amount, of the security deposit to be paid in a lump
sum within the period specified at (a) above is not paid,
the tender contract already accepted shall be considered
as cancelled and legal steps taken against the contractor
for recovery of the amounts.

The amount of the security deposit lodged by a contractor


shall be refunded along-with the payment of the final bill,
if the date up to which the contractor has agreed to
maintain the work in good order is over. If such date is
not over only 90% amount of security deposit shall be
refunded along with the payment of the final bill. The
amount of security deposit retained by the Government
shall be released after expiry of period up to which the
contractor has agreed to maintain the work in good order
is over. In the event of the contractor failing or neglecting
to complete rectification work within the period up to
which the contractor has agreed to maintain the work in,
good order then, subject to provisions of clause 17 and 20
hereof' the amount of security deposit retained by
Government shall be adjusted to wards the excess cost
incurred by the Department on rectification work.
Additional Security Deposit
In case contractors offer is more or less than 90% of the
estimated cost as stated at schedule ‘B’. Additional
security deposit in the form of irrevocable Bank

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Guarantee for a stipulated period and for and amount


equivalent to 10% of difference between 90% of the
estimated cost of work. and “Cost o0f Work as per the
contractor’s offers”.
Non submission of the above additional security deposit
will result into forfeiture of the E.M.D.
If the amount of the security deposit to be paid in a lump
sum and additional security deposit in form of irrevocable
Bank Guarantee is not paid within the period specified at
(a) above the tender/contract already accepted shall be
considerd as cancelled and legal steps taken against the
contractor for recovery of the amount. The amount of
security deposit and additional security deposit lodged by
the contractor shall be refunded after the defects liability
period is over. In the event of the contractor failing for
neglecting to complete rectification work within the
period, then subject to provisions of clauses 17 and 20
here of the amount of security deposit retained by
Government shall be adjusted towards the excess cost
incurred by the department on rectification work.
The additional security shall be refunded to the contractor
on issuing of the completion certificate by the Engineer-
in-charge a stipulated in clause No.7 if the contract shall
from time release the additional security deposit in part
which are in proportion to amount of the completed work.
Compensation for Clause - 2: The time allowed for carrying out 'the work
delay as entered in the tender shall be strictly observed by the
contractor and shall be reckoned from the date on which
the order to commence the work is given to the
contractor. The work shall through the stipulated period
of the contract be proceeded with, with all due diligence
(time being deemed to be essence of the contract) on the
part of the contractor) and the contractor shall pay as
compensation an amount equal to one percent or such
smaller amount as the Superintending Engineer (whose
decision in writing shall be final) may decide, of the

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amount of the estimated cost of the whole work as shown


by the tenderer for every day that the work remains
uncommenced, or unfinished after the proper dates. And
further to ensure good progress during execution of the
work, the contractor shall be bound, in all cases in which
the time allowed for any work exceeds one month to
complete.

of the work of the time


-do- -do-
-do- -do-
Note : The quantity of the work to be done within a particular
time to be specified above shall be fixed and inserted in
the blank space kept for the purpose by the officer
competent to accept the contracts after taking into
consideration the circumstances of each case and abide
by the programme of detailed process laid down by the
Executive Engineer.
The following proportion will usually be found suitable:
In 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, of the time
Reasonable progress of Earth Work 1/6, 1/2, 3/4 of The
total value of the work to be done.
Reasonable progress of masonry work 1/10, 4/10, 8/10 of
the total value of the work to be done.
In the event of the contractor failing of comply with this
conditions, he shall be liable to pay as compensation an
amount equal to one percent or such smaller amount as
the Superintending Engineer (whose decision in writing
shall be final) may decide. of the said estimated cost of
the whole work of for every day that the due quantity of
work remains incomplete provided always that the total
amount of compensation to be paid under the provisions
.of this clause shall not exceed 10 percent of the
estimated cost of the work as shown in the tender.
Superintending Engineer should be the final authority in
this respect. Irrespective of the fact that the tender is

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accepted by the Chief Engineer, Addl. Chief Engineer/


Superintending/ Executive Engineer or Assistant
Engineer/ Deputy Engineer.
Action when whole Clause -3: In any case in which under any clause of this
of Security deposit contract the contractor shall have rendered himself liable
is forfeited. to pay compensation amounting to the whole of this
security deposit whether paid in one sum or deducted by
installments or ill the case of abandonment of the work
owing to serious illness or death of the contractor or any
ether cause the Engineer on behalf of the Governor of
Maharashtra, shall have power to adopt any of the
following courses, as he may deem best suited to the
interest of Government.
a) To rescind the contract (for which rescission notice in
writing to the contractor under the 1ead of Executive
Engineer shall be conclusive evidence) and in that case
the S.D. of the contractor shall stand forfeited and be
absolutely at the disposal of Government.
b) To carry out the work or any part of the work
departmentally debiting the contractor with the cost of the
work, expenditure incurred on tools, and plant and
charges on additional supervisory staff including the cost
of work charged establishment employed for getting the
unexecuted part of the work completed and crediting him
with the value of the work done departmentally in all
respects in the same manner and at the same rates as if it
had been carried out by the contractor under the terms of
his contract. The certificate of the Executive Engineer as
to the costs and other allied expenses to be incurred and
to the value of the work 50 done departmentally shall be
final and conducive against the contractor.

c) To order that the work of the contractor be measured


up and to take such part thereof as shall be unexecuted
out of this hands, and to give it to another contractor to
complete in which case all expenses incurred on

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advertisement for fixing a new contract agency)


additional supervisory staff including the cost of work
charged establishment and the cost of the work executed
by the new contract agency will be debited to the
contractor) and the value of the work done or executed
through the new contractor shall be credited to the
contractor in all respects and in the same manner and at
the same rates as if ir had been carried out by the
contractor under the terms of his contract. The certificate
of the Executive Engineer as to all the cost of the work
and other expenses incurred as aforesaid for or in getting
the unexecuted work done by the new contractor arid as
to the value of the work so done shall be final and
conclusive against the contractor. In case the contract
shall be rescinded under clause
(a) above the contactor shall not be entitled to recover or
be paid) any sum for any work therefore actually
performed by him under this contract unless and until the
Executive Engineer shall have certified in writing the
performance of such work and the amount payable to him
in respect thereof and he shall only be entitled to be paid
the amount so certified. In the event of either of the
courses referred to in clause (b) or (c) being adopted and
the cost of the work executed departmentally or through a
new contractor and other allied expenses exceeding the
value of such work credited to the contractors the amount
of excess shall be deducted from any money due to the
contractor, by Government under the contract or
otherwise howsoever or from his security deposit or the
sale proceeds thereof provided, however, that contractor
shall have no claim against Govt. even if, the certified
value of the work done department or through a new
contractor exceeds the certified cost of such work and
allied expenses, provided always that w lich ,ever of the
three courses mentioned in clause (a), (b) or (c) is
adopted by the Executive Engineer, the contractor shall

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have no claim to compensation for any loss sustained by


him by reason of his having purchased or procured any
materials, or entered into any arrangement or made any
advance on account of or with a view to the execution of
the work or the performance of the contract.

Action when the Clause-4: If the progress of any particular portion of any
progress of any work is unsatisfactory the Executive Engineer shall
particular portion notwithstanding that the general progress of the work is
of the work is in accordance with the conditions mentioned in clause 2
unsatisfactory be entitled to take action under clause 3 (b) after giving
the contractor 10 days notice in writing. The contractor
will have no claim for compensation, for any loss
sustained by him owing to such action.

Contractor remains Clause-5 : In any case in which any of the powers


liable to pay conferred upon the Executive Engineer by clause 3 & 4
compensation if here of shall have become exercisable and the same shall
action not taken not have been exercised the non-exercise thereof shall not
under clause 3 & 4 constitute a waving of any of the conditions hereof and
such powers shall notwithstanding be exercisable in the
event of any future case of default by the contractor for
which under any clause hereof he is declared liable to pay
compensation amounting to the whole of his security
deposit and the liability of the contractor for past and
future compensation shall remain unaffected. In the event
of the Executive Engineer taking action under sub-clause
(b) or (c) of Clause 3, he may, if he so desires, take
possession of all any tools and plant, materials and stores
in or upon the work of the site thereof or belonging to the
contractor, or procured by him and intended to be used
for the execution of the wor1.t or any part thereof paying
or allowing for the same in account at the contract rates,
or in the case of contract rates not being applicable at
current market rates to be certified by the Executive
Engineer whose certificate thereof shall be final. In the

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alternative the Executive Engineer, may after giving


notice in writing to the contractor or his clerk of the
work, foreman or other authorised agent require him to
remove such tools and plant, materials, or stores from the
premises within a time to be specified in such notice, and
in the event of the contractor failing to company with any
such requisition, the Executive Engineer ER may remove
them at the contract’s expenses or sale them by auction or
private sale on account of the contractor and at his risk in
all respects and the certificate of the Executive Engineer
as to the expenses of any such removal and the amount of
the proceeds and expense of any such sale shall be final
and conclusive against the contractor.

Extension of time Clause-6 : If the contractor shall desire an extension of


the time for completion of work on the ground of his
having, been unavoidably hindered in its execution or on
any other ground he shall apply in writing to the
Executive Engineer before the expiration of the period,
stipulated in the tender or before the expiration of 30 days
from the date on which he was hindered as aforesaid or
on which the cause for asking for extension occurred,
whichever is earlier and the Executive Engineer or in the
opinion of Superintending Engineer, or Chief Engineer as
the cause may be if in his opinion, there were reasonable
grounds for granting an extension, grant such extension,
as he thinks necessary or proper. The decision of the
Executive Engineer in this matter shall be final.

Final Certificate Clause-7 : On the completion of the work the contractor


shall be furnished with a certificate by the Executive
Engineer (hereinafter called the Engineer-in-charge) of
such completion, but no such certificate shall be given
nor shall the work be considered shall be given nor shall
the work be considered to be complete until the
contractor shall have removed, from the premises on

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which the work shall have been executed, all scaffolding


surplus materials and rubbish, and shall have cleaned off,
the dirt from all wood work, doors, windows, wall, floor,
or other parts of any building in or upon which the work
has been executed or of which he may have had
possession for the purpose executing the work, nor un till
the work, shall have been measured by the Engineer-in-
Charge or where the measurement have been taken by his
subordinates until they have received approval of the
Engineer-in-Charge, the said measurements being
binding and conclusive against contractor. If the
contractor shall fail to comply with the measurements of
this clause as to the removal of scaffolding surplus
materials and rubbish, and cleaning of dirt on or before
the date fixed for the completion of the work the
Engineer-in-Charge may at the expenses of the
contractor, remove such scaffolding surplus materials and
rubbish, abd dispose off the same as he thinks fit and
clean off such dirt as aforesaid and the contractor shall
forthwith pay the amount of all expenses so incurred, but
shall have no claim in respect of any such scaffolding or
surplus materials as aforesaid except for any such
actually realised by the sale thereof.

Payment on Clause-8: No payment shall be made for any work


intermediate estimated to cost less than rupees one thousand till after
certificate to be the whole of work shall have been completed and a
regarded as certificate of completion given. But in the case of works
advances. estimated to the cost more than rupees one thousand the
contract or shall on submitting a monthly bill therefore be
entitled to receive payment proportionate to the part of
the work than approved and passed by the Engineer-in-
Charge, whose certificate of such approval and passing of
the sum so payable shall be final and conclusive against
the contractor. All such intermediate payments shall be
regarded as payment by way of advance against the final

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payments only & not as payments for work actually done


and completed and shall not preclude the Engineer-in-
Charge from requiring any bad, unsound imperfect or
unskillful work to be removed or taken away and
reconstructed or re-erected nor shall any such payment be
considered as an admission of the due performance of the
contractor any part thereof in any respect or the occurring
of any claims nor shall it conclude determine or effect in
any other way the powers of the Engineer-in-Charge as
to, the final settlement and adjustment of the accounts or
otherwise, or in any other way vary or effect the contract.
The fined J bill shall be submitted- by the contractor
within one month of the date fixed for the completion of
the work, otherwise the Engineer-in-Charges certificate
of the measurements and of the total amount payable for
the work shall be final and binding on all parties.

Payment at Clause-9: The rates for several items of work estimated


reduced rates on to cost more than Rs. 1000/- agreed to within shall be
a/c of items of work valid only when the item concerned is accepted as having
not accepted as been completed fully in accordance with the sanctioned
completed to be at specifications. In cases, where the items of work are not
the direction of the accepted as so completed by the Engineer-in-charge may
Engineer-in-charge made payments on account of such items at such reduced
rates as he may consider reasonable in the preparation of
final or on account bills.

Bill to be submitted Clause-10: A bill shall be submitted by the contractor in


monthly each month or before the date fixed by the Engineer-in-
charge for all work executed in the previous months, and
the Engineer-in-charge shall take or cause to be taken the
requisite measurements for the purpose of having the
same verified & the claim so far as it is admissible, shall
be adjusted, if possible, within tell days from the
presentation of the bill. If the contractor does not submit
the bill within the time fixed as aforesaid, the Engineer-
in-charge, may depute a subordinate to measure up the
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said work in the presence of the contractor or his duly


authorised agent whose counter signature to the
measurement list shall be sufficient warrant and the
Engineer-in-charge may prepare a bill from such list
which, shall be binding on the contractor in all respect.

Bills to be on Clause-11: The- contractor shall submit all bills on the


printed forms printed forms to be had on application at the office of the'
Engineer-in-charge. The charges to be made in the bills
shall always be entered at the rates specified in the tender
or in the case of any extra work ordered in pursuance of
these conditions and not mentioned or provided for in the
tender at the rates hereinafter provided for such work.

Stores supplied by Clause-12: If the specification or estimate of the work


Government provides for the use of my special description of
materials to be supplied from the store of the
Departmental Store or if it is required that the contractor
shall use certain stories to be provided by the Engineer-
in-charge (such material and store and the prices to be
charged therefore as hereinafter mentioned being so far as
practicable for the convenience of the contractor but not
so as in any way to control the meaning of effect of this
contract specified in the schedule or memorandum hereto
annexed) the contractor shall be supplied with such
materials and stores as may be required from any sums
then due, or thereafter to become due to the contractor
under the contract, or otherwise, or from the security
deposit or the proceeds of the sale thereof if the security
deposit is held in Government securities, the same or a
sufficient portion thereof shall in that case be sold for the
purpose. All materials supplied to the, contractor shall
remain the absolute property of Government & shall on
no account be removed from the site of the work, and
shall at all times be open for inspection by the Engineer-
in-charge. Any such materials unused and in perfectly

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good condition at the time of completion or termination


of the contract shall be returned to the Departmental store
of the Engineer-in-charge so requires by a notice in
writing given under his hand but the contractor shall not
be entitled to return any such materials except with
consent of the Engineer-in-charge and he shall have no
claim for compensation on account of any such materials
supplied to him as aforesaid but remaining unused by him
or for any wastage in or damages to any such materials.

Clause-12(A) : All stores of controlled materials such as


cement, steel, etc., supplied to the contractor by
Government should be kept by the contractor under lock
and key and will be accessible for inspection by the
Executive Engineer or his agent at all the times.

Works to be Clause-13: The contractor shall execute the whole and


executed in every part of the work in the most substantial and
accordance with workman like manner, and both as regards materials and
specifications every other respect in strict accordance with
drawings, orders specifications. the contractor shall also confirm exactly,
etc. fully, & faithfully to the de-signs; drawings and
instructions in writing relating to the work sign by the
Engineer-in-charge and lodged in his office and to which
the contractor shall be entitled to have access for the
purpose of inspection at such office or on the site of work
during office hours. The contractor will be entitled to
receive three sets of contract drawings and working
drawings as well as one certified copy of the accepted
tender along with the work order free of cost. Further
copies of the contract Drawings and workings if required
by him, shall be supplied at the rate of Rs.______ per set
of contract drawings and Rs.________ per working
drawing except where otherwise specified.

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Alternations in Clause-14: The Engineer-in-charge shall have power to


specifications & make any alteration in or additions to the original
designs not to specifications, drawings, designs and instructions that
invalidate may appear to him to be necessary or advisable during
contracts. the progress of the work and the contractor shall be
bound to carry out the work in accordance with any
instructions in this connection which may be given to him
in writing signed by the Engineer-in-charge and such
alteration shall not invalidate the contract, and any
additional work which the contractor may be directed to
Rates for works not do in the manner above specified as part of the work shall
entered in estimate be carried out by the contractor on the same conditions in
or schedule of rate all respects on which he agreed to do the main work, and
of the district at the same rates as are specified in the tender for the
main work. And if the additional and altered work
includes any class of work for which no rate is specified
in this contract, then such class of work shall be carried
out at the rates entered in the Schedule of rates on the Dn.
or at the rates mutually agreed upon between the
Engineer-in-charge and the contractor, whichever are
lower. If the addl. or altered work for which: no rate is
entered in the schedule of rates of the Division is ordered
to be carried out before the rates are agreed upon then the
contractor shall within the seven days of the date of
receipt by him of the order to carry out the work, inform
the Engineer-in-charge of the rate which it is his intention
to charge for such class of work. And if the Engineer-in-
charge does not agree to this rate, he shall, by notice in
writing be at liberty to cancel his order to carry out such
class of work and arrange to carry out, in such 'manner as
he may consider advisable provided always that if the
contractor shall commence work or in cure any
expenditure in regard thereto before the rates shall have
been determined as lastly hereinbefore mentioned, then in

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such case, he shall only be entitled to be paid in respect


of the work carried out or expenditure incurred by him
prior to the date of the determination of the rate as afore
said according to such rate or rates as shall be fixed by
the Engineer-in-charge. In the event of a dispute, the
decision of Superintending Engineer of the circle will be
final.
Where, however, the work is to be executed according to
the designs, drawings and specifications recommended
by the contractor and accepted by the competent
authority, the alterations above referred to shall be within
the scope of such designs, drawings, & specifications
appended to the tender.

Extension of time in The time limit for the completion of the work shall be
consequence of extended in the proportion that increase in its cost
additions or occasioned by alterations or additions bears to the cost of
alternations. the original contract work, and the certificate of the
Engineer-in-charge as to such proportions shall
conclusive.

No claim to any Clause - 15.: (1) If at any time after the execution of the
payment or contract documents the Engineer shall for any reason
compensation for whatsoever (other than default on the part of the
alteration in or contractor for which the Government is entitled to rescind
restriction of work the contract) desires that the whole or any part of the
work speeded in the tender, should be suspended for any
period of that the whole or part of the work should not be
carried out, at an he shall give to the contractor a notice
in writing of such desire and upon the receipt of such
notice the contractor shall forthwith, suspend or stop the
work wholly or in part as required after having due regard
to the appropriate stage at which the work should be
stopped or suspended so as not to cause any damage or
injury to the work already done or endanger the safety
thereof provided that the decision of the Engineer as to

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the stage at which the work or any part of it could be or


could have been safely stopped or suspended shall be
final and conclusive against the contractor. The
contractor shall have no claim to any payment or in
compensation whatsoever by reason of or in pursuance of
any notice as aforesaid, on account of any suspension,
stoppage or curtailment except to the extent specified
hereinafter.

(2) Where the total suspension of work ordered as


aforesaid continued for continuous' period exceeding 90
days the contractor shall be liberty to withdraw from the
contractual obligations under the contract so far it
pertains to the unexecuted part of the work by giving a 10
days prior notice in writing to the Engineer, within 30
days, of the expiry of the said period of 90 days, of such
intention and requiring the Engineer to record the final
measurement of the work already done and to pay final
bill. Upon giving such notice the contractor shall be
deemed to have been discharged from .his obligations to
complete the remaining unexecuted work under his
contract. On receipt of such notice, the Engineer shall
proceed to complete the measurements and make such
payment as may be finally due to the contractor within
period of 90 days from a receipt of such notice in respect
of the work already done by the contractor. Such payment
shall not in any manner prejudice the right of the
contractor to any further compensation under the
remaining provisions of this clause.
(3) Where the Engineer required to contractor to suspend
the work for a period in excess of 30 days at any time or
60 days in the aggregate, the contractor shall be entitled
to apply to the Engineer within 30 days of the resumption
of work after such suspension for payment of
compensation to the extent of pecuniary loss suffered by
him in respect of working machinery remained idle on

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the site or on the account of his having and to pay the


salary or wages of labour engaged by him during the said
period of suspension provided always that the contractor
shall not be entitled to any claim in respect of any such
working machinery, salary of wages for the first 30 days
whether consecutive or in the aggregate, or such
suspension or in respect or any suspension whatsoever
occasioned by unsatisfactory work or any other default on
his part. The decision of the Engineer-in-charge in this
regard shall be final and conclusive against the
contractor.

No claim to (4) In the event of -


compensation on (i) Any total stoppage of work on notice from Engineer
account of loss due under sub-clause (1) in that behalf.
to delay in supply (ii) Withdrawal by the contractor from the contractual
of material by obligations complete the remaining unexecuted work
Government under sub-clause (2) on account of continued suspension
of work for a period exceeding 90 days.

OR

(iii) curtailment in the quantity of item or items or items


originally tendered on account of any alteration, omission
on substitution in the specifications, drawings, designs or
instructions under clause 14 (1) where such curtailment
exceeds 25% in quantity and the value of the quantity
curtailed beyond 25% at the rate for the item specified in
the tender is more than Rs. 5000/-.

It shall be open to the contractor, within 90 days from the


service of (i) the notice of stoppage of work or (ii) the
notice of withdrawal from the contractual obligations
under the contract on account of the continued suspension
of work (iii) notice under clause 14 (1) resulting in such
curtailment to produce to the Engineer satisfactory

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documentary evidence that he had purchased or agreed to


purchase material for use in the contracted work before
receipt by him of the notice of stoppage, suspension or
curtailment and require the Government to take over on
payment such material at the rates determined by the
Engineer, provided, however such rates shall in no case
exceed the rates at which the same was acquired by the
contractor. The Government shall thereafter take over the
material so offered, provided the quantity offered, are not
in excess of the requirements of the unexecuted work as
specified in the accepted tender and are of quality and
specifications approved by the Engineer.

No claim to Clause - 15(A): The contractor shall not be entitled to


compensation on claim any com pension from Government for the loss
account of loss due suffered by him on account of delay 'by Government in
to delay in supply the supply of materials entered in Schedule ‘A’ where
of material by such delay is caused by
Government
i) Difficulties relating to the supply of railway wagons.

ii) Force measure.

iii) Act of God.

iv) Act of enemies of the state or any other reasonable


cause beyond the control of Government in the case of
such delay in the supply of materials, Government shall
grant, such extension of time for the completion of the
work as shall appear to the Executive Engineer to be
reasonable in accordance with the circumstances of the
case. The decision of the Executive Engineer as to the
extension of time shall be accepted as final by the
contractor.

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Time limit for Clause - 16 : Under no circumstances whatever shall the


unforeseen claims contractor be entitled to any compensation from
Government on any account unless the contractor shall
have submitted a claim in writing to the Engineer-in-
charge within one month of the case of such claim
occurring.

Action and Clause 17: If any time before the security deposit or any
compensation part thereof is refunded to the contractor, it shall appear
payable in case of to the Engineer-in-charge or, his subordinate in charge of
bad work the work, 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 are unsound, or of a
quality inferior to that contracted for, or are otherwise not
PWD Resolution in accordance with the contract, it shall be lawful for the
No. CAT 1087/ CR- Engineer-in-charge to intimate this fact in writing to the
94/ Bldg-2 dt. contractor and then notwithstanding the fact that the
14/06/89 work, materials or articles complained of may have been
inadvertently passed, certified and paid for the contractor
shall be bound forthwith to rectify, or remove and
reconstruct the work 30 specified in whole or in part, as
the case may require or if so required, shall remove the
materials or articles so specified and provided ocher
proper and suitable materials or articles at his own charge
and cost and in the event of his failing to do 'so within a
period to be specified by the Engineer-in-charge in the
written intimation aforesaid, the contractor shall be liable
to pay compensation at the rate of one percent on the
amount of the estimate for every day not exceeding 10
days, during which the failure so contains and incase of
any such failure the Engineer-in-charge may rectify or
remove and re-execute the work or remove and replace
the materials or articles complained of as the case may be
at the risk and expense in all respects of the contractor,
should the Engineer-in-charge consider that any such

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inferior work or materials as described above may be


accepted or made use of it shall be within his discretion
to accept the same at such reduced rates as he may fix
therefore.

Work to be open to Clause - 18: All works under or in course of execution or


inspection executed in' pursuance of the contract ,shall at all times
be open to the inspection and supervision of the
Engineer-in-charge and his subordinates and the
Contractor or contractor shall at all times during the usual working
responsible agent to hours, and at all other times at which reasonable notice of
be present the intention of the Engineer-in-charge and his
subordinate to visit the work shall have been given to the
contractor, either himself be present to receive orders and
instructions or have responsible agent duly accredited in
writing present for that purpose. Orders given to the
contractors duly authorised agent shall be considered to
have the same force and effect as if they had been given
to the contractor himself.

Notice to be given Clause - 19 : The contractor shall give not less than five
before work in days notice in writing to the Engineer-in-charge or his
covered up subordinate in charge of the work before covering up or
otherwise placing beyond the reach of measurement any
work in order that the same may be measured and correct
dimensions thereof taken before the I same is so covered
up or place beyond the reach of measurement and shall
not cover up or place beyond the reach of measurement
any work without the consent in writing of the Engineer-
in-charge or his subordinate-in-charge of the work, and, if
any work shall be covered up or placed beyond the reach
of measurement without such notice hewing been given
or consent obtained the same shall be uncovered at the
contractors expenses, and in default thereof no payment
or allowance shall be made for such work or for the
materials with which the same was executed.

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Contractor liable Clause -20 : If during the period of months/years from


for damage done & the date of completion as certified by the Engineer-in-
for imperfections charge pursuant to clause- 7 of the contract or_________
or_________ months/years, after commissioning the
work, whichever is earlier, in the, opinion of the
Executive Engineer, the said work is defective in any
manner whatsoever, the contractor shall forthwith on
PWD Resolution receipt of notice in that behalf from the Executive
No. CAT 1087/ CR- Engineer, duly commence execution and completely
94/ Bldg-2 dt. carry out at his cost in every respect all the work that may
14/06/89 be necessary for rectifying and setting right the defects
specified therein including dismantling & reconstruction,
of unsafe portions strictly in accordance with and in the
manner prescribed and under the supervision of the
Executive Engineer. In the event of the contractor failing
or negating to commence execution of the said
rectification work within the period prescribed therefore
in the said notice and/ or to complete the same as
aforesaid as required by the said notice, the Executive
Engineer get the same executed and carried out
departmentally or by any other agency at the risk on
account and the cost of the contractor. The contractor
shall forthwith on demand pay to the Government the
amount such costs, charges and expenses sustained or
incurred by the Government of which the certificate of
the Executive Engineer shall be I final and binding of the
contractor. Such costs, charges and expenses shall be
deemed to be arrears of land revenue and on the event of
the contractor failing or neglecting to pay the same on
demand as aforesaid without prejudice to any other rights
and remedies of the Government, the same may be
recovered from the contractor as arrears of land revenue.
The Government shall also be entitled to deduct the same
from any amount which may then be payable or which
may thereafter become payable by the Government to the

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contractor either in respect of the said work on any other


work whatsoever or from the amount of security deposit
retained by Government.
Contractor to Clause-21: The contractor shall supply at his own cost all
supply plant, material (except such special materials if any as may in
ladder, scaffolding accordance with the correct, be supplied from the
etc. departmental stores), plant, tools, appliances, implements,
ladders, cardage, tackle, scaffolding and temporary work,
requisite or proper for the proper execution of the work,
whether in the original, altered or substituted from, and
whether included in the specification or other documents
forming part of the contract or referred to in these
conditions or not and which may be necessary for the
purpose of satisfying or complying with the requirements
of the Engineer-in-charge as to any matter as to I which
And is liable for under these conditions he is entitled to be satisfied, or
damages arising which is entitled to require together with the carriage
from non there for to and from the work. The contractor shall also
provisions of light, supply without charge the requisite number of persons
fencing etc. with the means and materials necessary for the purpose of
setout works and counting, weighting and assisting in the
measurement or examination at any time and from time
to time of the work or the materials, failing which the
same may be provided by the Engineer-in-charge at the
expenses of the contractor and the expenses may be
deducted from any money due to the contractor under the
contract or from his security deposit or the proceeds of
sale thereof, or of a sufficient portion thereof. The
contractor shall provide all necessary fencing and lights
required to protect the public from accident and shall also
be bound to bear the expenses of defense of every suit,
action or other legal proceeding, that may be brought by
any person for injury sustained owing to neglect of the
above precautions and to pay any damages and cost
which may be awarded in any such suit action or
proceedings to any such person or which may with

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consent of the contractor be paid for compromising any


claim by any such person.

List of machinery in contractor's possession and which


they propose to use en the works should be submitted
along with the tender.

Clause -21 (A): The contractor shall provide suitable


scaffolds and working platforms gangways and stair ways
and shall comply with the following regulations in
connections therewith.

(a) Suitable scaffolds shall be provided for workmen for


all works that cannot be safely done from a ladder or by
other means.

(b) A scaffold shall not be constructed taken down or


substantially altered except:

(i) Under the supervision. of a competent and responsible


person; and

(ii) as far as possible by competent workers possessing


adequate experience in this kind of work.

(c) All scaffolds and appliances connected therewith and


ladders shall

(i) be of sound material;

(ii) be of adequate strength having regard to the loads &


strains to which they will be subjected; and

(iii) be maintained in proper condition.

(d) scaffolds shall be so constructed that no part thereof


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can be displaced in consequence of normal use.

(e) Scaffolds shall not be over-loaded and so far as


practicable the load shall be evenly distributed.

(f) Before installing lifting gear on scaffolds special


precautions shall be taken to ensure the strength and
stability of the scaffolds.

(g) Scaffold shall be periodically inspected by the


competent person.

(h) Before allowing a scaffold to be used by his workmen


the contractor shall, whether the scaffold has been erected
by his workmen or not, take steps to ensure that it
complies fully with the regulations herein specified.

(i) working platform, gangways, stairways shall

(i) be so constructed that no part thereof can sag unduly


or unequally;

(ii) be so constructed and maintained having regard to the


prevailing conditions as to reduce as far as practicable
risks of persons tripping or slipping; and.

(iii) be kept free from any unnecessary obstructions,

(i) In the case of working platform, gangways, working


places and stairways at the height exceeding 3 meters.

(i) Every working platform, and every, gangway shall be


closely boarded unless other adequate measures are taken
to ensure safety;
(ii) Every working platform and gangway shall have
adequate width; and

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(iii) Every working platform, gangway, working place


and stairway shall be suitable fenced.

(k) Every opening in the floor of a building .or in a


working platform shall except for the time and to the
extent required to allow the excess of persons or the
transport or shifting of materials be provided with
suitable means to prevent the fall of persons or materials.
(1) When persons are employed' on roof where there is a
danger of falling from a height exceeding 3 mtrs. Suitable
precautions shall be taken to prevent the fall of persons or
materials.

(m) Suitable precautions shall be taken to prevent persons


being struck by articles which might fall from scaffold or
other working places.

(n) Safe means of access shall be provided to all working


platforms and other working places.

(o) The contract(s) will have to make payments to the


labors as per Minimum wage;) Act.

Clause -21 (B): The contractor shall comply with the


following regulations as regards the Hoisting Appliances
to be used by him:-

(a) Hoisting machine and tackle, including their


attachments, anchorages and support shall

(i) be of good mechanical construction sound material


find adequate strength and free from patent defect, and

(ii) be kept in good repair and in good working order.

(b) Every rope used in housing or lowering materials or

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as a means of suspension shall be of suitable quality and


adequate strength and free from patent defect.
(c) Hoisting machine and tackle shall be examined and
adequately tested after erection on the site and before use
and before re-examined in position at interval to be
prescribed by the Government.

(d) Every chain, ring, hook, shackle swivel and pulley


block used in hoisting or lowering materials or as a
means of suspension shall be periodically examined.

(e) Every crane driver or hoisting appliance operator shall


be properly qualified.

(f) No person who is below the age of 18 years shall be in


control of any hoisting machine, including any scaffold
which, of give signals to the operator.

(g) In the case of every hoisting machine and of every


chain, ring, hook, shackle swivel and pulley block used in
hoisting of lowering or as means of suspension, the safe
working load shall be ascertained by adequate means.

(h) Every hoisting machine and all gear referred to in


proceeding regulation shall be plainly marked with the
safe working load.

(i) In the case of hoisting machine having a variable safe


working load, each safe working load and the conditions
under which it is applicable shall be clearly indicated.

(j) No part of any hoisting machine or of any gear


referred to in regulation (g) above shall be loaded beyond
the safe working load except for the purpose of testing.

(k) Motors, gearing transmissions,. electric wiring and

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other dangerous part or hoisting appliances shall be


provided with efficient safeguards.

(1) Hoisting appliances shall be provided with such


means as will reduce to minimum and the risk of the
accidental descent of the load.

(m) Adequate precaution shall be taken to reduce to a


minimum the risk of any part of a suspended load
becoming accidentally displaced.

Measure for Clause -22: The contractor shall not set fire to any
prevention of fire standing jungle, trees, brushwood or grass without a
written permit from the Executive Engineer. When such
permit is given, and also in all cases when destroying cut
or dug up trees brush-wood, grass etc. By fire; the
contractor shall take the necessary measure to prevent
such fire spreading to or otherwise damaging surrounding
properly. The contractor shall make his own
arrangements for drinking water for the labour employed
by him.

Liability of Clause -23: Compensation for all damages done


contractor for any intentionally or unintentionally by contractor's labour
damage done in or whether in or beyond the limits of Government property
outside work area including any damage caused by the spreading of fire
mentioned in clause 22 shall be estimated by The
Engineer-in-charge or such other officer as he may
appoint and the estimate of the Engineer-in-charge
subject to the decision of the superintending Engineer on
appeal shall be final and the contractor shall be bound to
pay the amount of the assessed compensation on demand
failing which; the same will' be recovered from the
contractor as damages in the manner prescribed in
Clause-1 or deducted by the Engineer-in-charge front any
sums that may be due or become due from Government
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to contractor under this contract or otherwise.

The contactor shall bear the expenses of defending any


action or other legal proceeding that may be brought by
any persons for injury sustained by him owing to neglect
of precautions to prevent the spread of fire and he shall
pay any damages and cost that may be awarded by the
court in consequence.
Employment of Clause -24: The employment of female labours on works
female labour in neighborhood of soldiers barracks should be avoided -
as far as possible

Work on Sunday Clause -25: No work shall be done on a Sunday without


the sanction in writing of the Engineer-in-charge.

Work not to sublet Clause -26: Contractor may be rescinded and security
deposit forfeited for subletting it without approval or
bribing a public officer or if contractor becomes
insolvent. The contract shall not be assigned or sublet
without the written approval of the Engineer-in-charge.
And if the contractor shall assign or sublet his contract, or
attempt so to do, or become insolvent or commence any
proceeding to get himself adjudicated and insolvent or
make any composition with his creditors, or attempt so
to. do or if bribe, gratuity, gift, loan, perquisite, reward or
advantage, pecuniary or otherwise shall either directly or
indirectly be given, promised or offered by the contractor
or any of his servants or agents to any public officer or
person in the employment of Government in any way
relating to his office or employment or if any such officer
or person shall be become in any way directly or
indirectly interested in the contract, the Engineer-in-
charge may there upon by notice in writing rescind the
contract, and the security deposit of the contractor shall
there upon stand forfeited and be absolutely at the
disposal of Government and the same consequence, shall

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ensure as if the contract had been rescinded under


Clause-3 hereof and in addition the contractor shall not
be entitled to recover or be paid for any work therefore
actually performed under the contract.

Sum payable by Clause -27: All sums payable by a contractor by way of


way of compensation under any of these condition shall be
compensation to be considered as a reasonable compensation to be applied to
considered as the use of Government without reference to the actual
reasonable loss or damage sustained, and whether any damage has or
compensation has not been sustained.
without reference
to actual loss.
Changes in the Clause -28: In the case of tender by partners, any change
constitution of firm in the constitution of a firm shall be forthwith notified by
to be notified the contractor to the Engineer-in-charge for his
information.

Direction and Clause -29: All works to be executed under the contract
control of the shall he executed under the direction and subject to the
Superintending approval in .ill respects of the Superintending Engineer of
Engineer the Circle, for the time being, who shall be entitled to
direct at what point or points and in what manner they are
to be commenced, and from time to time carried on.

Clause -30: Except where otherwise specified in the


contract and subject to the powers delegated to him by
Government under the code, rules then in force, the
decision of the Superintending Engineer of the Circle for
the time being shall be final, conclusive, and binding on
all parties to the contract upon all question relating to the
meaning of the specifications designs, drawings and
instructions herein before mentioned and as to the quality
of workmanship or materials used on the work, or as to
any other question, claim, right matter, or thing
whatsoever, if any way arising out of, or relating to the

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contract, designs, drawings, specifications, estimates,


instructions, orders, or these conditions, or otherwise
concerning the works, or the execution, or failure to
execute the same, whether arising during the progress of
the work, or after the completion of abandonment thereof

(2) The contractor may within thirty days of receipt by


him of any order passed by the Superintending Engineer
of the circle as aforesaid appeal against it to the Chief
Engineer concerned with the contract, work of project
provided that

(a) The accepted value of the contract exceeds Rs.10


lakhs (Rs. Ten Lakhs).

(b) Amount of claim is not less than Rs. 1.00 Lakh


(Rs.One lakh).

(3) If the contractor is not satisfied with the order passed


by the Chief-Engineer as aforesaid, the contractor may,
within thirty days of receipt by him of any such order,
appeal against it to the concerned Secretary, public works
Department/ Irrigation Department who if convinced that
prima facie the contractor's claim rejected by
Superintending Engineer/Chief Engineer is not frivolous
and that there is some substance in the claim of the
contractors as would merit a detailed examination and
decision by the standing Committee shall put up to the
Standing Committee at Government level for suitable
decision (vide P.W. circle No. CAT-I086-CR-110/Bldg-
2-dated 7.5.1986).
Clause -31: The contractor shall obtain from the
Departmental stores, all stores and articles of European or
American manufacture which may be required for the
work or any part thereof or in making up any articles
required therefore or in connection therewith unless he

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has obtained permission in writing from the Engineer-in-


charge to obtain such stores and articles elsewhere. The
value of such stores and articles as may be supplied to the
contractor by the Engineer-in-charge will be debited to
the contractor in his account at the rates shown in the
Schedule in Form-A attached to the contract and if they
are not entered in the said schedule they will be debited
to him at cost price which for the purpose of this contract
shall include the cost of carriage and other expenses
whatsoever which shall have been incurred in obtaining
delivery of the same at the stores aforesaid.
Lump sum in Clause -32: When the estimate on which a tender is made
estimate includes lump sums in respect of parts of the work the
contractor shall be entitled to payment in respect of the
items of work involved or the part of .the work in
question at the same rates as are payable under this
contract for each, item, or if the part of work in question
is not in the opinion of the Engineer-in-charge capable of
measurement, the Engineer-in-charge may as his
discretion pay the lump sum amount entered in the
estimate and the certificate in writing of the Engineer-in-
charge shall be final and conclusive against the contractor
with regard to any sum or sums payable to him under the
provision of this clause.

Actions where no Clause -33: In the case of any class of work for which
specification there is no such specification as is mentioned in Rule-l
such work shall be carried out in accordance with, the
Divisional Specifications &. in the event of there being
to. Divisional Specification then in such case the work
shall be carried out in all respects in accordance with all
instructions & requirements of the Engineer-in-charge.

Definition of work Clause -34: The .expression works or work where used
in these conditions shall unless there be something in the
subject or context repugnant to such construction, be

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construct to mean the work or works contracted to be


executed under or in virtue of the contract, whether
temporary or permanent and whether original altered
substituted or additional.

Contractor’s Clause -35: The percentage referred to in the tender


percentage whether shall. be deducted from/added to the gross amount of the
applied to net or bill before deducting the value of any stock issued.
gross amount of bill
Refund of quarry Clause -36: All quarry fees, royalties, octroi dues and
fees & royalties ground rent for stacking materials, of any, should be paid
by the contractor, who will, however, be entitled to a
refund of such of the charges as are permissible under
rules, on obtaining a certificate from the Engineer-in-
charge that the materials were required for use on
Government work.

Compensation Clause -37: The contractor shall be responsible for and


under workmen’s shall pay any compensation to his workmen’s payable
compensation Act. under the workmen compensation Act 1923 (VIII of
1923) (hereinafter called the said Act.) for injuries caused
to the workmen. If such compensation is payable paid by
Government as principle under sub-section(1) of section
12 of the said act on behalf of the contractor, it shall be
recoverable by Government from the contractor under
sub-section (2) of the. said section. Such compensation
shall recovered in the manner laid down .in clause-1
above.

Clause -37 (A): The contractor shall be responsible for


and shall pay the expenses of providing medical aid to
any workmen who may suffer a bodily injury as a result
of an accident. If such expenses are incurred by
Government, the same shall be recoverable .from the
contractor fort with and be deducted without prejudice to
any other remedy of Government from any amount due

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or that may become due to the contractor.

Clause -37 (B): The contractor shall provide all


necessary personal safety equipment and first aid
apparatus available for the use of the persons employed

on the site and shall maintain the same in condition


suitable for immediate use at any time and shall comply,
with the following regulation, in connection therewith.

(a) The workers shall be required to use the equipment so


provided by the contractor and the contractor shall take
adequate steps to ensure proper use of the equipment by
those concerned.

(b) When work is carried on in proximity to any place


where there is a risk or drawing all necessary equipment
shall be provided and kept ready for use and all necessary
steps shall be taken for the prompt rescue of any person
in danger.

(c) Adequate provision shall be made for prompt first aid


treatment of all injuries like to be sustained during the
course of the work.

Clause -37 (C): The contractor shall duly comply with


the provisions of the' Apprentices, Act-1961 (III of 1961)
the. rules made there under and the orders that may be
issued from time to time under the Act the said rules and
on his failure or neglect to do so, he shall be subject to all
the liabilities and penalties provided by the said Act arid
said Rules

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Claim for Clause -38 :


quantities entered (1) Quantities shown in the tender are approximate and
in the tender or no claim shall be entertained for quantities of work
estimates executed being either more or less than those entered in
the tender or estimate.

(2) Quantities in respect of the several items 'shown in the


tender are approximate and no revision in the tendered
rate shall be permitted in respect of any of the items so
long as, subject to any special provision contained in the
specifications prescribing different percentage of
permissible variation in the quantity of the item does not
exceed the tender quantity by more than 25% and so long
as the value of the excess quantity beyond this limit at the
rate of the item specified 'in the tender is not more than
Rs. 5000/-

(3) The contractor shall if ordered in writing by the


Engineer-in-charge so to do, also carry out any quantities
in excess of the limit mentioned in sub-clause (2) hereof
on the same conditions as & in accordance with the
specifications in the tender and at the rates (i) derived
from the rates entered in the current schedule of rates and
in the absence of such rates, (ii) at the rate prevailing in
the market, the said rates being increased or decreased as
the case may be by the percentage which the total
tendered amount bears to the estimated cost of the work
as put to tender based upon the schedule of rates
applicable to the year in which the tenders were invited.
For the purpose of operation of this clause, this cost shall
be taken to be Rs. __________ (in words Rs. _________
____________________________)

(4) Claims arising out of reduction in the tendered


quantity of any item beyond 25% will be Governed by
the provision of clause 15 only when the amount of such,

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reduction beyond 25% at the rate of the item specified in


the tender is more than Rs. 5,000/- (The clause is Not
applicable to extra items).

Employment of Clause -39 : The contractor shall employ any famine


Famine labour etc. convict or other labour of a particular kind of class if
ordered in ,writing to do so by the Engineer-in-charge.

Claim for Clause -40: No compensation shall be allowed for any


compensation for delay caused in the, starting of the work on account of
delay in starting the acquisition of land or in the case of clearance works, on
work account of any delay in according to sanction of
estimates.

Claim for Clause -41: No compensation shall be allowed for any


compensation for delay in. the execution of the work on account of water,
delay in execution standing in barrow pits or compartments. The rates are
of work inclusive for hard or cracked soil, excavation in mud,
soil, water standing in borrow pits and no claim for an
extra rate shall be entertained, unless otherwise expressly
specified.

Entering upon or Clause -42: The contractor shall not enter upon or
commencing any commence any portion of work except with the written
portion of work authority and instructions of the Engineer-in-charge or of
his subordinate incharge of the work. Failing such
authority the contractor shall have no claim to ask for
measurement of or payment for work.

Minimum age of Clause --43 :


persons employed, (i) No contractor shall employ any persons who are under
the employment of the age of 14 years.
donkeys and for
other animals and (ii) No contractor shall employ donkeys or other animals
the payment of fair with breeching of string or thin rope. The breeching must
wages. be at least three inches wide and should be of tape

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(Newar).

(iii) No animal suffering 1rom sores, lameness or


emaciation or which, is immature shall be employed on
the work.

(iv) The Engineer-in-charge or his agent is authorised to


remove from the work any person or animal found
working which does not satisfy these conditions and no
responsibility shall be accepted by Government for any
delay caused in the completion of the work by such
removal.

(v) The contract of shall pay fair and reasonable wages to


the workmen employed by him, .in the contract
undertaken by him. In the event of any dispute arising
between the contractor and his workmen on the grounds
that the wages paid are not fair and reasonable, the
dispute shall be referred without delay to the Executive
Engineer who shall decide the same. The decisions of the
Executive Engineer shall be conclusive and binding on
the contractor but such decision, shall not in any way
affect the condition in the contract regarding the payment
to be made by Government at the sanctioned tender rates.

(vi) Contractor shall provide drinking water facilities to


the workers, similar amenities shall be provided to the
workers engaged on large work in urban areas.

(vii) Contractor to take precaution against accidents


which takes place on account of labour using loose
garments while working near machinery.
Method of payment Clause -44: Payment to contractors shall be made by
cheque drawn on any treasury within the Division
convenient to them provided the amount exceeds Rs. 10/-
. Amount not exceeding Rs. 10/- will be paid in cash.

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Acceptance of Clause -45 : Any: contractor who does not accept these
conditions conditions shall not be allowed to tender for works.
compulsory before
tendering the work
Clause -46: If Government declares a states of scarcity or
famine to exit in any village situated within 10 miles of
the work; the contractor shall employ upon such parts of
the work, as are suitable for unskilled labour, any person
certified to him by the Executive Engineer, or be any
person to whom the Executive Engineer may have
delegated this duty in writing to be in need .of relief and
shall be bound to pay to such person wages not below the
minimum which Government may have fixed in this
behalf. Any disputes which may arise in connection with
the implementation of this clause; shall be decided by the
Executive Engineer whose decision shall be final and
binding on the contractor.
Clause - 47: The price quoted by the contractor shall not
in any case exceed the control price, if any, fixed by
Government or reasonable price which it is permissible
far him to charge private purchaser for the same class and
description the controlled price or price permissible under
Hoarding and Profiteering Ordinance 1948, as amended
from time to time, if the price quoted exceeds the
controlled price or the price permissible under Hoarding
and Profiteering Prevention Ordinance, the contractor
will specifically mention this fact in his tender along with
the reasons for quoting such higher prices. The purchaser
at his discretion will in such case exercise the right of
revising the price at any stage so as to confirm with the
controlled price on the permissible, under Hoarding and
Profiteering Prevention Ordinance. This discretion will
be exercised without prejudice to any other action that
may be taken against the contractor.

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Clause. -47 (A): The tendered rate shall be inclusive of


all taxes, rates and cases and shall also be inclusive of the
tax, leviable in respect of works contract under the
provisions of the Maharashtra Sales Tax on transfer on
property in goods involved in the execution of works
contract Act. 1985 (Maharashtra Act No. XIX of 1985)
Clause -48 : The rates to be quoted by the contractor
must be inclusive of sales tax. No Extra payment on this
account will be made to the contractor
Clause -49 : Incase of materials that may remain surplus
with the contractor from those issued for the work
contracted for, the date of ascertainment of the materials
being surplus will be taken as the date of sales tax will be
recovered on such sale.
Maharashtra Act Clause -50: The contractor shall employ the unskilled
XIX of 1985, labour to be employed by him on the said work only from
Clause regarding locally available labours and shall give preference to
Turnover Tax vide those persons enrolled under Maharashtra Government
P.W.D. Circular employment and self employment department's scheme.
No. CAT 1086/CR- Provided, however, that if the required unskilled labours
330 Bldg-2 Dt. are not available, locally, the contractor shall in the first
10/06/1987 instance employ such number 'of persons as is available
and thereafter may with previous permission, in writing
of the Executive Engineer in charge of the said work,
obtain the rest of the requirement of unskilled the labour
from outside the above scheme.
Clause -51: Wages to be paid to the skilled and unskilled
labourers engaged by the contractor.
(1) The contractor shall pay the labours skilled and
unskilled according to the wages prescribed by the
minimum wages Act of 1948 applicable to the area in
which the work of the contract is located.
Clause- 52: All amounts whatsoever which the
contractor is liable to pay to the Government in
connection with the execution of the work including the
amount payable in respect of (i) materials and, or stores

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supplied/issued hereunder by the Government to the


contractor (ii) hire charges in respect of heavy plant,
machinery and equipment given on hire by the
Government to the contractor for execution by him of I
the work and or on which advances have been given by
the Government to the contractor shall be deemed to be
arrears of the Lapd Revenue and' the Government may
without prejudice to any other rights and remedies of the
Government recover the same from the contractor as
arrears of Revenue.
Clause -53 : The contractor shall duly comply with all
the provisions of the contract labour (Regulation and
Abolition) Rule 1971. If the contractor fails neglects to
pay wages at the said rates or makes short payment and
the Government makes such payment of wages in full or
part thereof less paid by the contractor as the case may
be, the amount so paid by the government to such
workers shall be deemed to be arrears of Land Revenue
and the Government shall be entitled to recover the same
as such from the contractor or deduct same from the
amount payable by the Government to the contractor
hereunder of from any other amount payable by the
Government.
Clause - 54: The contractor shall engage apprentices
such as bricks layer,-carpenter, wireman, plumber, as
well as black smith as recommended by the State
Apprenticeship Adviser Director and Technical
Education, Dhobi Talav, Bombay No.1 on the
construction work (Government of Maharashtra,
Education Dept. No. TSA-5172/ T-56689 Dt.7/7/1972).
Clause - 55: The tendered rates shall be inclusive of all
taxes, rates and cesses and shall also be inclusive of the
tax leviable in respect of works contract under the
provision of rule 58 of sale or transfer of property in
goods involved in the execution of works contract act ,
1985 as revised and applicable as per the Maharashtra

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value added tax (VAT) ACT - 2005 for the purpose of


leavy of tax .

Clause - 56 :
(a) Anti Malaria and other health measures shall be as
directed by the Joint Direction of Health Services, Pune.

(b) Contractor shall see that the mosquito genic


conditions are not created so as to keep vector population
to minimum level.

(c) Contractor shall carry out anti maleria measures in the


area as per guidelines prescribed under National Maleria
Erudition programme and as directed by the Joint
Director (M&F) of Health Services, Pune.

(d) In the case of default in carrying out prescribed anti


malaria measures resulting in increase in malaria
incidence, contractor shall be liable to pay to Government
the amount spent by Government on an antimalaria
measures to control the situation in addition to fine.

(e) The contractor shall make sufficient arrangement for


draining away the suliage water as well as water coming
from the bathing and washing places and shall dispose of
this water in such a way as not to cause any nuisance. He
shall also keep the premises clean by employing
.sufficient number of sweepers.

The contractor shall comply with all rules, regulations,


bye -laws and directions given, from time to time by the'
local or public authority in connection with this work and
shall pay fees or charges which are laviable on him
without any extra cost to Government.

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Clause - 57: (a) A contractor shall have to furnish


income tax clearance certificate before his tender is
considered and also income tax assessment number and
date under which these are assessed.
(b) Deduction of income tax at 2% of the value of the
work done will be made from the contractor's R. A. bills
and surcharge at the rate of 15% on income tax will be
deducted or as per prevailing rules.
(c) Deduction of VAT Tax at 2 % or 4 % as per
applicable of rule will be deducted from the contractor's
R.A. Bill or as per prevailing rules.

Clause - 58 : (a) The contractor shall make arrangements


to supply fuel for domestic use to all labours engaged on
the site and prevent labours from cutting trees for the
purpose of fuel. It the contractor's labours found cutting
trees, the contractor shall be held responsible for the same
and shall be punished as per the provisions in the Forest
Conservation Act, 1980

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SECTIOIN-IX
SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT

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SECTIOIN-IX

SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT

9.1 Definitions
In the contract (as hereinafter defined the following words and expressions will have the
meanings hereby assigned to them.
a) Approved/ Approval - This means approved in writing.
b) Construction plant -This means all equipment, appliances or things of whatsoever
nature required for the execution, completion or maintenance of the work or of temporary
works, but does not include materials of the work or of temporary work, but does not
include materials or others things intended to form part of the permanent work.
c) Contract - This means the general and special conditions of contract, specifications,
drawings, tender, including the schedules of quantities and tender prices, the formal
agreement and all addendum and attachments related to the above.
d) Contractor - This means the particular person, firm or Corporation with whom the
contract has been made for executing the works, defined in the contract.
e) Day - This means a day from midnight to midnight.
f) Drawings -This means the drawings referred to in the specifications, and any
modification of such drawings approved in writing by the Engineer- in-Charge and
such other drawings as may from time to time be furnished or approved in writing by the
Engineer-in-Charge.
g) Engineer/Engineer-in-Charge -Engineer or Engineer –in-Charge means the
Executive Engineer-in-Charge of the work. The authorized representative of the Engineer-in-
Charge shall have the powers specifically delegated by the Engineer-in-Charge and orders
given by the authorized representative shall be considered to have the same force and effect
as if they had been given by the Engineer-in-Charge.

h) Government/Corporation/Department
This means Government of Maharashtra/ Vidarbha Irrigation Development Corporation,
Nagpur.
i) I.S.S.
This means latest revised edition of Indian standard specifications.
j) Month
This means from the beginning of a given date of a calendar month to the end of the
preceding date of the next calendar month.

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k) Temporary Works
This means all temporary works of every kind required for the performance of the contract.
l) Works
This means the works to be executed in accordance with the contract.
m) Site
This means the lands and other place on, under , in or through which the works are to be
executed or carried out and any other lands or places provided by the Corporation for the
purposes of the contract together with such other places as may be specifically designated in
the contract or subsequently approved as forming part of site.
n) Chief Engineer
Chief Engineer Shall mean Chief Engineer (Electrical) Hydro Projects Water
Recourses Department, Mumbai - 400023.
o) Superintending Engineer
This means the Superintending Engineer of the Circle in overall Charge of works pertaining
to the contract.
p) Specifications
Specifications shall mean the specification for material of works as specified
in the tender document.
q) Week
This means seven consecutive days.
r) Contract Time
The number of consecutive calendar months as specified in this document for supply of
goods or equipment and completion of works commencing from the date of notice to
proceed.
s) Notice of Proceed
The written notice by the Government Corporation to the Contractor authorizing him to
proceed with the work and establishing the date of commencement of work.
t) Headings And Marginal Headings
The headings and marginal headings in the contract are solely for the purpose for
facilitating reference and shall not be deemed to be part thereof or taken into consideration in
the interpretation or construction thereof or of the contract.
9.2 Interpretations
Words imparting the singular only also include the plural and vice versa unless, this is
repugnant to the context. Wherever, the term Specification’s is used apart from specified
standard specifications, it shall mean the specifications or plan prepared for a particular item
referred to, for the instructions to the Contractor in executing that item of work.

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9.3 Contractor to inform himself fully


The Contractor shall be deemed to have carefully examined the work and site conditions, the
Special Conditions, the Specifications, schedules and drawings and shall be deemed to have
visited the work site, and also got fully acquainted himself with details required, raw finished,
bought out material/equipment required for this work, local conditions , ancillary works
required to be done etc. before quoting the offer.
If he shall have any doubts as to the meaning of any portion of the special conditions or the
scope of work or the specifications or any other matter concerning the contract, he shall in
good time, set forth the particulars thereof and submit them to the Engineer-in-Charge. The
Engineer-in-Charge generally means the Executive Engineer directly in-Charge of the work,
but also means the Superintending Engineer Chief Engineer for exercising powers under this
contract.
9.4 Sufficiency of Tender
The tenderer shall be entirely responsible for the sufficiency of the rates quoted by him in his
tender.
9.5 Stating of Rates
The rates shall be written both in words and in figures. The tenderer shall also show the
totals of each item and the grand total of the whole tender Corrections, if any, shall be made
by crossing out, initiating, dating and rewriting. The tenderer shall also show the totals of
each schedule. In the case of conflict between the figures and words in the rates, the later
shall prevail.
9.6 Tender Validity Period
The tender shall be valid for a period of not less than 120 days from the date of opening of
the same and thereafter until the same is withdrawn by a notice in writing by the tenderer.
9.7 Use and Care of site
All and required shall be arranged by the Contractor from private Land Owner Revenue
department at his own cost and no claim on this account shall be entertained.
All areas of operation, including those of his staff and Labour Colonies, in case handed over
to the Contractor shall be cleared and handed over back in good condition to the Engineer-in-
Charge except the areas under works constructed for the Engineer-in-Charge, the contract
shall make good, to the satisfaction of the Engineer-in-Charge, any damage or alterations
made to areas which he has to hand over back or to other property or land handed over to him
for the purpose of this work.
The lands shall as hereinbefore mentioned, be handed over back to the Engineer-in-Charge
within three months after the completion of the work under this contract or the termination of
the Contract whichever is earlier. Also no land shall be held by the Contractor longer than
the Engineer-in-Charge shall deem necessary and the Contractor shall, on due notice by the
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Engineer –in-Charge vacate and return the land which the Engineer-in-Charge may certify as
no longer required by the Contractor for the purpose of the works. In case the lands are not
handed over back to the Department within the time limit, specified above, penal rent as may
be decided by the Engineer-in-Charge will be recoverable.
The vegetation and forest is noticeable in project area. The Contractor should take utmost
care for the preservation of this vegetation and forest. Any damage in this vegetation and
forest will have to be compensated by the Contractor and decision from Engineer-in-Charge
will be final and binding on Contractor.
9.7.1 Cleaning Up
The Contractor shall at all times keep the construction areas and his colony and storage free
from accumulation of waste or rejected materials.
Prior to the completion of the work, the Contractor shall remove all rubbish from and around
the premises and all tools, scaffolding equipment and materials which are not part of
permanent structures except otherwise asked for or as provided under any other clauses of
this contract, the premises will be left in a manner fully satisfactory to the Engineer-in-
Charge.
9.7.2 Period and Hours of work
The work shall be done usually during the day time. In the interest of progress if it is felt
necessary to work during night, the Contractor shall obtain specific permission of the
Engineer-in-Charge. If the work is to be done at night, prior permission of Engineer-in-
Charge should be obtained and adequate lighting arrangement shall be made as directed by
the Engineer-in-Charge.
9.8 Electric Power
Electric power will not be made available from the Department. The Contractor shall have to
arrange power supply at his own cost wherever required. The Contractor will have to lay and
maintain the distribution lines and wiring for the works at his cost by observing all
requirement of the Indian Electricity Act, 1910, 1948 and Indian Electricity Rules, 1956 and
rules in existence from time to time. The layouts and methods of laying the line and wring
shall have the prior approval of Engineer-in-Charge.
The nature of the connected load shall have the prior approval of the Engineer-in-Charge.
The Contractor shall be and remain answerable and liable for any loss or damage or injury to
any person or any property of the Corporation or of others caused by or arising from the
failure of observance of Indian Electricity Act, 1910, 1948 and Indian Electricity Rules, 1956
and rules in existence from time to time. The Contractor shall not claim anything extra either
due to non-availability of supply or due to interruptions in supply of electric power.

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9.9 Water
Since the project is on the bank of river /reservoir ample water is available throughout the
year which will be allowed to be lifted, free of cost. However, water lifting arrangements are
required to be made to the extent required by the Contractor at his own cost. Necessary
drainage arrangements to keep his colony and space around clean and hygienic will have to
be made by the Contractor at his cost.
Fresh and potable drinking water shall be made available by the Contractor to all persons
working at work spots in clean and hygienic, earthen or other pots at all working places and
in sufficient quantity.
Water available is untreated and all necessary treatment to water for making it potable and
safe for drinking by his staff, Labours and other dependents on Contractors shall have to be
done by the Contractor. Disinfection of all drinking water by chlorination will be obligatory.
9.10 Communications
The Contractor will make his own arrangement for all his communication needs such as
telephone, fax or cable, etc. at his site office and his residential area. Corporation will assist
the Contractor in getting the above facilities, in case he faces any difficulties.
9.11 Fencing, Lighting and Ventilation
The Contractor shall be responsible for the proper lighting, fencing, guarding and necessary
health and safety measures while executing all works under this contract and for proper
provision of temporary roadways, guards, footways, fences, caution notices etc. as far as the
same may be rendered necessary by reasons of the work, for the accommodation of workmen,
foot passengers or other traffic and of Owners and occupiers of adjacent property and of the
public and shall remain responsible for any accidents that may occur on account of his failure
to take proper and timely precaution.
Maintenance of Services
After all the work under this contract is completed and accepted as such, in case the
Engineer-in-Charge so directs, the Contractor shall maintain the lighting, ventilation,
communication facilities etc. upto a date determined by the Engineer-in-Charge, but not
longer than for a period of twelve months. A reasonable charges for such maintenance
otherwise not required by the Contractor for his purposes under the Contract will be borne by
Corporation. As regards the reasonableness of such charges, the decision of the Engineer-in-
Charge shall be final and binding on the Contractor.
9.12 Layout of Construction Roads
The Contractor shall have to submit detailed plan to the Engineer-in-Charge, showing the
layout of the work site, roads and approach roads proposed by him, before he starts the actual
work. Such a road layout plan will be scrutinised by the Engineer-in-Charge and any
modifications suggested by him will be binding on the Contractor.
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If it is decided by the Engineer-in-Charge to have some of the roads proposed by the


Contractor as common roads for common use of Corporation and other Contractors or
convenient and for compact and planned layout of work site, the Contractor will be bound to
construct them and allow them to be used simultaneously by other Contractors and
Departments. In case of disputes, the decision of the Engineer-in-Charge shall be final and
binding on the Contractor.
9.13 Contractor not to dispose off soil etc.
The Contractor shall not sell or otherwise dispose off or remove except for the purpose of this
contract, sand, stone, clay, ballast, earth rock or other substance or materials which may be
obtained from the excavation made for the purpose of this contract or any produce from the
site. All such substance, materials and produces shall be the property of Corporation and
shall be disposed off in a manner and at a place shown in the drawings or as and where the
Engineer-in-Charge may direct.
9.14 Gold/Silver, Minerals, Oils, Relics, etc. found on the site
All gold, silver, oil or other minerals of any description and all precious stones, coins
treasure, relics, antiquities and other similar things which shall be found in or upon the site,
shall be property of Government and the Contractor shall duly preserve the same to the
satisfaction of the Engineer-in-Charge and shall from time to time, deliver the same to such
person or persons as the Engineer-in-Charge may appoint.
9.15 Evaluation of Tender
Evaluation & Comparison of the offers shall be carried out on total cost for the cost quoted in
Envelope No. 2.
No change in the prices after the opening of the Envelope No.2 will be allowed.
9.16 Notices and Instructions
The Contractor shall furnish the postal address of his site office. Any notice or instruction to
be given to the Contractor under the terms of the contract shall be deemed to have been
served, if it has been delivered to his authorised agent or representative at site of work or sent
by registered letter to the site office or to the address of the firm last provided by the
Contractor.
Notices, How to be given?
Where any legal or other notice or any other document or any other direction is to be given to
or served upon the Contractor, it shall be deemed to be duly given or served, if it shall have
been either delivered to him personally or to his recognised agent or Works Manager
(including in the case of company, the Secretary of such Company) or delivered at or sent
through the post , addressed to the last known place of business, or abode of the Contractor, a
notice, or other documents which shall be so given to or so served on any one of the partners
in such firms , shall be deemed to have been given or served on all of them.
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Work Order Book


The Contractor shall maintain bound work order book at work site as the Engineer-in-Charge
may direct. This work order book shall have machine numbered pages in triplicate.
The Contractor shall make them available to the Engineer-in-Charge or his representative,
whenever called for.
Executive Engineer or his representative may record order about works, in this book, leaving
the original copy in the book and removing the second and third copy with him. The
Contractor or his authorised representative, shall also sign this work order, in token of it’s
acceptance.
All orders recorded in these work order book, shall be deemed to have been served on the
Contractor. On completion of the work all the work order books may be handed over to the
Executive Engineer.
In the event of refusal of the Contractor’s representative on the sport to sign the work order
book, Engineer-in-Charge shall take the necessary further steps in respect of further
communication and control, modification or stoppage of work as deemed fit at the entire
responsibility of the Contractor.
9.17 Category of contract
Present Contract shall be treated as ‘ Works Contract’ for all purposes.
The contract shall in all respects be constructed and operated as a contract as defined in the
Indian Contract Act 1872 and all payments thereunder shall be made in Rupees.
9.18 Contract Documents and Matters to be treated Confidential
All documents, correspondence, decisions and orders concerning the contracts shall be
considered as confidential or restricted in nature by the Contractor and he shall not divulge or
allow access to them by any unauthorised person
9.19 Purpose of Drawings and Specifications and Conformation thereto and Errors,
Omissions, Discrepancies etc.
The contract drawings read together with the contract specifications are intended to show and
explain the manner of executing the work and to indicate the type of class of material to be
used. The work shall be carried out in accordance with the directions of Engineer-in-Charge
and in accordance with the drawings and specifications which form part of the contract and in
accordance with such further drawings, details and instructions as may from time to time be
given by the Engineer-in-Charge.
It shall be the responsibility of the Contractor to promptly bring to the notice of the Engineer
any error or discrepancies in the contract documents and obtain his orders thereon.
In case of errors, omissions and /or disagreement between written and scaled dimensions on
the drawings or between the drawings and specifications, the following orders of preference
shall apply.
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- Between actual scaled and written dimensions or description on drawings and


corresponding one in the specification, the latter shall be adopted.
-Between the quantities in schedule of quantities and those arrived at from the drawings, the
former shall apply.
- Between the written description of the item in the schedule of quantities and the detailed
specifications of the same item, the latter shall be adopted.
The information in connection with the works and work site as well as specifications are
contained in this book of contract in general and in particular in two parts, viz special
conditions and specifications for item of work. In case of any discrepancy or repugnancy in
the clauses in these sections, the specifications will prevail over special conditions.
The special conditions of contract and the specifications shall prevail over various clauses
of B-1 tender form.
In all cases of omissions and /or doubts or discrepancies, in the dimensions or description of
any item, a reference shall be made to the Engineer-in-Charge whose elucidation, elaboration
or decision shall be considered as authentic and final subject of the clause 30 of B-1 form.
The Contractor shall be held responsible for any errors that may occur in the work through
lack of such reference.
9.20. Errors, Omissions, Discrepancies.
(a) In case of error, omission and/or disagreement between and scaled dimensions on the
drawings or between the drawings and specifications, the following orders or preference shall
apply.
* Between actual scaled and written dimensions or description on drawing and
corresponding one in the specification, the latter shall be adopted.
* Between the quantities in the schedule of the quantities and those arrived at from the
drawings, the former shall apply.
* Between the description of the item in the schedule of the quantities and the detailed
specifications of the same item the later shall be adopted.

(b) The information in connection with the work and work site as well as specification are
contained in this book of contract in general and in particular in two parts viz. special
condition and specification for item of work. In case of any discrepancy or repugnancy
in the clauses in these sections the specifications will prevail over special condition.

(c) The special condition of contract and the specification shall prevail over various clauses
of B-1 tender form.
(d) In all cases on omissions and/or doubts or discrepancies in the dimensions or description
of any item, reference shall be made to the Engineer-in-charge whose elucidation,
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elaboration or decision shall be considered as authentic and final subject to the clause 30
of B-1 form. The contractor shall be held responsible for any error that may occur in the
work through lack of such reference and precaution.
9.21 Modifications
The Executive Engineer may order modifications at any time before the completion of the
work. For all modifications, the Executive Engineer will issue revised plans or written
instructions or both and no modifications shall be made unless so authorised. It should be
made amply clear that some of the dimensions will be finalised only after model experiments

9.22 Signed Drawings, No Authority to the Contractor


Signed drawings alone shall not be deemed to be an order for work unless it is entered in the
agreement or schedule or drawings under proper attestation of the Contractor and the
Engineer or unless it has been sent to the Contractor by the Engineer with a covering letter
confirming that the drawings is an authority for work in the contract.

9.23 Contract Drawings , Specifications, Supply to the Contractor


On acceptance of the tender , three sets of contract drawings and working drawings as well as
one certified copy of the accepted tender will be supplied to the Contractor free of Charge
within one week. On request by the Contractor and at the discretion of Engineer-in-Charge,
the Contractor may be supplied additional copies of contract documents to be charged at the
rate of Rs.1500/- (Rs.One thousand five hundred only) per set.
The drawings which form part of this contract show the works to be done in such details as
possible to do for the present. They will be supplemented or superseded by such additional
detailed drawings as may be necessary as the work progresses. The Contractor shall carry out
the work in accordance with these additional and/or revised drawings as the case may be at
the applicable rates as per the contract. The Contractor shall be supplied a maximum number
of three copies of each of the such working drawings free of Charge. Should the Contractor
require any additional copy for his use, the same may be supplied at the discretion of
Engineer-in-Charge and the Contractor will be charged Rs.500/- per set of contract drawings;
and Rs. 100/- for each of such additional copy of each drawing.
The Contractor shall check all drawings carefully and intimate the Engineer-in-Charge
immediately any errors or omissions discovered. The Contractor shall not take advantage of
any kind of errors or omissions in the drawings supplied.
9.24 Reference to Standard Specifications
The specifications of the work as enclosed with this contract document are drawn with a
specific reference to site conditions and do not every where include the details of the standard
tests ad procedures which are already laid down and available in the current Indian Standard
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Specifications. Wherever such details are not specified in this contract, the provision under
current Indian Standard Specifications and/or the Standard Specifications (1970) of the
Government of Maharashtra shall be deemed to be applicable.
9.25 Departure from Technical Specifications
Should the Tenderer wish to depart from the provisions of the Technical Specifications, he
shall clearly mention such departures under Appendix - IA and Appendix - IB enclosed
giving his reasons therefore. Unless this is done, the plant offered shall be deemed to comply
in every respect with this specification and all the terms and conditions of the specifications
shall apply in to.
9.26 Field Office Records
The Contractor shall maintain at his site office uptodate copies of all drawings, specifications
and other contract documents and any other supplementary data complete with all the latest
revision thereof. The Contractor shall also maintain in addition, the continuous record of all
changes to the above contract documents, drawings, specifications, supplementary data, etc.
erected at the field and on completion of his total assignment under the contract shall
incorporate all such changes on the drawings and other engineering data to indicate as
installed, conditions of the equipment furnished and erected under the contract. Such
drawings and engineering data shall be submitted to the Engineer in required number of
copies.
9.27 Time schedule for supply and Erection
Time schedule for supply and erection of work under this contract shall be as follows. The
delay in work from this schedule will attract the provisions of ‘compensation for delay’ vide
clause 2 of printed B-1Tender Form.
Time Schedule
Sr. Particulars of work Period of work
No.

1 Supply, erection, testing and commissioning 6 months


of 33 KV line for Rajegaonkati Lift
Irrigation Scheme.

Tenderer shall fill up work program in Appendix - IB

9.28 ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITY


This contract will before supply installation at site, testing and commissioning of
33/6.6 KV second bay and other allied essential equipment. The contractors expected to

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play a full role in taking responsibility for the proper co-ordination between various
manufacturers.
9.29 Work Programme
Work and progress Schedule
The time schedule programme is given in Appendix -IB based on which physical programme
is prepared. If the tenderer does not agree with this program, he shall submit his own
programme without changing total period of tender along with tender documents with
sufficient time span for the activities to be carried out and with the best sequence.
In case, it is found necessary to alter this programme agreed in contract document, including
the changes in the sequence of the items, the Contractor shall submit in good time a revised
program incorporating necessary modifications proposed.
The Contractor shall give a detailed work programme within 14 days of the notice to proceed
with the work. This program will include manufacture of equipment, testing of the
equipment at factory, transporting of the equipment to site installation of the equipment pre-
commissioning of the equipment, test for guaranteed performance, etc. Such programme shall
be finalised in consultation with Engineer with due consideration of other works in progress.
Additional detailed programme if required for each quarter of the year shall be submitted to
the Engineer-in-Charge and got approved. The Engineer-in-Charge is further empowered to
ask for more detailed programme, say week by week for any items of special importance, and
Contractor shall supply the same as and when asked for without delay.
The submission of the works programme and approval to it by the Engineer-in-Charge shall
not relieve the Contractor of any of his duties or responsibilities under the Contract, like
timely completion, the damages due to flood or other natural calamities, etc. The Contractor
shall not be entitled for any claims for any damages caused, due to particular works
programme, It is the entire responsibility of the Contractor to frame the programme after
anticipating the rains, floods etc. Actual work turned out shall be mainly taken into account
and not just the sum total of the various payment made to the Contractor. The advance on the
material brought to the site for work will be accounted for while arriving at the progress
achieved by the Contractor in terms of proportion of the total work tendered for.
9.30 REFERENCE WORKS AND BENCH MARKS :
The basic centre lines, reference points and bench marks will be fixed by the Engineer-in-
Charge. The Contractor shall establish at his cost, suitable points , additional reference lines
and bench marks as may be necessary. The Contractor shall remain responsible for the
sufficiency and accuracy of all his bench marks and reference marks. He shall take
precautions to see that the reference lines or points and bench marks fixed by the Corporation
are not disturbed by his work and shall make good the damage if any at his cost.

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9.31 PASSING OF FOUNDATIONS ETC.:


After the completion of the work of erection of equipment and before finally grouting the
foundation all levels ands alignments will be checked and passed by the Executive Engineer.
No concrete grouting shall be laid unless the foundation is so passed. No concreting shall
commence unless the centering and the reinforcement is checked and passed by the Engineer-
in-Charge.
9.32 COMMUNICATIIONS AND NOTICES BY CONTRACTOR :
All communications and / or notices pertaining to works and concerning matters, such as
passing and approving of foundation, equipment, construction, drawing , measurements,
mark-outs, etc. shall not be addressed by the Contractor to an officer below the rank of Sub-
Divisional Officer. All such notices communications etc. shall be addressed in good time so
as not to hold up the work.
9.33 SETTING OUT WORKS :
The Contractor shall be responsible for the correct setting out of all works at his cost. The
Contractor shall execute the work true to alignment, grade and levels as shown in the drawing
and as directed by the Engineer and shall check these at frequent intervals. The Contractor
shall provide free of cost, all facilities like labour, instruments, etc. and all operation to the
Engineer, to check all dimensions, alignments, grades and levels. This shall not absolve the
Contractor of his own responsibility of maintaining the accuracy of the work.
9.34 ACCURACY OF LINES, LEVELS AND GRADES
The Contractor shall be responsible for the true and proper setting out of the work and for the
correctness of the position, levels, dimension, alignment of all parts of the work and for the
provisions of all necessary instruments, appliances and labour in connection with this.
For the purpose of setting out, one permanent bench mark shall be established by the
Corporation near the site, the value of which shall be given to the Contractor by the Engineer-
in-Charge on demand by the Contractor. Similarly the reference line in the form of centre
line of junction wall and of some other components, if found by the Engineer-in-Charge for
complete setting out of the structure shall be given. All the setting out shall be with reference
to this bench mark and reference line.
If at any time during the progress of works, the error shall appear or arise in the position,
level, dimension or alignment of any part of the work, the Contractor shall rectify such error
to the satisfaction of Engineer-in-Charge without any extra cost to the Corporation.
The periodical checking of these by Corporation staff shall not absolve the Contractor of his
responsibility regarding accuracy. In case of deviation, the Contractor shall make good to the
discrepancy at his own cost and without any compensation for the additional work involved.
Wherever such discrepancies, if any, are found to arise between the works of different
Contractors at the junction of their works, the relative liability to set right their respective
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discrepancies shall be fixed by the Engineer-in-Charge, whose decision shall be final and
binding on the Contractors concerned. The Engineer-in-Charge shall further have the
unquestioned right to rectify the discrepancies and recover the costs from the Contractor or
Contractors according to proportions as he may consider reasonable.
It is the responsibility of Contractor to preserve the benchmark and the reference points
established for setting out.
9.35 NON-COMPLIANCE OF CONTRACT CONDITIONS:
If the Contractor shall neglect or fail to proceed with the workers, with due diligence or he
violates any of the provisions of the contract, the Engineer-in-Charge may give notice to the
Contractor, identifying deficiencies in performance and demanding corrective action. The
Engineer-in-Charge, shall also clearly state in the notice the nature of action that shall be
taken, if Contractor fails to fulfill by necessary corrective action.
Depending on nature of default the Engineer-in-Charge at his discretion, shall have two
options, regarding action to be taken in case of default by Contractor. He shall withhold any
of the payment due to the Contractor or shall terminate the contract in whole or in part. But
Engineer-in-Charge shall, clearly mention in his notice, the action that shall be taken if the
Contractor fails to take the corrective action. The period of 14 days shall be given to the
Contractor to take such corrective action after the issue of such notice.
No claims for compensation of any sort, from Contractor will be entertained for withholding
the bills indefinitely till specified requirements are complied with by the Contractor.
After the issue of the notice about default by the Contractor, the Contractor shall not remove,
from the site any plant, equipment and materials. The Corporation shall have a lien on all
such plants, equipments and materials, from the date of such notice, till deficiencies have
been corrected.
9.36 SUPPLY OF MATERIALS BY THE CORPORATION:
(NOT APPLICABLE)
The quantities of the materials to be supplied by the Corporation shown in schedule ‘A’ are
approximate. The quantities actually required for the works and reasonable requirements for
all preliminary and ancillary works incidental to the main work will be supplied by the
Corporation as per stipulation in the Schedule ‘A’
The Contractor shall be responsible for all transport and storage of materials from the place
of issue and shall bear all the related costs. The Engineer shall be entitled at any time to
inspect or examine all such materials and the Contractor shall provide access and all
necessary assistance as may be required.

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All material issued to the Contractor and not used on the works shall remain the property of
the Corporation. The Contractor shall not remove such materials from the site, without prior
written approval of the Engineer.
The Contractor shall place firm indents for his monthly requirements for these materials at
least 3 months in advance.
The Contractor shall keep accurate record of Corporation materials used on the work in
suitable manner, Whenever such materials issued to the Contractor are excess of the
requirement, the Contractor shall return such surplus materials to the place of issue at his
cost. The materials returned by the Contractor shall be credited to him at the rates at which
these were originally issued less any deterioration or damage which may have caused the said
materials while in the custody of Contractor. If on completion of work, any other liability
which the contractor will incur as result of his failure to Contractor fails to return the
materials , the ,Engineer may in addition to return these materials by a written notice to the
Contractor may Charge him for such surplus materials not returned at double the issue rate.

9.37 ESSENTIALITY CERTIFICATE :


For procurement of materials, where requested by the Contractor, Corporation will provide an
essentiality certificate for the same. This will, however, not be considered as a condition for
not adhering to the delivery Schedule as agreed to in the tender.

9.38 TOOLS AND PLANT FOR ERECTION, TESTING ETC :


The Contractor shall provide all types of tools, lifting tackles, erection appliances or any
machine that may be required for installation of the complete equipment under this contract.
The equipment required for handling and erection work such as mobile crane, compressors,
etc. If available with the Corporation at the site of work, will be made available to the
Contractor on hire basis. The hire charges shall be charged at the prevailing rates and as per
rules of the Corporation.
The Contractor shall execute the agreement bond as prescribed by the Corporation, and shall
agree to the specific rates of hire and supervision charges in force on the day of transaction in
writing before machinery is taken out of the Corporation’s yard by him.
The Contractor shall pay irrevocable bank guarantee for a value equal to 25% of the cost of
the similar new machinery for a period equal to period of hire plus three months.
The machinery shall be entirely in the custody of the Corporation. It shall be issued to the
Contractor at the yard where it is stationed. The machinery will not be allowed to leave the
work area on any account. All machinery so hired will be entirely operated and maintained
by the Corporation in consideration of the hire charges to be paid by the Contractor.

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If any equipment is to be used in excess of 8 (eight) hours per day, permission of the
Engineer-in-Charge shall be obtained in advance.
Reckoning of working hours will start from the time the machinery leaves Corporation yard,
where it has to return daily and in other cases, when the machinery actually starts working.
Closing time of working will be when it returns to the Corporation yard or actually ceases
working for the day, respectively.
Log books shall be maintained by the Engineer or his authorized representative for each place
of equipment in, the form laid down by the Engineer. The Contractor or his duty authorized
agent shall verify and sign in the log book or on the machinery duly slip in lieu thereof, daily.
If the Contractors representative fails to sign the log book, the entries made by the
Corporation representative shall be binding on the Contractor. Any compliant or
representation regarding the recorded working hours must be submitted in writing within 24
hours of the close, of the shift. The Engineer’s decision regarding such disputes pertaining to
working hours shall be final and binding on the Contractor. Complaints or representations
made after lapse of 24 (Twenty Four) hours limit shall not be considered. The log books
shall form the basis for raising debits against the Contractor.

All expenses in respect of oil, fuel, grease, cotton waste etc, shall be borne by the
Corporation. Crew for operating the equipment shall be provided by the Corporation. All
minor and major repairs shall be carried out by the Corporation to keep the equipment in
working condition. However, in case of any breakage, damages, slips etc which may occur
due to the negligence of Contractor’s labor, equipment or staff or by reason, for which
Corporation personnel are not responsible, the cost of such damages shall be recovered from
the Contractor. The decision regarding fixing of responsibility for any damages shall rest
with the Engineer-in-Charge and decision given by him shall be binding on the Contractor.
Equipment shall be given on hire only when these can be spared. No claim on account of
sickness or non availability of machinery shall be entertained.
In case of damage to the equipment during haulage to site of work from Corporation stores or
servicing yard, full cost of repairs shall be recovered from the Contractor when damage is due
to rough handling. The damage to trucks/tippers due to bad haulage roads will also be
recovered from the Contractor Decision of the Engineer-in-Charge regarding cost of repairs
and cause of damage shall be final and binding on the Contractor.
A truck, tipper, tanker and any other equipment may be hired for a single day at a time and
the minimum charges to be levied will be 8(eight) hours when mileage is not applicable.
Machinery shall not be hired for less than a day time an minimum charges for hire will be
that for four hours per day.

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9.39 LIABILITY FOR DEFECTS:


The Contractor shall be responsible to make good at his own expenses including labour,
material, transport, replacement, dismantling, re-erection etc, any defects which may develop
or may be noticed before the expiry of Twelve months from the certified date of completion
and which is attributable to the Contractor in the opinion of the Engineer-in-Charge. All
notices of such defects shall be given to the Contractor promptly. In case the Contractor fails
to make goods such defects, all expenses consequent thereof and incidental thereto shall be
borne by the Contractor.
In the event of Contractor commissioning a portion of work, the liability of the Contractor
under this clause for those portions shall extend for a period of 12 Twelve months from the
actual dates on which such portion of the works are commissioned.
9.40 HANDING OVER OF WORK
The contractor has to carry out the work under the supervision of site in charge and also
under the supervision of MSEDCL .After completion of total work is to be handed over to
MSEDCL in consultation and directives of Engineer in charge . It is the responsibility of
contractor to complete all handing over formalities and carry out all such work to satisfaction
of MSEDCL till handing over to them. All the work and materials, before finally taken over
by MSEDCL will be the entire liability of the Contractor for guarding, maintaining and
making good any damages of any magnitude. Interim payments made for such work will not
alter this position. The handing over by the Contractor and taking over by the MSEDCL or
his authorised representative will be always in writing of which copies will go to the
Executive Engineer and MSEDCL or his authorized representative and the Contractor. It is
however, understood that before taking over such work, MSEDCL will not put it into regular
use as distinct from casual or incidental one, except as specifically mentioned elsewhere or as
mutually agreed to.
(a) Work of construction and erection of 33Kv transmission line after
commissioning will be handed over to MSEDCL. Handing over of the works to the
concern authority of MSEDCL will be the responsibility of contractor.
(b) Subletting of work shall be only with prior approval/permission of the
Engineer-in-charge, such permission shall not absolve the contractor from contractual
obligations.
(c) The charges towards supervision of work by MSEDCL will be borne by the
contractor.
9.41 LIABILITY FOR ACCIDENTS TO PERSONS:
It shall be Contractor’s responsibility to protect against accidents on the work site. He shall
indemnify the Corporation against any claims for damage to the property, injury to workers
or any others persons, deaths etc .On the occurrence of an accident resulting in death or
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which is so serious as to be likely to result in death, the Contractor shall within 24 hours,
report in writing to the Engineer-in-Charge, the facts stating clearly about the circumstances’
in which accident has occurred and the subsequent action taken. Other minor accidents
causing minor injuries and loss to property should be communicated in writing, promptly to
the Engineer-in-Charge. In all cases the Contractor shall indemnify the Corporation against
all losses or damage we resulting directly or indirectly from the Contractor’s failure to report
in the manner aforesaid. This includes penalties or fines if any, payable by the Corporation
as a consequence of failure to give notice under the Workmen’s Compensation Act or failure
to conform to the provisions of the said Act in regard to such accidents.
In the event of accident in respect of which compensation may become payable under the
Workmen’s Compensation Act VIII of 1923 including all subsequent modifications thereof,
Engineer-in-Charge may retain the sums of money as may in the opinion of Engineer-in-
Charge be sufficient to meet such liability out of the amounts payable to the Contractor.
These sums shall be recovered from the immediate payment due to the Contractor in one
installment or in more than one installment. The decision of the Engineer-in-Charge
regarding this shall be final and binding on the Contractor. On receipt of award from the
Labour Commissioner, the balance amount shall be reimbursed to or recovered from the
Contractor. It should be noted that though the Corporation is a Principal employer, the
complete responsibility of compensation shall be on the Contractor.
9.42 FIRE EXTINGUISHERS AND HOSES:
The Contractor’s agent shall inspect the entire site including storage areas for fire hazards, if
any, and furnish and maintain fully charged fire extinguishers of the appropriate type,
supplemented with temporary fire hoses wherever an adequate water supply exists at the
places where burning, welding or other operations that may cause a fire, are being performed.
9.43 PROTECTION OF ADJOINING PREMISES
The Contractor shall protect the adjoining site against structural, decorative and other
damages that could be caused by the execution of these works and make good at his cost any
such damage.
9.44 UNFAVOURABLE WORKING CONDITIONS
The Contractor shall confine all his field operations to those works which can be performed
without subjecting the; equipment and materials to adverse effects, during inclement weather
conditions like Monsoon, storms etc and during other unfavorable construction conditions.
No field activities shall be performed by the Contractor under conditions which might
adversely affect quality and efficiency thereof, unless special precautions or measures are
taken by the Contractor in a proper and satisfactory manner in the performance of such works
and with the concurrence of the Engineer Such unfavorable construction condition wi8ll in no
way relieve the Contractor of his responsibility to perform the works as per the schedule.
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9,45 OTHER CONTRACTORS FOR THE WORK :


Corporation has the right to split-up the project work detailed in the work and Site
Conditions, into district items and this contract shall apply only to those items which shall
have been specified in this contract. Should Corporation enter into contracts with other
Contractors for specified items of the project work, each Contractor shall co-operate with
others to the fullest extent and shall allow others every facility and co-operate for execution
of their works simultaneously and satisfactorily as intended in the designs, specifications and
drawings. Should there be a dispute or disagreement between the Contractors for any cause
whatsoever, the same shall be referred to the Engineer-in-Charge whose decision regarding
the co-ordination, co-operation and facilities to be provided by any of the Contractors to
others shall be final and binding on all parties and such a decision or decisions shall not
vitiate any contract nor absolve the Contractor of his responsibilities under the contract nor
from the grounds for any claim of compensation.
9.46 ACCESS TO SITE AND WORK AND CO-OPERATION WITH
OTHER CONTRACTORS
The Engineer-in-Charge may, if he considers fit, from time to time, enter on any lands which
may be in the possession of the Contractor under the contract for the purpose of executing
any works not included in the contract and may execute such works not included in this
contract by agents or by other Contractors at his option and the Contractor shall in
accordance with the requirements of Engineer-in-Charge afford all reasonable facilities for
execution to the works, including occupation of lands, structures or otherwise to any other
Contractor employed by the Corporation and his workmen or for the workmen of the
Corporation who may be employed in the execution on or near the site of work not included
in the contract, or of any contract in connection with or specially to the works and in default,
the Contractor shall be liable to the Corporation for any delay or expenses incurred by reason
of such default. The Contractor shall not however, on account of any such modified, new or
extra work executed by or for the sake of the Corporation be entitled to claim relief from the
obligation to execute the works. The Contractor shall also co-operate with other Contractors
with all fairness and mutual understanding and use the common facilities like access roads to
quarries, water supply arrangements etc. The Contractor shall also not cause advertently or
inadvertently any obstruction or impediments in the progress of the other works being
executed by Corporation or through other agencies. In the event of dispute regarding the
claim, the responsibility liabilities etc, in respect of such facilities, the decision of the
Engineer-in-Charge shall be final.

In cases where performance of the erection work by the Contractor affects the operation of
the system facilities of the Corporation, such erection work of the Contractor shall be
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scheduled to be performed only in the manner stipulated by the Engineer and the same shall
be acceptable at all time to the Contractor. The Engineer may impose such restrictions on the
facilities provided to the Contractor such as electricity, water etc, as he may think fit in the
interest of the Corporation and the Contractor shall strictly adhere to such restrictions and co-
operate with the Engineer.
The Engineer shall be notified promptly by the Contractor of any defects in the other
Contractor’s work that could affect his own work. The Engineer shall determine the
corrective measures, if any, required to rectify this situation after inspection the works and
such decisions by the Engineer shall be binding on the Contractor.
9.47 CO-ORDINATION WITH OTHER CONTRACTORS
The Contractor should note that there will be other agencies including Corporation, working
in the same area for works other than that included in this contract. The Contractor shall co-
operate with these agencies to the fullest extent and shall allow them reasonable facility and
co-ordination for execution of work, simultaneously and satisfactorily as intended in the
contract conditions, specifications and drawings.
Should there be a dispute or disagreement between the Contractor and other agencies for any
cause whatsoever, the same shall be referenced to the Engineer-in-Charge whose decision
regarding co-ordination and facilities to be provided by all the Contractors to others shall be
final and binding on all parties and such decision shall not vitiate any contract or absolve the
Contractor of his responsibility under the contract, and shall not form ground for any claim or
compensation.
9.48 OTHER WORKMEN
The Engineer shall have full authority to depute workmen on work site to execute other
works not included in the contract. The Contractor shall offer every reasonable facility to
enable such workmen to carry out the other works, provided that such works shall be carried
out in such a manner as not to impede the progress of the works included in the contract.
The Contractor, however, shall not be liable for any damage which may happen to or be
occasioned by such other works provided, he complies with the instructions in connection
therewith and provided that the damage is not caused by the Contractor or his workmen.
9.49 INCOME TAX
Income tax is to be deducted from the sums to be paid to the Contractor for works carried out
at two per cent of the gross amount or at rate revised from time to time and surcharge &
education cess etc on income pay as per prevailing Government orders issued from time to
time.
Income Tax Certificate shall be issued generally within 45 days from the deduction of
Income Tax.

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9.50 SALES TAX AND DUTIES


The rates quoted by the Contractor shall be deemed to be inclusive of Sales Tax and duties on
all the equipments and the material that will have to be purchased for performance on this
contract.
The tendered rates shall be inclusive of all taxes, rates and cess and shall also be inclusive of
the tax leviable in respect of the works contract under the provision of the Maharashtra Sales
Tax (on transfer of property in goods involved in the execution of Works Contract). Act 1985
(Maharashtra Act XIX of 1985) as already mentioned in clause 55 of printed B-1 form.
9.51 SALES TAX CLEARANCE CERTIFICATE
The tenderer should specifically mention the exact amount of Sales Tax and/or Turnover Tax
which will be paid by him to the Govt of Maharashtra in the event of award of this contract to
him. This amount will be considered for the purpose of evaluation of offers. In the event of
award of contract this amount will not be released to the Contractor, until and unless he
produces documentary evidence in support of payment of such amount to Sales Tax
Department.
If the Contractor is a sales Tax Assesses, he should produce a valid Sales Tax Clearance
Certificate from Sales Tax Officer before the payment of the final bill, failing which, final
payment to the Contractor will be withheld.
If the Contractor is not liable to Sales Tax Assessment, a certificate to this effect from the
competent Sales Tax authorities shall be produced before the time of payment of the final bill
failing which the payment of final bill to the Contractor will be withheld.
9.52 TAXES AND DUTIES
The Contractor shall unless otherwise specifically provided in the contract pay all duties,
tolls, octroi duties, quarry fees, royalties and other taxes on all materials and articles that he
may use.
A Certificate to the extent that the equipment being supplied under this order pertains to Lift
Irrigation Scheme of Corporation will be issued by the Corporation.
MVAT Registration Certificate in appropriate Form as issued by Maharashtra State
Sales Tax Act 2005. The MVAT on transfer of property in goods involved in the execution of
works contract ( Re-enacted Act 2005) from sales tax department.
The rates of all the items of execution, commissioning, testing & trial shall be inclusive
of all taxes and levies such as income tax, M.V.A. tax, Excise duty etc. however service
tax will be paid as per scheduled - B to the service tax registered contractor. or as
per prevailing rates.

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9.53 ACCESS TO THE CONTRACTOR’S BOOKS:


Whatever it is considered necessary by the Engineer-in-Charge to ascertain the actual cost of
execution of any particular item of work or supply of plant or material he shall direct the
Contractor to produce the relevant documents, such as pay-rolls, records of personnel,
invoices of materials and any and all other data and documents relevant to the item or
necessary to determine its cost etc, and the Contractor shall when so required furnish
information, pertaining to the aforesaid items in the mode and manner that may be specified.
9.54 BREACHES ON PART OF CORPORATION NOT TO ANNUL CONTRACT:
No breach or non-observance on the part of Corporation of any of the conditions contained
herein shall annul this contract or discharge the Contractor from the observance and
performance thereof, but on application by the Engineer-in-charge, an extension of time may
be given to the Contractor in respect of such breach or non-observance by the Corporation,
which shall be governed by clause 6 of B-2 form.
The Contractor shall not, however, be entitled to consideration or any extension of time for
any item of the work unless the Contractor shall have made an application in writing to the
Engineer-in-Charge within one month of the arising of the cause needing such extension, but
the Engineer-in-Charge may at his discretion, which shall be conclusive, waive the condition
regarding this period of one month.
9.55 OBSERVANCE OF LAWS, LOCAL REGULATIONS, NOTICES AND
ATTACHMENTS:
All local laws in force at the time of entering into the contract and those enacted thereafter
shall be binding on the Contractor and he shall abide by the same .
The Contractor shall conform to all laws of land, regulations and bye-laws of any local
authority. He shall before making any variations from the drawing or specifications, that may
be necessitated for so conforming give the Engineer written notice, specifying the variation
proposed to be made and the reasons for making them and apply for instructions thereon, In
case the Contractor shall not receive such instruction within 7 days from receipt of notice, he
shall proceed with the work conforming to the provisions, regulations or bye-laws in question
and any variation in the drawing or specifications so necessitated shall be dealt with under
respective clause in the tender. The Contractor shall give all notices required by the said acts,
regulations or bye-laws and pay all fees in connections therewith. He shall also ensure that no
attachments are made against materials or works related to the contract. In every case
referred to in this clause, the Contractor shall protect and indemnify Corporation against any
claim or liability arising from or based on the violation of such law, ordinance, regular degree
or attachment by him or by his employees.

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9.56 PATENTS RIGHTS, ETC:


The Contractor shall fully indemnify the Corporation against all actions, suits, claims,
demands, costs, charges and expenses arising from or incurred by reason of any infringement
for any letters, patent designs, trade mark or name, copy right or other protected rights in
respect of any machine, plant, work material, thing or system or method of using, fixing
working or arrangement used or fixed or supplied by the Contractor, but this indemnity shall
not extend or apply to any action, suit, claim demand, cost charges or expenses arising from
or incurred by reason of use of the works or any part thereof otherwise than in the manner or
for a purpose contemplated by the contract. All royalties and other similar payments which
may have to be paid for the use of any such machine, plant, work, material, thing, system or
method as aforesaid (Whether payable in one sum or by installments or otherwise) shall be
covered by the contract price and payable by the Contractor.
In the event of any claim or demand being made or action or suit brought against the
Corporation in respect of any such matter as or matters aforesaid, the Contractor shall be duly
notified thereof, and he shall conduct all negotiations for the settlement of such claims or
demand and such action of suit shall also be conducted by him and as far as the Corporation
shall think proper, to the supervision and control of the Corporation through the officer duly
authorized on behalf of Corporation.
9.57 INSURANCE:
a) The Contractor shall unless otherwise specified by the Engineer, insure the plant and shall
keep it insured against destruction or damage by fire, earthquake, flood, storm under
exposure to weather or through riot, civil commotion, war rebellion, theft etc, for the full
value of the plant and materials until the plant is taken over.
b) The insurance for the equipment shall be effected by the Contractor with Government
Insurance Fund or their authorized insurance company on behalf of the Corporation covering
the risks towards handling transit, storage at site, retransforming upto place of erection,
testing and commissioning of the equipment at site and also for further period of 12 months,
for replacement value of the plant and material. The address of Govt, Insurance fund is as
below:
Director of Insurance, Government Insurance Fund, MHADA Building, Kalangar, Bandra
(East), Mumbai.
The tenderer shall note that Insurance effected through any other company will not be
accepted.
The Contractor shall take the policy in the name of the consignee of the Corporation. The
insurance policy then will be assigned to the Contractor for further operation. The insurance
shall be full and shall cover any loss or damage in accordance with what is said above.

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The damaged materials will be set right or replaced by the Contractor free of cost. The
claims arising out of composite insurance policy shall be dealt with or handled by the
Contractor at his own cost after receipt of preliminary damage/loss intimation given by the
Corporation or damage/loss noticed by the Contractor himself.
c) Third Party Insurance: In addition to above, the Contractor shall indemnify the
Corporation against the loss or damage to the property of the third party and /or injuries to the
third person which may arise out of or in consequences of transport, storage and erection,
testing and commissioning of the goods/equipment.
The amount of third party insurance to be provided shall be as under
FOR CONTRACT VALUE OF
Upto Rs.50 Above Rs.50 Above Rs.100
lakhs lakhs & upto lakhs
Rs.100 lakhs
Per person in case of 1,00,000 2,00,000 3,00,000
fatal disability
Property damage for 5,00,000 10,00,000 25,00,000
occurrence
Total cumulative 5,00,000 10,00,000 25,00,000
during policy period

The terms of special policy for this purpose shall include a provision whereby in the event of
any claim being brought or made against the Corporation in respect of which the Contractor
would be entitled to receive indemnity under the policy the insurer will indemnify the
Corporation against such claims and any cost, charges and expenses in respect thereof.
9.58 SAFETY PROVISIONS:
The Contractor will notify the Engineer of his intention bring on the site any equipment or
any container, with liquid or gaseous fuel or other substance which may create hazard. The
Engineer shall have the right to prescribe the conditions under which such equipment or
container may be handled and used, during the performance of the works and the Contractor
shall strictly adhere to such instructions. The Engineer shall have the right to inspect any
construction plant and to forbid its use, if in his opinion, it is unsafe. No claim due to such
prohibition shall be entertained by the Corporation.
Where it is necessary to provide and/or store petroleum products or petroleum mixtures and
explosives, the Contractor shall be responsible for carrying out such provision and or storage
in accordance with the rules and regulations laid down in petroleum Act 1934 and further

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amendments of Explosive Act 1948 and petroleum and carbide of calcium manual published
by the chief Inspector of Explosives of India. All such storage shall have prior approval of
the Engineer. In case any approvals are necessary from the Chief Inspector of Explosives or
any statutory authorities, the Contractor shall be responsible for obtaining the same.
9.59 ELECTRICAL SAFETY REGULATIONS
In no circumstances will the Contractor interfere with fuses and electrical equipment
belonging to the Corporation or other Contractors. Before the Contractor connects any
electrical appliances to any plug or socket belonging to the other Contractor or Corporation
he shall:-
Satisfy the Engineer that the appliance is in good working condition
Inform the Engineer of the maximum current rating, voltage and phases of the appliances.
Obtain permission of the Engineer detailing of sockets to which the appliances may be
connected.
The Engineer will not grant permission to connect until he is satisfied that
The appliance is in good condition and is fitted with a suitable plug.
The appliance is fitted with a suitable cable having two earth conductors. One of which shall
be an earthed metal sheath surrounding the cores.
No electric cable in use by the Contractor/ Corporation will be disturbed without prior
permission. No weight of any description will be imposed on any such cable and no ladder of
similar equipment will rest against or be attached to it.
No work will be carried out on any live equipment. The equipment must be made safe and a
permit to work is issued by the Engineer before any work is carried out.
The Contractor shall employ the necessary number of qualified, full time electricians to
maintain his temporary electrical installation.
The Contractor shall comply with the provision of the Indian Electricity Rules and Indian
Electricity Acts in force in respect of electrical installations. The Contractor shall at his own
expense arrange for the safety in his operations as required including the provisions of the
safety code published by the Central Water Commission, New Delhi (latest edition). In case
the Contractor fails to make such arrangements, the Engineer shall be entitled to cause them
to be provided and to recover the cost thereof from the Contractor.
All the connections made shall be got checked from authorized Electrical Inspector
& a certificate shall be obtained prior to submission of the bill.
9.60 (a) Terms of payment
The mode of payment to the contractor for the works to be executed shall be
as per detailed below:
(i) 70% of that item in Schedule-B will be released after receipt of material at site

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(ii) 20% of that item in Schedule –B after erection.


(iii) Remaining 10% after successful - testing and commissioning of Installation.
(b) Bill and Payments:
Interim payments made commissioning and satisfactory performance will be treated
as advance payments. A normally one R.A. Bill will be paid to the contractor in a month.
However depending on delivery, frequency of payment of bill may be altered. A bill shall be
submitted by the contractor each month on or before fifth day of the month for all works
executed in the previous month and the Engineer-in-charge shall take or cause to be taken
the requisite measurement for the purpose having the same verified and then payment will be
made. Inrespect of items such as spares/maintenance tools and tackles the payment will be
made only for the entire work is completed and spares/maintenance tool & tackles supplied.
The format of running bill on which the bills are to be submitted by the Contractor will be
supplied to the Contractor by the Corporation. Printed copies of the bill forms as per this
format shall be arranged by the Contractor at his cost. The bills in five copies shall be
submitted to the concerned Executive Engineer in the standard proforma only. The payment
of bills shall be made subject to the availability of funds, no claim shall be entertained for any
delay in payment of bills.
SECURITY DEPOSIT.
The Security deposit accumulated from deductions from the running account bill may from
time to time and at any time on application by and at the cost of the Contractor, be converted
into interest bearing Corporation securities, approved by and in the name of the Corporation
Should the market value of the securities fail, for any reason whatsoever below that specified,
the Contractor shall make good the same in cash or as may otherwise be acceptable whenever
called upon to do so or to replace the security by other acceptable to the Engineer-In-Charge.
The Contractor shall bear all charges for commission and brokerage incidental to the
purchase, safe custody, withdrawal and collection of interest on these securities.
9.62 NO INTEREST ON MONEY DUE TO THE CONTRACTOR.
No omission by the Engineer to pay the amount due upon measurements or otherwise shall
vitiate or make void the contract nor shall the Contractor be entitled to interest on any
guarantee bond or payment in arrears nor on any balance which may on the final settlement
of his account be found due to him.
9.63 EXTRA ITEMS:
Extra items of work shall not vitiate the contract. The Contractor shall be bound to execute
extra item of work as directed by the Engineer-In-Charge. The rates of extra items will be
governed by the provisions of clause 14 and 30 of conditions of contract. The escalation is
payable for extra items.

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9.64 PRICE VARIATION CLAUSE : (NOT APPLICABLE)


9.65 RELEASE OF CLAIMS:
After completion of work and prior to final payment, the Contractor shall furnish to the
Engineer a certificate for release of claims against the Corporation arising out of the contract,
other that claims specifically identified, evaluated and exempted from the operation of the
release by the Contractor.
9.66 CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION OF WORK
As soon as work is completed, the Contractor shall give notice of such completion to the
Engineer. Within three months of receipt such notice, the Engineer shall furnish the
Contractor with a certificate of completion or otherwise.
9.67 COMPLETION DRAWINGS
The Contractor shall furnish to the Engineer before the works are taken over by the
Corporation, the drawings of the works as completed, in sufficient details to enable the
Corporation staff to maintain, dismantle, reassemble and adjust all the parts of the works. In
addition the Contractor shall furnish reproducible tracings of the above completion drawings.
The works shall not be considered to be completed for the purpose of taking over by the
Corporation until such instructions and drawings have been supplied to the Corporation.
9.68 CONTRACTOR DYING, BECOMING INSOLVENT, BANKRUPT, INSANE
OR IMPRISONED.
In the event of the death, insanity, insolvency, imprisonment of the Contractor or where the
Contractor being a partnership firm becomes dissolved or a Contractor goes into liquidation,
the contract may be terminated by notice in writing pasted at the site of the works and
advertised in one issues of the local newspaper. All acceptable works shall be paid for after
recovering all the Contractor’s dues to Corporation there from, at appropriate rates to the
person or persons entitled to receive and give a discharge for the payment.
If the Contractor becomes bankrupt or has receiving order made against him or compound
with his creditor or being a Corporation commences to be wound up not being a voluntary
winding up for the purpose only of amalgamation or reconstruction to carry on its business
under receiver for the benefit of the creditors or any of them the Corporation shall be at
liberty.
a) To give such liquidator, receiver 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 upto an amount to be determined by the Corporation.
OR

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b) To terminate the contract forthwith by notice in writing to the Contractor or to the


liquidator or to any person in whom the contract becomes vetted and to act in the manner as
provided as the clause nos 3 and 4 of the B-1 tender.
If the Contractor shall die or commit any act of bankruptcy or being a Corporation
commences winding up except for reconstruction purposes or carry on its business under a
receiver, the executors, successors or other representatives in law of the estate of the
Contractor or any such receiver, liquidator or any person whom the contract may become
vested, shall forthwith give notice thereof in writing to the Corporation and shall for one
month, during which he shall take all reasonable steps to prevent a stoppage of work , have
the option of carrying out this contract subject to his or their providing such guarantee as may
be required by the Corporation, but not exceeding value of the work for the time being
remaining unexecuted. In the event of stoppage of work, the period of the option not
exercised, the contract may be terminated by Corporation by a notice in writing to Contractor
or his successor. The power and provisions reserved by Corporation in this contract of taking
of the work out of the Contractor’s hand shall immediately become operative. Copy of such
notice shall be pasted on work site and advertised in newspaper.
9.69 PERSONNEL OF THE CONTRACTOR.
The Contractor shall at all times, maintain on the work, a staff of duly qualified engineers and
supervisors of sufficient experience of similar other jobs to assure that the quality of work
turned out shall be as intended in the specifications. The Contractor shall also maintain at the
work, a Works Manager of sufficient status, experience and office and duly authorise him to
deal with all aspects of the day to day work. All communications and commitments by this
Works Manager shall be absolutely binding on the Contractor.
The Contractor shall supply to the Engineer-in-Charge details of names, qualifications and
experience in regards to all supervisory staff employed by the Contractor and notify changes
when made and satisfy the Engineer-in-Charge regarding the quality and sufficiency to staff
thus employed.
The Engineer-in-Charge will have the unquestionable right to ask for changes in the quality
and number of Contractor’s staff. The Contractor shall on the written directives as the
Engineer-In-Charge, remove from the works any person employed thereon, who may in the
opinion of the Engineer-in-Charge be incompetent or has misconducted himself. Such person
shall not be employed again, on the work, without the written permission of the Engineer-In-
Charge.
9.70 UNDERTAKING UNDER CONTRACT LABOUR ACT:
The Contractor shall furnish the undertaking towards implementation of Contract Labour Act
as given in Appendix –F .

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9.71 PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE WORKS


The Contractor will not be allowed to take photographs showing field work or the general
location of the work. The Engineer, may however, at his discretion, allow a few construction
photographs to be taken for the purpose of the Contractor’s record. Prior approval of the
Engineer-in-Charge should be obtained in such cases and also in case such photographs are to
be exhibited in public literature and calendars etc. in all such cases, negatives of the photos
shall be submitted to the Engineer, after taking approved number of copies and the negative
will become the absolute property of the Corporation.
9.72 THE CONTRACTOR TO SUPPLY AND BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE
SUFFICIENCEY OF THE MEANS EMPLOYED.
The Contractor shall supply and take upon himself the entire responsibility of the sufficiency
of the tools, lifting tackles, handling equipment, machinery, implements and generally of all
the means irrespective of whether such means may or may not have been approved of or
recommended by the Engineer-in-Charge and the Contractor must accept all risks of
accidents or damages from whatever cause they may arise, until the completion of this
contract.
9.73 COVERING OF WORK
The Contractor shall give not less than seven days notice in writing to the Engineer-in-Charge
of the work which is proposed to be covered up or placed beyond the reach of measurements
so that the measurements may be taken before the work is covered up or placed beyond the
reach of measurements. No work shall be covered up or placed beyond the reach of
measurements, before ensuring that the measurements of work to be covered up are recorded.
Any work covered up or placed beyond the reach of measurements without such notice
having been given or consent obtained, the same shall be uncovered at the Contractor’s
expenses and in default thereof no payment or allowance shall be made for such work or for
materials with which the same was executed.
9.74 QUANTITIES OF WORK
The quantities of work under the various items in the Schedule - B. Schedule of Quantities
and Bid Rates as estimated by the Corporation, have been provided as could be reasonably
anticipated and should be taken as indicative only. The amount of work will depend upon the
actual conditions that will be encountered in the construction and the results of detailed
design which will continue to be refined as more field data and information comes to hand. If
the work is started by the Corporation, the quantities put to tender shall be reduced to the
extent the work is done by the Corporation upto the date of starting the work by the
Contractor. No claims due to reduction in quantity on this will be entertained.

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9.75 SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS


No work shall be done on weekly local holidays or in other Government holidays duly
gazette or on holidays observed by local usage without the prior sanction of the Engineer – in
–Charge. Withholding of such sanction shall not form any grounds for compensation or
extension of time limit.
If on the other hand, the Engineer – in –Charge directs that the work shall be proceeded with
on days and during hours otherwise not permissible under this contract; the Contractor shall
proceed with the works as directed, without in any way violating this contract or forming any
grounds for compensation or claim.
The Contractor shall in the dealing with labour at all times during the period of this contract,
have due regard to local festivals and other customs.
9.76 JURISDICTION OF COURT FOR DISPUTES:
Disputes, if any, arising out of this contract shall be subject to the jurisdiction of the High
Court of Mumbai ,Bench at Nagpur.
9.77 LIMIT OF CONTRACT:
Equipment furnished shall be complete in every respect with all mountings, fittings, fixtures
and standard accessories normally provided with such equipment and / or needed for erection,
completion and safe operation of the equipment as required by applicable National and
International codes though they may not have been specifically mentioned in the detailed
specifications. All similar standard equipment provided, shall be interchangeable with one
another.
9.78 DESIGN CO-ORDINATION:
The Contractor shall be responsible for the selection and design of appropriate equipment to
provide the best co-ordination performance of the entire system. The basic design
requirements and detailed out in item wise specification. The design of various components,
subassemblies and assemblies shall be so done, that it facilitates easy field assembly and
maintenance. All the rotating components shall be so selected that the natural frequency of
the complete unit is not critical at or close to the operating range of the unit.
9.79.1 PLANS, DRAWINGS AND OTHER DATA FOR APPROVAL :
(a) Drawings /Data to be furnished for approval.
The Contractor shall submit within 6 weeks of placement of work order three sets of final
versions of drawings/designs to the Engineer-in-charge for approval.
(b) Any changes in the approved layout will be subject to further approval.
(c) The approval of drawings however will not relieve the contractor from his
responsibility for any errors or omissions under the contract.

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Completion Drawing
On completion of work, the contractor shall furnish to the department , six copies of each of
the as built/ completion drawings along with soft copy of drawings , approved by the
department duly incorporating all corrections and revisions etc. made up to the time till
completion of works, as per actual execution of work.

9.79.2 APPROVAL FROM ELECTRICAL INSPECTOR:


The Contractor is required to get approved the various drawings for the installation or work
covered in the scope from the concerned Electrical Inspector before commencement of the
work. The tenderer is required to get approved the various drawing for the 33 Kv line work
from the concerned Electrical Inspector immediately after receipt of work order.
Subsequently, on completion of work, the entire installation shall be got approved by
the tenderer from the concerned Electrical Inspector for commissioning of the lines and
installations.
9.79.3 Each drawing submitted by the Contractor shall be clearly marked with the name of
the Engineer and the name of the project. If standard catalogue pages are submitted, the
applicable items shall be indicated therein. All titles, noting, markings and writing on the
drawings shall be in English. All dimensions should be in Metric Units.
All manufacturing and fabrication work in connection with the equipment prior to the
approval of the drawings shall be at the Contractor’s risk. The Contractor may make any
changes in the design which are necessary to make the equipment conform to the provisions
and intent of the contract and such changes will again be subjected to the approval by the
Engineer. Approval of Contractors drawings or work by the Engineers shall not relieve the
Contractor of any of the responsibilities and liabilities under the contract.
Subsequently, on completion of erection work the entire installation shall be got
approved by the Contractor from the concerned Electrical Inspector. and obtain the written
permission before charging and commissioning completed installation.
Any charges/official fees etc. required for approval of drawing or installation by
Electrical Inspector shall be borne by the Contractor. It is deemed that all these expenses are
included in his/their tender offer. Any extra payment or reimbursement other than the
provisions of Schedule -B will not be paid by the Corporation.
9.80 QUALITY AND MATERIAL:
The quality of workmanship produced by skilled knowledgeable and experienced
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to the appearance and finish of exposed work. The decision of the Engineer with regard to the
quality and adequacy of workmanship shall be binding on the Contractor.
All materials and equipment incorporated in the work shall be new Equipment not covered by
details requirements in the contract documents shall be of the best commercial quality,
suitable for the purpose intended and approval by the Engineer-in-Charge, prior to use in the
work. The Contractor shall provide proper storage facilities and exercise such measures as
will ensure the preservation of the required quality and fitness of all material and equipment.
The equipment to be supplied under this contract will be only from the makes, acceptable to
the Corporation, as per schedule of acceptable makes for different components as per
Annexure IV. The Contractor should state which make he proposes to supply under this
contract. No makes other than those specified in Annexure - IV of Section X or as approved
MSETCL/Department will be accepted.
Any tender which includes any other make or equivalent make is liable to be treated as non
responsive.
A If it shall appear, that the work has been executed with unsound, imperfect or of an
inferior quality or otherwise not in accordance with the contract documents, the Contractor
shall at his own cost rectify, reform, remove or reconstruct the same , whole or in part as may
be, directed by the Engineer, whether or not, the value of any such work of material shall
have been included in any payment made to the Contractor. The Executive Engineer may, if
he thinks fir, allow such work to be paid at reduced rates and his decision will be final and
binding, provided further that the rates and his decision will be final and binding, provided
further that the rates fixed by the Engineer, be not acceptable to the Contractor, he shall have
the option to replace the defective work or materials with ones in accordance with the
specified standards.
9.81 GAURANTEE PERIOD:
In the event of an emergency, where, in the judgment of the Engineer delay would cause
serious loss or damage, repairs or adjustments 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 Engineer, the Contractor will be notified promptly and he shall assist
wherever possible, to make the necessary corrections. This shall not absolve the Contractors
liability under the terms and conditions of the contract.
The cost of any special or general overhaul rendered necessary during the operation period
due to defects in the plant or defective work carried out by the Contractor shall be borne by
the Contractor.
In the case of these defective parts which are not repairable at site but are essential for the
commercial operation of the equipment, the Contractor and the Engineer shall mutually agree
to a program of replacement or renewal which will minimize interruption to the maximum
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extent in the operation of the equipment. Decision of the Engineer in this respect shall be
final.
At the end of the guarantee period, the Contractor liability ceases except for latent defects in
respect of goods supplied by sub-Contractors to the Contractor. Where a longer guarantee
(more than 12 months ) is provided by the sub-Contractors, the Corporation shall be entitled
to the benefit of such longer guarantee.
9.82 PERFROMANCE GUARANTEE OF THE EQUIPMENTS
The performance guarantee of the equipment under the scope of the contract are detailed
separately in the item wise specifications and in schedule C. These guarantees shall
supplement the general performance guarantee provisions covered under special conditions of
contract.

9.82.A. Should the Engineer consider, if necessary, in order to satisfy himself as to the
quality of work the contract shall at any time during the continuance of the contract dismantle
or dis-assemble any part of work and make such inspection possible to such an extent as the
Engineer may direct and the Contractor shall make good the same at his cost and to the
satisfaction of the Engineer.
9.83 TEST, INSPECTION AND REJECTION OF DEFECTIVE
MATERIALS AND WORKS:
4.00 INSPECTION AND TESTS :-
The Engineer-in-charge or his representative shall have access at all times to the places of
works or sub works or storage where components are being manufactured for use under the
contract, for the purpose of inspection and progress of manufacture and tests on the
equipment to determine that manufacturer is proceeding in accordance with drawings,
specifications / IS .

The tests specified under this clause shall be carried out as per the provision of IS and in
presence of the representatives of the department/MSEDCL as directed by the Engineer in
charge. An advance intimation of not less than 15 days shall be given to the department about
the readiness of the material/sub-assembly / equipment for inspection and testing.
No dispatch of the equipment shall be made unless the test certificates are approved by the
Purchaser subsequent to the inspection made by the representative.
The acceptance of approval of the test certificates of any materials / equipment shall not
absolve the contractor from the responsibility for guaranteed performance.

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Further, Contractor shall not without written authorization, permit entry on site of work of
any person except authorized representative of the Corporation or the Engineer or the
Contractor’s staff and labour directly engaged on and in connection with the work.
The tests and inspections of major items specified in Schedule-B at Contractor’s
Manufacturer’s works or sub-works shall be witnessed by two representatives of the
Department/MSEDCL as directed by the Engineer in-charge. The Contractor will provide the
cost of travel, lodging and boarding of the Inspectors. The travel shall be arranged generally
by Air, 1st class Railway or Car. The Corporation reserves the right to appoint and deploy the
services of the outside agency or any other reputed agency in association with the
Corporation for said purposes; however charges for the services of the outside agency will be
borne by the Corporation. The acceptance of the test shall be entirely with the Engineer or his
authorized representative. Intimation of not less than 15 days shall be given by the suppliers
for this purpose.
The equipment should be dispatched only after the approval of test reports by the Engineer.
in-charge.
9.83. A) The test report of manufacturer’s factory inspector certifying that the equipment is
manufactured as per specifications of the tenderer shall be furnished by the Contractor.
9.83. B) Contractor can not be relieved from the responsibility even if the drawing and
quality are approved by the Engineer-in-Charge for the purpose of guarantee and quality of
equipment / work.
9.84 REGISTRATION AND STATUTORY INSPECTION:
All registration and statutory inspection fees, if any in respect of his work pursuant to this
contract shall be to the account of the Contractor.
However, any registration, statutory inspection fees, lawfully payable under the provision of
any statutory laws and its amendments from time to time during erection in respect of the
plant and equipment ultimately to be owned by the Corporation, shall be borne by the
Corporation, Should any such inspection or registration need to be re- arranged due to the
fault of the Contractor or his Sub-Contractors, the additional fees for such inspection and / or
registration shall be borne by the Contractor.
9.85 INSTRUMENTATION:
In case, it is proposed to have any instrumentation work, the instruments and their accessories
will be procured and installed by the Corporation as per programme framed by the Engineer-
in-Charge. Care should be taken by the Contractor to protect these instruments as well as
their connections during various stages of work. The Contractor shall also extend all facilities
for installation of the instruments shall stand included in the relevant items of tender. No
claim, however shall be entertained due to any delay or obstruction that might be created due
to installation or observation.
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9.86 STANDARD OF ACCEPTANCE OF BENCH TESTS :


The acceptance of performance test for verification of guaranteed technical particulars shall
be governed by relevant IS.
If during the test it is found that the equipment does not meet the required guaranteed
performance, the equipment will be out rightly rejected. The same equipment may be
accepted only after making necessary modification, alterations, and retesting to meet the
guaranteed performance at the Contractor’s cost.
9.87 STANDARD OF ACCEPTANE OF FIELD TESTS:
The acceptance of performance test shall be governed by relevant IS.
If during the test it is found that the transformer and other equipment does not meet the
required guaranteed performance, the equipment will be dismantled, transported to
manufacturers works for modification, alteration, etc. and be transported to site, reassembled,
reinstalled & recommissioned to the satisfaction of the Engineer by the Contractor at his
cost.
9.88 TRANSPORTATION:
9.88.1 The Contractor, wherever applicable, shall after proper painting, pack and crate all
equipment in such a manner as to protect them from damage and deterioration in transit by
road , or rail and during storage at the site till the time of erection. The Contractor shall be
held responsible for all damages due to improper packing. While packing all the materials,
the limitations from the point of view of availability of railway wagons, size and other modes
of transport should be taken into account . The packing and protection should be in
conformity and requirement of Insurance Companies and Transport Agencies.

9.88.2 The Contractor should prepare detailed packing list of all packages and
Containers, bundles and loose material forming each and every consignment dispatched to
site. The Contractor shall further be responsible for making all necessary arrangements for
loading, unloading and other handling , right from his works to the site and also till the
equipment is erected, tested and commissioned. He shall be solely responsible for proper
storage and safe custody of all equipment.
9.88.3 All demurrage, wharfage and other expenses incurred due to delayed clearance of the
material or any other reason shall be borne by the Contractor.
9.88.4 Delivery of goods shall be made by the contractor in accordance with programme to
suit the completion period for the work. The equipment shall not be dispatched until dispatch
instructions are given by the engineer.
9.89 PROTECTION TO PLANT:
All coated surfaces shall be protected against abrasions, impact, discoloration and other
damages. All exposed threaded portions shall be suitably protected with either a metallic or a
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non-metallic protecting device. All ends of all valves & piping and conduits, equipment
connections shall be properly sealed with suitable devices to protect them from damage. The
parts which are likely to get rusted due to exposure to weather should also be properly treated
in a suitable manner.
9.90 PRESERVATIVE SHOP COATING:
9.90.1 All exposed metallic surface subject to corrosion shall be
protected by shop application of suitable coating. All surfaces which will not be easily
accessible after the shop assembly, shall before hand be treated and protected for the life of
the equipment. All surfaces shall be thoroughly cleaned of all mill scale, oxide and other
coating and prepared in the shop. The surfaces those are to be finish painted after installation
or require corrosion protection until installation shall be shop painted with at least two coats
of primer. Transformers and other electrical equipment, if included shall be shop finished
with one or more coats of primer and two coats of high grade resistance enamel. The
finished colours shall be as per manufacturers standards to be selected and specified by the
Engineer.
9.90.2 Shop primer for all steel surfaces shall be selected, after obtaining specific approval of
the Engineer regarding the quality of primer proposed to be applied.
9.90.3 All other steel surfaces which are not to be painted shall be
coated with suitable rust preventive compound subject of the approval of the Engineer.
9.91 MATERIALS HANDLING AND STORAGE :
9.91.1 All the equipment furnished under the contract and arriving at site shall be
promptly received, unloaded and transported in the storage spaces by the Contactor.

9.91.2 Contractor shall be responsible for examining all the shipment and notify the
Engineer immediately of any damage, shortage, discrepancy, etc for the purpose of
Engineer’s information only. The Contractor shall submit to the Engineer every week a report
detailing all the receipts during the week. However , the Contractor shall be solely
responsible for any shortages or damage in transit, handling and or in storage and erection of
the equipment at the site.
9.91.3 The Contractor shall maintain an accurate and exhaustive record detailing out the lose
of all equipment received by him for the purpose of erection and keep such record open for
the inspection of the Engineer at any time.
9.91.4 all equipment shall be handled very carefully to prevent any damage or loss, No bare
wire ropes, slings, etc, shall be used for unloading and /or handling of the equipment without
the specific written permission of the Engineer. The equipment stored shall be property
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equipment from the store shall be moved to the actual location at the appropriate time so as to
avoid damage of such equipment at site.
9.91.5 All electrical panels, control gears, motors and such other devices shall be properly
dried by heating before they are installed and energized. Motor bearings, slip rings,
commutators and other exposed parts shall be protected against moisture ingress and
corrosion during storage and periodically inspected. Heavy rotating parts in assembled
conditions, shall be periodically rotated to prevent corrosion due to prolonged storage.
9.91.6 All the electrical equipment, such as motors, generators, etc. shall be tested for
insulation resistance at least once in three months from the date of receipt till the date of
commissioning and a record of such measured insulation values maintained by the contractor.
Such record shall be open for inspection by the Engineer.
9.91.7 The consumable and other supplies likely to deteriorate due to storage must be
thoroughly protected and stored in a suitable manner to prevent damage or deterioration in
quality by storage.
9.91.8 All the materials stored in the open or dusty location must be covered with suitable
weather proof and flame proof covering material wherever applicable.
9.91.9 The Contractor shall be responsible for making suitable indoor storage facilities to
store all equipment which require indoor storage. Normally all the electrical equipment, such
as motors, control gears, generators, exciters and consumable like electrodes, lubricants, etc.
shall be stored in the closed storage space. The Engineer, in addition, may direct the
Contractor to move certain other materials which in his opinion will require indoor storage, to
indoor storage areas which the Contractor shall strictly comply with.
9.92. CONTRACTOR’S MATERIAL BROUGHT ON THE SITE:
9.92. 1 The Contractor shall bring to site all equipment, components, parts,
materials, including construction equipment, tools & tackles for the purpose of the works
under intimation to the Engineer. All such goods shall, from the time of their being brought,
vest in the engineer, but may not on any account be removed or taken away by the Contractor
or his sub- Contractors without the written permission of the Engineer. The Contractor shall
nevertheless be solely liable and responsible for any loss or destruction thereof and damage
there to.
9.92.2 The Corporation has a lien on such goods for any sum or sums which may at any time
be due or owing to Corporation by the Contractor under, in respect of or by reasons of the
contract. After giving a fifteen (15) days notice in writing of his intention to do so, the
Engineer shall be at liberty to sell and dispose of any such goods in such a manner as he shall
think fit including public auction or private treaty & to apply the proceeds in or towards the
satisfaction of such sum or sums due as aforesaid.

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9.92.3 After the completion of the works, the Contractor shall remove from the site under the
direction of the Engineer the materials such as construction equipment, erection tools and
tackles scaffolding, etc. with the written permission of the Engineer. If the Contractor fails to
remove such materials, within (15) fifteen days of issue of a notice by the Engineer to do so,
than the Engineer shall have the liberty to dispose of such materials and credit the proceeds
there of to the account of the Contractor.
9.93 PROTECTIVE GUARDS:
Suitable guards shall be provided for protection of personnel on all exposed rotating and/or
moving machine parts. All such guards with necessary spaces & accessories shall be designed
for easy installation & removal for maintenance purposes.
9.94 NOISE AND VIBRATION:
The equipment supplied & erected by the tenderer will comply with the best design &
erection practice & its working shall be within permissible noise & vibration levels. The
vibration shall not exceed the limits specified in the relevant standard of American Hydraulic
Institution or B. S. (British standards).
9.95 EQUIPMENT BASES :
A cast iron or welded steel base plate shall be provided for all equipment which is to be
installed on a concrete base unless otherwise agreed to by the Engineer. Each base plate shall
support the unit and its drive assembly and shall be of a neat design with pedestal anchoring
the unit.
9.96 RATING PLATES, NAME PLATES AND LABELS :
Each main and auxiliary item of tower is to have permanently attached to it in a conspicuous
position a rating plate of non-corrosive material upon which is to be engraved an identifying
manufacturer’s name, equipment, type or serial number, together with details of the loading
conditions under which the item of tower in questing has been designed to operate and such
diagram plates as may be required by the Engineer.
9.97 DELETED
9.98 OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS:
The Contractor shall furnish to the Engineer on or before the delivery of the plant to the site
or Corporation store, the operation and maintenance instructions, erection manual,
instructions for conservation of materials stored at site together with the detailed, drawings of
spares and units and other sketches in sufficient derails to enable the Corporation’s staff to
operate the plant in a smooth and trouble free manner and to maintain, dismantle, reassemble
and adjust all the parts or units. The Contractor shall also furnish the maintenance Schedule
for preventative maintenance of plant. The plant shall not be considered as taken over by
Corporation until the operation and maintenance instructions have been supplied to the
Engineer.
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9.99 MAINTENANCE TOOLS AND TACKLES :


The Contractor shall supply with the equipment complete sets of all special tools and tackles
for the erection, assembly, disassembly and maintenance of the equipment as per Schedule B.
However, these tools and tackle shall be separately packed and brought on to site.
9.100 SPARE PARTS:
a) The Contactor will provide a list of spare parts and tools for proper
maintains and operation of machine for a period of five years Following commissioning of
the whole system giving full particulars of the spare parts with the price of each item
separately. The Contractor shall undertake to supply during aforesaid period of five
years, the said spare parts and tools at prevailing list prices.
b) The Contractor shall either have adequate servicing and spare parts
facilities in India in respect of the equipment to be supplied or shall arrange to provide such
facilities simultaneously with supply of the equipment.
c) The Contractor shall undertake to supply the necessary maintenance Equipment and
spare parts at any time during the life of the machine.
d) The Contractor shall warrant that before going out of production of the spare parts
he will give adequate notice to the Corporation so that the latter may order their requirement
of spares in one lot if the Corporation so desires.
e) The Contractor shall further guarantee that if he goes out of production of spare parts
then he will make available the blue prints, drawings of the parts and specifications of
materials at no cost to the Corporation, if and when required in connection with equipment to
enable the Corporation to fabricate or procure spare parts from other sources.
f) The cost of spare parts will not be considered in evaluation tenders un less otherwise
stated in Schedule `B’ and in the specifications.
9.101 ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITY:
The contract will be for supply, erection, testing and commissioning of the entire work and
allied electrical equipment covered under the scope of work. The Contractor is expected to
play a full role in taking responsibly for the proper co –ordination between various
manufacturers.
9.102 ACCIDENT OR INJURY TO WORKMAN :
Corporation shall not be liable for or in respect of any damage or compensation payable at
law in respect of or in consequence of any accident or injury to any workman or other person
in the employment of the Contractor or any of this subcontractors save and except and
accident or injury resulting from any act of default of the Corporation. Contractor shall
indemnify and keep indemnified Purchaser against all Such damages and compensations,
save and except as aforesaid and against all claims, proceedings ,cost, charges and expense

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whatsoever in respect there of or in relation thereto. Contractor shall insure against accident
etc. to workmen provided always that in respect of a person employed
by any of his sub-contractors the Contractor’s obligations to insure as aforesaid under this
clause shall be satisfied it the sub-Contractor shall have insured against the liability in
respect of such persons in such manner that the Corporation is indemnify under the policy
,but the Contractor shall required sub-contractor to produce to the Contractor through
Contractor when require, such policy or policies of insurance and the receipt for the payment
of the current premium.
9.103 TRAINING OF THE PURCHASER’S ENGINEERS:- ( NOT APPLICABLE)
Successful tenderers will be required to grant facilities for training four Engineers to
be nominated by the Corporation for manufacturing, repairs and maintenance of equipments
included in this specifications period of such training shall be minimum seven days and
charges towards lodging and boarding plus to and fro first class train fair from work site to
place of training shall be arranged by the tenderer. The cost is deemed to have been included
in the offer /quoted prices. Training programme will be communicated to Contractor. In case
the Contractor fails to provide training programme a penel recovery at Rs.2500/- per day will
be charged.
9.104 WARRANTY
The supplier shall warrant that the goods supplied and installed under the contract are new,
unused, of the most recent or current models and incorporate all recent improvements in
design and materials unless provided otherwise in the contract. The supplier shall further
warrant that the goods supplied under this contract shall have no defects arising from design
,materials or workmanship.
This Warranty shall remain valid for 12 months after the date of commissioning. Supplier
shall be solely responsible for setting rights the defects in basic design ,manufacture and/or
installation observed during warranty period and execute remedial measures or replace free of
cost the defective goods or its components.
The purchaser shall promptly notify the supplier in Writing of any claim arising under this
warranty .Upon receipt of such notice the supplier shall with all reasonable speed repair of
replace defective goods or parts thereon without cost of the Purchaser.
If the suppler, having been notified, fails testing remedy the defect (S) with in reasonable
period Purchaser may proceed to take such remedial action as may be necessary at the
supplier’s risk & cost and without prejudice to any other rights which the purchaser may
have against a supplier under the contract .

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iv) In the event of an emergency where in the Judgment of the purchaser delay would
cause serious loss or damage repairs or adjustment may be made by the purchaser or third
party chosen by the purchaser without advance notice to the Supplier & the cost of such work
shall be paid supplier, or by the surety. In the event of such action being taken by the
purchaser, the supplier will be notified promptly & he shall assist whenever possible in
making the necessary correction. this shall not relieve the supplier from liability under the
terms and condition of contract .
v) If it become necessary for the supplier to replace or renew any defection portions 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 expiration of the twelve (12) months from date of such
replacement or renewal supplier shall extend the warranty of the plant by corresponding
period during which plant could not be operated due to reason of replacements, repairs,
renewals and testing period thereon if any.
vi) The cost of any special or general, overhaul rendered necessary during the guarantee
period due to defects in the plaint or defective installation work carried out by the supplier or
under his supervision, shall be born by the supplier without extra cost of the purchaser.
vii) The acceptance of equipment by purchaser shall in no way relieve the supplier of his
obligation under this clause.
viii) In case of those defective parts which are not repairable at site but are
essential for commercial operation of equipment, the supplier & the Purchaser shall mutually
agree to a programme of replacement or renewal which minimize interruption in the
operation of the equipment.
ix) The specifications for Electrical works are tentative. On approval of detailed designs
of equipments and components by the competent authorities the specifications are likely to be
changed. The relevant specifications will be binding to the contractor and no extra claims on
this regard will be entertained.
9.105 POWER CHARGES DURING TESTING AND TRIAL:
After completion of construction activity and installation of all electrical equipment.
contractor shall have to given successful testing and trial for operation of the scheme. The
power charges during such testing and trial will be born by Department.

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SECTION - X

GENERAL INFORMATION AND TECHNICAL


SPECIFICATIONS

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SECTION – X
GENERAL INFORMATION AND TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

PROJECT DESCRIPTION
The Rajegaonkati Lift Irrigation Scheme, located in Dist. Gondia, envisages a pump house
with 3 Nos. of vertical turbine pumps of capacity 570 HP each. Each pump is driven by 6.6
KV inductions motor. The pump house is required to be provided power supply at 6.6 kV for
operation of the pump motors being installed under a separate contract. Power supply by
means of single circuit transmission line at 33 kV level will be arranged up to the proposed
outdoor switchyard located at about 60 m. near to the pump house. The power supply at 33
kV is required to be stepped down to 6.6 kV in the switchyard and this power supply at 6.6
kV shall be extended to the pump house by means of 6.6 KV XLPE cables, connected
between L.V. side of the step down transformers in the switchyard and 6.6 kV switchgear
panels inside the pump house. The single circuit transmission line at 33 kV level from
MESDCL Rawanwadi sub station to Rajrgaokati LIS of 11 Km length is to be provided
under this specification .

The scope of these specifications includes the work of Supplying, erecting ,testing ,and
commissioning of 33 Kv line for Rajegaonkati LIS

SERVICE CONDITIONS:

The equipment to be supplied against this specification shall be suitable for


satisfactory continuous operation under the following tropical conditions.

(i) Maximum ambient temperature in oC 46

(ii) Minimum ambient temperature in oC 6.0

(iii) Yearly average temperature in oC 36

(iv) Relative humidity in rainy season 100%

(v) Maximum annual rainfall (in mm) 1400

(vi) Maximum wind velocity (Km/hour) 10.60

(vii) Altitude above mean sea level 252.0 m

(viii) Seismic level (horizontal acceleration) (Zone III as per I.S.)

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DETAILED SCOPE OF WORK:

The scope of work shall comprise of the following:

Completing the work of 'Design, Supply, proper, packing and loading, delivery to site
by road and unloading at site, handling, storage, watch and ward at site erection, testing &
commissioning as per schedule B

2. INFORMATION ABOUT WORK SITE :

1. Location of work : Near village Rajegaon in Tah. &


District Gondia, which is 20 km from
Gondia town on Gondia–Balaghat Road.

2. Nearest Railway Station : Gondia Railway station

3. Roads : Gondia-Balaghat

4. Telephone & Telegram Facility: At Gondia about 20 km from work site.

5. Petrol & Diesel Pumps : At Gondia 20 km from work site

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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION OF 33 kV SINGLE CIRCUIT TRANSMISSION


LINE.
1.00 SCHEME :
For power supply to Rajegaonkati Lift Irrigation Scheme, 33 kV single circuit
transmission line has to be constructed from MSEDCL Rawanwadi sub station to
Rajegaokati LIS .Transmission line will be of approximately 11 Km .

1.1 SCOPE OF WORK :


The work covered under this Specification shall comprise but not limited to the
following
Manufacture, test before dispatch, proper packing, delivery to site including
loading/unloading, insurance till commissioning, storage, watch & ward, erection; testing
,and commissioning of 33 Kv line for Rajegaonkati LIS from Rawanwadi sub station of
MSEDCL.
The tenderer shall submit 5 (five) sets of drawings of materials/ equipments covered in
schedule B for approval. After approval the tenderer has to arrange for inspection and shop
testing of RSJ poles ,ACSR conductors, insulators, suspension and tension hardware’s, super
structures at his own cost.
1.2.0 SUPPLY AND ERECTION OF RSJ POLES :
1) The tenderer has to provide RSJ poles of size 152 x 152 mm, 13mtr long and 100
x 116 mm, 11 mtr long as per Indian Standard 5613 (Part -II / Sect-I)-1976 for 33
Kv line.
2) The RSJ poles shall be erected in excavated pits by using concrete of 1:3:6 ratio.
The concrete foundation shall be extended 450 mm. above the ground level around
the pole at the bottom side.
3) The insertion of pole in concrete from ground level should not be less than 1/6 of
its length. It shall be erected gradually by lifting at a point about one third (1/3) of
its length from top. No bends, cracks shall be caused to poles during transportation,
erection or stringing.
4) Uniform span shall be maintained as for as possible between the consecutive pole
structures. The average span length is to be kept as 60 mtr. (Sixty Mtr.) for 33 Kv
line but it may very as per site conditions specially at roads, railway crossings, river
crossings, crossing of power & communication lines and at sharp turns etc.
5) While constructing a line if a road crossing occurs at mid span, then a pole or DP
shall be placed one side of the road so as to avoid mid span at the road crossing.

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6) While crossing another power line, the lower voltage line shall be underneath. The
lower line shall normally not cross at mid span of the upper Line.
7) While erecting poles on high ground, shorter poles (11m) can be used by keeping
proper ground clearance at the middle of the span. Poles shall normally not be
erected along the edge or cuts or embankments of canals, creeks, and streams etc.
8) At all the places where the new line crossed over roads or another existing line
adequately earthed guard wire mesh below the line shall be provided to avoid
conductor of the new line falling over the areas below, in case of any break. In cases
where the line passes below an existing line, the guard wire mesh shall be provided
above the new line under construction.
9) RSJ poles shall be of self supporting type and shall be designed and erected to
carry the line conductors with necessary insulators, ground wires and all fittings
under all loading conditions. The outline diaphragm of the poles and the fabricated
structural members shall be connected with bolts, nuts and spring washers. No
welded joints are permitted.
All structural members shall be connected with bolts, nuts and spring washers. No
welded joints are permitted.
10) All RSJ poles, structural members, extension, nut bolts, washers, clamps U-
bolts hangers, hardware, shall be fully coated with one coat of red oxide & two
coats of aluminum paints. The steel used for fabrication of RSJ poles, super
structures, extension etc. shall be of mild steel of pre tested quality as per IS-2062.
All bolts and nuts etc. shall conform to IS-12427.
The tenderer shall take into account the fabrication wastage while quoting the rates.
The purchaser will not accept any liability in connection with the wastage of steel.
1.3.0 EXTENSIONS :
For maintaining adequate ground clearance, suitable extensions to the poles or DP
etc. shall be provided by the tenderer wherever require without affecting the
specified factor of safety and statutory rules in any manner.
1.4.0 ERECTION OF D.P. STRUCTURE :
The D.P. structures shall be erected at suitable locations as per the standard norms
and specification for angles of deviation of more than 10 degree as well as at
crossing wherever required, pole (DP) shall be used. The D.P. structure shall be
erected at appropriate distance as per requirement of site. 100 x 50 mm. size double
channel and 50 x 50 x 6 mm. size M.S. angle shall be used for structural work.

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1.5.0 SPECIFICATION FOR RSJ POLES :


RSJ poles shall conform the specific technical requirements of schedule-B &
MSEDCL

Sr.No. Description Unit 33 Kv Line

1. Size mm x As per specific


mm technical

2. Length mtr requirements of


Schedule-B &
3. Section --
MSEDCL
4. Weight Kg/Mtr.

5. Cross-Section area cm2

6. Width of flange mm.

7. Thickness of flange mm.

8. Thickness of Web mm.

9. Moment of Inertia

a) IXX cm4

b) Lyy cm4

10. Radius of Gyration

a) RXX cm4

b) Ryy cm4

11. Moduli of section

a) ZXX cm4

b) Zyy cm4

12. Span length Mtr.

13. Wind load on conductors Kg/M2

14. Is specification No. --

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1.6.0 TESTING OF POLES


i) All tests shall be carried out in accordance with IS-802 or latest edition
thereof.
ii) The supplier / tenderer shall submit a detailed program in advance not less
than 15 days for inspection and testing the poles, structural members etc.
either the manner of applying the loads. The purchaser will arrange to depute
his representatives to witness the test, 3 copies of the test reports thereof shall
be submitted to the purchaser for approval.
iii) Unless specified otherwise, inspection shall be made at the place of
manufacture prior to dispatch.
iv) The correct grade and quality of steel shall be used by the supplier to ascertain
the quality of steel the purchaser may at his discretion get the material tested at
an approved laboratory.
v) Should any item or member of the structure be found not to comply with the
specification or design of failure during testing, it shall be liable for rejection.
No member once rejected shall be resubmitted for inspection except in cases
where the purchaser or his authorized representative considers that the defects
can be rectified.
vi) 10% of poles of each line shall be tested randomly for single circuit strung
condition for all critical conditions. The supplier shall submit type tests
certificate for poles etc. and shall perform the acceptance test at the time of
inspection.
1.7.0 SUPPLY AND ERECTION OF LINE CONDUCTOR :
The ACSR 6/1- 4.72 mm. ‘DOG’ Conductor shall be supplied and erected in single
circuit formation over RSJ poles / DP structures with the help of standard insulators
and tension hardware, nut-bolts clamps etc. For jumpers at cut-points and double
poles, single string of disc insulator shall be used with tension hardwares. The
electrical and mechanical characteristics of conductor shall be as per IS
specification for ACSR conductor i.e. IS 398 of 1961 or relevant edition. The
configuration of conductors of the line can be triangular or horizontal as per
approved drawings.
1.8.0 ERECTION OF CONDUCTORS:
All the necessary work like paving, leveling, stringing and binding of ACSR
conductor is to be done properly as per IS 5613-1970 i.e. "Code of practice for
design installation and maintenance of overhead lines".

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While erecting the conductor the requisite value of sag is to be maintained.


Stringing sag tables are to be provided by the tenderer along with supply of
conductor. Following precautions are to be taken by tenderer while stringing the
conductor.
i) Use of proper equipment for handling the conductor at all times.
ii) Do use skids, crane or similar methods for lowering reels from transporter to
ground.
iii) Do examine reel before unreeling for nails or any other object which may
damage the conductor.
iv) Unreeling of conductor should be done with reasonable speed with suitable
breaks.
v) Do grip all strands when cooling out the conductor.
vi) To avoid nicking or kinking of conductor parallel jaw grips with suitable lines
should be used while pulling the conductor.
vii) Don't pull out to much conductor excessive slack in the conductor may cause
kicks.
viii) For joining and pulling the conductor around the angle points, always free
running sheaves or blocks with adequate grooves are to be used. At all joints
to conductor joint sleeves shall be provided and used.
ix) The conductor should be spliced carefully with proper technique.
x) Don't make tap offs or jumpers connections on dirty or weathered conductor.
Clean the conductor using sand paper or wire brush.
xi) Don't tap of connections from aluminium lines by binding copper wire, either
use aluminium wires or bimetallic clamps of recognised designs.
xii) Don't adopt twisting of strands with copper conductors with aluminium, use
all joint to get full strength and full current carrying capacity.
The tenderer shall be entirely responsible for any damage to the poles or conductors
during stringing.
The clearance of conductors from the ground and adjoining buildings should be in
accordance with IE-Rule No. 77 and 79.

1.9.0 SPECIFICATION FOR CONDUCTORS :


The ACSR conductors to be used for transmission lines shall conform the
specification technical requirement as mentioned below.

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Sr.No. Particulars Unit Details of conductor

1. Name of ACSR conductor DOG

2. Wire diameter (a) Aluminium mm. 6 / 1- 4.72

3. Conductors per phase No. Single

4. Inter phase spacing mm. 1600

5. Nominal Aluminium area Sq.mm. 105

6. Total conductor area Sq.mm. 118.5

7 overall diameter mm. 14.15

8 Weight of conductor Kg/Km. 394

9 L.S. code for erection of IS 398 of 1970


conductor

10 I.S. code for Elect. and Mech. IS 398 for 1961


Characteristic of conductor.

Testing of conductor - Testing shall be done as per IS No. 802 or latest addition
thereof.
1.10.0 SUPPLY AND ERECTION OF INSULATORS :

33 Kv Pin insulators with pin of MCD 580 mm. (If required) for DP structures and
single RSJ poles are to be supplied by the tenderer. At double pole structure
jumpers are to be carried over by providing disc insulators string.
The insulators must be secured firmly to the poles and DPS with necessary
hardware. The insulator should have good mechanical strength and high dielectric
strength. The porcelain material should be free from porosity, internal impurities
and flaws. The insulator must possess high ratio of puncture strength of flash over
voltage. The insulators must be in accordance with IS 731-1963 and IS 3188-1965
(for standard dimensions) or latest edition thereof.
1.11.0 SPECIFICATION OF INSULATOR STRING :
Insulator string shall confirm the specific technical requirements under ;

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Sr.No. Particulars Unit Single Tension String

1. No. of Standard Disc. No. 3

2. Size of Disc. mm. 255 x 145

3. Electromechanical strength KN 120

4. 11 Kv Disc. Insulator mm. B and S type with MCD 280


(Type) mm.

5. I.S. Code for insulators I.S. relevant IS Specification

1.12.0 ERECTION OF INSULATORS :


PIN insulators shall be used on single RSJ poles and for jumpers at Double pole
where as tension insulator strings shall be used on angle and dead end poles.
Damaged insulators and fittings if any, shall not be employed in the assemblies.
Before hoisting all insulator, but in no case shall any oil be used for the purpose.
1.13.0 TESTING OF INSULATORS :
Testing shall be done as per IS No. 731-1971 or latest edition thereof and
galvanizing test shall be done on the metal parts as per IS No. 2633-1972 or latest
edition thereof. mechanical performers tests shall be done as per IC 575.
1.14.0 EXCAVATION AND CONCRETING :
Excavation :
Excavation for pole pits, double pole pits stay pits, earth pit and for laying of cables
etc. shall include removal of all materials whether dry or wet necessary for
construction of foundations trenches etc. in accordance with the lines, level, grades
as directed by the Engineer-in-charge.
The excavation wall shall be vertical and pit dimensions shall be such as to allow
clearance of 150 mm. on all sides from the foundation pad. Any sand, mud, silt or
undesirable material which may have accumulated in the excavated pit shall be
removed before placing concrete.
Excavation for pole pits shall be size of 0.60 m. x 0.60 m. x 2.0 m. and that for stay
and earth pit shall be 0.60 m. x 0.60 m. x 1.5 m. size. The tenderer shall notify the
Engineer-in-charge before starting excavation to enable him to take cross sectional
trees for purposes of measurements before ground is disturbed.

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1.15.0 CONCRETING :
Cement concrete footing / foundation shall be provided for all types of poles, double
pole structures, H.T. stay sets etc. as per specifications laid down herein. The
construction of foundation shall be in 1:3:6 C.C. which includes supply of material
such as cement, sand, course aggregate and also reinforcement steel if required.
The tenderer has to arrange for supply of all materials T and P labour water etc.
required for concreting and cutting etc. All the properties of concrete regarding its
strength under compassion, testing, shear, punching and bending etc. and
workmanship will confirm to IS 456-1978 or latest addition thereof.
If there is failure of false work and or form work, the tenderer shall be responsible
for all the consequent damages to work, injury to life and damage to property.
1.16.0 CURING :
Concrete shall be covered with wet scathing hessian of similar absorbed material
soon after the initial set. After final set, the concrete shall be kept continually wet
preferably by pending water for a period not less than 14 days from the date of
placement.
Should the tenderer fail to water the concrete continuously, the Engineer-in-charge
may provide labour material and equipment required for watering and recover the
cost from the tenderer .
1.17.0 TREE CUTTING :
Tree cutting along the route of transmission line and compensation there of (if any)
would be organised and paid by the tenderer. The owner shall render necessary help
for fixing compensation through horticulture dept. or any other appropriate
authorities.
1.18.0 PROVIDING OF EARTHING :
Each and every pole shall be provided with the pipe type earthing as per relevant
I.S. specification. Separate pipe type earthing shall be provided for XLPE cable to
be erected at highway or railway crossing as per IS-3043-1966 or relevant edition
thereof. For D.P. earthing earth pit of size 0.60 m. x 0.60 m. x 1.5 m. shall be
provided and G.I. pipe of minimum 20 mm. diameter and 1.80 Mtr. long shall be
used. All poles, structures, stays, insulator hardware, grading etc. shall be
connected to earth pits by using 8 SWG G.I. wire run throughout the pole. Each
earth pit shall be filled with alternate layers of charcoal and salt. The G.I. pipe shall
have holes as per standard practice.

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1.19.0 GUARDING :
As per IE rule-88 guarding of 8/10 SWG galvanized steel having braking strength
not less than 635.02 Kg. shall be used. Guard wires are required to be provided at
all points where a line crosses a street road canals, power lines telephone line,
railway crossing etc. and shall be earthed wherever its electrical continuity is
broken. Guarding shall be done as per relevant I.S. specification. Appropriate cross
lacings shall be provided at the width of the road as well as at the ends near the
poles.
1.20.0 H.T. STAY SETS :
1) To prevent tilting of a pole from its normal position due to abnormal wind
pressure and deviation of alignment, the pole shall be kept in position by using H.T.
stays. The stays shall be provided at
i) angle locations ii) dead end locations iii) tee of points iv) steep gradient location
v) cut- point vi) along the straight run at minimum two locations in 1 km.
Stranded galvanized steel wire and stay rods of adequate size shall be used for
all H.T. stay sets wherever required. The arrangement shall be to the relevant I.S.
specification and shall be provided with the help of pole clamps, stay rods etc. The
pit size for stay set foundation shall be 0.60 m. x 0.60 m. x 1.5 m. for double pole
(DP) structure, four stays along the line, two in each direction & two stays along the
bisection of the angle of deviation or as required depending on the angle of
deviation shall be provided.
The angle between the pole and stay wire shall be about 45 degrees and in no
case it shall be less than 30 degrees. The stays shall be anchored either by providing
base plate or angle iron or rail. Stay wires shall be connected to the pole porcelain
Guy strain insulator. The standard porcelain insulator shall be inserted in the stay
wire at a height of minimum 3 meters vertically above the ground level.
The stay shall be erected in such a way that it will able to develop its full strength
only during the worst condition. Where it is not possible to use stay wires due to
limitation of space braces shall be used adhesives. Where such sealant or adhesives
are exposed to high electrical stress, they must be track resistant. Stress control
necessary in the termination and joints shall be means of cold shrinking tubing to
give optimum electrical stress control.
1.21.0 SUPPLY AND ERECTION OF ANTI-CLIMBING DEVICES :
Anti climbing device consisting of barbed wire confirming to relevant IS for a
vertical distance of 30 to 40 cm at a height of 3 to 4 meters from ground level or
protruding spikes welded on pole clamps shall be provided on all poles. The
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bracing / structures frame work of Double pole shall also be covered with barbed
wire. The barbed wire shall be wrapped on each pole at height of 3 to 4 mtr. from
ground level.
1.22.0 SUPPLY AND ERECTION OF DANGER BOARDS :
The tenderer has to supply and fix 33 Kv danger board, a caution boards of size 200
x 150 mm. of 18 swg. M.S. sheet on each pole alongwith anti-climbing devices by
using barbed wire. The danger boards are to be clamped at both ends of pole. The
board should be painted in red colour and the information and signs to be painted in
white colour. The caution boards shall conform IS-2551-1982 or relevant edition.
1.23.0 MSEDCL/PTCC / RAILWAY/FOREST/ROAD OR LOCAL AUTHORITIES
APPROVAL :
The tenderer is required to get approval to the various drawings, showing line
profile, proposal of PTCC / railway crossing / Road crossing/Frost etc. from
competent authority at his own cost. The tenderer will pursue the proposal to
concerned authorities & get approved the same before charging the line.
1.24.0 In the crop area/ forest area, the land required for installation of RSJ Pole, stay, DP.
etc. shall be arranged by the contractor including crop/ tree/forest and any other
compensation at his own cost and no claim on this account shall be entertained apart
from the provision of schedule-B. Also the contractor should take utmost care for
the preservation of farmer’s crops.

1.25.0 SPECIAL CONDITIONS FOR 33 kV O.R.C. LINE WORK :


1) The installation of 33 Kv line work shall be carried out under the supervision
of M.S.E.D.C.L. and Engineer-in-charge. The problems regarding obstruction
from farmer in transmission line route path during erection of poles / stringing
of conductor shall be directly referred by the contractor to the M.S.E.D.C.L.
will render help in solving these problems.
2) Inspection of 33 Kv. line material will be carried out by the representative of
both M.S.E.D.C.L. and Engineer-in-charge. at respective manufacturing unit.
The travelling expanses and lodging, boarding of the representative of
Engineer-in-charge/ M.S.E.D.C.L. authority will be borne by the contractor.
3) The contractor shall plan the work in the vicinity of the lines well in advance
after discussion with the M.S.E.D.C.L. authorities and he shall arrange
shutdowns of all voltage level transmission line that is HV and low tension
line crossing the proposed line under the scope of this work. The contractor
shall take almost precautionary measures to avoid any electrical accident. The
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contractor will be solely responsible for any accident to make goods any
damage / shortage arising in the work to the M.S.E.D.C.L. property link
transmission line and associated properly.
4) The 33 KV line is to be handed over to the M.S.E.D.C.L. after completion of
the work. The complete responsibility of 33 Kv Line work will rest with the
contractor including watch and ward till the same is handed over to the
M.S.E.D.C.L.
5) The 33 Kv. line work is to be executed on behalf of M.S.E.D.C.L. and hence
the same shall be as per the standard norms guidelines & specification of
M.S.E.D.C.L. contractor shall therefore undertake to supply the 33 Kv. line
material confirming to M.S.E.D.C.L's specification / venders list / approved
make.
6) For smooth working and obtaining additional drawing & specification if any
from M.S.E.D.C.L. which are not appended with tender, Engineer-in-charge
will provide authorization letter to contractor to act on his behalf. &
approaching M.S.E.D.C.L. directly. However any correspondence made with
M.S.E.D.C.L. shall be under intimation to Engineer-in-charge.
7) It shall be responsibility of the contractor to produce certificate from
M.S.E.D.C.L. for correctness and completeness of the material supplied at the
site and satisfactory completion of erection & commissioning work for the
purpose of releasing the payment.
1.26.0 TEST CERTIFICATE AND TEST REPORT :
a. Necessary testing of equipment should be carried out as per ISI and
detailed reports should be submitted to this office.
b. All the work will be confirm to ISI and IE rules, IE code 1956 and latest
amendments.
c. Make of all the materials will be as per ISI and will be approved by this
office. Agency should see this points should be got approved.
d. Test reports of work should be submitted after completion of work.
1.27.0 STANDARDS :

Sr. Bureau of Titled International


No. Indian Standard
Standards

1. IS - 226 Structural steel (Standard quality) ISO/R/660

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2. IS - 432 Mild steel and medium Tensile BSD-CSA-G-30


bars and hard drawn steel wire for
concrete reinforcement.

3. IS - 802 Code of practice for use of


structural steel in overhead
transmission line.

4. IS - 1367 Technical supply condition for


threaded fasteners

5. IS - 2016 Plain washers ISO/R 987

6. IS - 2062 Structural steel (Standard quality) ISO/R 660

7. IS - 2551 Danger notice plates

8. IS - 2629 Recommended practice for hot


dip galvanizing of iron and steel.

9. IS - 3063 Single coil rectangular section DN/127


spring washers for bolts, nuts,
screws

10. IS - 5613 Code of practice for design,


Installation and maintenance of
overhead power line.

11. IS - 6610 Specification for heavy washers


for steel structures

12. IS - 12427 hexagonal bolts for steel


structures

13. Indian Electricity Rule 1956

14. Publication for Regulation for


electrical crossing of Railway
Tracks.

2.00 PACKING AND MARKING:

1) Materials and equipment shall be prepared for dispatch in such a manner to facilitate
handling and protect them from damage in transit.

2) Before dispatch all equipment shall be properly match marked with distinctive
direction marks attached on them corresponding to those on drawing so as to ensure
correct assembly and alignment at site.
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3) All parts shall be adequately match marked to facilitate field erection. Boxes and
crates shall be marked to facilitate field erection. Boxes and crates shall be marked
with contract No. and shall have packing list enclosed showing the parts contained
therein.

4) All pieces weighing more than one ton shall have approximately weight marked
thereon.

5) The packing shall be such that it is acceptable to the insurance authorities.

6) Tenderer shall ascertain and take into consideration the limitation of transport
dimension and weight from road as well as rail point of view..

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ANNEXURE-IV

ACCEPTABLE MAKE

Sr. No. Equipment Name of acceptable make

1 R.S.J Girder poles 1) Fagle steel 2) Vitthal industries 3) Mahavir sandeep steel
152 x152mm (37 4) Tisco 5) steel authority of India 6) Ispat 7) Jindal 8)
kg/mtr & 100 x 116 G.G.Malhotra 9) Trinet steel (10 ) Sum Vijay or ISI tested
mm ( 23 kg /mtr) or MSEDCL & MSETCL approved.

2 Pin insulator ,disc 1)Jayasheri insulator 2) BHEL 3) W.S.Isulators and


insulator electricals or ISI marked (4) Aditya birla 5) Modern 6)
Rajiv Industries 7) Naresh brothers 8) General power
company 9) MSETCL/MSEDCL Approved

3 ACSR Conductor (1) Bombay wires 2) Reliance 3) Appar LTD Baroda 4)


Smitha Conductors or ISI marked 5) Gupta cables
6) Kalpesh 7) Patel wires 8) KJV alley conductor
9)Dimond 10) Hirar Aluminium 11) Oswal cables
(12)MSETCL/MSEDCL Approved

4 All other electrical Relevant I.S.I marked or MSEDSCL MSETCL


item APPROVED

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SECTION - XI

DRAWINGS

1) Index map

2) Single pole structure

3) Double pole structure

4) Triple pole structure

5) Proposed Route Map

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