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High Value Tenders for Consultancy work from INDIA

Do you provide consultancy work? interested to get a high value contact from Government? find all upcoming government tenders for consultancy work from india. tenders from india from authorities of Government, PSU, NGO’s.

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Few sample tenders are as below:

  • CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR AUTHORITY S ENGINEER FOR SUPERVISION OF WORK OF CONSTRUCTION OF ROB AND ITS APPROACHES PARALLEL TO EXISTING ROB AT KM 1.800 ON NH-65 (NEW NH-152) AT AMBALA IN THE STATE OF HARYANA ON EPC MODE. Tender Value: 123,300,000
  • Consultancy services for Construction,Supervision,Project Management and Quality Control for the works of Construction of Grade Separator at Gangamma Circle Junction in Byatarayanapura Consitituency Tender Value: 188,700,000
  • CONSULTANCY SERVICE FOR AUTHORITYS ENGINEER FOR SUPERVISION OF WIDENING TO TWO LANE WITH PAVED SHOULDERS FROM KM 440 TO 5600 OF NH 218 BIJAPUR HUBLI SECTION IN THE STATE OF KARNATAKA THROUGH AN ENGINEERING PROCUREMENT AND CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT. Tender Value: 2,142,200,000
  • Consultancy work for SMMU and CMMU for Smart Cities Mission and AMRUT Projects in Rajasthan Under CCBP. Tender Value: 275,000,000
  • Providing Consultancy services for preparation of detailed project report i/c GAD , Survey, structural Design, soil investigation, drawings, Cost benefit analysis including EIRR, FIRR, IEE and SRP report cost estimate and proof checking for construction of 2-Lane Elevated road over L/C No. 60 in Km. 7011-12 on Delhi Bhatinda Railway line at X-ing Kacha Beri road including approach ramp towards railway station in Rohtak town Connected to elevated road on NH-10. Tender Value: 5,500,000,000.

for more tenders like this contact on +91 9099090533.

All About Tenders and its Process.

Definition / Meaning of Tender

To invite bids for a project, or to accept a formal offer such as a takeover bid. Tender usually refers to the process whereby governments invite bids for large projects that must be

What is Tendering?

Tendering is the process of making an offer, bid or proposal, or expressing interest in response to an invitation or request for tender. Organizations will seek other businesses to respond to a particular need, such as the supply of goods and services, and will select an offer or tender that meets their needs and provides the best value for money.
Tender request documents; also referred to as invitations to tender, Requests for Tender (RFT), Requests for Proposal (RFP) etc outline what is required, that is, what the requesting organization’s needs are. These documents also outline the particular requirements, criteria, and instructions that are to be followed.
Future tenders are generally widely advertised to offer opportunities to a number of suppliers, encourage competition and provide a greater pool of offers to select from.
Interested suppliers will then prepare a tender; the documents that outline the offer that they are making, and will include pricing, schedules as well as their eligibility for the project or procurement. They will outline their advantage over competitors; provide information on qualifications, competencies and experience. Further they have to demonstrate how their bid offers the best value for money.
The submitted tenders are then evaluated with regard to defined criteria. In a normal tendering situation, this process should be conducted fairly and honestly, and in a manner that is free from bias or favour. The offer that best meets all of the requirements outlined in the request, and provides value for money should win the contract.

The tendering process is generally utilised for procurement or contracts involving substantial amounts of money. Tendering is utilised by:

  • Government departments, offices and agencies
  • Private sector companies and businesses
  • Non Government Organizations
  • Overseas markets and businesses
While the concept of tendering may seem daunting at first, it can be easily tackled by having a plan of ‘attack’. When becoming involved in a tendering process, it is important to understand your business’ suitability for the project; whether your business’ current situation will allow for you to tender, as well as your ability to manage the contract if you are successful in winning the tender. By understanding these points and ensuring you can demonstrate that you are able to meet the criteria and offer a competitive bid, you will increase your chances of success.

VIEW LATEST TENDERS FOR SECURITY SERVICE IN INDIA

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till today there are 2200+ tenders are available for security services on tendermines.com. if you wish to participate in security services tenders, guard services tenders, personal guard tenders, body guard tenders than visit http://www.tendermines.com to find tenders from Government, Public, Private and educational organizations from PAN India. few tenders for security services are as beneath.

  • Tender for PROVIDING THE security serviceS and RECEPTIONIST at National Informatics Centre Hqrs. and MES, A Block, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi 110003
  • Providing Security Service contract at ksdl for security guards (ex serviceman), and gunman(ex serviceman) from 01.08.2017 to 31.07.2018.
  • Outsourcing of Security Services in SU Odisha Bhubanesar.
  • Watch and ward Security Services at KVK Campus
  • SUPPLY OF Security Service AT APMC RANIBENNUR FOR THE YEAR 2017-18
  • Providing Manpower and Security Services to APMC Belthangady
  • Providing Manpower and Security Services to APMC Karkala
  • PROVIDING Security ServiceS FOR YEAR 2017-18 of APMC HIRIYUR

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GAIL LNG ships tender float: Arvind Panagariya led panel yet to finalise tender

A multi-billion dollar LNG ships tender, floated by state-run GAIL (India) more than two years ago, continues to be stuck as a designated panel is yet to finalise the new contours of the tender.

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A revision in the bidding norms was necessitated after foreign shipbuilders found risk-apportioning was tilted against them. (Reuters)

A multi-billion dollar LNG ships tender, floated by state-run GAIL (India) more than two years ago, continues to be stuck as a designated panel is yet to finalise the new contours of the tender. A revision in the bidding norms was necessitated after foreign shipbuilders found risk-apportioning was tilted against them.

The committee, headed by Niti Aayog chairman Arvind Panagariya, was formed in November last year. GAIL had floated a tender to hire nine newly-built LNG carriers for transportation from the US. However, due to unfavourable response from ship builders, the $7-billion tender was postponed thrice and ultimately cancelled in November last year. The tender was first launched with a final date for bid submission of October 30, 2014, and was later extended to December 4 the same year, and January 6 and February 17 next year, with the last being later extended till 31 March.

The bids were invited in lots of three with the caveat that one of the ships will have to be built at an Indian shipyard to promote the National Democratic Alliance government’s flagship Make in India programme. As per reports, the world’s leading LNG ship-owners had made two separate consortia to submit bids. The first consortium included Mitsui OSK Lines, Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha and Mitsui and Co, and another having Mitsubishi Corp, Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, GasLog and Foresight on board. However, the stakeholders failed to agree upon risk-sharing on India-made LNG carriers.

The gas company has long-term agreements with Sabine Pass and Cove Point projects in the US for supply of LNG which is expected to start from December 2017. In this respect, the company plans to time-charter these ships of cargo capacity of 150,000-180,000 cubic metres each. The bids were invited in lots of three with the caveat that one of the ships will have to be built at an Indian shipyard to promote the National Democratic Alliance government’s flagship Make in India programme.

Regarding the long-term procurement, a view is being considered and a committee headed by Arvind Panagariya is examining the pros and cons of making ships in India. To meet the requirements of GAIL, we are going for short-term hiring of ships from the market,” said BC Tripathi, chairman of GAIL. Tripathi added since there was no favourable response to tenders, the issue has been discussed in the government and it has been decided that this needs a re-examination on making of ships.

Among the Indian ship makers, only Cochin Shipyard —which has entered into a technology pact with South Korean firm Samsung Heavy Industries Co and has obtained a licence from France’s GTT for using the latter’s patented Mark-III LNG containment systems — has the wherewithal to built LNG transporters and fitted the criteria set out by GAIL. Tripathi said that the tender will definitely come, but in what form it will come is being discussed. “In the long term, that is what is desired,” he added.

According to bid documents floated earlier, GAIL could take up to 10% equity stake in any or all of the nine ships with operator Shipping Corporation of India having a right to 26% interest.

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