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TENDER DOCUMENT

BID DETAILS
Tender Enquiry No. Date of commencement of Bidding Process Last date of submission of queries. PNB/GSAD/Sansad Marg /201 31.10.2013

Allied Electrical works For 4 Nos. 300KVA UPS At Ground Floor of PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK Head Office Building,

5- Sansad Marg, New Delhi.


GSAD CELL HO:5,SANSAD MARG NEW DELHI-110001. Tel: (011)-23716066. 23765476.

:1: BID DETAILS


Tender Enquiry No. Date of commencement of Bidding Process Last date of submission of queries. Last date and time for Hash Submission and Bid Preparation Last Date and time for submission of bids Date and time for opening of technical bids. Date and time for opening of commercial bids. Place of opening Address for communication PNB/GSAD/Sansad Marg /2013 31.10.2013

20/11/2013 16:00 Hrs.

27/11/2013 14:00 Hrs.

27/11/2013 17:00 Hrs.

28/11/2013 11:30 Hrs.

Will be informed later

Punjab National Bank, GSAD, 4 th Floor, HO:5, Sansad Marg , New Delhi-110011. Chief Manager GSAD, 4 th Floor, HO:5, Sansad Marg, , New Delhi-110 011 Tel:(011)- 23716066 The prospective bidders may download the tender documents from our eProcurement website at http://www.pnbindia.biz.

Site for downloading and submission of tender

INDEX Allied Electrical works for 4 Nos. 300KVA UPS at Ground Floor of PNB HO Building, 5- Sansad Marg, New Delhi. S.No. I II III IV -V VI VII VIII IX X XI XII Description Eligibility criteria Notice Inviting Tender Letter Submitting Tender General Conditions and instruction for bidder
APPENDIX TO FORM OF TENDER

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Articles of Agreement General Conditions of Contract Special Conditions of Contract Measurement Safety code Technical Specification & Equipment schedule List of Approved makes BOQ ( Schedule of Quantities)

I.Eligibility criteria
1. The Contractor should have a valid electrical license from government agency for execution of electrical works in LT Category. 2. The Contractor should have executed either of the following similar works* (Electrical Work) during last 7 years ending 31st of Sept2013 with other Central / State Government, Public Sector Undertaking, Banks or major public Ltd/Pvt. corporate companies. a. Three similar completed works costing not less than the amount equal to Rs.20,00,000.00 b. Two similar completed works costing not less than the amount equal to Rs.25,00,000.00 c. One similar completed work costing not less than the amount equal to Rs.40,00,000.00 *Similar works i.e. supply, in st alla t ion , testing and commissioning of L.T. Cables & Panels in institutions /office/residential buildings etc. 3. The average annual financial turnover during the last 3 years (2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12) ending 31st March 2012 , should be at least Rs. 45,00,000/Note:-The bidder shall furnish following documents along with technical bid with the tender in support of Eligibility criteria a) Audit Balance Sheet along with Trading Profit & Loss Account statement for the last 3 years, i.e. 2009-10, 2010-11 & 2011-12. b) Documentary evidence of having executed similar works during last 7 years ending 31st of Mar2013 with other Central / State Government, Public Sector Undertaking, Banks or major public Ltd/Pvt. corporate companies, along with letter of Comfort/satisfaction/completion from the client. c) Copy of Electrical contractor License. d) Power of Attorney, if applicable.

II.Notice Inviting Tender


Reg: Allied Electrical works for 4 Nos. 300KVA UPS at Ground Floor of PNB HO Building, 5- Sansad Marg, New Delhi. Online tenders are invited on item rate basis on behalf of Punjab National Bank from Electrical contractors who fulfil the eligibility criteria mentioned in the tender documents for Allied Electrical works for 4 Nos. 300KVA UPS at Ground Floor of PNB HO building, 5- Sansad Marg, New Delhi, against Payment of Rs. 2000/- (non refundable towards cost of tender), in two envelope system containing (1) E.M.D (2) Technical bid. Tender purchase fee of Rs.2000/may be submitted in a separate envelope with EMD. The Bidders intending to participate in this Tender are required to get enrolled on the banks website i.e. www.pnbindia.biz Enrolment on the above mentioned website is mandatory. As the bids of the Bidders have to be digitally signed by the Digital Certificate of the respective Bidder before submitting the bids online, the bidders are advised to obtain Digital Certificates in order to bid for the tender. The Tender Documents containing detailed terms & conditions can be downloaded online directly from the portal www.pnbindia.biz as per tender schedule attached and shall be submitted online. All the bidders are required to submit Demand Draft/ Pay Order in favour of Punjab National Bank, Delhi of Rs. 2000/- towards the cost of tender document in physical shape by 27.11.13. Bidders may submit their queries regarding any technical clarification on the tendering VIEW QUERY button which is available after entering on the particular tender, before 20.11.2013 up to 17:00Hrs. Thereafter pre bid conference (IF NEEDED) shall be held at conference room 2 nd floor PNB, HO: 5- Sansad Marg. New Delhi on_________. Standardized documents may be downloaded from the Corrigendum / Addendums section of the above-mentioned portal from , 15:01 Hrs to up to 17:00 Hrs after clarification on queries. No deviation on the above will be entertained by the bank there after. Based on the clarification of conditions by the bank, the intending bidder will submit their unconditional acceptance on the prescribed format along with tender document. Price bid of only those bidders shall be opened who bring their tender in line with requirements of tender documents and are acceptable to the bank and the bidder who do not submit the EMD in the form of Pay order /Bank draft their tenders will be summarily rejected

First E.M.D. Envelope will be opened, and if the hard copy of the same is received on time only then technical bid will be opened online. Hard copy i.e. the Demand Draft / Pay Order in favour of Punjab National Bank, Delhi for an amount of Rs.50,000.00 towards EMD is to be submitted physically By the bidder in the office of the Chief Manager, GSAD Cell, PNB Head Office, 5-Sansad Marg, Delhi 110001 on or before 17:00 P.M. on 27.11.2013. The price bid o f t e c h n i c a l l y e l i g i b l e b i d d e r w h o m e e t s t h e e l i g i b i l i t y c r i t e r i a s t i p u l a t e d i n t e n d e r d o c u m e n t s will be opened online in the presence of participated or representatives of participated bidders as per the schedule attached. Date for opening of commercial bids will be intimated later. The Tenders shall be valid for a period of not less than 90 days after the date of opening of price bid on line. All disputes arising out of or in connection with this agreement shall deem to have arisen in Delhi and only the courts of Delhi shall have the jurisdiction to determine the same. Last date for downloading the tender document (as per tender schedule). Last date for Bid Preparation and Hash Submission (as per tender schedule). Last date for Bid Submission (as per tender schedule). Please note that bid preparation and hash submission and bid submission is compulsory activity, failing which bidder will not be able to submit the bids online. For any further information/Queries please contact Chief Manager, GSAD Cell, PNB Head Office, 5-Sansad Marg, Delhi over phone no: 011-23716066 & Email : jagjitrai@pnb.co.in. The Bank reserves the right to accept/reject any or all the offers submitted in response to this advertisement without assigning any reason whatsoever. The bank will not be bound to accept the lowest tender and reserves the right to accept or reject any or all the tenders without assigning any reasons whatsoever. Please Note that, on tendering procedure through the electronic tendering system refer to the Instructions for Using the Electronic Tendering System document available along with the tender documents on www.pnbindia.biz.

CHIEF MANAGER

SECTION - III LETTER SUBMITTING TENDER

The ChiefManager, General Services Admn. Division Cell Punjab National Bank 5-Sansad Marg, NEW DELHI 110001. Sub: Allied Electrical works for 4 Nos. 300KVA UPS at Ground Floor of PNB HO Building, 5- Sansad Marg, New Delhi. Dear Sir, 3.1 Having visited the site and examined the drawings, conditions of contract, special conditions of contract, general specifications and detailed specifications, schedules and bill of quantities for the construction of the above named works, we offer to complete and maintain the whole of the said works in conformity with the said drawings, conditions of contract, specifications, schedules and bill of quantities for the sum stated in bill of quantities of this Tender Document or such other sum as may be ascertained in accordance with the said conditions of contract. 3.2 We undertake to complete and deliver the whole of the works comprised in the contract within the time stated in the appendix hereto. We have independently considered the amount of liquidated damages shown in the Appendix to form of tender hereto and agree that it represents a fair estimate of the loss likely to be suffered, by you in the event of the works not being completed in time. We agree to abide by this tender for the period of 90 days from opening of Price Bid or extension there of as required by the Employer from the date fixed for receiving the same and it shall remain binding upon us and may be accepted at any time before the expiry of that period. We confirm that the period (in the enclosed form of bar Chart showing all activities of work in details to be completed within the stipulated period duly signed) and rates as referred in the agreement or general conditions of contract are given or summarized in the appendix hereto, to which we give our consent and agree to abide by the same. We understand that if our tender is accepted, we are to be jointly and severally responsible for the due performance of the contract. We understand that you are not bound to accept the lowest or any tender you may receive and may reject all or any tender, accept or entrust the entire work to the Contractor without assigning any reason or giving any explanation whatsoever.

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3.8 I/we have deposited Earnest Money Rs 50 , 0 0 0 . 0 0 by demand draft which amount is not to bear any interest. I/we do hereby agree that this sum shall be forfeited by you in the event our tender is accepted and I/we fail to execute the contract when called upon to do so. Dated this day of ______________2013. Signature in the capacity of duly .

authorized to sign tenders for and on behalf of (IN CAPITALS) Tender submitted on _ before P.M.

SECTION IV

GENERAL CONDITION AND INSTRUCTION FOR BIDDER

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The details of work to be carried out and its scope are given in the specifications and bill of quantities of these documents which also indicate a brief description of the Project where work is to be executed. The bidders are advised to study the same carefully before tendering and they shall be deemed to have fully acquainted themselves with the same. The bidders in their own interest are advised to inspect and examine the site and its surroundings and satisfy themselves before submitting their tenders, in respect of the site conditions including but not restricting to the following which may influence or effect the work or cost thereof under the contract. The bidders should note that site is in busy commercial area and they should also take care for adjoining building, parking facility etc. Site conditions including access to the site, existing and required roads and other means of transport / communication for use by him in connection with the work. Requirement and availability of land and other facilities for his enabling works, stores and workshops Ground condition including those bearing upon transportation, disposal, handling and storage or materials required for the work or obtained there from local authority. Source and extent of availability of suitable materials including water etc. and labour (Skilled and unskilled) required for work and laws and Regulations governing their use and employment Geological, Metrological, Topographical and other general figures of the site and its surroundings as are pertaining to and needed for the performance of the work. The type of equipment and facilities needed preliminary for and in the performance of the work and for successful completion of work. All other information pertaining to and needed for the work including information as to the risks, contingencies and other circumstances which may influence or effect the work or the cost thereof under this contract. The bidders should note that the information, if any, in regard to the site and local conditions, as contained in these tender documents has been given merely to assist the bidders and is not warranted to be complete. The bidders should note and bear in mind that the Bank shall bear no responsibility for the lack of acquaintance of the site and other conditions or any information relating thereto on their part. The consequences of the lack of any

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knowledge as aforesaid on the part of the bidders shall be at their risk and cost and no charges or claims whatsoever consequent upon the lack of any information, knowledge or understanding shall be entertained or payable by the Bank.

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Immediately on downloading of the Tender Documents from the Banks website, the bidder may submit post queries online as per time schedule attached. If considered appropriate, the Bank reserves the right to issue addendum (s) or amendment(s) to any condition / specifications / schedules to all bidders before the date of submission. Tenders submitted by the bidders shall be deemed to cover the effect of such addendum (s)/amendment(s) issued and such addendum (s) / amendment (s) duly signed by the bidders shall be submitted along with tenders.

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The tender should be submitted in the prescribed form and the same should be signed laid down there under The bidder shall furnish with his tender: Work schedule showing all activities of work in details and in the form of bar Chart proposed to be completed within the stipulated period duly signed as token of acceptance.

4.7 The earnest money deposit without any interest will be returned to the unsuccessful Bidders only after validity period/award of work. 4.8 The time allowed for the carrying out the work would be 04 (FOUR) months f r o m the date of commencement of works.

4.9 The Bidders should quote for all the items of work as given in the bill of quantities. 4.10 Earnest money amounting to Rs.50,000.00 /- (Rupees fifty thousand Only) in the form of Bank Draft Drawn in favour of "Punjab National Bank" must be submitted as per the detail given in NIT. 4.11 The Contractor whose tender is accepted will be required to deposit an initial security deposit, a further sum to make up 2% of the value of the accepted tender including the Earnest Money furnish before by way of security deposit for the due fulfillment of his contract, such sum which will amount to Apart from the initial security deposit made as above, retention money shall be deducted from the progressive running bills at 8% of the gross value of each running bill. The Security Deposit shall be collected as detailed in General conditions of contract.

4.13 The acceptance of a tender will rest with the Punjab National Bank, which does not bind itself to accept the lowest tender, and reserves to itself the authority to reject any or all of the tenders received without the assignment of any reasons. All tenders in whom any of the prescribed conditions are not fulfilled or are incomplete in any respect are liable to be rejected. 4.14 Canvassing in the connection with tenders is strictly prohibited and the tenders submitted by the Contractors who resort to canvassing will be liable to rejection.

4.15 All item rates shall be quoted on the proper from of the tender alone. 4.17 On acceptance of tender, the name of the accredited representative(s) of the Contractor who would be responsible for taking instructions from the Employer shall be communicated to the employer.

4.18 The Contractor shall give a list of his relatives working with the bank along with their designations and addresses. 4.19 No Employee of the Bank is allowed to work under or as a Contractor for a period of two years after his retirement from Bank services, without the previous permission of the Bank. The contract is liable to be cancelled if either the Contractor or any of his employees is found at any time to be as such a person who had not obtained the permission of the Bank as aforesaid before submission of the tender or engagement in the Contractor's service.

4.20 The tender for works shall remain open for acceptance for a period of 90 days from the date of opening of Price Bid. If any bidder withdraws his tender before the said period, then the bank shall be at liberty to forfeit Earnest Money paid along with the tender. The Earnest Money Deposit of the bidder whose tender is accepted shall be forfeited in full in case he does not accept the award letter or remit the initial security deposits within the stipulated period or start the work by the stipulated date mentioned in the award letter. 4.21 It will be obligatory on the part of the bidder to tender and sign the tender documents for all the component parts and that, after the work is awarded, he will have to enter in to an agreement for each component with the competent authority in the bank. The 'Notice Inviting Tender' and this Instructions for Tenderes shall from part of the Tender Documents

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SIGNATURE OF THE COMPETENT AUTHORITY PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK

APPENDIX TO FORM OF TENDER GENERAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT CLAUSE NO. 1) Defects Liability period : 12 Months (Clause no. 6.38) Date of start of work shall be reckoned from the date of acceptance of award letter or 7th day of issue of award letter whichever is earlier. : 4 (FOUR) Calendar months from the date of commencement (Clause no.6.13) 1 (one) months from the Date of Virtual Completion (Clause no. 6.32) 1% of the tendered amount shown in the tender per week subject to the ceiling of 10% of the accepted contracted sum (Clause No. 6.14) 12 Lacs (This value shall be difference of work done of consecutive bills). (Clause No.) 6.30

2) Date of commencement :

3) Time of completion

4) Period of Final Measurement 5) Liquidated Damages

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6) Minimum Value of work for : interim Certificate

7) Initial Security Deposit

2% of the accepted value of the tender including the Earnest Money. (Clause No. 6.11)

8) Retention Percentage 9) Refund of total Security Deposit

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8% of the accepted tender amount subject to maximum as given in. (Clause No. 6.11) The Retention amount will be refunded to the Contractor 30 days after end of the defect liability period (Clause No. 6.11)

10) Period of Honouring Certificate

15 days from date of receipt of certificate from the Engineer incharge (Clause no. 6.30)

SECTION V ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT This agreement is made on ..............day of ....................2013 between (Punjab National Bank, GSAD , Head office, 7, Bhikhaiji Cama Place New Delhi - 110066 .......................... (Hereinafter called The Employer") of the one part &......................... (Herein after called "the Contractor") of the other part. WHEREAS the Employer is desirous of certain works should be executed viz Allied

Electrical works for 4 Nos. 300KVA UPS at Ground Floor of PNB HO Building, 5- Sansad Marg, New Delhi. and has by letter of acceptance dated.................accepted
a tender by the Contractor for the execution, completion, and maintenance of such works, now THIS AGREEMENT WITNESSES AS FOLLOWS: 5.1 In this agreement words and expressions shall have the same meaning as are respectively assigned to them in the said conditions of contract hereinafter referred to : The following documents shall be deemed to form and to read construed as part of this agreement, viz. Original tender document. Relevant correspondence all letter/ correspondence forming parts of contract and referred to in acceptance letter. Acceptance letter. Bill of quantities The drawings. Time and progress chart. Other additional documents as required. Articles of Agreement. The aforesaid documents shall be taken as complementary and mutually explanatory of one another, but in the case of ambiguities of discrepancies the latest documents issued by the Bank shall prevail over the earlier documents. In consideration of payment to be made by the employer to the Contractor as hereinafter mentioned, the Contractor hereby covenants with the employer to perform execute,

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complete and maintain the work in conformity in all respects with the provision of the contract. 5.5 The employer hereby covenants to pay the Contractor in consideration of the execution, completion and maintenance of the work such sums as shall become payable hereunder at the time(s) and in the manner prescribed in the said conditions and price schedule of quantities / bill of quantities prescribed in the contract. IN WITNESS whereof the parties hereto have caused their respective common seals to be hereunto affixed (or have hereunto set their respective hands and seals) the day, month and year first above written. All disputes arising out of or in connection with this agreement shall deemed to have arisen in Delhi and only the courts of Delhi shall have the jurisdiction to determine the same.

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SIGNED AND SEALED AND DELIVERED BY THE Said Said (Name) (Name) on behalf of the Contractor In the presence of Name: on behalf of the employer In the presence of Name

Address:

Address:

This form is included in the tender documents only for the information of the bidders. Only the successful bidder will be in due course, required to complete the form.

SECTION - VI GENERAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT Expect where provided for in the description of the individual items in the Schedule of quantities and in the specification and conditions laid down herein after and in the drawings, the work shall be carried as per standard specifications and under the directions of the Employer. 6.1 INTERPRETATION In construing these conditions, the specifications, the schedule of quantities, tender and agreement, the following words shall have the meaning herein assigned to them except where the subject of context otherwise requires : Employer: The term employer shall denote Punjab National Bank with their Head Office at 7, Bhikhaiji Cama Place, New Delhi, and any of its employees or representative authorized to act on their behalf. The Bank : The term Bank shall mean Punjab National Bank, the Employer. The Engineer in charge : The term means Engineer to the premises departments of the bank deployed to look after the work. Contractor: The term Contractor shall mean (name and address of the Contractor) and his/their heirs, legal representatives assigns and successors. Site : The site shall mean the site where the works are to be executed as shown within boundary on the Site Plan including any building and erections thereon allotted by the employer for the Contractor's use. Drawings : The work is to be carried out in accordance with drawings, specifications, the schedule of quantities and any further drawings, which may be supplied, or any other instruction, which may be given by the employer during the execution of the work. All the drawings relating to work given to the Contractor together with a copy of schedule of quantities are to be kept at site and Employer shall be given access to such drawings or schedule of quantities whenever necessary. In case any detailed drawings are necessary, Contractor shall prepare such detailed drawings and/or dimensional sketches therefore and have it confirmed by the employer prior to taking up such work. viii) The Contractor shall ask in writing for all clarifications on matters occurring anywhere in drawings, specifications and schedule of quantities or to additional instructions at least 10 days ahead from the time when it is required for implementations so that the Employer may be able to give decision thereon.

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"The Work" shall mean the work or works to be executed or done under this contract. "Act of Insolvency" shall mean any act as such as defined by the Presidency Towns Insolvency Act or Provincial Insolvency Act or any Amending Statutes. The Schedule Of Quantities" shall mean the schedule of quantities as specified and forming part of this contract. "Priced Schedule of quantities shall mean the schedule of quantities duly priced with the accepted quoted percentage of the Contract. Order of precedence for any ambiguity in the schedule of quantities, general conditions, special conditions, specifications and drawings for the Contractor shall be as per the decision of the Employer and the same will be binding on the Contractor, and shall be read as under in the decreasing order of importance. Schedule of Quantities. Drawings. Special Conditions. General Conditions. Standard (Technical) Specifications of Contract. C.P.W.D specifications. Bureau of Indian Standards specifications. State P.W.D./General Engineering Practice. Any ambiguity observed shall be brought to the notice of Employer and be executed after obtaining approval from the Employer. In case of any ambiguity between the above, the most stringent will follow.

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SCOPE The work consists of Allied Electrical works for 4 Nos. 300KVA UPS at Ground Floor of PNB HO Building,5- Sansad Marg, New Delhi in accordance with the "Drawings" and "Schedule of Quantities" is in the scope of this tender. It includes furnishing all materials, labour, tools and equipment and management necessary for, and incidental to, the construction and completion of the work. All work during its progress and upon completion shall conform to the lines, elevations and grades as shown on the drawings furnished by the Employer. Should any detail essential for efficient completion of the work be omitted from the drawings and specifications it shall be the responsibility of the Contractor to inform the Employer and to furnish and install such detail Employers concurrence, so that upon completion of the proposed work the same will be acceptable and ready for use. Employer may in their absolute discretion issue further drawings and / or written instructions, details direction and explanations, which are, hereafter collectively, referred to as the Employers instructions in regard to :

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The variation or modification of the design quality or quality of works or the addition or omission or substitution of any work. Any discrepancy in the drawing or between the schedule of quantities and / or drawings and / or specifications. The removal from the site of any defective materials brought thereon by the Contractor and the substitution of any other material thereof.

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The demolition / removal and / or re-execution of any work executed by the Contractors. The dismissal from the work of any persons employed thereupon. The opening up for inspection of any work covered up. The rectification and making good of any defects under clauses hereinafter mentioned and those arising during the maintenance period (retention period). The Contractor shall forthwith comply with and duly execute any work comprised in such Employers instructions, provided always that verbal instructions, directions and explanations given to the Contractors or his representative upon the works by the Employer shall if involving a variation be confirmed in writing to the Contractor within seven days. No works for which rates are not specifically mentioned in the priced schedule of quantities, shall be taken up without written permission of the Employer. Rates of items not mentioned in the priced schedule of quantities shall be fixed by the Employer as provided in clause Variations.

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VISIT OF SITE Intending Bidder shall visit the site and make himself thoroughly acquainted with the local site conditions, nature and requirements of the works, facilities of transport conditions, effective labour and materials, accesses and storage for materials and removal of rubbish. The Bidder shall provide in their tender for cost of carriage, freight and other charges as also for any special difficulties and including police restriction for transport etc. for proper execution of work as indicated in drawings. The successful Bidder will not be entitled to any claim of compensation for difficulties faced or losses incurred on account of any site conditions which existed before the commencement of the work or which in the opinion of the Employer might be deemed to have reasonably been inferred to be so existing before commencement of work. TENDERS The entire set of tender paper issued to the bidder should be submitted d u l y priced and also digitally signed. The schedule of quantities shall be filled in as follows :

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The rates column to be filled. The employer reserves the right to reject the lowest or any tender and also to discharge any or all of the tenders for each section or to split up and distribute any item of work to any specialist firm or firms, without assigning any reason. The bank reserves the right to accept the tender in full or in part and the bidder shall have no claim for revision of rate or other conditions if his tender is accepted in parts. The bidders should note that the tender is strictly on item rate basis and their attention is drawn to the fact that the rates for each and every item should be correct workable and self supporting. If called upon by the employer detailed analysis of any or all the rates shall be submitted by the Contractor. The employer shall not be bound to recognize the contractor's analysis.

The works will be paid for as "measured work" on the basis of actual work done and not as "lump sum" contract. All items of work described in the schedule of quantities are to be deemed and paid as complete works in all respects and details including preparatory and finishing works involved directly related to and reasonably detectable from the drawings, specifications a n d schedule of quantities and no further extra charges will be allowed in this connection. In the case of lump sum charges in the tender in respect of any item of works, the payment of such items of work will be made for the actual work done on the basis of lump sum charges as will be assessed to be payable by the Employer. The employer has power to add to, omit from any works as shown in drawings or described in specifications or included in schedule of quantities and intimate the same in writing but no addition, omission or variation shall be made by the Contractor without authorisation from the Employer, No variation shall vitiate the contract. The bidder shall note that his tender shall remain open for consideration for a period of 90 days from the date of opening of the tender (Price Bid). 6.5 AGREEMENT The successful Contractor may be required to sign agreement as may be drawn up to suit local conditions and shall pay for all stamps and legal expenses, incidental thereto. GOVERNMENT AND LOCAL RULES The Contractor shall confirm to the provisions of all local Bye-laws and acts relating to the work and to the regulations etc. of the Government and local authorities and of any company with whose system the structure is proposed to be connected. The Contractor shall give all notices required by said act, rules, regulations and Bye- laws etc. and pay all fees payable to such authorities for execution of the work involved. The cost if any shall be deemed to have been included in his quoted rates, taking into account all liabilities for licenses, fees for footpath encroachment and restorations etc. He shall indemnify the employer against such liabilities and shall defend all a c t i o n s a r i s i n g from such claims or liabilities. TAXES AND DUTIES The bidders must include in their tender prices quoted for all duties, royalties, cesses, labour cess, service tax, VAT, W.C.T. Sales tax or any other taxes or local charges, as applicable. However VAT shall be deducted at source at the specific rate in Delhi legislative, if applicable. The certificate in respect of TDS shall be issued by the Bank as per rule. Any variation in taxes and duties and/or imposing any new taxes and duties during currency of contract or extended period shall be borne by the bidder. No c l a i m whatsoever on this account shall be entertained. PROVISIONAL SUM (P.S.) All provisional sums described in the schedule of quantities as P.S. shall be exclusively allotted to the purchase of materials and not for any handling and fixing to be done by the Contractor. Such cost of handling and fixing with profit (including transport charges if required) shall be separately included in the contract price as described in the schedule of quantities. The disposal of the amounts covered under this head will be absolutely at the discretion of the employer. Contractor is to make payments for these materials to the suppliers on certificate or order issued by the employer and realize them through his bills from the employer.

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QUANTITY OF WORK TO BE EXECUTED The quantities shown in the schedule of quantities are intended to cover works mentioned in this tender b u t the Employer reserves the right to execute only a part or the whole o r any excess thereof without assigning any r e a s o n therefore.

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OTHER PERSONS ENGAGED BY THE EMPLOYER The employer reserves the right to execute any part of the work included in this contract or any work which is not included in this contract by other agency or persons and Contractor shall allow all reasonable facilities and use of his scaffolding for the execution of such work.

6.11 EARNEST MONEY AND SECURITY DEPOSIT The bidder will have to deposit an amount of Rs.50,000.00 (Rs. fifty thousand only) in the form of Bank draft drawn in favour of Punjab National Bank at the time of submission of tender as an Earnest Money. The employer is not liable to pay any interest on the Earnest Money. The Earnest Money of the unsuccessful bidders will be refunded without any interest soon after the decision to award the work is taken. The successful bidder to whom the contract is awarded will have to deposit an initial security deposit, a further sum to make up 2 % of the value of the accepted tender including the E a r n e s t Money. The initial Security Deposit will have to be made by t h e Contractor to the Bank with in 7 days of a c c e p t a n c e o f a w a r d letter, failing w h i c h the employer at his discretion may revoke the letter of acceptance and forfeit the earnest money deposit furnished along with the tender. The initial security deposit shall be accepted in the form of Demand draft n o t b y Bank G u a r a n t e e . The initial security deposit will be refunded to the C o n t r a c t o r within f o u r t e e n days after t h e i s s u e of certificate of virtual completion. Apart from the initial security deposit made as above, retention money shall be deducted from the progressive running bills at 8% of the gross value of each running bill. However the retention money on secured advance payable will not be deducted. The retention amount will be refunded to the Contractor thirty days after the defect liability period is over provided the Contractor has satisfactorily carried out all the works and attended to all the defects in accordance with the conditions of contract. No interest is allowed on retention Money. 6.12 CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE EVERYTHING NECESSARY The Contractor shall provide everything necessary for the proper execution of work according to the intent and meaning of the drawings, schedule of quantities and specifications taken together whether the same may or may not be particularly shown or described therein provided that the same can reasonably be inferred there from and if the Contractor finds any discrepancies therein, he shall immediately and in writing refer the same to the employer whose decision shall be final and binding. The rates quoted against individual items will be inclusive of everything necessary to complete the said items of work within the contemplation of the contract and beyond the unit price. No extra payments will be allowed for incidental or contingent work, labour and/or materials inclusive of all taxes and duties whatsoever except for specific taxes, if any, stipulated in the tender documents.

The Contractor shall supply, fix and maintain at his own cost for the execution of work, all tools tackles, machinery and equipment and all the necessary centering, scaffolding, fencing, boarding, watching and lighting by night as well as by day required not only for the proper execution and protection of the said work but also for the protection of the public and safety of any adjacent roads, streets, walls, houses, buildings all other erections, matters and things and Contractor shall take down and remove any or all such centering, scaffolding, planking, timbering, strutting, shoring etc. as occasion shall be required or when ordered to do so and shall fully reinstate and matters and things distributed during the execution of works to the satisfaction of the Employer The Contractor shall at all times give access to workers employed on the buildings . by the Employer or any men

6.13 TIME OF COMPLETION, EXTENSION OF TIME & PROGRESS CHART 6.13.1 Time of completion The entire work is to be completed in all respects within the stipulated period. Time is the essence of the contract and shall be strictly observed by the Contractor. The work shall not be considered as completed until the Employer have certified in writing that work has been completed and the defects liability period shall commence from the date of such certificate. 6.13.2 Extension of Time If, in the opinion of the Employer the works be delayed By reason of any exceptionally inclement weather or By reason of instruction from the employer in consequence of proceedings taken of threatened by or disputes, with adjoining or neighboring owners or By the works, or delay, of other contractors or tradesmen engaged or nominated by the Employer and not referred to in the specification or By reason of authorized extra and additions or By reason of any combination of workmen or strikes or lock-out effecting any of the building trades or. From other causes which the employer may consider are beyond the control of the Contractor, the Employer at the completion of the time allowed for the contract, shall make fair & reasonable extension of the time for completion in respect therefore. In the event of the Employer failing to give possession of the site upon the day specified above the time of completion shall be extended suitably. In case of such strikes or lock-outs, as are referred to above, the Contractor, shall immediately give the employer, written notice thereof. Nevertheless, the Contractor shall use his best endeavors all that to prevent delay, and shall do all that may be reasonably required, to the satisfaction of the employer to proceed with the works and on his doing so that it will be ground of consideration by the employer for an extension of time as above provided. The decision of Employer as to the period to allowed for an extension of time for completion hereunder (Which decision shall be final and binding on the Contractor) shall be promulgated at the conclusion of such strike or lock-out and the employer shall then, in the event of an extension being granted, determine and declare the final completion date. The provision in clause 6.14 with respect to payment of liquidated damages shall, in such case, be read and construed as if the extended date fixed by the employer were substituted for and the damage shall be deducted accordingly.

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6.13.3 Progress of work During the period of installation the Contractor shall maintain proportionate progress on the basis of a programmed chart submitted by the Contractor immediately before commencement of work and agreed to by the Employer . Contractor should also include planning for procurement for scarce material well in advance and reflect the same in the programmed chart so that there is no delay in completion of project. 6.14 LIQUIDATED DAMAGES Should the work be not completed to the satisfaction of the Employer within the stipulated period, the Contractor shall be bound to pay to the employer a sum calculated as given below by way of liquidated damages and not as penalty during which the work remains un commenced or unfinished after the expiry of the completion date. 1% of the tendered amount shown in the tender per week subject to ceiling of 10% of the accepted contracted sum but not exceeding the total S.D. of the contract ( I.S.D + Retention Money). 6.15 TOOLS, STORAGE OF MATERIAL, PROTECTIVE WORKS AND SITE OFFICE REQUIREMENTS The Contractor shall provide, fix-up and maintain in an approved position proper office accommodation for the contractor's representative and staff, which offices shall be open at all reasonable hours to receive instruction, notices or communication and clear away on completion of the work and make good all work disturbed. All drawings maintained on the site are to be carefully mounted on boards of appropriate size and covered with a coat of approved varnish. They are to be protected from ravages of termites, ants and other insects. The Contractor shall provide at site at his own cost all artificial light required for the work and to enable his workers and sub-contractors to complete the work within the specified time. Protective Measures The Contractor from the time of being placed in possession of the site must make suitable arrangements for watching, lighting and protecting the work, the site and surrounding property by day, by night, on all days including Sundays and other holidays. Contractor shall indemnify the employer against any possible damage to the building, roads, or member of the public in course of execution of the work. Tools All tools and instruments found necessary on the works shall be provided by the Contractor for the due performance of this contract as instructed by the site engineer All measuring tapes shall be of steel and suitable scaffolding and ladders that maybe required for safety taking measurements and shall be supplied by the Contractor. The site engineer will use any or all measuring instruments or tools belonging to the Contractor as he chooses for checking the works executed or being executed on the contract. The Contractor should cover in his rates for making provisions for all reasonable facilities for the use of his scaffolding, tools and plants etc. by sub-Contractors for their work.

6.16 NOTICE AND PATENTS OF APPROPRIATE AUTHORITY AND OWNERS The Contractor shall confirm to the provisions or any acts of the legislature relating to the work, and to the regulations and by-laws of any authorities, and / or any water, lighting and other companies, and / or authorities with whose system the structures were proposed to have constructed and shall before making any variation from the drawings or specifications that may be associated to so confirm, give the Employer written notice, specify the variations proposed to be made and the reasons for making them and apply for instructions thereon. the Employer on receipt of such intimation shall give a decision with a reasonable time. The Contractors shall arrange to give all notices required for by the said acts, regulations or Bylaws to be given to any authority, and to pay to such authority or to any public officer all fees that may be properly chargeable in respect of the work and lodge the receipts with the Employer The Contractor shall indemnify the Employer against all claims in respect of patent rights, royalties, and damages to buildings, roads or member of public in course of execution of work and shall defend all actions arising from such claims and shall keep the Employer saved harmless and indemnified in all respects from such actions, costs and expenses. 6.17 CLEARING SITE AND SETTING OUR WORKS The site shown on the plan shall be cleared of all obstruction, of all kinds after dismantling of cooling towers and piping. The Contractor shall set out the works and shall be responsible for the true and perfect setting out of the work and for the correctness of the positions, levels, dimensions and alignment of all parts thereof. If at any time, any error shall appear during the progress of any parts of the works the Contractor shall at his own expenses rectify such error, if called upon to the satisfaction of the Employer. The Contractor shall further set out the work to the alternative positions at the site until one is finally approved and the rates quoted in his tender should include for this and no extra on this account will be entertained. 6.18 CONTRACTOR IMMEDIATELY from the site. TO REMOVE ALL OFFENSIVE MATTERS

The Contractor shall keep the surroundings of w o r k places f r e e from water, debris and excess / waste materials at his own expenses Electrical or other power driven equipment to the satisfaction of the Employer for the purpose, until the plant is handed over to the Employer. The Contractor shall arrange for the disposal of the same so accumulated to the satisfaction of the Employer and the local authority and no claims will be entertained afterwards if he does not include in his rates for the purpose. 6.19 ACCESS Any authorized representative of the Employer shall at all reasonable times have free access to the works and / or to the workshops, factories or other places where materials are being prepared or constructed for the work and also to any place where the materials are lying or from where they are being obtained, and the Contractor shall give every facility to the Bank or their representatives necessary for inspection and examination and test of the materials and workmanship. Except the representatives of the Employer, no person shall be allowed at any time without the written permission of the Employer.

6.20 MATERIALS, WORKMANSHIP, SAMPLES, TESTING OF MATERIALS All the works specified and provided for in the specification or which may be required to be done in order to perform and complete any part thereof shall be executed in the best and most workman like manner with materials of the best and approved quality of the respective kinds in accordance with the particulars contained in and implied by the specifications and as represented by the drawings or according to such other additional particulars and instructions as may from time to time be given by the Employer during the execution of the work, and to his entire satisfaction. If required by the Employer the Contractor shall have to carry out tests on materials and workmanship in approved materials testing laboratories or as prescribed by the Employer at his own cost to prove that the materials etc. under test confirming to the relevant IS standards or as specified in the specifications. The necessary charges for preparation of sample, transporting, testing etc. shall have to be borne by the Contractor. No extra payment on this account would in any case be entertained. All the materials (except where otherwise described) stores and equipment required for the full performance of the work under the contract must be provided through normal channels and must include charge for import duties, sales taxes, octroi and other charges and must be the best of their kind available and contractors must be entirely responsible for the proper and efficient carrying out of the work. The work must be done in the best workman like manner. Samples of all materials to be used must be submitted to the Employer when so directed by the Engineer and written approval from Employer must be obtained prior to placement of order. During the inclement weather the Contractor shall suspend works for such times as the Employer may direct and shall protect from injury all work during course of execution. Any damage (during construction) to any part of the work for any reason due to rain, storm or neglect of Contractor shall be rectified by the Contractor in an approved manner at no extra cost to bank. Should the work be suspended by reason of rain, strike, lock-outs or any other cause, the Contractor shall take all precautions necessary for the protection of work and at his own expense shall make good any damage arising from any of these causes. The Contractor shall cover up and protect from damage, from any cause, all new work and supply all temporary doors, protection to windows, and any other requisite protection for the execution of the work whether by himself or special tradesmen or sub-Contractor and any damage caused must be made good by the Contractor at his own expenses.

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REMOVAL OF IMPROPER WORK The Employer shall during the progress of the work have power to order in writing from time to time the removal from the work within such reasonable time or times as may be specified in the order of any materials which in the opinion of the Employer are not in accordance with specification or instructions, the substitution or proper re-execution of any work executed with materials or workmanship not in accordance with the drawings and specifications or instruction. In case the Contractor refuses to comply with the order the Employer shall have the power to employ and pay other agencies to carry out the work and all expenses consequent thereon or incidental there to as certified by the Employer shall be borne by the Contractor or may be deducted from any money due to or that may become due to the Contractor.

6.22 SITE ENGINEER The term Site Engineer shall mean the person posted at site by Employer to superintend the work. The Contractor shall afford the Site Engineer every facility and assistance for examining the works and materials for checking and measuring work and materials. The site

Engineer shall have no power to revoke, alter, enlarge or relax any requirements of the Contractor or to sanction any day work, additions, alterations, deviations, or omissions or any extra work whatever, except in so far as such authority may be specially conferred by a written order of the Employer. The Site Engineer shall have power to give notice to the Contractor or to his foreman of nonapproval of any work or materials and such work shall be suspended or the use of such materials shall be discontinued until the decision of the Employer is obtained. The work will from time to time be examined by the Engineer from the premises department of the Employer and the Site Engineer, if any, but such examination shall not in any way exonerate the contractor from the obligation to remedy and defects which may be found to exist at any stage of the work or after the same is complete. Subject to the limitations of this clause the Contractor shall take instruction only from the Employer. 6.23 CONTRACTORS EMPLOYEES The Contractor shall employ technically qualified and competent supervisors for the work who shall be available (by turn) througho ut the working hours to receive and comply with instructions of the Employer The Contractor shall engage at least one experienced Engineer as Site-in-Charge for execution of the work. The Contractor shall employ in connection with the work persons having the appropriate skill or ability to perform their job efficiently. The Contractor shall employ local labourers on the work as far as possible. No labourer below the age of sixteen years and who is not a Indian national shall be employed on the work. Any Labourer supplied by the Contractor to be engaged on the work on day work basis either wholly or partly under the direct order or control of the Employer or his Representative shall be deemed to be a person employed by the Contractor. The Contractor shall comply with the provisions of all labour legislations including the requirements of :a) b) c) d) e) f) g) The payment of Wages Act Employers Liability Act Workmens Compensation Act Contract labour (Regulation 7 Abolition ) Act, 1970 and Central Rules 1974. Apprentices Act 1961 Minimum Wages Act Any other Act or enactment relating thereto and rules framed thereunder form time to time.

The Contractor shall keep the Employer saved, harmless and indemnified against claims if any of the workmen or any other person and all costs and expenses as any be incurred by the Employer in connection with any claim that may be made by any workman or any other person.

The Contractor shall comply at his own cost with the order of requirement of any health officer of the State or any Local Authority or of the Employer regarding the maintenance of proper environmental sanitation of the area where the Contractors labourers are housed or accommodated, for the prevention of small pox, cholera, plague, typhoid, malaria and other contagious disease. The Contractor shall provide maintain and keep in good sanitary condition adequate sanitary accommodation and provide facilities for pure drinking water at all times for the use of men engaged on the works and shall remove and clear away the same on completion of the work. Adequate precautions shall be taken by the Contractor to prevent nuisance of any kind on the works or the lands adjoining the same. The Contractors shall arrange to provide first-aid treatment to the labourers engaged on the works. He shall within 24 hours of the occurrence of any accident at or about the site or in connection with execution of the works, report such accident to the employer and also to the competent authority where such report is required by law. 6.24 DISMISSAL OF WORKMEN The Contractor shall in the request of the Employer immediately dismiss from works any person employed thereon by him who may in the opinion of the Employer be unsuitable or incompetent or who may misconduct himself. Such discharges shall not be the basis of claim for compensation or damages against the Employer or any of their officers or employee. 6.25 ASSIGNMENT The whole of the works included in the contract shall be executed by the Contractor and the Contractor shall not directly or indirectly transfer, assign or underlet the Contract or any part, share or interest therein nor, shall take a new partner without written consent of the Employer and no subletting shall relieve the Contractor from the full and entire responsibility of the contract or from active superintendence of the work during their progress.

6.26 DAMAGE TO PERSONS AND PROPERTY INSURANCE ETC. The Contractor shall be responsible for all injury to the worker or workmen or persons, animals or things and for all damages to the project works, materials, equipment, structural and / or decorative part of property which may arise from the operations or neglect of himself or of any sub-Contractor or any of his or a sub-Contractors employees whether such injury or damage arise from carelessness, accident or any other cause whatsoever in any way connected with the carrying out of this contract. The clause shall be held to include inter-alia any damage to buildings whether immediately adjacent or otherwise and any damage to roads, streets, foot paths or ways as well as damages caused to the buildings and the works forming the subject of this contract by rain, wind or other inclemency of the weather. The Contractor shall indemnify the Employer and hold harmless in respect of all and any expenses arising from any such injury or damages to persons or property as aforesaid and also in respect of any claim made in respect of injury or damage under any acts of compensation or damage consequent upon such claim The Contractor shall reinstate, rectify and remedy all damages of every sort mentioned in this clause so as to deliver the whole of the contract works complete and perfect in every respect and so as to make good or otherwise satisfy all claims for damages to the property or third part The Contractor shall effect the insurance necessary and indemnify the Employer entirely from all responsibility in this respect. The insurance must be placed with company approved by the Employer and must be effected jointly in the name of the Contractor and the Employer and the policy lodged with the latter. The scope of insurance is to include damage or loss to the contract itself till this is made over in a complete state. Insurance is compulsory and must be affected for the

very initial stage. The Contractor s h a l l also be responsible for anything, which may be excluded from the damage to any property arising out of incidents, negligence or defective carrying out of this contract. The Employer shall be at liberty and hereby empowered to deduct the amount of any damages, compensations, costs, charges and expenses arising or accruing from or in respect of any such claim or damages from any sums including the total security deposit due or to become due to the Contractor. 6.27 INSURANCE Unless otherwise instructed the Contractor shall insure the works for all risk (include fire, flood, earthquake & third party) of the Contractor for total tender value and keep them insured until the virtual completion of the contract against any loss or damage of the material and of project. The insurance must be placed with a company approved by the Employer in the joint names of the Employer and the Contractor for such amount and for any further sum if called to do so by the Employer. The premiums of such further sum being allowed to the Contractor as an authorized extra. The Contractor shall deposit the policy and receipt premium paid with the Employer within twentyone days from the date of issue of work order unless otherwise instructed. In default of the Contractor insuring as provided above the Employer on his behalf may so insure and may deduct the premiums paid from any money due, or which may become due to the Contractor. The Contractor shall as soon as the claim under the policy is settled or the work reinstated by Insurance Company should they elect to do so, proceed with due diligence with the completion of the works in the same manner as though the fire has not occurred and in all respects under the conditions of the contract. The Contractor in case of rebuilding or reinstatement after fire shall be entitled to extension of time for completion, as the Employer may deem fit. 6.28 ACCOUNTS RECEIPT & VOUCHERS The Contractor shall, upon the request of the Employer furnish them with all the invoices, accounts, receipts and other vouchers that they may required in connection with the works under this contract. If the Contractor shall use materials less than what he is required under the contract, the value of the difference in the quantity of the materials he was required to use and that he actually used shall be deducted from his dues. The decision of the Employer shall be final and binding on the Contractor as to the amount of materials. The Contractor is required to use for any work under this contract. 6.29 Before taking any measurement of any work the Site Engineer or a subordinate deputed by him shall give reasonable notice to the Contr actor . If t he Contractor fails to attend at the measurements a f t e r such notice or fails to countersign or to record the difference within a week from the date of measurement in the manner required by the Site Engineer then in any such event the measurements taken by the Site Engineer or by the subordinate deputed by him as the case may be is final and binding on the Contractor and the Contractor shall have no right to dispute the same.

6.30 PAYMENTS All bills shall be submitted by the Contractor in the form prescribed by the Employer. Normally one interim bill shall be prepared each month subject to minimum value for interim certificate as stated in these documents. The bills in proper forms must be duly accompanied by detailed measurements in support of the q u a n t I t I e s of work done and must show deductions for all previous payments, retention money etc. The bill shall be checked at site by Site Engineer shall issue a certificate after due scrutiny of the Contractors bill which may be further verified by the Employer and the Contractor shall be entitled to payment thereo f within the period of honouring certificates named in these documents, as per final verified amount by the Employer. In case of delay an Adhoc advance of 75% of the billed amount /assessed work done may be paid on the request of the Contractor for the smooth progress of work at the sole discretions of the Bank.

The amount as stated in an interim certificate shall be the total value of work properly executed and secured advance on the materials as described under the heading of secured advance less the amount to be retained by the Employer as retention Money vide clause 6.11 of these conditions and less installments previously paid under these conditions, provided the such certificate shall only include the value of said material and goods as and from such time as they are reasonably, properly and not prematurely brought to or placed adjacent to the work and then only if adequately protected against whether or other casualties. The Employer will deduct retention money as described in Clause 6 .11 of these Conditions. The refund of retention money will be made as specified in the said clause. If the Employer had supplied any materials or goods to the Contractor, the cost of any such materials or goods will be progressively deducted from the amount due to the Contractor in accordance with the quantities consumed in the work. All the interim payments shall be regarded as payment by way of advance against the final payments only and not as payments for work actually done and completed and shall not preclude the requiring of bad unsound and imperfect of unskilled work to be removed and taken away and reconstructed or re-erected or to be considered as an admission of the due performance of the contract or any part thereof in any respect or the accruing of any claim, nor shall, it conclude determine or affect in any way the powers of the Employer under these conditions or any of them as to the final settlement and adjustment of the accounts or otherwise or in any other way vary or affect the contract. The final bill shall be submitted by the Contractor within one month of the date fixed for completion of the work or of the date of certificate of virtual completion furnished by Employer and payment shall be made within three months. 6.31 SECURED ADVANCE FOR MATERIAL AT SITE The secured advance will be paid up to an amount not exceeding 75% of the invoiced value of the materials, (The amount of secured advance should not exceed 75% of the material element cost in the tendered rate of the finished item of work subject to ceiling of 65% of quoted rates) brought to site for permanent incorporation into the work up to the date of bill on production of supporting bills / vouchers. The secured advance on the non-perishable materials will be paid on execution of the indemnity bond/bank guarantee. The remaining stages of the payment shall as under: a) 85% of contract value against installation after adjustment of secured advance as mentioned above. b) 95% of contract value against testing, commissioning mentioned above. after adjustment of a) as

c)100% of contract value against handing over of work after adjustment of b) as mentioned above. 6.32 FINAL PAYMENTS The period of Final Measurements will be 1 Month from date of Completion. The final bill shall be accompanied by a certificate of completion from the Employer, payments of final bill shall be made after deduction of Retention Money as specified in clause 6 .11 of these condition, which sum shall be refunded after the completion of the Defects liability period a n d r e c t i f i c a t i o n i f d e f e c t s t o t h e e n t i r e s a t i s f a c t i o n o f the Employer. The acceptance of payments of the final bill by the Contractor would indicate that he would have no further claiming respect of the work executed.

6.33 VARIATION / DEVIATIONS The Contractor may when authorized and shall, when directed in writing by the Employer add or omit, or vary the works shown in the drawings or described in the specifications or included in the priced schedule of the quantities. The Contractor on his own accord shall make no addition omission or variation without such authorization of direction. A verbal authorization of direction by the Employer shall when confirmed correctly by the Contractor in writing within 3 days shall be deemed to have been given in writing. The Contractor shall send to the E m p l o ye r once in every month a statement giving particulars, as full and detailed as possible, of all claims for any additional payment to which the Contractor may consider himself entitled and of all extra or additional work ordered by the Employer which he has executed during the preceding month. No interim claim for payment for any such work or expense, will be considered which has not been included in such a statement provided always that the Contractor shall be entitled after taking Employers sanction to authorize payment to be made for any such work or expense, notwithstanding the Contractors failure to comply with this condition. The rates for additional, altered substituted work shall be arrived at in accordance with the following rules :i) The net rates or prices in the contract schedule shall determine the valuation of (the rates for) the extra work (items) where such extra work is of similar character and is executed under similar conditions as the work prices therein. ii) If the rates for the extra altered or substituted or (deviated) work are not provided for (available) in the schedule of quantities, they shall, to the extent possible be derived out of rate given in that schedule for similar or near similar items. For the purpose of such deviation, where necessary and when so directed, the Contractor shall furnish detailed analysis for the said similar or near similar items in the contract schedule. For such portions of the analysis, for the extra, altered or substituted (deviated) work for which prices cannot be abstracted from the corresponding analysis of rates for the said similar or near similar items in the contract schedule, market rates sustained by purchase bill / vouchers dependable printed price schedule of materials of different type shall be adopted, using factors and constant for quantum of materials, labour, T&P and sundries, from standard analysis of rates adopted by the CPWD, and adding 15% towards profit & overheads and taxes When called upon to do so, the Contractor shall submit the required purchase bills / vouchers. In respect of contract which incorporates more than one schedule, the rate applicable in case (I) above if not provided for in the Schedule pertaining to the work in which the addition, alteration or substitution (deviation) occurs shall be taken as the lowest applicable rate in other schedules. Similarly in case (ii) above if similar in near similar items cannot be found in the schedule pertaining to the work in which the addition, alteration or substitution (deviation) occurs, similar or near similar items from the other schedule shall be adopted. In the case of additional, altered substituted (deviated) for which rates cannot be reasonably be derived as at (ii) and (iii) above, the rates shall be worked out adopting market prices, substantiated by purchase bills / vouchers using factors and constants for quantum of materials, labour, T&P and sundries from standard analysis of rates adopted by the CPWD and adding 15% t o w a r d s profit & overheads and taxes. When called upon to do so the Contractors shall submit his purchase bills / vouchers to the Employer.

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The question as to what particular items, being similar or near similar to the additional, altered or substituted (deviated) work in the contract schedule are to be adopted for deviation of rates for the additional, altered for substituted deviated work and whether the said rates cannot be derived from similar or near similar items in the contract schedule will decided by the Employer. In case (ii) to (iv) the Contractor is required to submit his analysis of rates adopting the principles enunciated, after scrutinizing the analysis any other papers furnished will allow such rates as he considers reasonable after obtaining Employers sanctions Where extra work is of such a nature that it cannot be properly measured or valued, the Contractor shall be allowed day work priced at the net rates stated in the tender or the priced schedule of quantities or if not so stated then in accordance with the minimum local day work rates and wage for the district notified by the concerned authority provided that in either case if required by the Employer, vouchers, muster rolls and other documents, required for proper verification of the labour employed and the materials deployed on the said work and the costs thereof be delivered to the site Engineer or his representative on or before the end of the week following that in which work has been executed. The question as to whether extra work is of such nature that it cannot be properly measured or valued will be decided by the Employer. The margin to be allowed on actual costs to the Contractor towards profit and overhead shall be 15% and taxes.

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6.34

DEVIATION LIMIT FOR TENDER QUANTITIES UPTO 25% The tender rates shall hold good for any increase in the tendered quantities up to variation of 25%. In case tender quantities of an individual item exceeds the deviation limit of 25% the rates for the excess quantities over and above the deviation limit shall be payable as per market rates analysis, sustained by purchase vouchers / bill using constant only of materials, Labour, T&P etc. from all Indian Standard analysis of rates published by NBO/DAR with 15% towards Contractors profit. & Overheads and taxes. For non-schedule items, constant of material, labour, T&P etc. shall be decided by the Engineer in charge of Employer, based on the actual observation at site.

6.35 SUBSTITUTION Should the Contractor desire to substitute any materials and workmanship, he/they must obtain the approval of the Employer in writing for any such substitution well in advance. Materials designated in this specification indefinitely by such terms as Equal or other approved etc. etc., specific approval of the Employer has to be obtained in writing. 6.36 PREPARATION OF BUILDING WORKS FOR OCCUPATION AND USE ON COMPLETION The whole of the work will be thoroughly inspected by the Contractor and deficiencies and defects put right. On completion of such inspection and Contractor shall inform the Employer that he has completed the work and it is ready for inspection. On completion, the Contractor shall clean all equipments and do the painting work etc. He will leave the entire installation neat and clean and ready for immediate use and to the satisfaction of the Bank. 6.37 CLEARING SITE ON COMPLETION On completion of the works, the Contractor shall clear away and remove from the site all constructional plant, surplus materials, rubbish and temporary works of every kind and leave6the whole of the site and the works clean and in a workman like condition to the satisfaction of the Employer.

6.38 DEFECTS AFTER COMPLETION The defects liability period (D.L.P.) shall commences from the certified date of Virtual Completion issued by the Employer. The Contractor shall make good at his own cost and to the satisfaction of the Employer all defects, shrinkage settlements or other faults which may appear within 12 months after completion of the work. In default, the Employer may employ and pay other persons to amend and make good such damages, losses and expenses consequent thereon or incidental thereto shall be made good and borne by the Contractor and such damages, losses and expenses shall be recoverable from him by the employer or may be deducted by the Employer, in lieu of such amending and making good by the Contractor, deduct from any money due to the Contractor a sum equivalent to the cost of amending such work and in the event of the amount retained being insufficient. recover that balance form the Contractor from the amount retained under clause no. 6.11 together with any expense the Employer may have incurred in connection therewith. 6.39 CONCEALED WORK The Contractor shall give due notice to the Employer whenever any work is to be buried in the earth, concrete or in the bodies of walls or otherwise becoming inaccessible later on, in order that the work may be inspected and correct dimensions taken before such burial, in default whereof the same shall, at the option of the employer be either open up for measurement at the Contractors expense or no payment may be made for such materials. Should any dispute or difference arise after the execution of any work as to measurements etc., or other matters which cannot be conveniently tested or checked, the notes of the Employer shall be accepted as correct and binding on the Contractor. 6.40 PRICE VARIATION ADJUSTMENT The quoted rate shall be firm through out contract period or extension of time if any granted and shall not be subjected to any variation in prices of material, labour, taxes, duties etc.

6.41 IDLE LABOUR Whatever the reasons may be, no claim for idle labour, additional establishment cost of hire and labour charges of tools and plants would be entertained under any circumstances. 6.42 SUSPENSIONS If the Contractor, except on account of any legal restraint upon the Employer preventing the continuance of the work, abandons, suspends work or in the opinion of the Employer, the Contractor neglects or fails to proceed with due diligence in the performance of his part of the contract, the Employer shall have the power to give notice in writing to the Contractor requiring the work be proceeded within a reasonable manner and with reasonable dispatch, such notices purport to be a notice under this clause. After such notice shall have been given the Contractor shall not be at liberty to remove from the site of the works or from any ground contiguous thereto any plant or materials to subsist from the date of such notice being given until the notice shall have been complied with. if the Contractor shall fail for 7 (seven) days after such notice has been given to proceed with the works as therein prescribed, the Employer may proceed as provided in clauses 6.43 (Termination of contract by Employer). 6.43 TERMINATION OF CONTRACT BY EMPLOYER In the following circumstances/ events the contract will be terminated by the employer:1. If the Contractor being the company go into liquidating whether voluntary or compulsory. 2. Being a firm shall be dissolved. 3. Being an individual:

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Shall be adjudicated insolvent. Shall make an arrangement or a composition for the benefit of the greater part, in number of amount of his creditors. Shall enter into a deed or arrangement with his creditors. If the official assignee in insolvency or receiver of the contractor in insolvency, shall repudiate the contract. If receiver of the contractors firm appointed by the court shall be unable to Within 14 days after notice to him requiring him to do so, to show to the reasonable satisfaction of the employer that he is able to carrying out and fulfill the contract and if so required by the employer to give reasonable security therefore. If the contractor: Shall suffer execution to be issued Shall suffer any payment under this contract to be attached by or on behalf of and of the creditors of the contractor Shall assign, charge or encumber this contract or any payment due or which become due to the contractor hereunder Shall neglect or fail to observe and perform all or any of the acts, matters of things by this contract, to be observed and performed by the Contractor within three clear days after the notice shall have been given to the Contractor in manner hereinafter mentioned requiring the Contractor to observe or perform the same Shall use improper materials or workmanship in carrying on the works Shall in the opinion of the Employer not exercise such due diligence and make such due progress as would enable the work to be completed within due time agreed upon, and shall fail to proceed to the satisfaction of the Employer after three clear days notice requiring the Contractor so to do shall have been given to the Contractor as hereinafter mentioned, Shall abandon the contract then and in any of the said cases. The bank may notwithstanding previous waiver determine the contract by a notice in wiring to the effect as hereinafter mentioned, but without thereby effecting the powers of the employer & the obligations & liabilities of the contractor the whole of which shall continue in force as fully as if the contract, had not been so determined and as if the works subsequently executed had been executed by or on behalf of the contract (without thereby creating any trust in favor of the contractor). Further the employer or his agent, or servant: a) may enter upon and take possession of the work and all plants, tools, scaffoldings, sheds, machinery, steam and other power utensils and materials lying upon premises or the adjoining lands or roads and sell the same as his own property may employ the same by means of his own servants and workmen in carrying on and completing the works by employing any other Contractors or other persons or person to complete the works and the Contractor shall not in any way interrupt or do any act, matter of thing to prevent or hinder such other Contractors or other persons or persons employed for completing and finishing or using the materials and plants for the works.

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When the works shall be completed, or as soon thereafter as conveniently may be, the Employer shall give notice in writing to the Contractor to remove his surplus materials and plants, and should the Contractor fail to do so within a period of 14 days after receipt of the notice by him, the Employer may sell the same by public auction and shall give credit to the Contractor for the amount so released. Any expenses or losses incurred by the employer in getting the works carried out by other Contractors shall be adjusted against the amount payable to the Contractor by way of selling his tools and plants, or due on account of work carried out by the Contractor prior to engaging other Contractors or against the Security Deposit. 6.44 ARBITRATION All disputes arising out of or in connection with this agreement shall deemed to have arisen in Delhi and only the courts of Delhi shall have the jurisdiction to determine the same. All disputes or differences of any kind whatsoever which shall at any time arise between the parties hereto touching or concerning the works or the execution or maintenance thereof of this contract or the rights touching or concerning the works or the execution of maintenance thereof this contract or the construction remaining operation or effect thereof or to the rights or liabilities of the parties or arising out of or in relation there to whether during or after determination for closure or breach of the contract (other than those in respect of which the decision of any person is by the contract expressed to the final and binding )shall after written notice by either party to the contract to the other of them and to the Employer hereinafter mentioned be referred for adjudication to a sole arbitrator to be appointed as hereinafter provided. For the purpose of appointing the sole Arbitrator referred to above, the Employer will send within thirty days of receipt of the notice, to the Contractor a panel of three names of persons who shall be presently unconnected with the organization for which the work is executed. The Contractor shall on receipt of the names as aforesaid, select any one of the persons named to be appointed as a sole Arbitrator and communicate his name to the Employer within thirty days of receipt of the names. The Employer shall thereupon without any delay appoint the said person as the Sole Arbitrator. If the Contractor fails to communicate such selection as provided above within the period specified, the component authority shall make the selection and appoint the selected person as the Sole Arbitrator. If the Employer fails to send to the Contractor the panel of three names as aforesaid within the period specified, the Contractor shall send to the Employer a panel of three names of persons who shall all be unconnected with either party. The Employer shall on receipt of the names as aforesaid select any one of the persons named and get appointed him as a Sole Arbitrator. If the Employer fails to select the person and appoint him as the Sole Arbitrator within 30 days of receipt of the panel and inform the Contractor accordingly, the Contractor shall be entitled to appoint one of the person from the panel as the Sole Arbitrator and communicate his name to the Employer. It is also a term of contract that if the contractor does not make any demand of arbitrator in respect of any claim, within 90 days of receiving the intimation from the bank that the final bill is ready for payment, the claim, if any received after 90 days period, shall be absolutely barred from reference to the arbitrator. If the Arbitrator so appointed is unable or unwilling to act or resign his appointment or vacates his office due to any reason whatsoever another Sole Arbitrator shall be appointed as aforesaid.

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The work under the contract shall however continue during the Arbitration proceedings & no payments due or payable to the Contractor shall be withheld on account of such proceedings. The Arbitrator shall be deemed to have entered on the reference on the date he issues notice to both the parties fixing the date of the first hearing. The Arbitrator may from time to time with the consent of the parties enlarge the time for making and publishing the award. The Arbitrator shall give a separate award in respect of each dispute or difference referred to him. The Arbitrator shall decide each dispute in accordance with the terms of the contract and give a reasoned award. The venue of Arbitration shall be such place as may be fixed by Arbitrator on his sole discretion. The fees, if any, of the Arbitrator shall, if required to be paid before the award is made and published, be paid half and half by each of the parties. The costs of the reference and of the award including the fees, if any, of the Arbitrator who may direct to and by whom in what manner such costs or any part thereof shall be paid and may fix or settle the amount of cost to be so paid. The award to the Arbitrator shall be final and binding on both the parties. Subject to aforesaid the provisions of the Arbitration & Consolidation Act 1996 or any statutory modification or reenactment thereof and the rules made there under and for the time being enforce, shall apply to the Arbitration proceeding under this clause. The Employer and Contractor hereby also agree that arbitration under clause shall be a condition precedent to any right to action under the contract with regard to the matters hereby/ expressly agreed to be so referred arbitration. 6.45 EXCEPTED MATTERS FROM ARBITRATION If the dispute of difference pertains to the under noted matters (called excepted matters ) the decision and in writing of the Employer shall be final, conclusive and binding on the parties. a) Instruction b) Transactions with local authorities. c) Proof of quality of materials. d) Assigning or under letting of the contract e) Certificate as to the causes of delay on the part of the Contractor and justifying extension of time. f) Rectifying of defects pointed out during the defects liability period. g) Notice to the Contractor to the effect that he is not proceeding with due diligence. h) Certificate that the Contractor has abandoned the contract. i) Notice of the determination of the contract by the Employer.

6.46 CONTRACT DRAWINGS GENERAL Two copies of each of the drawings and one copy of each of the condition of contract specification and bill of quantities will be provided for the use of the Contractor who must satisfy himself as to the accuracy of the said copies in every detail, and make all other copies necessary for the conduct of the work. Any comments on drawings to be given by the Contractor within 3 days from receiving of drawings. One copy of each drawing or sketch furnished to the Contractor shall be kept in an office at the works and the engineer or any person authorized by the Employer shall have free access to the drawings and sketches whenever they desire.

6.47 RIGHTS OF TECHNICAL SCRUTINY BY CHIEF TECHNICAL EXAMINER The work is liable to be technically audited by the Chief Technical Examiner of the Central vigilance Commission Government of India from time to time. Any defects, improvements or testing etc. pointed out by the Chief Technical Examiner should be carried out by the Contractor at his own cost and any deduction suggested by the CTE will be effected. The Employer shall have a right to cause a technical examination and audit of works and the final bills of the Contractor including all supporting vouchers, abstract etc. to be made at the time of payment of the final bill. If as a result of this examination or otherwise any sum is found to have been over paid in respect of any work done by the Contractor under the contract the Contractor shall be liable to return the amount of over payment and it shall be lawful for the Employer to recover the same from him from any sum or sums due to him and in any other manner legally permissible and if it is found that the Contractor was paid less than what was due to him under the contract in respect of any work executed by him under it, the amount of such under payment shall be duly paid by the Employer. Any sum of money due and payable to the Contractor (including Security Deposit returnable to him) under this contract may be appropriated by the Employer and set off against any claim of the Employer of the payment of a sum of money arising out of or under any other contract made by the Contractor with Employer. 6.48 WATCH AND LIGHTING The Contractor shall provide and maintain at his own expense all lights, guards, fencing and watching when and where necessary or required by Employer for the protection of the works or for the safety and convenience of those employed on the works or the public. CONTROL RECORDS. The under noted record books at the site of work shall be maintained in addition to normal routine requirements by the Contractor. a) Work site order book. b) Instruction by Banks officers. c) Test registers of other materials / fittings fixtures equipment as stipulated in the tender. d) Register of drawings and working details. e) Log book of defects. f) Hindrances register giving details of commencement and removal of each hindrance. g) Dismantled materials account register. h) Specifications C.P.W.D. & I.S.I. as applicable to the contract. These registers are to be got signed by the Site Engineer on daily basis.

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6.50 SECURITY ARRANGEMENT a) Proper arrangements shall be made to keep all records under lock and key. b) It shall be ensured that the Contractor provides for adequate fences, watch and ward and security of materials . c) Movement of material, stores and plant, shall be through bank gate pass only d) When the work is completed and handed over to the user, the responsibility of proper security arrangement shall rest with the users.

6.51 LABOUR RECORD The Contractor shall maintain relevant records and fulfill all conditions and requirements in accordance with following Act and Rules made there under. a) The payment of Wages Act. b) Employers Liability Act. c) Workmens Compensation Act. d) Contract Labour (Regulation & Abolition ) Act, 1970 and Central Rules 1971. e) Apprentices Act 1961. f) Minimum Wages Act 1948. g) Industrial Disputed Act. 1947. h) Maternity Benefit Act 1961. i) ESI Act. j) Payment of Bonus Act. k) Payment of Gratuity Act. l) Any other Act are enactment relating there to and rules framed there under from time to time. Bank shall not be responsible for any violation by the contractor on the above mentioned acts/ rules. Contractor will be wholly/ solely responsible for any claim in the above referred subjects. 6.52 HANDING OVER BUILDING / PROJECT WORK TO THE EMPLOYER. Handing and taking over report and inventories / statement (in quadruplicate) at handing over shall be prepared. The reports and inventories shall be signed by : a) The Contractor (only the relevant papers). b) The Site Engineer, and c) Competent Authority in the Bank. 6.53 The following inventories / statements shall be prepared: i) ii) iii) Inventory of all equipments Information folders & test reports for installations and as built drawings The Engineer on behalf of the Employer associated with this operation, shall be apprised of the importance to carry out periodic inspections (at two months interval) for defects not rectified or fresh ones that crop up and issuing notice for their rectification to the concerned Contractors and the final inspection just before the expiry of the defects liability period.

6.54 DELINQUENCIES OF CONTRACTORS Procedures for dealing with Delinquencies / Defaults / Misconduct / Misdemeanors of Bidders / Contractors. i) The under noted delinquencies / defaults / misconduct / misdemeanors on the part of bidder or enlisted contract will attract disciplinary action. a) Incorrect information about credentials, about his performance, equipment, resources, technical staff etc. b) Non-submission of the fresh / latest Income Tax Clearance certificate. c) Irregular tendering practice. d) Submission of tender containing for too many arithmetical errors and freak rates. e) Revoking a tender without any valid reasons. f) Tardiness in commencing work. g) Poor organization at site & lack of his personal supervision. h) Ignoring Employers Notices for replacement / rectification of rejected materials, workmanship etc. i) Violating any of the important conditions of contract, i.e. site facilities. insurance, labour laws, ban on subletting etc. j) Lack of promptitude and co-operation in measurement of work and settlement of final account.

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Non-submission of vouchers and proofs of purchase etc. Tendency towards putting up - false and untenable claims. Tendency towards suspension of work for frivolous reasons. Bad treatment of labour. Bad treatment of Sub-Contractors (piece workers) and un-business like dealing with suppliers of materials. Lack of co-operation with nominated Contractors or Employers Labour. Contractor becoming Bankrupt or insolvent. Contractors conviction by a court of law. Failure to satisfactorily rectify defects during Defects Liability period (DLP) and discovery of latent defects in Contractors work after the expiry of DLP of his contract.

6.55 Disciplinary action against (Delinquencies of) Contractor. i) Action The award of the under noted disciplinary action shall be considered. a) Placing embargo on issue of tenders of temporary suspension from the Employers approved list. b) Permanent ban on issue of tenders & removal from the Employers approved list. c) Circulation of the Contractor name to other public Undertaking or Government Department for non- entertainment of this publication for contract work.

SECTION VII

SPECIAL CONDITION OF CONTRACT


7.1 i) MATERIALS PROVIDED BY EMPLOYER The Employer may reserve to themselves the right to provide certain materials as mentioned for the work at the time of awarding contract or during the progress of the work and these shall be jointly inspected by the Engineer and the Contractor before issue of materials. Suitability and sufficiency of the material shall be checked by the Contractor. After the materials are received, the Contractor shall not decline to accept responsibility for the proper quality, safety and sufficiency of the resulting work or structure by alleging defects of materials received from the Employer. The value of materials provided by the Employer shall be calculated at the prevalent market rates / invoice rates including all taxes, duties transportation, labour and other incidentals by the Engineer and the amounts shall be deducted in full from the interim Bill of the Contractor as and where applicable. For all materials, issued free of cost to the Contractor, the rates for such complete, items shall be suitably modified / varied by the Engineer, unless otherwise provided for in the contract. Wastage of extra quantity of materials used by the Contractor over and above the allowed quantity as determined by the Engineer shall be taken as un-necessary and unauthorized and such use / wastage shall be at the cost of the Contractor. The Employer will not be bound to take back such materials found surplus with or either before or after the completion of work or on an earlier termination of the contract, unless Otherwise provided for in the contract. On loss or damage of any such materials, it shall be replaced by the Contractor with the same quality / brand with the approval of Engineer or the value of such material would be recovered from interim bill of the Contractor at the prevalent market rate, as would be appropriate in the opinion of the Engineer. The Contractors staff will be liable to pay all taxes levied by the Central and / or State Governments on such of their salaries as are chargeable there with under the laws for the time being in force and the Contractor shall confirm such duties in regard to the deduction thereof as may be lawfully imposed on him. Regarding all factory made products for which I.S.I. marked products are available, only products bearing I.S.I. marks shall be used in the work unless otherwise mentioned in the list of approved make of material in the tender.

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7.4 DRAWINGS :The tender drawings indicate the extent and general arrangement of various equipment and wiring, etc. and are essentially diagrammatic. The work shall be executed as per approved working drawings, subject to any minor changes, if found essential to co-ordinate installation of this work with other trades. All such changes shall be without any additional cost to the owner. The data given in the documents and drawings are approximate & their complete accuracy is not guaranteed. The drawings and data furnished are meant for guidance & assistance to the contractor. The exact dimension, location, distance and levels, etc., will be governed by the space conditions. He shall not be entitled to any extras for omissions or defects in electrical drawings or when they conflict with other work.

7.5(1) As mentioned that the said work is to be done in existing functional building the contractor is required to take care of the following: The work permit shall be issued for round the clock including Sundays and Holidays but the work should be executed during non office hours. However the same is to be completed within the stipulated period. If the contractor works during office hours, the contractor is to ensure that there is no hindrance or inconvenience to the normal functioning of the bank. Necessary precautions should be taken to avoid dust nuisance to public and others. If the contractor does the work during non office hours including Sundays and Holidays, the responsible person of the contractor shall remain present at all times at the work place. Special precautions should be taken while executing the work at VIP/ sensitive area. The contractor will take all necessary precautions for carrying out the work to avoid any damage to the buildings and existing installations. If any damage is occurred during the execution of the work, the same shall have to be rectified by the contractor at his own cost. In case of failure the bank shall be at the liberty to get the rectification done at the risk & cost of the contractor. The contractor shall arrange labour and to shift the office furniture/cabinets etc. if required for execution of work and re- arrange the same as per the direction of the bank for which no extra clam will be entertained . 2) It will be the responsibility of the contractor to remove malba/ debris on daily basis positively and dispose off the same at his own cost. In case of failure the bank shall be at the liberty to get the malba/ debris removed at the risk & cost of the contractor. The contractor should also adhere to the all rules and regulation of the local body in this regard. No old/dismantled material shall be used by the contractor in the work under any circumstances unless otherwise specified elsewhere mentioned in the tender documents. The removal and taking away of rebate items are at sole discretions of the contractor shall have no claim whatsoever in this respect. bank. The

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In case contractor fails to start the work during the stipulated period, the bank at his sole discretion may revoke the letter of acceptance and forfeit the earnest money deposit furnished along with the tender. INSPECTION & APPROVAL OF THE WORK BY LOCAL AUTHORITY On completion of this work, the contractor shall obtain and deliver to the owners the certificates of inspection and approval by electrical inspectorate of Local Administration if applicable. The fees paid for inspection will be reimbursed on production of challan/receipt. The contractor shall include in his rates all charges necessary for getting the installation approved which includes earthing by the Chief Electrical Inspector to the state government or/ and from any other authority required for this job.

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The cables, cable trays will be passing through the various existing shafts/opening. Similarly earthing strips will also enter the building from outside. Necessary openings in wall/shaft/floor is to be made for laying of cables, cable trays, pipes and earth strips/wires

the same shall have to be done by the contractor and restoring to original position including sealing with fire proof/water proof material at no extra cost to the bank. 7.8 The electricity supply for execution of work will be given free of cost at one point. All further arrangement/extension will be made by contractor at his own cost. The contractor can use the water as available for drinking consumption and other minor consumption free of cost. Being the existing occupied building open space for storage purpose will be given as available. However contractor is required to make his own security arrangement for safety of material at his own cost. The contractor can use the PROPOSED ups rooms at Ground Floor for small materials but it should not be a hindrance for other agency work progress. The necessary permission/approval/NOC required for installation of earth pits will be obtained by contractor from all concerned statutory authorities NDMC including pollution Deptt., Electrical Inspector as applicable to the works. It will be deemed to be part of this tender and contractor is required to do the same within their quoted rates. The contractor shall prepare & submit all detailed shop drawings within two weeks from the date of award for approval of Bank. The contractor shall furnish required number of shop drawings to the Bank. All drawings in triplicate such as, Main electrical panel with Single Line Drawings and its foundation drawings, route of main / earth cables, location of earth pits etc. shall be furnished for approval to the Bank. On completion of the job, the contractor shall give three such sets & original comprehend drawn. All CD (soft copy) a s AS BUILT drawings to t he bank with in two week of completion without extra cost.

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7.12 TESTING EQUIPMENTS: All testing instruments digital type, measuring steel tapes, tools, scaffolding and ladders etc., that may be required for execution of work / for taking measurements shall be arranged by contractor at his own cost. 7.13 The work related for end termination of new cables in the existing panels at basement/ third floor is inclusive of making / modifying holes in the panels, dis connecting existing cable glands/ end termination and re connection of the same and removing existing cables /wires, handing over the same to bank shall have to be done by the contractor and restoring to original position including required material at no extra cost to the bank. 7.14. INSPECTION OF MATERIALS: The owners shall have access to the manufacturers premises for inspection of any items of the tender for which contractor has made arrangement with manufacturer/ suppliers. All such inspection shall not need any prior intimation by the owners 7.15. ENGINEER/ SUPERVISOR The contractor shall employ a competent, licensed, qualified full time electrical engineer / supervisor to direct the work of electrical installations in accordance with the drawings and specifications. The engineer / supervisor shall be available at all times at times at the site to receive instructions from the employers in any day to day activities throughout the duration of the contract. The engineer & supervisor shall correlate the progress of the work in conjunction with all the relevant requirements of the supply authority. The skilled workers employed for the work should have requisite qualifications and should possess competency certificate from the Electrical Inspectorate of Local Administration.

S E C T I O N VIII MEASUREMENT 8.1 MEASUREMENT BOOKS

8.1.1 The number of pages for measurement alone shall be 100 per book. If convenient, the measurement book may be provided with perforated sheets in triplicate, for dispatch to concerned authorities. The pages shall be serially machine numbered. The book shall be in the custody of the site Engineer. .8.1.2 In addition to pages for measurements, pages shall be provided for index. Instructions, Certificate of Condition (wholeness) of the Book and Record of handling and taking over. 8.1.3 Each book shall bear an identifying number. 8,1,4 Separate format of Measurement Book shall be used for recording measurements of steel reinforcement. 8.1.5 Stock Register shall be maintained to show receipts and issues of Measurement Books. 8.2.0 RECORDING OF MEASUREMENTS 8.2.1 The Measurements shall be generally recorded by the Site Engineer or by and Employee of the bank, specifically authorized for the purpose. 8.2.2 The Site Engineer (or his representative) shall take joint measurement (i.e. accompanied by the Contractors authorized representative) of the work as it progresses and record them directly in the Measurement Book. 8.2.3 It shall be ensured that the method of measurement is in accordance with the contract. The precision in measurements shall be as laid down in IS - 1200. Any points of disagreement with the Contractor pertaining to measurements shall be promptly referred to the decision of the competent authority. 8.2.4 Extra/deviated items, as claimed by the Contractor, shall not be recorded in Measurements Book until they are approved by the competent authority. 8.2.5 In case some allegedly extra/ deviated item is carried out by the Contractor while complying with approved drawing and specifications, and the same is to be covered up, the Site Engineer shall check the item and its specification and record its measurements but simultaneously enter up the provision that their admittance is subject to the approval by the competent authority. Both the measurements and the provision shall be got signed by the Contractor. 8.2.6 The measurement Book shall not be handed over to the Contractor at any time. The Contractor or his representative may be permitted by the Site Engineer to see it in his presence and/ or make a (concurrent) copy of his own. The Contractor shall, however, be warned that his copy shall be regarded as an unofficial copy of the bank's Measurement Book. This is the only authorized document in the matter.

8.2.7 The measurement shall be signed at the end of each session on measurement of the day's Work, as the case may be, by both the parties (i.e Site Engineer and the Contractor). 8.3.0 Checking of Measurements Checking of the measurements shall be as under. It shall not be perfunctory and should result in revealing errors, accidental or deliberate, by the staff. It should also serve as a process-of instruction to junior staff : 8.3.1 Measurements recorded shall be checked not less than 25% by an Engineer from the premises department of the bank periodically. 8.3.2 All hidden measurements which cannot be checked at a later stage shall be checked not less than 25% by an Engineer from the premises department of the bank.

SECTION IX SAFETY CODEE Scaffolding i) Suitable scaffolds shall be provided for workmen for all works that cannot safely be done from the ground, or from solid construction except in the case of short duration work which can be done "safely from ladders" when a ladder is used, it shall be of rigid construction made either of good quality wood or steel. The steps shall have a minimum width of 450 mm and a maximum rise of 300 mm. Suitable hand hold of good quality wood or steel shall be provided and the ladder shall be given an inclination not steeper than 1/4 to 1 (1/4 horizontal and 1 vertical). Scaffolding or staging more than 4M, above the ground floor, swung or suspended from an overhead support or erected with stationery support shall have a guard rail properly bolted, braced or otherwise secured, at least 1M, above the floor or platform of such scaffolding or staging and extending along the entire length of the outside and ends thereof with only such openings as may be necessary for the delivery of materials. Such scaffolding or staging shall be so fastened as to prevent it from swaying from the building or structure. Working platforms, gangways and stairway shall be so constructed that they do not sag unduly or unequally and if the height of the platform, gangway or stairway is more than 4m, above ground level or floor level, they shall be closely boarded and shall have adequate width and be suitably fenced as described in (ii) above. Every opening in the floor of a building or in a working platform shall be provided with suitable means to prevent the fall of persons or materials by providing suitable fencing or railing whose minimum height shall be 1M. Where ever there are open excavations in ground, they shall be fenced off by suitable railing and danger signals installed at night so as to prevent persons slipping into the excavations. v) Safe means of access shall be provided to all working places. Every ladder shall be securely fixed. No portable single ladder shall be over 9M, in length while the width between side rails in rung ladder shall in no case, be less then 290 mm, for ladder up to and including 3M, in length for longer ladders this width shall be increased at least 20 mm for each additional meter of length. A sketch of the ladders and scaffolds proposed to be used shall be prepared and approval of the Engineer obtained prior to construction.

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OTHER SAFETY MEASURES vii) All personnel of the Contractor working with in the plant site shall be provided with safety helmets. All welders shall wear welding goggles while doing welding work and all metal workers shall be provided with safety gloves. Persons employed on metal cutting and grinding shall wear safety glasses.

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Adequate precautions shall be taken to prevent danger from electrical equipment. No materials on any of the sites of work shall be so stacked or placed as to cause danger or inconvenience to any person or the public.

EXCAVATION & TRENCHING ix) All trenches, 1.25 M, more in depth, shall at all times be supplied with at least one ladder for each 30 M, in length or fraction thereof. The ladder shall be extended from bottoms of the trench to at least 1M, above the surface of the ground. Sides of trenches which are 1.5M, or more in depth shall be stepped back to give suitable slope or securely held by timber bracing, so as to avoid the danger of sides collapsing. The excavated material shall not be placed with in 1.5 M, of the edges of the trench or half of the depth of the trench whichever is more. Cutting shall be done form top to bottom. Under no circumstances undermining or undercutting shall be done. The Contractor shall taken all measures on the site of the work to protect the public from accidents and shall be bound to bear the expenses of defense of every suit, action or other proceedings at law that may be brought by any persons for injury sustained owing to neglect of the above precautions and to pay any such persons or which may with the consent of the Contractor, be paid to compromise any claim by any such person

x)

DEMOLITION xi) a) Before any demolition work is commenced and also during the process of the work: All roads and open areas adjacent to the work site shall either be closed or suitably protected. No electric cable or apparatus which is liable to be a source of danger over a cable or apparatus used by the operator shall remain electrically charged. All practical steps shall be taken to prevent danger to persons employed from the risk of fire or explosion or flooding. No floor, roof or other part of the building shall be so over-loaded with debris or materials as to render it unsafe.

b) c)

PERSONAL SAFETY EQUIPMENTS xii) All necessary personal safety equipment as considered adequate by the Engineer should be kept available for used of the person employed on the site and maintained in a condition suitable for immediate use, and the Contractor should take adequate steps to ensure proper use of equipment by those concerned. Workers employed on mixing asphaltic materials, cement and lime mortars shall be provided with protective footwear and protective goggles. Those engaged in white washing and mixing or stacking or cement begs or any materials, which are injurious to the eyes, shall be provided with protective goggles. Those engaged in welding works shall be provided with welders protective eyesight lids.

a) b) c)

d)

Stonebreakers shall be provided with protective goggles and protective clothing and seated at sufficiently safe intervals.

e) When workers are employed in sewers and manholes, which are in use, the Contractor shall ensure that the manhole covers are opened and are ventilated at least for an hour before the workers are allowed to get into manholes so opened shall be cordoned off with suitable railing and provided with warning signals or boards to prevent accident to the public.

f)

The Contractor shall not employ men below the age of 18 years and women on the work of painting with products containing lead in any form. Wherever men above the age of 18 years are employed on the work of lead painting, the following precaution should be taken : No paint containing lead or lead products shall be used except in the form of paste or readymade paint. Suitable face masks should be supplied for use by the workers when paint is applied in the form of spray or a surface having lead paint dry rubbed and scrapped. Overalls shall be supplied by the Contractor to the workman and adequate facilities shall be provided, to unable the working painters during the execution of work. When the work is done near any public place where there is risk of drowning all necessary equipments should be provided and kept ready for use and all necessary steps taken for prompt rescue of any person in danger and adequate provision should be made for prompt first aid treatment of all injuries likely to be sustained during the course of the work.

g)

h)

i) xiii)

HOISTING MACHINE xiv) Use of hoisting machines and tackle including their attachments anchorage and supports shall confirm to the following standards or conditions : These shall be of good mechanical constructions sound material and adequate strength and free form patent defect and shall be kept in good repair and in good working order. Every rope used in hoisting or lowering materials or as means of suspension shall be of durable quality and adequate strength and free from patent defects. Every crane driver or hoisting appliance operator shall be properly qualified and no person under the age of 21 years shall be in charge of any hoisting machine including any scaffolding which or give signals to operator.

1) a b 2)

3)

In case of every hoisting machine and of every chain-ring hook, shackle shovel and pulley black used in hoisting or as means of suspension the safe working load shall be ascertained by adequate means. Every hoisting machine and all gear referred to above shall be plainly marked with the safe working load. In case of a hoisting machine having a variable safe working load, each safe working load and the conditions under which it is applicable shall be clearly indicated. No part of any machine or any gear referred to above in this paragraph shall be loaded beyond the safe working load except for the purpose of testing. In case of departmental machines, the safe working load shall be notify by the Engineer. As actors machines, the Contractor shall notify the safe working load of the machine to the Engineer whenever he brings any machinery to site of work and get it verified by the Engineer concerned.

4)

xv)

Motors, gearing, transmission, electric wiring and other dangerous part of hoisting appliances should be provided with efficient safe guards, hoisting appliances should be provided with the such means as will reduce to the minimum of the risk of any parts of a suspended load becoming accidentally displaced. When workers are employed on electrical installation which are already e n e r g i z e d , insulating mats, wearing a p p a r e l , s u c h a s gloves, sleeves and boats as may be necessary, should be provided. The workers should not wear any rings, watches any carry keys or other materials which are good conductors of electricity. All scaffolds, ladders and other safety devices mentioned or described herein shall be maintained in safe condition and no scaffold, ladder or equipment shall be altered or removed while it is in use. Adequate washing facilities should be provided at or near places of work.

xvi)

xvii)

These safety provisions should be brought to the notice of all concerned by display on a notice board at a prominent place at work spot. The person responsible for compliance of the safety code shall be named therein by the Contractor. To ensure effective enforcement of the rules and regulations relating to safety precautions the arrangements made by the Contractor shall be open to inspection by the labour officer, Engineers of the Department of their representatives. Notwithstanding the above clause from (i) to (xix), there is nothing in these to exempt the Contractor from the operations of any other Act or Rule in force in the Republic of India.

xviii)

xix)

SECTION x

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
GENERAL SPECIFICATION FOR ELECTRICAL WORK: 1 SCOPE In general, the contractor shall supply, store, erect, test and commission all the equipment required for Electrical Installation. The contractor shall furnish all the materials, labour, tools and equipments for the electrical work, as shown in the accompanying sketch/SLD drawings and in the bill of quantities and specifications hereinafter described. 2. CONTRACTOR The Contractor shall be a licenced electrical contractor, possessing a valid electrical contractors license in the state, employing qualified / licensed supervisors and skilled workers having valid permits as per the Regulation of Indian Electricity Rules and Local Electrical Inspectors requirements. 3. DEFINITIONS The following abbreviations used in the bill of quantities specifications and drawings represents : ISS BS BSCP GI MS CI PVC XLPE LT Amp KV CT MCCB MCB DB KVA KVAR NO SWG Indian Standard specification. IER Indian Electricity Rules, 1956. British Standard (where specifically called for) British Standard Code of Practice (if called for). Galvanised Iron Mild Steel Cast Iron. Polyvinyl Chloride. Cross Linked Polyethylene. HT High Tension. Low Tension. AAmpere. Kilo Volts. Current Transformers. Moulded Case Circuit Breaker. Miniature Circuit Breaker Distribution Board Kilo Volts Ampere. Kilo Volts Ampere - Reactive. NC Normally Close Normally open Standard Wire Gauge.

4. REGULATION & STANDARDS The installation shall conform in all respects to Indian standard Code of Practice for Electrical Wiring Installation I.S. - 732 and National Electrical Code. It shall be in conformity with the current I.E Rules and Regulations and requirements of the local Electric Supply Authority in-so-far as these become applicable to the installation. Wherever this specification calls for a higher standard of materials and/or workmanship then those required by any of the above regulations, this specifications shall take precedence over the said regulations and standards. In general, the materials, equipments and workmanship not covered by the above, shall conform to the following Indian Standards (Latest Edition) unless otherwise called for: 5. SWITCHGEAR & CABLES

S.No. 1 2 3

Description Switchesand Switch Isolator above 1000V But Not Exceeding 1.1 KV Markings & arrangements for switchgear bus-bars, main connection & auxiliary wiring Specification f o r normal duty air break switches & composites unit for air break switches and fuses for voltage not exceeding 1000 Volts Heavy duty air-break switches and composite units of air-break switches and fuses for voltages not exceeding 1000 Volts Specification for miniature circuit breakers. Specification for enclosed distribution, fuse boards a n d c u t -outs for voltage not exceeding 1000 Volts Installation and maintenance of switchgear. sheathed cables Specification for XLPE insulated (Heavy Duty) electric cables Part-I for Voltage upto 1100 Volts Specification for PVC insulated cables (for voltage upto 1100V) with Aluminium conductors. Specification for rigid steel conduit for electrical wiring Specifications for rigid non metallic conduits for electrical installations Specifications for accessories for rigid steel conduits for Electrical wiring Adhesive insulating tapes for Electrical purposes (Part- I & II) Code of Practices for earthing Glossary of terms for electrical cable and conductors Code of Practice for buildings (General) Electrical installation Current Transformers Direct acting electrical indicating instruments

Standard IS 4710 IS 375 IS 4064

4 5 6

IS 4047 IS8828 IS 2675

7 8 9

IS 3072 (Part I) IS 692 IS 7098

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21

IS 694 (Part-II) IS 9537 IS 9537 IS 3837 IS 2448 IS 3043 IS 1885 IS 1646 IS 2705 (Part-I to III) IS 1248 IS 13779 IS 8623

Digital Meter Factory assembled switchgear

22 23

Rating for Cable Structure Construction (IP-54)

IS 3961 (Part II) IS 2147

24 25

LV Switchgear and control gear ( part1 to part5)


SINGLE CORE FLEXIBLE COPPER CONDUCTOR CABLES

IS 13947 IS 694 : 1990

2 2.1

L. T. PANELS (POWER CONTROL CENTERS & SWITCH BOARD PANELS)

GENERAL: Medium voltage power control centers (generally termed as switch board panels) shall be in sheet steel clad cubicle pattern, free floor standing type, totally enclosed, compartmentalized design. This specification shall cover the following types of panels:

a)

Panels with one or more MCCB with mechanical interlocking with or without arrangement and of non-draw out design.

MCCB

b) 2.2

The panels shall generally be of extensible type with provision for bus extension on or both sides as desired at the time of approved of shop drawings. CODE/STANDARDS : The panels shall generally conform to the requirements of following codes/ specifications: a) IS-8623 h) IS-2705 b) IS-4237 i) IS-722 c) IS-2147 j) IS-4064 d) IS-3072 k) IS-2208 e) IS-375 l) IS-6875 f) IS-1248 & 2419 m) IS-6005 g) IS-5082 The equipment shall conform to Indian Electricity Rules as amended up to-date. The supplier shall examine the provision of these codes and confirm or indicate his comments.

2.3

CONSTRUCTION: Power control centers/ switch board panels shall of free standing type, with sheet steel enclosure having following features: a) The panel shall be constructed of sheet steel of minimum 2.0 mm thickness. The internal frames shall be made of structural steel angles or made up sections (as per standard design of the manufacturer) specifications of which, shall be submitted along with offers. The panel shall be compartmentalized to accommodate one feeder i n each compartment. The main bus bar chamber shall be provided at the top or bottom or side/center of panel as required. The compartments shall be arranged in section with metallic/ phenolic barrier in between.

b)

A vertical cable alley of at least 200mm width shall be provided to serve required vertical section of feeders & suitable for termination of 2 nos 4 core 240 Sq.mm cables at respective the respective feeders of the panels.. Cable alley shall have hinged

door/ doors with rubber gaskets. Suitable cable clamping a r r a n g e m e n t with slotted steel members shall be provided in the cable alley. Similarly, vertical bus bar shall be housed in-between two feeder compartments in a separate bus chambers. The opening between bus chamber and feeder compartments shall be properly covered with Bakelite/ Hylam sheets of n o t l e s s t h a n 2 . 8 mm minimum thickness. The vertical bus chamber shall be provided with removable bolted covers on the front and back side. All the interconnecting links to the feeders shall be shrouded so as to avoid accidental contact, by means of phenolic barriers. c) Each compartment shall have its own hinged door with concealed hinges. The doors shall have heavy duty rubber gasket fixed on the inner side of the door. The door shall have interlocking facility and braided copper wires for better earth connectivity with the feeder unit. The Panel shall have punched openings for mounting meters, lamps, push buttons, relays, etc. The dimensions of feeder compartments, bus chambers and cable alleys H o w e v e r , t h e f ollowi ng m i n i m u m dimensions shall be strictly adhered to: MOULDED CASE CIRCUIT BRACKER (NON-DRAWOUT TYPE): Up to 63A/ 100A 250A
400A to 630A

d) e)

ii.

: :
:

300mm wide x 225mm high x 400mm deep 400mm wide x 400mm high x 400mm deep
400mm wide x 500mm high x 400mm wide. (or vice- versa).

iii.

BUS CHAMBER: Main bus (Horizontal): Vertical bus (Feeder bus): Cable alley:

400mm high x 300mm deep 300mm wide x 400mm deep iv. Min. 200mm wide or to accommodate . cabels as per SLD These dimensions are furnished as a guide and the clearances required in between each live bus/ link and between bus/ links to the earth (panel wall/ sheet) shall be as per relevant Indian Standard Code of practice. However, minimum clearance between neutral bus and earth shall not be less than 25mm. The panel supplier shall furnish detailed sectional drawings and also arrange to get the panel inspection done at intermediate stages of fabrication to avoid fault defective fabrication of the panels (however, the compliance of these specifications shall entirely be the suppliers responsibility). 2.4 a) BUS BARS: The bus bars shall be suitable for 3 phase, 4 wire, 415 volts 50 Hz AC supply. The bus bars shall be made of high conductivity aluminium. The bus bars shall have uniform crosssection throughout the length. The bus bars shall be designed for carrying rated- current continuously. The bus bars and links shall be designed for a maximum temperature of 75OC. The max. current density of bus bars shall be as follows: Copper : 1.86 Ampere/ Sq.mm. of cross section area. Aluminium: 1.28 Ampere/ Sq.mm. of cross section area.

i. ii.

It may be noted that these ratings are the upper limit to which the bus could be stressed. Suitable derating factors shall be applied to arrive at the correct cross section of bus bars. b. Bus bars shall be supported on suitable non hygroscopic, non combustible, material such as DMC/ SMC at sufficiently close intervals to prevent bus bar sag. All bus bar joints shall be provided with high tensile steel bolts (electro plated with suitable metal such as Nickel/ Cadmium), spring washer and nuts so as to ensure good contact. Alternatively, electroplated/ tinned brass bolts shall be used. The joints shall be formed with fish-plates on either side of bus bar to provide adequate contact area. Bus supports shall be provided on either side of joints (max. unsupported distance from the joint 400mm) Power shall be distributed to feeders in dual section by a set of vertical bus bars (Phases+neutral). Individual module shall be connected to the vertical bus bars through sleeved connections. Bus bars shall be insulated with PVC sleeves (heat shrink type) with colour coding (Red/ Blue/ Yellow/ Black). The bus bars and their supports shall be able to withstand thermal and dynamic stresses due to the system short-circuits. The supplier shall furnish calculations along with his drawing establishing the adequacy of bus bars both for continuous duty and short -circuit rating. Short circuit withstand capacity shall be for one second. Calculations for spacing of supporting of supports shall also be furnished. EARTHING : The panels shall be provided with a copper earth bus running throughout the width of the switchboard. Suitable earthing eyes/bolts and sufficient number of star washers shall be provided on the main earthing bus to connect the same to the earth grid at the site. and braided copper wires for better earth connectivity shall be provided at the joints to achieve earth continuity between the panels and the sheet metal parts. MOUNTINGS : Panels incorporating MCCB shall have suitable compartments of standard width. Suitable cable termination arrangement shall be provided for MCCB f e e d e r s . Equipment shall be provided with proper fastening arrangements to ensure vibration free operation. Proper designation as given on the respective drawings, shall be provided for every equipment. Circuit breakers shall be mounted such that they are accessible from the front of the panel. The breakers compartment shall be divided into two parts, one for the breaker and the other for incorporating associated control gear. The necessary instrumentation shall be provided on the door of the compartment. 2.7 INTERLOCKING The panels shall be provided with the following interlocking arrangements: a. The door of the feeder compartments is so interlocked with the switch drive or handle that the door can be opened only if the switch is in OFF position. Deinterlocking arrangement shall also be provided for inspection. It shall not be possible for the breakers to be withdrawn when in ON position.

c.

d.

e.

2.5

2.6

b.

c. It shall not be possible for the breakers to be switched ON unless it is either in

fully inserted position or for testing purposes it in fully isolated position.

d.

The breaker shall be capable of being racked into testing, isolated and maintenance position and kept in any of these positions. A safety catch to ensure that the movement of the breaker as it is withdrawn, is checked before it is completely out of the cubicle shall be provided.

e. 2.8

PROTECTION AND INSTRUMENTATION : Protection and instrumentation shall be as per standard specification.

2.9

WIRING All the interconnections between the incoming, bus and the outgoings of 100A and above rating shall be done by insulated links/ strips of suitable sizes. MCCB and equipments below 100A rating shall be wired with PVC insulated copper conductors. The wiring for instrumentation protection and control equipment shall be carried out with PVC insulated flexible copper conductors. The Power interconnections washers. The wiring shall be neatly in bunches which are circuits shall be protected connections. shall be carried out by means of bolted connections with terminated by using crimping sockets. Wring shall be laid out fastened to the steel members of the panel. All the potential by MCB mounted near the tap-off point from the main

2.10 TERMINALS: All the control, instrumentation and protection wiring shall be provided with printed PVC ferrules at both ends. For terminating control cables on to the equipment in the panels, suitable terminals blocks shall be provided. The terminal shall also be numbered for easy identification and maintenance. 2.11 SURFACE TREATMENT All sheet metal accessories and components of power, control centres and switchboard panels shall be thoroughly cleaned, degreased, derusted and phosphatised before redoxide primer is applied. The panel shall be stove enameled to the required final finish. The interior surfaces of the panel shall also be painted to required shade. The supplier shall indicate in his offer, if there is any deviation from the treatment specified above. 2.12 ENCLOSURES The panel enclosure shall be dust and vermin proof and shall be suitable for indoor installation. Enclosure design shall be in accordance with the requirements of IP 42 as per IS-2147-1962.

2.13

NAME PLATE The panel as well as the feeders compartment doors shall be provided with name plates giving the switchboard/ feeder descriptions as indicated on the drawings.

2.14

TESTING

The power control centres shall be tested at factory after assembling of all components and completion o f a l l i n t e r c o n n e c t i o n s a n d w i r i n g . Tests s h a l l b e

c o n d u c t e d i n accordance with the requirements relevant IS Codes/ specifications. a. i. ii. INSULATION TEST Insulation of the main circuit, that is, the insulation resistance of each pole to the earth and that between the poles shall be measured. Insulation resistance to earth of all secondary wiring should be tested with 1000V megger. Insulation test shall be carried out both before and after high voltage test. HIGH VOLTAGE TEST :

b.

A high voltage test with 2.5KV one minute shall be applied between the poles and earth. Test shall be carried out on each pole in turn with the remaining poles earthed. All units racked in position and the breakers closed. Original test certificate shall be submitted along with panel. 2.15 a. STORING, ERECTION AND COMMISSIONING STORING The panels shall be stored in a well ventilated, dry places. Suitable polythene covers shall be provided for necessary protection against moisture. b. ERECTION Switchboards shall be installed on suitable foundation. Foundation shall be as per the dimensions supplied by the panel manufacturer. The foundation shall be flat and level. Suitable grouting holes shall be provided in the foundation. The switch boards shall be properly aligned and bolted to the foundation by at least four bolts. Cable s h a l l terminate on the bottom plate or top plate as the case may be, by using brass compression glands. The individual cables shall then be lead through the panel to the required feeder compartments for necessary terminations. The cables shall be clamped to the supporting arrangement. The switch board earth bus shall be connected to the local earth grid. c. PRECOMMISSIONING TESTS: Panels shall be commissioned only after the successful completion of the following tests. The tests shall be carried in the presence of engineer-in-charge. i. All main and auxiliary bus bar connections shall be checked and tightened ii. All wiring terminations and bus bar joints shall be checked and tightened. iii. Wiring shall be checked to ensure that it is according to the drawing. iv. All wiring shall be tested for insulation resistance by a 1000V megger. v. Phase sequence/ rotation shall be estimated. vi. Suitable injection tests shall be applied to all the measuring insuring instruments to establish the correctness and accuracy of calibration and

working order. iii. All relays and protective devices shall be tested for correctness of settings and operation by introducing a current generator and an ammeter in the circuit.

3 3.1

GENERAL SPCIFICATION FOR: MOULDED CASE CIRCUIT BREAKERS GENERAL: Moulded case circuit breakers or fuse free breaker shall be incorporated in the switch board wherever specified. MCCBS shall conform to BS: 3871 Part II /JIS-C-8370 IS:13947/IEC 60947 in all respects. MCCBS shall be suitable either for single phase 230V or three phases 415volts. MCCB shall indicate its suitability for isolation and this should appear clearly on the MCCB with the symbol as specified in standard IS:13947/IEC 60947.

3.2

CONSTRUCTION : The MCCB and case shall be made of high strength heat resistant and flame retardant thermo-setting insulating material. Operating handle shall be quick make/quick break, tripfree type. The operating handle shall have suitable ON, OFF and TRIPPED indicators. Three phase MCCBS shall have a common operating handle for simultaneous operation and tripping of all the three phase. Suitable arc extinguishing device shall be provided for each contact. Tripping unit shall be of thermal-magnetic type provided on each pole and connected by a common trip bar such that tripping of any one pole actuates three poles to open s i m u l t a n e o u s l y . Thermal magnetic/tripping device shall have IDMT characteristics for sustained over loads and short circuits. Contact tips shall be made of suitable arc resistant, sintered alloy for long electrical life. Terminals shall be of liberal design with adequate clearances. ACCESSORIES : MCCBS shall be provided with the following accessories, if specified in schedule of quantities: i. iii. Under voltage release Alarm Trip alarm ii. iv. Shunt release Auxiliary contacts.

3.3

3.4

INTERLOCKING : Moulded case circuit breakers shall be provided with the following interlocking devices for interlocking the door of switch board: a. b. c. Handle interlock to prevent unnecessary manipulation of the breaker. Door interlock to prevent the door being opened when the breaker is in ON position. De-interlocking device to open the door even, if the breaker is in ON position.

3.5

RUPTURING CAPACITY: The moulded case circuit breaker shall have a rupturing capacity of not less that 10KA Rms at 415 volts. Wherever required, higher rupturing capacity breakers to meet the system short circuit fault shall be used. All such ratings shall be as per equipment schedule/B.O.Q.

3.6

TESTING: a. Or ig inal certificate of the MCCBS as per BS:3871 or JS-C-8370 or IS:13947/IEC 60947 shall be furnished. b. Pre-commissioning tests on the switch boards panel incorporating the MCCB shall be done as per specifications.

4 4.0

METERING, INSTRUMENTATION AND PROTECTION GENERAL The Specifications hereinafter laid down shall cover all the meters, instrumentation and protective devices required for the electrical work. The ratings, type and quantity of meters, instruments and protective devices shall be as per the schedule of quantities and drawings. INSTRUMENT TRANSFORMERS Current Transformers : Current transformers shall be in a conformity with IS:2705 (Part I, II and III) in all respects. All current transformers used for medium voltage applications shall be rated for 1 KV. Current transformers shall have rated primary current, rated burden and class of accuracy as specified in the schedule. However, the rated secondary current shall be 5A unless otherwise specified. The acceptable minimum class of various applications shall be as given below. Measuring Protection : : Class 0.5 to 1 Class 5P10

4.1 a.

Current transformers shall be capable of withstanding without damage, magnetic and thermal stresses due to short circuit fault of 35 MVA on medium voltage system. Terminals of the current transformers shall be paired permanently for easy identification of poles. Current transformers shall be provided with earthing terminals for earthing chassis frame work and fixed part of the metal casing (if any). Each C.T shall be provided with rating plate indicating the following : i. iii. iv. v. Name and Make. ii. Serial Number Transformation ratio iv. Rated burden Rated Voltage Accuracy class

Current transformers shall be mounted such that they are easily accessible for inspection, maintenance and replacement. The w i r i n g f o r C T S s h a l l b e c o p p e r conductor, PVC insulated wires with proper termination lugs and wiring shall be bunched with cable straps and fixed to the panel structure in a neat manner. 5.0 a. MEASURING INSTRUMENTS: General Direct reading electrical instruments shall be in conformity with IS:1248. The accuracy of direct reading shall be 1/.5 for Voltmeters and 1/.5 for ammeters. Other type of instrument shall have accuracy of 1/.5. The errors due to variations in temperature shall be limited to a minimum. The meters shall be Suitable for continuous operation between 0OC and 60OC. All meters shall be of flush mounting type with 96x96 sq. mm. The meter shall be enclosed in a dust tight housing. The housing shall be of ABS Body. The design and

manufacture of the meters shall ensure the preventing of fogging of instrument glass. Instrument meters shall be sealed in such a way that access to the measuring element and to the accessories within the case shall not be possible. Meters shall be provided with

12.5 mm height LED display. Suitable selector switches shall be provided for all ammeters and voltmeters intended to be used on three phase supply. b. Ammeters: Ammeters shall be of digital LED display type. The ammeters shall be manufactured and calibrated as per the latest edition of IS: 1248. Ammeters shall be instrument transformer operated and shall be suitable for 5A secondary of instrument transformer. The ammeter shall have sensitivity of 5% minimum. The scale shall be calibrated to indicate primary current, unless otherwise, specified. The ammeter shall be capable of carrying substantial overloads up to 120% of ratio current during fault condition without damage or loss of accuracy. c. Voltmeters: Voltmeters shall be of digital LED display type. The range of 400 Volts, 3 Phase Voltmeter shall be 0 to 500 Volts. Suitable selector switch shall be provided for each voltmeter to read voltage between any two lines of the system. The voltmeter shall be provided with protection MCB of suitable capacity. d. Multi Function Meters Shall be confirming to IS:13779 and accuracy of meter will be 0.5. The meter shall be suitable for operation in 3-phase networks balanced as well as unbalanced load. Communication through RS 485 serial port. Shall have backlit LCD/LED display Suitable for operation in the temperature range 0-50 Deg.C It shall be dustproof and tamper-proof. Parameters to be monitored shall be frequency, Line to line and line to neutral voltage, phase wise and average current. All metered values will be in true RMS values. The monitor shall include a keypad slowing for the viewing of different selected values. 6 6.1 GENERAL SPCIFICATION FOR: MEDIUM VOLTAGE CABLES

TYPE : Medium voltage cables shall be aluminium/copper conductor, XLPE insulated, PVC sheathed and steel wire armoured or steel tape armoured construction. Aluminium conductors up to 10sq.mm. may be solid, circular in cross section, and sizes above 10sq.mm. shall be stranded. Sector shaped stranded conductors shall be used for sizes above 25sq.mm. The cable shall conform to IS 7098 (Part I). RATING

6.2

The cable shall be rated for a voltage of 1100 Volts.

6.3

CONSTRUCTION The conductors for power cables shall be made of electrical purity aluminium & that for control cable from annealed high conductivity copper. The conductors shall be insulated with high quality XLPE compound. A command covering (bedding) shall be applied over the laid up cores by extrusion or wrapping of a filling material containing unvulcanized rubber or thermoplastic material, armouring shall be applied over the inner sheath of bedding, over the armouring a tough outer sheath of PVC sheathing shall be extruded. The outer sheath shall bear the manufacturers name and trade mark at regular interval. CORE IDENTIFICATION : Core shall be provided with the following colour scheme of PVC insulation. i. ii. iii. iv. Core Core Core 3.5/4 core : : : : Red/Black/Yellow/Blue Red and Black Red, Yellow, and Blue Red, Yellow, Blue and black.

6.4

6.5

CURRENT RATINGS: The current rating shall be based on the following conditions. i. ii. iii. iv. Maximum conductor temperature Ambient air temperature Ground temperature Depth of laying : : : : 70OC 40OC/50OC 70OC 75cm

6.6

SHORT CIRCUIT RATING: Short circuit ratings for the cables shall be as specified in IS: 7098 Part -I.

6.7

SELECTION OF CABLES: Cables have been selected considering the conditions of the maximum connected load, ambient temperature, grouping of cables & the allowable voltage drop. However, the contractor shall recheck the sizes before the cables are fixed and connected to the service.

a.

Storing All the cables shall be supplied in drums. On receipt of cables at site, the cables shall be inspected and stored in drums with flanges of the cable drums in vertical position.

b.

Laying Cables shall be laid as per the specifications given below. The system adopted for this job shall be as per BOQ: i. Duct system

Wherever specified cables shall be laid in underground ducts / spiral reinforced PVC Duct pipe. The duct system shall consist of a required number of reinforced HUME pipes with simplex joints. Wherever asbestos cement pipes are used, the pipes shall be enclosed in

concrete of 75mm thick, the ducts shall be properly anchored to prevent any movement. The top surface of the cable ducts shall be laid with a gradient of atleast 1:300. The ducts shall be provided with inspection manholes and all direction changes and at required regular intervals for drawing the cable. The manholes shall be of reinforced concrete either cast-in-situ or precast. The manhole cover and frame shall be of cast iron and machine finished to ensure a perfect joint. The manhole cover shall be installed flush with ground or paved surfaces. The duct entry to the man holes shall be made leakproof with lead- wool joints. The ducts shall be properly plugged at the ends to prevent entry of water rodents, etc. Suitable duct markers shall be placed along the run of the cable square embedded in concrete, indicating the voltages, no of ducts and the direction of run of the cable duct. Suitable cable supports made of angle iron shall be provided in the manholes for supporting the cables. Proper identification tags shall be provided for each cable in the manholes. ii. Cables in outdoor trenches: Cables shall be laid in outdoor trenches / spiral reinforced PVC Duct pipe wherever called for. The depth of the trenches shall not less than 75cm from the final ground level. The width of the trench shall not be less than 45cm. However, where more than one cable is laid, an axial distance of not less than 15cm shall be allowed between the cables. The trenches shall be cut square with vertical side walls and with uniform depth. Suitable shoring and propping may be done to avoid caving in of trench walls. The floor of the trench shall be rammed and levelled. The cables shall be laid in trenches over the rollers placed inside the trench. The cable drum shall be rolled in the direction of the arrow for rolling. Wherever cables are bent, the minimum bending radius shall not be less than 12times the diameter of the cable. After the cable is laid and straightened, it shall be covered with 8cm thick layer of sand. Cable shall then be lifted and placed over this sand. Cable shall then be lifted and placed over this sand cushion. The cable shall then be covered with a 8 cm. Thick sand cushion. Over this, a course of cable protection tiles or burnt brick shall be provided to cover the cables 50mm on either side. Trench shall be backfilled with earth and consolidated. Cables shall be laid in Hume pipes/ stone-ware pipes at all road crossings and in CI pipes at the wall entries. Approved cable markers made of aluminium or CI indicating the voltages, no. of cables and the direction of rep. Of the cables shall be installed at a regular interval of 30 meters. iii. Cable on Tray/ Racks:

Cables shall be laid on cable trays/ racks wherever specified. Cable racks/trays shall be of Perforated type , trough or channel design suitable for the purposes. The nominal depth of the trays/ racks shall be 25/ 50mm. The width of the trays shall be as per BOQ. The cable trays shall be made of steel. The trays/ racks shall be completed with end plates, tees, elbows, risers, and all necessary hardware. Steel trays/ Rack shall be painted with two coats of enamel paint of approved shade over a coat of red oxide primer. Cable trays shall be erected properly to present a neat and clean appearance. Suitable cleats or saddles made of aluminium strips with PVC covering shall be used for securing the cables to the cable trays. The cable trays shall comply with following requirements:

1.

The trays shall have suitable strength and rigidity to provide adequate supports for all contained cables. It shall not present sharp edged, burrs or projections injurious to the

2.

insulation of the wiring/ cables. 3. If made of metal, it shall be adequately protected against corrosion or shall be

made of corrosion resistant material. 4. 5. 6.8 It shall have side rails or equivalent structural members. It shall include fittings or other suitable means for changes in direction and elevation of runs.

INSTALLATION 1. Cable trays shall be installed as a complete system. Trays shall be supported properly from the building structure. The entire cable tray system shall be rigid. Each run of the cable tray shall be completed before the installation of cables. In portion where additional protection is required, non combustible covers/ enclosures shall be used. Cable tray shall be exposed and accessible. GENERAL SPECIFICAITON FOR: EARTHING FOR ELECTRICAL WORK General All non-current carrying metal parts of the electrical installation shall be earthed as per IS: 3043. All metal conduits, trunkings, cable armour, switchgear, distribution boards, meter, light fixtures, fans and all other metal parts forming part of the work shall be bonded together and connected by two separate and distinct conductors to earth electrodes. Earthing shall also be in conformity with the provisions of Rules 32, 61, 62, 67 & 68 of IER 1956. These specifications apply to both copper and GI earthing system. The material to be used shall be as per that give in BOQ.

2. 3.

4. 7 7.1

7.2 7.2.1

Earthing Conductors All earthing conductors shall be of high conductivity copper or GI and shall be protected against mechanical damage and corrosion. The size of earth conductors shall not be less than half that of the largest current carrying conductor. The connection of earth continuity conductors to earth bus and earth electrodes shall be strong and sound and shall be easily accessible. The earth tapes shall be joined together using double rivets. The earthing conductor shall be laid in cable trenches, cable trays or spiral reinforced PVC Duct pipe by using suitable clamps made of nonferrous metals compatible with the earthing conductor. The following earthing conductors and required to be used for various sections of the installations. a. All three phase switches/DBs of 200A rating and above shall be earthed with 2 runs of 25x6mm copper Strip / GI Strip or as per BOQ

7.3 7.3.1

PRECAUTIONS : Earthing system shall be mechanically robust and the joints shall be capable of retaining low resistance even after passages of fault currents.

7.3.2

Joints shall be soldered, tinned and double riveted in case of copper and joints shall be filed and doubled riveted in case of GI. All the joints shall be mechanically, electrically, continuous and effective.

7.4 7.4.1 a. b. 7.4.2

TESTING: On the completion of the entire installation, the following tests shall be conducted. Earth resistance of electrodes. Earth loop impedance as per IS L 3043/NEC. All meters, instruments and labour required for the tests shall be provided by the contractor. The results shall be submitted in triplicate to the engineer-in-charge for approval.

SPECIFICATIONS FOR MAINTENANCE FREE EARTHING Grounding System Electrolytic Maintenance Free Earthing The effective earthing c o n n e c t i o n surface should be smooth and free form paints a n d oxide coatings A 1 2 3 4 B. General Self contained ground electrode (s) using electrolytically enhanced grounding. The electrode shall operate by hygroscopic ally extracting moisture from the atmosphere to activate the electrolytic process. Electrode shall be UL Listed/CPRI or RDSO approved. Electrode shall be 100 % self activating, sealed and maintenance free. No additions of chemical or water solutions required. Technical Specifications Type and Technical Specifications (Long Life Maintenance Free Earthing Solution)
Soil Current Capacity Electrode Details Length (feet) 10 Outer (mm) 60-80 Thickness (mm) 2 Back Fill Qty (Bags 3 Test Cover Well

Type

Electrolytic Earthing

Normal

1 kA/9Se

Polyplastic

Note : Each Bags Contain 25 Kg materials. 1 2 The specifications with performance warranty and technical spec details shown in the tables. The ground rod shall be filled from the factory with non hazardous metallic salts/anti corrosives conductive mixture having not more than 0.15 Ohm/cm resistance conforming to IS 3043 to form the electrolytic process and enhance the grounding performance. Ground rod shall be a minimum of three Mts. long. Inner pipe G I /Copper o f s u i t a b l e d i a o r s t r i p c o m p r e s s e d t o 5 0x5 mm ( m i n i m u m ) Strip with 2Nosholes a t the top of the electrode for the connections and inspection purpose.

3 4

C.

Protective Test Well 1. Poly plastic well lid & cap light weight (1.2 Kg), suitable to Withstands vehicles moment over 5 tones weight load traffic applications . Includes bolt down flush cover with breather ports

D. 1. 2. E. 1 2. 3. 4. F 1 2. 3 4.

Environment Friendly Backfill Material Non corrosive , electrically conductive and ground enhancing backfill conforming to IS 3043. Backfill will lower the contact resistance to earth by up 63% when in conjunction with copper grounding equipment . No mixing or tamping shall be required for backfill application.

Excavation Bore a hole in to the earth (minimum diameter 6) Hole should be bored to allow installed unit to be as close to vertical as possible. A 14 Hole must be provided for the cover box. Depth of hole must be 6 deeper than the vertical length of the system. Top vent ports must be left open to the atmosphere for continuous air circulations by using the protective test well provided. Installation Remove sealing tapes from bottom of unit only. Tapes must be saved and made available to the electrical inspector to verify removal and proper installation. Position the unit in the hole. Three bags of Back Fill are included with each 10 electrode. Pour BackFill (Each bag contain 25Kg Materials) around electrode in augured hole . Do not mound backfill past green and white marker. Place box with cover over the top of the electrode so that the cover is at grade level. Use backfill to stabilizer box around the electrode .This keeps the breather holes free of obstructions and debris. Top of box should not contact the top of the electrode. Remove top sealing tape ONLY after backfill is complete. This prevents soil from blocking the vent ports. Connection 1 Connect grounding conductor to ground rod pigtail exothermally/ Stainless steel nut and bolts. 2 Burry grounding conductor 30inch below grade.

5. D.

SECTIONIX LIST OF APPROVED MAKES


Sr. 1 Description Moulded Case Circuit Breakers A Makes Approved
L&T (D SINE)/ SIEMENS (3VL)/ ABB : (TMA)/SCHNEIDER (NSX)/ GE (RECORD PLUS)

MCB (10KA)

: Legrand / Schneider / 3VL L&T/ABB/Siemens/Hager : Automatic Electric / Kappa/Crompton : Kaycee / Salzer/ AE MmmMaMaxSeries/Siemenes L & T (ESBEE) / Schneider : (Telemecanique) / Siemens : (with Adlec CPRI systems type test / SPC certification Electrotech for Pvt.Ltd. / Advance /Tricolite/Milestones : L & T /Conserv/AE : Skytone / Havells / Finolex/Gloster/Polycab : Rico Steel/ Slotco/ Pilco Skytone : / Havells / Gloster/Polycab/Finolex : Double Compression type, Siemens type with rubber ring and double washers Comet/Standard Metal Industries/Dowells : Dowells/3-D/Comet : Universal Alltec/ Ashlok/ JMV/ERICO/ : ISI marked Diamond

3 .4 5

Current Transformers Selector Switches LED Indication Lamps & Push buttons MV Panels Boards 50KA Fault level)

7 8

Digital Energy Meter/Digital Meters L.T Cables

9 10

Cable Tray Control Cables Cable Glands

11

12. 14. 15.

Lugs Maintenance free earthing PVC Pipes

16. PVC Duct Pipes duroflex/Jyoti/Dutron/AKG

Commercial Bid BOQ ( Schedule of Qunatities)


S/ N 1 Description Supply, Fabrication and Installing following sizes of Perforated type powder coated Cable trays including horizontal and vertical bends, reducers, tees, cross members and other accessories as required, and duly suspended from the ceiling /on wall/on partition with M.S. supports suspenders (not less then 10 mm dia) with dash fasteners and bolts, nuts and washers etc, including painting of supports etc. as required on Partition/wall/from roof/ceiling at an interval of not more than 1 Mtr. Center to centre and bolts, nuts and washers etc, compete in all respect 50mm x 600 mm x 2.0 mm thickness Supply, Fabrication and Installing following sizes of Perforated type powder coated Cable trays including horizontal and vertical bends, reducers, tees, cross members and other accessories as required, and duly suspended from the ceiling /on wall/on partition with M.S. supports suspenders (not less than 10 mm dia) with dash fasteners and bolts, nuts and washers etc, including painting of supports etc. as required on Partition/wall/from roof/ceiling at an interval of not more than 1 Mtr. Center to centre and bolts, nuts and washers etc, compete in all respect 50mm x 450 mm x 2.0 mm thickness Mtr 25 Unit Mtr Qty 60 Rate in Rs. Amount in Rs.

Supply, Fabrication and Installing following sizes of Perforated type powder coated Cable trays including horizontal and vertical bends, reducers, tees, cross members and other accessories as required, and duly suspended from the ceiling /on wall/on partition with M.S. supports suspenders (not less than 10 mm dia) with dash fasteners and bolts, nuts and washers etc, including painting of supports etc. as required on Partition/wall/from roof/ceiling at an interval of not more than 1 Mtr. Center to centre and bolts, nuts and washers etc, compete in all respect 25mm x 150 mm x 2.0 mm thickness

Mtr

10

Supply, fabrication ladder/ frame as per site condition with not less than 6X50 mm M.S strips and 50X50X6 mm M.S. angels of required length and necessary Heavy duty G.I clamps/ insulated supports, nut bolts etc. for fixing 4 nos. 4c 120/240 sq. mm al. conductor Armoured cables and installing in shaft with heavy duty holdfasts /dash fasteners& painting complete in all respect Providing and fixing earth bus of following sizes on tray/ surface or in recess with suitable clamps/net bolts and welding the joints for perfect connections etc. as required 50mm x 6 mm GI strip

Nos.

15

Mtr

50

Providing and fixing earth bus of following sizes on tray/ surface or in recess with suitable clamps/net bolts and welding the joints for perfect connections etc. as required

Mtr

50

25 mm x 3 mm GI strip

Supply of spiral reinforced PVC Duct pipe, laying/ laid on cable tray /in ground (including cutting & re filling where ever required) clamping to support/laying / on surface of wall/roof in an approved manner as required complete with all accessories. 60mm dia.

Mtr

280

Supply of spiral reinforced PVC Duct pipe, laying/ laid on cable tray /in ground (including cutting & re filling where ever required) clamping to support/laying / on surface of wall/roof in an approved manner as required complete with all accessories. 40 mm dia.

Mtr

50

Shifting of existing Cubical Panel with 2nos of 800 Amps MCCB etc. from basement to Ground floor and installation in UPS Room at ground floor.

Nos.

10

Supply, Installation, testing & commissioning of the following cubical type panels made of 14 guage CRCA structure, base channel, doors & partitions complete with moulded case circuit breakers ,digital meters, indicating LED indication lamps, current transformer etc. Complete in all respects, insulated bus bars with heat shrinkable PVC sleeve in suitable bus chambers, interconnection, small wiring, name plate, danger plate, 25 mm x 3 mm GI earth bus etc. & comprising of compartments with hinged doors for each feeder &braided copper earthing with body, its accessories, cable alley suitable for accommodating 2 nos. 240 sq.mm cables and is termination with extended copper links of each MCCB, with hinged doors, bus Bar chamber with bolted/hinged door etc. The panel being of dust & vermin proof construction with rubber gasket, attractively powder coated with Siemens grey shade and having orange peel finish. The panels shall be free standing type/ wall mounted type as per relevant and comprising with the following: Note:1) All MCCBS shall be with Extended type Front door operating handle, Phase Spreaders & Phase Barriers Metering CTs burden shall be 15VA & accuracy class 0.5 CTs shall be "CAST RESIN" type .MCCB's shall be with Adjustable 50% to 100% of its rated current thermal magnetic Releases ( overload settings) and Adjustable short circuit settings. 2) All meter shall be "DIGITAL" type. 3) All indication lights shall be "LED"

Nos.

type. 4) Breaking Capacity of all MCCB's are Ics Service,50KA Breaking Capacity 5) Degree of Protection for panels shall be IP:42 Panel Manufacturer should have Type Tested panels for Short Time withstand current test of 50KA for 1.0 Sec from CPRI/ ERDA. 6) ON /OFF/ LED indicating lamps shall be provided for all 3 phase MCCB Outgoing feeders. 7) Control SP MCB's of 2/4A Rating shall be provided for each metering circuit 8) METERING Multi function Digital VIF Meter with CT's. & Control MCB's. R/Y/B phase Indicating LED lamps for Incomers. 1 Set of "ON /OFF" LED Indicating lamps with control MCB No of Incomers & Outgoings: 1000Amp rating 4 nos. Aluminium bus bars, 800 A 4 pole MCCB 2 nos. as incomers, same capacity of mechanical interlocking bus coupler MCCB and 630 A 3 pole MCCB 2 nos,125A 4pole MCCB 6 NOS as outgoing feeders.

11

Supply, Installation, testing & commissioning of the cubical type panels having above common specifications mentioned at item no:10 with following no of Incomers & Outgoings: 1000Amp rating 4 nos. Aluminium bus bars, 630 A 4 pole MCCB 2 nos. as incomers and 400A 4Pole MCCB 2 nos., 125A 4pole MCCB 6 NOS as outgoing feeders.

Nos.

12

Supply, Installation, testing & commissioning of the cubical type panels having above common specifications mentioned at item no:10 with following no of Incomers & Outgoings: 1000Amp rating 4 nos. Aluminium bus bars, 630 A 4 pole MCCB 2 nos. as incomers and 630 A 4 pole MCCB 2 nos, 400A 4Pole MCCB 1no. as outgoing feeders.

Nos.

13

Supply, Installation, testing & commissioning of the cubical type panels having above common specifications mentioned at item no:10 with following no of Incomers & Outgoings: Panel 1000 Amp rating 4 nos. Aluminium bus bars, 630 A 4 pole MCCB 2 nos. as incomers and 1 no. 630 A 4 pole MCCB, 1 no..400A 4Pole MCCB 2 nos. and 6 nos. 125 A 4 pole MCCB as outgoing feeders. Note: - Panel to be installed at 3rd floor.

Nos.

14

Supplying, laying, testing & commissioning of the following 1100 Volts grade Armoured. XLPE insulated PVC sheathed Aluminium / Copper conductor cable confirming to IS 7098 Part - I / 2 laid over MS supports/ laid on cable tray including clamping the cable to support in an approved manner as required complete with all accessories.
Note:- Cable need to be laid between

Mtr

260

basement and ground floor & ground floor to third floor. 15 3.5 core240Sq.mm Al. XLPE Cable Supplying, laying, testing & commissioning of the following 1100 Volts grade Armoured. XLPE insulated PVC sheathed Aluminium / Copper conductor cable confirming to IS 7098 Part - I / 2 laid over MS supports/ laid on cable tray including clamping the cable to support in an approved manner as required complete with all accessories.
Note:- Cable need to be laid between

Mtr

450

basement and ground floor & ground floor to third floor. 4 core240Sq.mm Al. XLPE Cable 16 CABLES END TERMINATIONS : Supply & making end terminations for following XLPE /PVC sheathed Aluminium /Copper conductor cables using crimping sockets, brass compression glands, etc.,as required. 3.5 core 240 Sq.mm 17 CABLES END TERMINATIONS: Supply & making end terminations for following XLPE /PVC sheathed Aluminium /Copper conductor cables using crimping sockets, brass compression glands, etc.,as required. Nos. 14 Nos. 16

4 core 240 Sq.mm

18

Supplying, laying, testing & commissioning FRLS 1100 Volts grade PVC sheathed / insulated Single Core Multi stranded 120 Sq.mm Cu. Conductor Cables confirming to IS 694 : 1990 in the existing spiral reinforced flexible PVC duct/pipe on the existing trays/in the ground/on wall in an approved manner as required complete with all accessories. End termination of FRLS 1100 Volts grade PVC sheathed / insulated Multi stranded 120 Sq.mm Cu. Conductor Cables with Copper thimbles

Mtr

1400

19

Nos.

130

20

MAINTENANCE FREE COPPER EARTHING FOR UPS NEUTRAL Supply, Installation, Testing & Commissioning of long life Maintenance Free Electrolytic Earthing System (CPRI/RDSO approved) as per technical specifications. The ground rod of minimum 10 ft (outer shell) shall be filled from the factory with non hazardous metallic salts/anti corrosives conductive mixture , Inner pipe of suitable dia. or strip compressed to 50x5 mm ( m i n i m u m ) Strip with 2Nos. holes at the top of the electrode rated for 50kA fault current for the connections and inspection purpose. The work is inclusive of cutting RCC floor, making bore a hole in to the earth (minimum diameter 6) not less than 3.5 Mtr. Depth, Position the unit in the hole. Back Filling the hole with factory supplied Non corrosive , carbon based electrically conductive and ground enhancing compound 75 Kg ( tested by NABL Accredited Laboratories in India )and providing without mixing soil and providing Polyplastic Protective Test Well lid ,cap light weight(1.2 Kg) Withstands vehicles moment over 5 tones weight load. Dedicated neutral 300KVA UPS Earthing For

Nos.

-Ground rod (outer shell) shall be of G.I /copper plated(100micron minimum) of 60-80 mm dia Inner pipe c o m p r e s s e d at t e r m i n a l / strip shall be of copper not less than 50X 5 mm with above specifications

Earthing Practice shall be conforming to IS 3043 standards Note:- Earth Resistance should be achieved less than 1 Ohm per earth pit.

21

Supply, Installation, Testing & Commissioning of long life Maintenance Free Electrolytic Earthing System (CPRI/RDSO approved) having common specifications mentioned at item no:with following configuration Dedicated Body Earthing For 300KVA UPS -Ground rod (outer shell) shall be of G.I not less than 2mm wall thickness. of 60-80 mm dia Inner pipe c o m p r e s s e d at t e r m i n a l / strip shall be of G.I. not less than 50X5 mm with above specifications Earthing Practice shall be conforming to IS 3043 standards Note:- Earth Resistance should be achieved less than 1 Ohm per earth pit.

Nos.

TOTAL