Tender-Karnatka

NOTES BY BAL RAJ SAWHNEY

IN THIS TENDER THEY HAVE CLEARLY MENTIONED NAME (EASY GRIP  CANNULAE) PLEASE CHECK AFTER UNDER MENTIONED TITLE(1. RequirementsSECTION V – SCHEDULE OF REQUIREMENTS)

3.1. Manual Vacuum Aspirator (MVA Kit) 59

 

 

 

GOVERNMENT OF KARNATAKA
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & FAMILY WELFARE
KARNATAKA STATE DRUG LOGISTICS & WAREHOUSING SOCIETY
(KSDLWS), BENGALURU
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TENDER
FOR
SUPPLY&INSTALLATION
OF
EQUIPMENTS, FURNITURE &MVA KITS
AT
HEALTH INSTITUTIONS
Tender No. KDL/EQPT/TND/157/2016-17 (IND-421) dated13/03/2017
Karnataka State Drug Logistics & Warehousing Society (KSDLWS),
No.1, Dr. Siddaiah Puranik Road, KHB Colony, Magadi Road, Bangalore – 560079
Phone: +91-80-23283218 Fax: +91-80-23281477
Email: ad.kdlws@gmail.com
Website: http://www.kdlws.kar.nic.in

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

TENDER SCHEDULE 7

SECTION I – INVITATION FOR TENDERS (IFT) 8

Section II – INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS (ITT) 14

  1. Introduction 15
  2. Tender Documents 15
  3. Preparation of Tenders 16
  4. Submission of Tenders 24
  5. Tender Opening and Evaluation of Tenders 25
  6. Award of Contract 29

SECTION III – GENERAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT (GCC) 32

  1. Definitions 33
  2. Application 33
  3. Standards 33
  4. Use of Contract Documents and Information; Inspection and Audit by the Government 34
  5. Patent Rights 34
  6. Performance Security 34
  7. Inspections and Tests 35
  8. Packing 36
  9. Delivery and Documents: 37
  10. Insurance 37
  11. Transportation 37
  12. Incidental Services 37
  13. Spare Parts 38
  14. Warranty 38
  15. Payment 40
  16. Prices 40
  17. Change Orders 40
  18. Contract Amendments 41
  19. Assignment 41
  20. Subcontracts 41
  21. Delays in the Supplier’s Performance 41
  22. Liquidated Damages 42
  23. Termination for Default 42
  24. Force Majeure 43
  25. Termination for Insolvency 43
  26. Termination for Convenience 43
  27. Settlement of Disputes 44
  28. Limitation of Liability 44
  29. Governing Language 45
  30. Applicable Law 45
  31. Notices 45
  32. Taxes and Duties 45

SECTION IV – SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT (scc) 46

  1. Definitions (GCC Clause 1). 47
  2. Inspection and Tests (GCC Clause 7). 47
  3. Delivery and Documents (GCC Clause 9) 47
  4. Incidental Services (GCC Clause 12) 48
  5. Payment (GCC Clause 15) 49
  6. Settlement of Disputes (Clause 27) 49
  7. Notices ( GCC Clause 31) 50
  8. Right to use defective equipment 51
  9. Supplier Integrity 51
  10. Supplier’s Obligations 51
  11. Patent Rights 51
  12. Site Preparation and Installation 52
  13. Equipment Installation 52
  14. Equipment Maintenance 52
  15. Training 52
  16. Technical Documentation 52
  17. Performance Security 52
  18. Price Preference to SSI 53
  19. Applicability of Sales Tax / VAT during Price Evaluation 53

SECTION V – SCHEDULE OF REQUIREMENTS 54

  1. Requirements 55
  2. Delivery Schedule 58
  3. Consignee Details 59

3.1. Manual Vacuum Aspirator (MVA Kit) 59

3.2. RNTCP 59

3.3. Universal Health Coverage (UHC) 59

SECTION VI – TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS 60

  1. Manual Vacuum Aspirator (MVA Kits) 61
  2. RNTCP 63

2.1. 3 Seater Lobby Chair 63

2.2. 8 liter RO + UV Water Purifier 63

2.3. Armed Chair for Digital Library 64

2.4. Book Racks 65

2.5. Chairs 65

2.6. Computer Chair 65

2.7. Computer Table 66

2.8. Culture Reading Light 66

2.9. Domestic Microwave Oven 66

2.10. Electrical Floor Cleaning Machine 67

2.11. Fully automatic Front loading washing machine 68

2.12. Granite Top Table 68

2.13. Induction Stove 69

2.14. Laser Printer 69

2.15. Online UPS 5KVA with 120 minutes backup 69

2.16. Refrigerator 320 liters 70

2.17. Table for Digital Library 71

2.18. Table for Reading Room 71

2.19. Training Chairs (p-type) 72

2.20. Training Tables 72

2.21. Wooden Cupboard 72

  1. Universal Health Coverage (UHC) 73

3.1. Anterior vaginal wall Retractor 73

3.2. Artery Forceps Straight 73

3.3. Artery Forceps-Curved 73

3.4. Autoclave Vertical (Only for Hsc with case load for deliveries) 73

3.5. Basin with stand 74

3.6. BP Apparatus (Digital) 74

3.7. BP apparatus (Manual) 75

3.8. Buckets Big (Plastic) 75

3.9. Buckets Small (Plastic) 75

3.10. Chairs for waiting area 75

3.11. Cheatle’s Forceps 76

3.12. Computer 76

3.13. Cord Cutting Scissors 77

3.14. Cusco’s Vaginal Speculum Large 77

3.15. Cusco’s Vaginal Speculum Medium 77

3.16. Cusco’s Vaginal Speculum Small 77

3.17. Data Card 78

3.18. Dental Probe 78

3.19. Digital Thermometer 78

3.20. Disposable Delivery Kit 78

3.21. Dressing Drum with lid 79

3.22. Dressing Forceps 79

3.23. Dust Bins – Blue 79

3.24. Dust Bins – Red 79

3.25. Dust Bins – White 79

3.26. Electric Hot Plate 80

3.27. Episiotomy Scissors 80

3.28. Examination Lamp 80

3.29. Examination Table 81

3.30. Fire Extinguisher 81

3.31. Foam Mattress for Labour Table (Only for the HSC Selected As points for conducting delivery) 82

3.32. Foam Mattresses for Examination Table 82

3.33. Foetoscope 82

3.34. Foot Step 82

3.35. Gauze Cutting Scissors Straight 83

3.36. Glass rods 83

3.37. Glass slides 83

3.38. Glucometer and Testing Strips 83

3.39. Glucometer Testing Strips (Boxes) 83

3.40. Hub Cutter Syringe 83

3.41. Instrument Tray with cover 84

3.42. IV Stands 84

3.43. Kelly’s Hemostat forceps straight 85

3.44. Kidney Tray big 85

3.45. Kidney Tray small 85

3.46. Labour Table (Only for the HSC selected As points for conducting Delivery) 85

3.47. Mackintosh Sheets – 5 meter 86

3.48. Measuring Tape 86

3.49. Mouth Gag 86

3.50. Mouth Mirror 86

3.51. Mucous Sucker 86

3.52. Nebulizer 86

3.53. Needle Destroyer 87

3.54. Needle Holder 88

3.55. Office Chair 88

3.56. Office Table 88

3.57. Online UPS 1 KVA with 60 minute backup 89

3.58. Oxygen Cylinder with trolley 90

3.59. Plain (Tissue) Forceps 90

3.60. PPIUCD Sets 90

3.61. Resuscitate or (Ambu Bag) Paediatric with Face Mask 91

3.62. Screen Separators stand 91

3.63. Sim’s Vaginal Speculum Double Ended Medium 91

3.64. Slide drying rack 92

3.65. Snellen And near vision chart 92

3.66. Specimen collection bottle 92

3.67. Spirit lamp 92

3.68. Sponge Holding Forceps 92

3.69. Steel Almirah / Cupboard/storage chests 93

3.70. Sterilizer 93

3.71. Stethoscope 93

3.72. Stool including for attendants 94

3.73. Suture Material 94

3.74. Suture Needles – Triangular and Round tip 94

3.75. Table Lamp with 200 W bulb 94

3.76. Test tube holding clamp 94

3.77. Test tube rack 94

3.78. Test tubes 94

3.79. Thermometer-Oral 94

3.80. Tongue Depressor 94

3.81. Toothed Forceps 95

3.82. Torch 95

3.83. Vaccine Carries box 95

3.84. Vaccine Carries Ice packs 97

3.85. Weighing Scale Adult (Digital) 97

3.86. Weighing Scale Infant 97

3.87. Weighing Scale Paediatric 98

3.88. White writing boards 98

3.89. Package – NCD Equipments 98

3.89.1. 4 Tenaculum Hooks 98

3.89.2. Aylesbury Spatula 98

3.89.3. Cervical Biopsy Forceps 98

3.89.4. Colposcope 98

3.89.5. Cryotherapy Equipment 99

3.89.6. Endo cerival Brush 100

3.89.7. Endo cerival Currette 100

3.89.8. Micropipette 100

3.89.9. Vulsellum Forceps 101

3.89.10. Yellow Tips for Micropipette 101

SECTION VII – QUALIFICATION CRITERIA 102

SECTION VIII – TENDER FORM 103

  1. Price Schedule – For Supply, Installation and Commissioning of Equipments 104
  2. Price Schedule – Format VIII/B 105

SECTION IX – DETAILS OF EARNEST MONEY DEPOSITED 106

SECTION X – CONTRACT FORM 107

SECTION XI – PERFORMANCE SECURITY FORM 109

SECTION XI/A – COMPREHENSIVE MAINTENANCE SECURITY BANK GUARANTEE FORM 110

SECTION XII – PROFORMA FOR QUALIFICATION CRITERIA FOR THE MANUFACTURER TO THE EXTENT OF 80% IN ANY ONE OF THE LAST THREE FINANCIAL YEARS 111

SECTION XII/A – PROFORMA FOR QUALIFICATION CRITERIA FOR THE AUTHORIZED AGENTS TO THE EXTENT OF 30% IN ANY ONE OF THE LAST THREE FINANCIAL YEARS 112

SECTION XIII – MANUFACTURER’S AUTHORIZATION FORM 114

SECTION XIV – PROFORMA FOR EQUIPMENT AND QUALITY CONTROL EMPLOYED BY THE MANUFACTURER 115

SECTION XV – PROOF OF SERVICE CENTRE IN KARNATAKA 117

SECTION XVI – DECLARATION FOR PERFORMANCE OF QUOTED MODEL 118

ANNEXURE 1 – SALES TAX CLEARANCE CERTIFICATE 119

ANNEXURE II – ANNUAL TURNOVER STATEMENT 120

ANNEXURE III – FORMAT OF AFFIDAVIT 121

ANNEXURE IV – BANK ACCOUNT DETAILS 122

ANNEXURE V – CHECKLIST OF DOCUMENTS TO BE SUBMITTED BY BIDDERS 123

 

 

TENDER SCHEDULE

1. Tender Reference No. : KDL/EQPT/TND/157/2016-17 (IND-421)
2. Date of Commencement of Download of Tender Document from eProcurement website http://eproc.karnataka.gov.in : From13/03/2017
3. Date, Time & Venue of Pre-bid Meeting : 20/03/2017 at 11:00 AM at the following venue:

Karnataka State Drug Logistics & Warehousing Society (KSDLWS)

No.1, Dr. Siddaiah Puranik Road,
KHB Colony, Magadi Road,
Bangalore – 560079

4. Last Date and Time for uploading Online Queries in eProcurement Portal : 21/03/2017 up to 5:00 PM
5. Last Date and Time for uploading of eTender in eProcurement portal : 03/04/2017 up to 5:00 PM
6. Date and Time of Online Opening of Technical Bids : 05/04/2017
7. Date and Time of Equipments Demonstration : Shall be intimated
8. Address for Communication : Karnataka State Drug Logistics & Warehousing Society (KSDLWS)

No.1, Dr. Siddaiah Puranik Road,
KHB Colony, Magadi Road,
Bangalore – 560079

Phone: +91-80-23283218
Fax: +91-80-23281477

Email: ad.kdlws@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SECTION I –INVITATION FOR TENDERS (IFT)

 

Government of Karnataka
Karnataka State Drug Logistics & Warehousing Society®
No.1, Dr. Siddaiah Puranik Road, KHB Colony, Magadi Road, Bangalore – 560079
Phone: +91-80-23283218 Fax: +91-80-23281477
Email: ad.kdlws@gmail.com

IFT No.:KDL/EQPT/TND/157/2016-17 (IND-421) Date:13/03/2017

 

  • The Additional Director Karnataka State Drug Logistic and Warehousing Society® (Purchaser) invites eTenders from eligible tenderers who are registered in the eProcurement Portal by using ID & Digital Signature for the supply of the following equipments:
Sl. Category Item Quantity EMD Annual Turnover of Bidder Warranty CMC
1.  MVA Kit  Package – Manual Vacuum Aspirators (MVA Kit)  1,329  66,450 79,74,000    
a. MVA Kit Easy Grip Cannulae Size No. 10  1,329 NA NA
b. MVA Kit Easy Grip Cannulae Size No. 12  1,329 NA NA
c. MVA Kit Easy Grip Cannulae Size No. 6  1,329 NA NA
d. MVA Kit Easy Grip Cannulae Size No. 8  1,329 NA NA
e. MVA Kit Easy Grip Cannulae Size No.7  1,329 NA NA
f. MVA Kit Easy Grip Cannulae Size No.9  1,329 NA NA
g. MVA Kit Manual Vacuum Aspirator  1,329 NA NA
2. RNTCP 3 Seater Lobby Chair  4  550  66,000 NA NA
3. RNTCP 8 liter RO + UV Water Purifier  1  430  51,000 2 years NA
4. RNTCP Armed Chair for Digital Library  5  630  75,000 NA NA
5. RNTCP Book Racks  6  1,650 1,98,000 NA NA
6. RNTCP Chairs  32  520  62,400 NA NA
7. RNTCP Computer Chair 3 200 23,400 NA NA
8. RNTCP Computer Table 4 340 40,400 NA NA
9. RNTCP Culture Reading Light  1  30  3,000 NA NA
10. RNTCP Domestic Microwave Oven  1  500  60,000 2 years NA
11. RNTCP Electrical Floor Cleaning Machine  1  5,000 6,00,000 2 years NA
12. RNTCP Fully automatic Front loading washing machine  1  930 1,11,000 2 years NA
13. RNTCP Granite Top Table  8  4,000 4,80,000 NA NA
14. RNTCP Induction Stove  1  150  18,000 2 years NA
15. RNTCP Laser Printer  1  420  50,300 2 years NA
16. RNTCP Online UPS 5KVA with 120 minutes backup 1 1,880 2,25,000 2 years NA
17. RNTCP Refrigerator 320 liters  2  1,600 1,92,000 2 years NA
18. RNTCP Table for Digital Library  5  440  52,500 NA NA
19. RNTCP Table for Reading Room  1  200  24,000 NA NA
20. RNTCP Training Chairs  10  630  75,000 NA NA
21. RNTCP Training Tables  5  440  52,500 NA NA
22. RNTCP Wooden Cupboard  4  500  60,000 NA NA
23. UHC Anterior vaginal wall Retractor 143  1,640 1,96,900 NA NA
24. UHC Artery Forceps Straight 399  7,630 9,15,700 NA NA
25. UHC Artery Forceps-Curved 399  7,630 9,15,700 NA NA
26. UHC Autoclave Vertical (Only for Hsc with case load for deliveries)  10  24,750 29,70,000 3 years NA
27. UHC Basin with stand 103  2,450 2,93,600 NA NA
28. UHC BP Apparatus (Digital) 103  3,350 4,01,700 NA NA
29. UHC BP apparatus (Manual) 103  1,670 2,00,900 NA NA
30. UHC Buckets Big (Plastic) 126  950 1,13,400 NA NA
31. UHC Buckets Small (Plastic) 126  790  94,500 NA NA
32. UHC Chairs for waiting area 271  30,490 36,58,500 NA NA
33. UHC Cheatle’s Forceps 196  3,190 3,82,200 NA NA
34. UHC Computer  78  87,750 1,05,30,000 3 years NA
35. UHC Cord Cutting Scissors  20  610  73,400 NA NA
36. UHC Cusco’s Vaginal Speculum Large 103  3,550 4,25,800 NA NA
37. UHC Cusco’s Vaginal Speculum Medium 103  3,550 4,25,800 NA NA
38. UHC Cusco’s Vaginal Speculum Small 103  3,550 4,25,800 NA NA
39. UHC Data Card 116  5,800 6,96,000 NA NA
40. UHC Dental Probe 143  1,000 1,20,100 NA NA
41. UHC Digital Thermometer 206  520  61,800 NA NA
42. UHC Disposable Delivery Kit  30  1,730 2,07,000 NA NA
43. UHC Dressing Drum with lid 103  3,090 3,70,800 NA NA
44. UHC Dressing Forceps 206  1,290 1,54,500 NA NA
45. UHC Dust Bins – Blue 126  4,250 5,10,300 NA NA
46. UHC Dust Bins – Red 126  4,250 5,10,300 NA NA
47. UHC Dust Bins – White 126  4,250 5,10,300 NA NA
48. UHC Electric Hot Plate 103  3,860 4,63,500 3 years NA
49. UHC Episiotomy Scissors  20  840 1,01,000 NA NA
50. UHC Examination Lamp 103  4,640 5,56,200 NA NA
51. UHC Examination Table 103  10,690 12,82,400 NA NA
52. UHC Fire Extinguisher 103  11,590 13,90,500 3 years NA
53. UHC Foam Mattress for Labour Table (Only for the HSC Selected As points for conducting delivery)  5  480  58,200 NA NA
54. UHC Foam Mattresses for Examination Table  63  3,150 3,78,000 NA NA
55. UHC Foetoscope 103  18,030 21,63,000 NA NA
56. UHC Foot Step 103  3,090 3,70,800 NA NA
57. UHC Gauze Cutting Scissors Straight 206  2,320 2,78,100 NA NA
58. UHC Glass rods 412  260  30,900 NA NA
59. UHC Glass slides 10300  15,450 18,54,000 NA NA
60. UHC Glucometer and Testing Strips 103  3,090 3,70,800 1 year NA
61. UHC Glucometer Testing Strips (Boxes) 1545  29,360 35,22,600 NA NA
62. UHC Hub Cutter Syringe 206  6,180 7,41,600 NA NA
63. UHC Instrument Tray with cover 206  2,830 3,39,900 NA NA
64. UHC IV Stands 206  7,730 9,27,000 NA NA
65. UHC Kelly’s Hemostat forceps straight 206  1,800 2,16,300 NA NA
66. UHC Kidney Tray big 206  1,800 2,16,300 NA NA
67. UHC Kidney Tray small 206  1,800 2,16,300 NA NA
68. UHC Labour Table (Only for the HSC selected As points for conducting Delivery)  10  3,630 4,35,000 NA NA
69. UHC Mackintosh Sheets – 5 meter 218  3,000 3,59,700 NA NA
70. UHC Measuring Tape 206  520  61,800 NA NA
71. UHC Mouth Gag 206  1,650 1,97,800 NA NA
72. UHC Mouth Mirror 206  1,290 1,54,500 NA NA
73. UHC Mucous Sucker 143  160  19,300 NA NA
74. UHC Nebulizer 103  4,120 4,94,400 NA NA
75. UHC Needle Destroyer 103  3,860 4,63,500 1 year NA
76. UHC Needle Holder 206  4,730 5,67,300 NA NA
77. UHC Office Chair 103  1,290 1,54,500 NA NA
78. UHC Office Table 103  12,880 15,45,000 NA NA
79. UHC Online UPS 1 KVA with 60 minute backup  76  52,250 62,70,000 3 years NA
80. UHC Oxygen Cylinder with trolley 103  30,900 37,08,000 NA NA
81. UHC Plain (Tissue) Forceps 206  3,790 4,54,200 NA NA
82. UHC PPIUCD Sets  50  3,750 4,50,000 NA NA
83. UHC Resuscitate or (Ambu Bag) Paediatric with Face Mask 103  20,600 24,72,000 NA NA
84. UHC Screen Separators stand 166  8,300 9,96,000 NA NA
85. UHC Sim’s Vaginal Speculum Double Ended Medium 103  1,420 1,70,000 NA NA
86. UHC Slide drying rack 103  1,160 1,39,100 NA NA
87. UHC Snellen And near vision chart 103  6,440 7,72,500 NA NA
88. UHC Specimen collection bottle 830  8,300 9,96,000 NA NA
89. UHC Spirit lamp 206  390  46,400 NA NA
90. UHC Sponge Holding Forceps 143  3,280 3,93,800 NA NA
91. UHC Steel Almirah / Cupboard/storage chests 206  64,120 76,94,100 NA NA
92. UHC Sterilizer 103  14,940 17,93,100 1 year NA
93. UHC Stethoscope 103  640  77,300 NA NA
94. UHC Stool including for attendants 103  3,090 3,70,800 NA NA
95. UHC Suture Material 515  1,930 2,31,800 NA NA
96. UHC Suture Needles – Triangular and Round tip 515  2,250 2,70,400 NA NA
97. UHC Table Lamp with 200 W bulb 103  3,090 3,70,800 1 year NA
98. UHC Test tube holding clamp 206  80  9,300 NA NA
99. UHC Test tube rack 206  260  30,900 NA NA
100. UHC Test tubes 1030  390  46,400 NA NA
101. UHC Thermometer-Oral 206  210  24,700 NA NA
102. UHC Tongue Depressor 206  3,790 4,54,200 NA NA
103. UHC Toothed Forceps 206  1,580 1,89,100 NA NA
104. UHC Torch 166  2,080 2,49,000 NA NA
105. UHC Vaccine Carries box 103  2,580 3,09,000 2 years NA
106. UHC Vaccine Carries Ice packs 512  12,800 15,36,000 NA NA
107. UHC Weighing Scale Adult (Digital) 103  5,150 6,18,000 1 year NA
108. UHC Weighing Scale Infant 103  7,730 9,27,000 1 year NA
109. UHC Weighing Scale Paediatric 103  7,730 9,27,000 1 year NA
110. UHC White writing boards 103  1,030 1,23,600 NA NA
111.  UHC-NCD  Package – NCD Equipments    75,000 90,00,000    
a. UHC-NCD 4 Tenaculum Hooks  24 NA NA
b. UHC-NCD Aylesbury Spatula  24 NA NA
c. UHC-NCD Cervical Biopsy Forceps  24 NA NA
d. UHC-NCD Colposcope  6 3 years NA
e. UHC-NCD Cryotherapy Equipment  6 3 years NA
f. UHC-NCD Endo cerival Brush  24 NA NA
g. UHC-NCD Endo cerival Currette  24 NA NA
h. UHC-NCD Micropipette  50 NA NA
i. UHC-NCD Vulsellum Forceps  24 NA NA
j. UHC-NCD Yellow Tips for Micropipette  50 NA NA
  • The tenderers may upload tenders for the above goods individually and as package as applicable. Tenderers are advised to note the qualification criteria specified in Section VII to qualify for award of the contract, (vide Section XII and XII A) in addition to other requirements of the tender. Two Cover tender procedures shall be followed. The Tenderers are required to upload First Cover i.e., Technical Bid consisting of document as specified in clause 3.2.2 of ITT and Second Cover i.e., Financial Bid Consisting Price Schedule for the equipment, as well as for CMC (wherever is applicable). This Tender for “Bulk Purchase” holding valid license whose turnover in all three precedingfinancial years is as mentioned in the above column are eligible to participate in the tender.
  • Tender documents may be downloaded from the web site http://eproc.karnataka.gov.in
  • Tenderers must provide Earnest Money Deposit (EMD) as specified in the tender document which shall have to be made through electronic system (Refer Section V – Schedule of Requirement).
  • Tenders along with necessary enclosures must be uploaded to the web site http://eproc.karnataka.gov.inas per tender schedule mentioned in page 4 and First Cover containing the Technical Bid will be opened as per tender schedule.  If the office happens to be closed on the date of opening of the tenders as specified, the tenders will be opened on the next working day.
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  • The Second Cover (Financial Bid) of the Tenderers who are technically qualified / responsive will be opened through e-tendering system. Please refer clause 5.1.2 of ITT.
  • Other details can be seen in the tender documents.
Additional Director

Karnataka State Drug Logistics & Warehousing Society (KSDLWS)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Section II – INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS (ITT)

 

 

1. Introduction

  • Eligible Tenderers
    • Tenderers should not be associated, or have been associated in the past, directly or indirectly, with a firm or any of its affiliates which have been engaged by the Purchaser to provide consulting services for the preparation of the design, specifications, and other documents to be used for the procurement of the equipment to be purchased under this Invitation of Tenders.
    • Bidders shall not be under a declaration of ineligibility for corrupt and fraudulent practices issued by Government of Karnataka
  • Cost of Tendering
    • The Tenderer shall bear all costs associated with the preparation and uploading of its tender, and Additional Director, KSDLWS, Bangalore, hereinafter referred to as “the Purchaser”, will in no case be responsible or liable for these costs, regardless of the conduct or outcome of the tender process.

 

2. Tender Documents

  • Contents of Tender Documents
    • The goods required, tendering procedures and contract terms are prescribed in the tender documents. In addition to the Invitation for Tenders, the tender documents include:
      • Instruction to Tenderers (ITT)
      • General Conditions of Contract (GCC)
      • Special Conditions of Contract (SCC)
      • Schedule of requirements with consignee list – Section V
      • Technical Specifications – Section VI
      • Qualification Criteria – Section VII
      • Tender Form and Price Schedules – Section VIII
      • Earnest Money Deposit – Section IX
      • Contract Form – Section X
      • Performance Security Form – Section XI
      • Performance Statement Form – Section XII
      • Manufacturer’s Authorization Form – Section XIII
      • Equipment and Quality Control Form – Section XIV
      • Proof of Service Centre in Karnataka – Section XV
      • Declaration for Performance of quoted model – Section XVI
    • The Tenderer is expected to examine all instructions, forms, terms, and specifications in the tender documents. Failure to furnish all information required by the tender documents or uploading of a tender not substantially responsive to the tender documents in every respect will be at the Tenderer’s risk and may result in rejection of its tender.
  • Clarification of Tender Documents
    • A prospective Tenderer requiring any clarification of the tender documents may notify the Purchaser in writing by online queries through e-procurement portal. The Purchaser will respond in writing to any request for clarification of the tender documents which it receives no later than last date for receiving queries through e-procurement portal prescribed by the Purchaser. Written copies of the Purchaser’s response) will be published in the e-procurement portal in the form of Addendum / Corrigendum.
  • Amendment of Tender Documents
    • At any time prior to the deadline for uploading of tenders, the Purchaser may, for any reason, whether at its own initiative or in response to a clarification requested by a prospective tenderer, modify the tender documents by amendment.
    • Amendments, if any as per clause 2.3 above will be notified as Addendum/Corrigendum through the e-procurement portal and the same will be binding on all prospective Tenderers.
    • In order to allow prospective tenderers reasonable time in which to take the amendment into account in preparing their tenders, the Purchaser, at its discretion, may extend the deadline for the uploading of tenders.

 

3. Preparation of Tenders

  • Language of Tender
    • The tender prepared by the Tenderer, as well as all correspondence and documents relating to the tender exchanged by the Tenderer and the Purchaser, shall be written in English language. Supporting documents and printed literature furnished by the Tenderer may be in another language provided they are accompanied by an accurate translation of the relevant passages in the English language in which case, for purposes of interpretation of the Tender, the translation shall govern.
  • Documents Constituting the Tender
    • The tender prepared by the Tenderer shall comprise the following components and shall be uploaded in two covers containing the documents as follows:
    • First Cover: (Technical Bid)
      • Earnest money deposit details in accordance with ITT Clause 3.8, receipt of the payment made to be uploaded.
      • Documentary evidence established in accordance with ITT Clause 3.6 that the Tenderer is eligible to tender and is qualified to perform the contract if its tender is accepted;
      • Documentary evidence established in accordance with ITT Clause 3.7 that the equipment and ancillary services to be supplied by the Tenderer are eligible equipment and services and conform to the tender documents.
      • VAT/Sales Registration Certificate with Latest commodity list.
      • Sales Tax Clearance Certificate/latest VAT returns as per Annexure I or in the valid format of the Commercial Tax Department for Previous Financial Year issued by the concerned authorities is to be uploaded
      • Bidders should have Annual turnover as mentioned in Section I – IFT in the preceding three financial years i.e., 2013-14, 2014-15 & 2015-16 certified by Auditor / Chartered Accountant as per Annexure II is to be uploaded. (IT returns will not be considered)
      • Copies of Balance Sheet and Profit and Loss Account for preceding three financial years i.e., 2013-14, 2014-15 & 2015-16 duly certified by the Chartered Accountant / Auditor, is to be uploaded.
      • Notarized Copy of the Manufacturing license obtained from the following competent authority shall be uploaded:
        • Directorate of Industries & Commerce of a State or Union Territory.
        • Factories & Boilers Department of a State or Union Territory.
        • District Industries & Commerce
      • Performance of the manufacturer – 80% performance of respective quantity as per schedule of requirement in any one year during preceding three financial years.
        • To be furnished and signed by the Manufacturer only, at least in any one year during past three financial years prior to the last date of bid submission
        • Proof of 80% Performance shall be submitted in the form of Supply Order / Purchase Order / Invoice Copies. It should be uploaded along with the Performance Statement.
        • Performance of 80% shall be considered for the manufactured, tested and supplied equipment similar to type, size and complexity as specified in the schedule of requirements.
      • Performance of the dealer- 30% of respective quantity in schedule of requirement at least in any one year during preceding three financial years, which should be working satisfactorily at least for six (6) months prior to the last date of bid submission in case of tenderer is an agent/dealer along with 80% manufacturer Performance.
        • Proof of 30% Performance shall be submitted in the form of Supply Order / Purchase Order / Invoice Copies. It should be uploaded along with the Performance Statement.
        • Performance of 30% shall be considered for the supplied, installed and satisfactorily commissioned equipment similar to type, size and complexity as specified in the schedule of requirements.
        • End user Certificate shall be submitted for at least 50% of the quantity covered by Supply Order / Purchase Orders / invoices or for three end users listed in the Performance Statement shall be submitted for each item.
      • If the bidder is the sole distributor / supplier of the quoted equipment throughout the country / abroad, the performance of 80% and 30% may be considered in total (Should be supported with the manufacturer’s declaration as Sole Distributor)
      • The Certificate of incorporation signed by the Registrar of Companies (ROC) notarized is to be uploaded, in case Proprietor/Partnership Firm registration of firm and VAT registration. Notarized copy should be uploaded.
      • Tender Form with an undertaking to abide by the terms and conditions of the tender in the format as per SectionVIII is to be uploaded.
      • The Manufacturers Authorization Form, referred in Section XIII, in original, and copy of manufacturing license of the authorization issuing firm are also to be uploaded. The letter of authority should be issued to only one agent irrespective of models for this particular IFT.  If it is found that letter of authority issued to more than one firm, all the bids for which the authorization is given will be considered Non responsive.
        • Manufacturer’s Authorization has to be considered from the Prime Manufacturer only. Second Authorization from the Importer, dealer, stockiest and any other representatives of Manufacturer shall not be considered.
      • Equipment and quality control Employed by manufacturer as per proforma given in Section XIV.
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      • The tenderer quoting for the equipments under import license shall produce all the above-mentioned documents and also has to produce the documents as formalized as per the prevailing international norms or bilateral agreements between India and the exporting country.
        • If the tenderer claims as an importer, the import license shall be in the tenderer’s name only
      • Documentary evidence established in accordance for Service Center in Karnataka with maintenance staff and other details to be uploaded.
      • Affidavit has to be submitted by the bidder as per proforma given in Annexure III.

[The documents / certificates should be under the name and address of the premises where items quoted are actually manufactured.]

[The Documents uploaded should be clearly visible failing which such documents shall not be considered.  The documents uploaded in general documents should be named individually.]

[Note: The originals of all the documents uploaded under Technical Bid shall be produced for verification within 10 (TEN) days after the opening of the Technical Bid. The manufacturing premises of all responsive bidders will be subject to physical verification if required by KSDLWS or by an agency authorized by the society to ascertain as to whether the bidder has the required manufacturing capacity commensurate with the bid quantity.]

  • Second Cover: (Financial Bid)
    • Prices shall be mentioned in the e-portal system only.
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    • In case of discrepancy between the price uploaded in the e-procurement portal and price schedule documents uploaded in the price bid, the prices uploaded in the e-portal system shall prevail.
  • Tender Form
    • As the tender has been invited through e-portal system, the Tender Form (Section VIII) shall be uploaded in First Cover without price.
  • Tender Prices
    • The Tenderer shall indicate on the Price Schedule in the e-portal system the unit prices and total tender prices of the equipment it proposes to supply under the Contract.  However, tenderers shall quote for the complete requirements of equipments and services specified under each equipment on a single responsibility basis, failing which such tenders will not be taken into account for evaluation and will not be considered for award.
    • Prices indicated on the Price Schedule shall be entered separately as per e-procurement portal in the following manner:
      • The price of the equipment, quoted (ex-works, ex-factory, ex-showroom, ex-warehouse, or off-the-shelf, as applicable), including all duties and sales taxes charges to be paid.
        • on components and raw material used in the manufacture or assembly of equipment quoted ex-works or ex-factory; or
        • on the previously imported equipment of foreign origin quoted ex-showroom, ex-warehouse or off-the-shelf.
      • Unit Price and CMC should be quoted separately. If not quoted separately, the bid will be liable for rejection
      • Any duties, sales and other taxes which will be payable on the equipment if this Contract is awarded;
      • The price for inland transportation, insurance and other local costs incidental to delivery of the equipment to their final destination; and
      • The price of other incidental services listed in Clause 4 of the Special Conditions of Contract.
      • Towards year wise Comprehensive Maintenance Contract, the tenderer will be required to quote through online system in the select column provided as per Section VIII/B. The same will be digitally signed by the contractor and encrypted using the digital key. The CMC shall be quoted only in absolute number and shall not be quoted in percentage.
      • CMC shall be inclusive of all spare parts for the normal functioning of equipments.
    • The  Tenderer’s separation of the price components in accordance with ITT Clause 3.4 above will be solely for the purpose of facilitating the comparison of tenders by the Purchaser and will not in any way limit the Purchaser’s right to contract on any of the terms offered.
    • Prices quoted by the Tenderer shall be fixed during the Tenderer’s performance of the Contract and not subject to variation on any account. A tender uploaded with an adjustable price quotation will be treated as non-responsive and rejected, pursuant to ITT Clause 5.3.
  • Tender Currency
    • Prices shall be quoted in Indian Rupees only.
  • Documents Establishing Tenderer’s Eligibility and Qualifications
    • Pursuant to ITT Clause 3.2, the Tenderer shall furnish, as part of its tender, documents establishing the Tenderer’s eligibility to tender and its qualifications to perform the Contract if its tender is accepted
    • The documentary evidence of the Tenderer’s qualifications to perform the Contract if its tender is accepted, shall establish to the Purchaser’s satisfaction:
      • that, in the case of a Tenderer offering to supply equipment under the contract which the Tenderer did not manufacture or otherwise produce, the Tenderer has been duly authorized (as per authorization form in Section XIII) by the equipment Manufacturer or producer to supply the equipment in India.

[Note 1: Supplies for any particular item quoted in the tender should be from one manufacturer only.  Tenders from agents offering supplies from different manufacturers for the same item in the tender will be treated as non-responsive]

[Note 2: The manufacturer who is authorizing particular agencies should not authorize more than one firm irrespective of Model for this IFT.  If it is found that the authorization is issued to more than one firm, all the bids for which the authorization is given will be considered Non responsive.].

  • That the Tenderer has the financial, technical, and production capability necessary to perform the Contract and meets the criteria outlined in the Qualification requirements specified in Section VII. To this end, all tenders uploaded shall include the following information:
    • The legal status, place of registration and principal place of business of the company or firm or partnership, etc.
    • Details of experience and past performance of the tenderer on equipment offered and on those of similar nature within the past three years and details of current contracts in hand and other commitments (suggested proforma given in Section XII);
  • Documents Establishing Equipment’ Eligibility and Conformity to Tender Documents
    • Pursuant to ITT Clause 3.2, the Tenderer shall furnish, as part of its tender, documents establishing the eligibility and conformity to the tender documents of all equipment and services which the tenderer proposes to supply under the contract.
    • The documentary evidence of conformity of the equipment and services to the tender documents may be in the form of literature, drawings and data, and shall consist of:
      • A detailed description of the essential technical and performance characteristics of the equipment.
      • A visit giving full particulars, including available sources and current prices, of spare parts, special tools, etc., necessary for the proper and continuing functioning of the equipment for a period of seven (3 years warranty + 4 years CMC) years, following commencement of the use of the goods by the Purchaser, wherever applicable; and
      • An item-by-item commentary on the Purchaser’s Technical Specifications demonstrating substantial responsiveness of the equipment and services to those specifications or a statement of deviations and exceptions to the provisions of the Technical Specifications.
      • Technical Literature with model quoted and compliance statement is mandatory.
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  • Earnest Money Deposit (EMD)
    • Pursuant to ITT Clause 3.2, the Tenderer shall furnish, as part of its tender, earnest money deposit as specified in SectionV – Schedule of Requirements.
    • The earnest money deposit is required to protect the Purchaser against the risk of Tenderer’s conduct, which would warrant the security’s forfeiture, pursuant to ITT Clause 3.8.7.
    • The Earnest Money Deposit shall be denominated in Indian Rupees and shall be paid in the e-procurement portal using the following payment modes:
      • Credit Card.
      • Direct Debit.
      • National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT)
      • Over the Counter (OTC).
        • The OTC payment facility will be available at the designated Bank and branch or any bank approved by e-Governance for making payments from the date of tender notification.
      • Confirmation of receipt of EMD in Government of Karnataka central pool A/C held at the Bank approved by e-procurement will be verified. If found that an acceptable EMD is not received as indicated in Clause 3.8.3 above the tender shall be rejected by the Purchaser as Non-responsive.
      • Unsuccessful Tenderer’s earnest money deposit will be refunded as promptly as possible as but not later than 30 days after the expiration of the period of tender validity prescribed by the Purchaser, pursuant to ITT Clause 3.9.
      • The successful Tenderer’s earnest money deposit will be refunded upon the tenderer signing the Contract, pursuant to ITT Clause 6.6, and furnishing the performance security, pursuant to ITT Clause 6.7.
      • The Earnest Money Deposit may be forfeited:
        • If a Tenderer withdraws its tender during the period of tender validity specified by the Tenderer on the Tender Form; or
        • In case of a successful Tenderer, if the Tenderer fails:
          • To sign the Contract in accordance with ITT Clause 6.6; or
          • To furnish performance security in accordance with ITT Clause 6.7.
        • Refund of EMD
          • The EMD money will be kept in the central pooling account until the tender is awarded to the successful bidder.
          • Based on the instructions of Tender Accepting Authority (TAA) the EMD amount of the unsuccessful bidders will be refunded to the respective Bank a/c’s of the Contractor registered in the e-Procurement system.
        • Period of Validity of Tenders
          • Tenders shall remain valid for 180 days after the deadline for uploading of tenders prescribed by the Purchaser, pursuant to ITT Clause 4.2.  A tender valid for a shorter period shall be rejected by the Purchaser as non-responsive.
          • In exceptional circumstances, the Purchaser may solicit the Tenderer’s consent to an extension of the period of validity.  The request and the responses thereto shall be made in writing (or by cable or telex or fax).  The earnest money deposit provided under ITT Clause 3.8 shall also be suitably extended.  Tenderers may refuse the request without forfeiting its earnest money deposit.  Tenderers granting the request will not be required nor permitted to modify their tender.
        • Format and Signing of Tender
          • The Tenderer shall upload the tender along with all the requisite documents through e-tendering system by using user ID and digital signature on Technical and Financial Bids.
          • Any interlineations, erasures or overwriting shall be valid only if they are initialed by the persons or persons signing the tender.
          • The Tenderer shall furnish information as described in the Form of Tender on commissions or gratuities, if any, paid or to be paid to agents relating to this Tender, and to contract execution if the Tenderer is awarded the contract.

4. Submission of Tenders

  • Sealing and Marking of Tenders / Uploading
    • The Tenderers shall upload the Tender through e – tendering system only. No other mode of submission is permitted.
    • The Tender shall:
      • Be addressed to the Purchaser at the following address:

The Additional Director,
Karnataka State Drug Logistics& Ware Housing Society (R),
No. 1, Siddaiah Puranik Road, KHB Colony,
Bangalore – 560 079

  • Bear the Project Name, the Invitation for Tenders (IFT) title and number.
  • In addition to the identification required in Sub Clause 4.1.2, the tenderer shall provide the name and address of the Tenderer to make any further correspondence.
  • Telex, cable or facsimile tenders will be rejected.
  • Deadline for uploading of Tenders
    • Tenders must be uploaded by the Tenderers no later than the time and date specified in the Invitation for Tenders (Section I) on the e-procurement portal.
    • The Purchaser may, at its discretion, extend this deadline for uploading of tenders by amending the tender documents in accordance with ITT Clause 2.3, in which case all rights and obligations of the Purchaser and Tenderers previously subject to the deadline will thereafter be subject to the deadline as extended.
  • Late Tenders
    • Tenders cannot be uploaded by the tenderers after the deadline for uploading of tenders (on the e-procurement portal) prescribed by the Purchaser, pursuant to ITT Clause 4.2.
  • Modification and Withdrawal of Tenders
    • In the “My bids“ Section of the e- procurement portal, the tenderer can view the status of their bids and decrypt bid (i.e. in cases where the tenderer has chosen to encrypt the tender using his own public key) for modification or withdrawal before the due date & time for uploading.

5. Tender Opening and Evaluation of Tenders

  • Opening of Tenders by the Purchaser
    • Opening of First Cover of all Tenderers and evaluation to determine qualified Tenderers by the Purchaser:
      • The Purchaser will open/unlock the First Covers of all tenderers uploaded through e-tendering system
      • The purchaser will verify and confirm the receipt of EMD for all tenderers who have uploaded the tenders. The Tenderers’ names, the presence or absence of earnest money deposit (amount, format and validity) the uploading of qualification information and such other details as the Purchaser, at its discretion, may consider appropriate will be announced at the opening.
      • The Purchaser will prepare minutes of the tender opening.
      • The Purchaser will evaluate and determine whether each tender (a) meets the eligibility criteria defined in ITT Clause 1.1, 3.6 and 3.7.2 is accompanied by the required earnest money deposit as per stipulations in ITT Clause 3.8 and meets the qualification criteria stipulated in Section VII. The Purchaser will draw out a list of Qualified Tenderers.
    • Opening of Second Cover (Financial Bid) of Qualified Tenderers:
      • The Purchaser will inform all the Technically Qualified Tenderers through e-tendering system, after decryption of their Financial bid by Tender Acceptance Authority which could be viewed automatically by the respective technically qualified tenderers. In this regard no separate intimation shall be made by the Purchaser.
    • Clarification of Tenders
      • During evaluation of tenders, the Purchaser may, at its discretion, ask the Tenderer for a clarification of its tender including the breakup of unit price. The request for clarification and the response shall be in writing and no change in prices or substance of the tender shall be sought, offered or permitted.
    • Preliminary Examination
      • The Purchaser will examine the tenders to determine whether they are complete, whether any computational errors have been made, whether required sureties have been furnished, whether the documents have been properly signed, and whether the tenders are generally in order. Tenders from Agents, without proper authorization from the manufacturer as per Section XIII, shall be treated as non-responsive.
      • Arithmetical errors will be rectified on the following basis. If there is a discrepancy between the unit price and the total price that is obtained by multiplying the unit price and quantity, the unit price shall prevail and the total price shall be corrected. If there is a discrepancy between words and figures, the lower of the two will prevail.  If the supplier does not accept the correction of errors, its tender will be rejected and its EMD may be forfeited.
      • The Purchaser may waive any minor informality or non-conformity or irregularity in a tender which does not constitute a material deviation, provided such a waiver does not prejudice or affect the relative ranking of any Tenderer.
      • Prior to the detailed evaluation, pursuant to ITT Clause 5.4, the Purchaser will determine the substantial responsiveness of each tender to the tender documents. For purposes of these Clauses, a substantially responsive tender is one which conforms to all the terms and conditions of the tender documents without material deviations. Deviations from or objections or reservations to critical provisions such as those concerning Performance Security (GCC Clause 6), Warranty (GCC Clause 14), Force Majeure (GCC Clause 24), Limitation of liability (GCC Clause 28), Applicable law (GCC Clause 30), and Taxes & Duties (GCC Clause 32) will be deemed to be a material deviation. The Purchaser’s determination of a tender’s responsiveness is to be based on the contents of the tender itself without recourse to extrinsic evidence.
      • If a tender is not substantially responsive, it will be rejected by the Purchaser and may not subsequently be made responsive by the Tenderer by correction of the non-conformity.
    • Evaluation and Comparison of Tenders
      • The Purchaser’s evaluation of a tender will exclude and not take into account:
        • Any allowance for price adjustment during the period of execution of the Contract, if provided in the tender.
      • The Purchaser’s evaluation of a tender will take into account, in addition to the tender price (Ex-factory/ex-warehouse/off-the-shelf price of the goods offered from within India, such price to include all costs as well as duties and taxes paid or payable on components and raw material incorporated or to be incorporated in the goods, and Excise duty on the finished goods, if payable) and price of incidental services, the following factors, in the manner and to the extent indicated in ITT Clause 5.4.4 and in the Technical Specifications:
        • Cost of inland transportation, insurance and other costs within India incidental to the delivery of the goods to their final destination;
        • Delivery schedule offered in the tender;
        • Deviations in payment schedule from that specified in the Special Conditions of Contract;
        • The availability in India of spare parts and after-sales services for the equipment offered in the tender;
        • Cost of Four years Comprehensive Maintenance Services after 36 months of warranty period. CMC charges shall be considered during Price Evaluation.
        • The bidders are instructed to give demonstration at their own cost, if requested by the purchaser, failing which it will be considered as technically Non-Responsive.
      • Pursuant to ITT Clause 5.4.3, one or more of the following evaluation methods will be applied:
        • Inland Transportation, Insurance and Incidentals:
          • Inland transportation, insurance and other incidentals for delivery of equipment to the final destination as stated in ITT Clause 3.4.2.3.
        • The above costs will be added to the tender price.
          • Delivery Schedule:The Purchaser requires that the equipment under the Invitation for Tenders shall be delivered within period as specified in the Schedule of requirements.  The estimated time of arrival of the equipment at the project site should be calculated for each tender after allowing for reasonable transportation time. Treating the date as per Schedule of requirements as the base, a delivery “adjustment” will be calculated for other tenders at 2% of the ex-factory price including excise duty for each month of delay beyond the base and this will be added to the tender price for evaluation.  No credit will be given to earlier deliveries and tenders offering delivery beyond 2 months of stipulated delivery period will be treated as non-responsive.
          • Deviation in Payment Schedule:The Special Conditions of Contract stipulate the payment schedule offered by the Purchaser. If a tenderdeviates from the schedule and if such deviation is considered acceptable to the Purchaser, the tender will be evaluated by calculating interest earned for any earlier payments involved in the terms outlined in the tender as compared to those stipulated in this invitation, at a rate of 14 percent per annum.
          • Spare Parts and After Sales Service Facilities in India:The cost to the Purchaser of establishing the minimum service facilities and parts inventories, as outlined elsewhere in the tender documents, if quoted separately, shall be added to the tender price.
          • Cost of Four years Comprehensive Maintenance Services after 36 months of warranty period: The cost of four years Comprehensive Maintenance Service Charges after warranty period shall be added to the tender price of equipment after discounting to the net present value at a discount of 10 percent.
        • Contacting the Purchaser
          • Subject to ITT Clause 5.2, no Tenderer shall contact the Purchaser on any matter relating to its tender, from the time of the tender opening to the time the Contract is awarded.  If the tenderer wishes to bring additional information to the notice of the purchaser, it should do so in writing.
          • Any effort by a Tenderer to influence the Purchaser in its decisions on tender evaluation, tender comparison or contract award may result in rejection of the Tenderer’s tender.

 

6. Award of Contract

  • Post qualification
    • In the absence of prequalification, the Purchaser will determine to its satisfaction whether the Tenderer that is selected as having uploaded the lowest evaluated responsive tender meets the criteria specified in ITT Clause 3.6.2.1 and is qualified to perform the contract satisfactorily.
    • The determination will take into account the Tenderer’s financial, technical and production capabilities. It will be based upon an examination of the documentary evidence of the Tenderer’s qualifications uploaded by the Tenderer, pursuant to ITT Clause 3.6, as well as such other information as the Purchaser deems necessary and appropriate.
    • An affirmative determination will be a prerequisite for award of the Contract to the Tenderer. A negative determination will result in rejection of the Tenderer’s tender, in which event the Purchaser will proceed to the next lowest evaluated tender to make a similar determination of that Tenderer’s capabilities to perform the contract satisfactorily.
  • Award Criteria
    • Subject to ITT Clause 6.4, the Purchaser will award the Contract to the successful Tenderer whose tender has been determined to be substantially responsive and has been determined as the lowest evaluated tender, provided further that the Tenderer is determined to be qualified to perform the Contract satisfactorily.
  • Purchaser’s right to vary Quantities as per KTPP
    • The Purchaser reserves the right to increase or decrease by up to 25 percent of the quantity of equipment and services originally specified in the Schedule of requirements without any change in unit price or other terms and conditions as per KTPP Act.
  • Purchaser’s Right to Accept Any Tender and to Reject Any or All Tenders
    • The Purchaser reserves the right to accept or reject any tender, and to annul the tendering process and reject all tenders at any time prior to contract award, without thereby incurring any liability to the affected Tenderer or Tenderers.
  • Notification of Award
    • Prior to the expiration of the period of tender validity, the Purchaser will notify the successful tenderer in writing by registered letter or by cable/telex or fax, to be confirmed in writing by registered letter, that its tender has been accepted.
    • The notification of award will constitute the formation of the Contract.
    • Upon the successful Tenderer’s furnishing of performance security pursuant to ITT Clause 6.7, the Purchaser will promptly notify the name of the winning Tenderer to each unsuccessful Tenderer and will discharge its earnest money deposit, pursuant to ITT Clause 3.8.
    • If, after notification of award, a Tenderer wish to ascertain the grounds on which it’s tender was not selected, it should address its request to the Purchaser. The Purchaser will promptly respond in writing to the unsuccessful Tenderer.
  • Signing of Contract
    • At the same time as the Purchaser notifies the successful tenderer that its tender has been accepted, the Purchaser will send the Tenderer the Contract Form provided in the tender documents, incorporating all agreements between the parties.
    • Within 3 days of receipt of the Notification of Award, the successful Tenderer shall sign the Contract and return it to the Purchaser.
  • Performance Security
    • Within 3 days of the receipt of notification of award from the Purchaser, the successful Tenderer shall furnish the performance security in accordance with the Conditions of Contract, in the Performance Security Form provided in the tender documents or in another form acceptable to the Purchaser.
    • Failure of the successful Tenderer to comply with the requirement of ITT Clause 6.6 or ITT Clause 6.7.1 shall constitute sufficient grounds for the annulment of the award and forfeiture of the earnest money deposit, in which event the Purchaser may make the award to the next lowest evaluated Tenderer or call for new tenders.
  • Corrupt or Fraudulent Practices
    • The Government requires that Tenderers/ Suppliers/ Contractors observe the highest standard of ethics during the procurement and execution of Government financed contracts.  In pursuance of this policy, the Government:
      • Defines, for the purposes of this provision, the terms set forth as follows:
        • “corrupt practice” means the offering, giving, receiving or soliciting of anything of value to influence the action of a public official in the procurement process or in contract execution; and
        • “fraudulent practice” means a misrepresentation of facts in order to influence a procurement process or the execution of a contract to the detriment of the Government, and includes collusive practice among Tenderers (prior to or after tender uploading) designed to establish tender prices at artificial non-competitive levels and to deprive the Government of the benefits of free and open competition;
      • will reject a proposal for award if it determines that the Tenderer recommended for award has engaged in corrupt or fraudulent practices in competing for the contract in question;
      • will declare a firm ineligible, either indefinitely or for a stated period of time, to be awarded a Government financed contract if it at any time determines that the firm has engaged in corrupt or fraudulent practices in competing for, or in executing, a Government-financed contract.
    • Furthermore, Tenderers shall be aware of the provision stated in sub-clause 4.4 and sub-clause 23.1 of the General Conditions of Contract.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SECTION III – GENERAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT (GCC)

 

 

1. Definitions

  • In this Contract, the following terms shall be interpreted as indicated:
    • “The Contract” means the agreement entered into between the Purchaser and the Supplier, as recorded in the Contract Form signed by the parties, including all the attachments and appendices thereto and all documents incorporated by reference therein;
    • “The Contract Price” means the price payable to the Supplier under the Contract for the full and proper performance of its contractual obligations;
    • “The Goods” means all the equipment, machinery, and/or other materials which the Supplier is required to supply to the Purchaser under the Contract;
    • “Services” means services ancillary to the supply of the Goods, such as transportation and insurance, and any other incidental services, such as installation, commissioning, provision of technical assistance, training and other obligations of the Supplier covered under the Contract;
    • “GCC” mean the General Conditions of Contract contained in this section.
    • “SCC” means the Special Conditions of Contract.
    • “The Purchaser” means the organization purchasing the Goods, as named in SCC.
  • “The Purchaser’s country” is the country named in SCC.
  • “The Supplier” means the individual or firm supplying the Goods and Services under this Contract.
  • “The Government” means the Government of Karnataka State.
  • “The Project Site”, where applicable, means the place or places named in SCC.
  • “Day” means calendar day.

 

7. Application

  • These General Conditions shall apply to the extent that they are not superseded by provisions in other parts of the Contract.

 

8. Standards

  • The Goods supplied under this Contract shall conform to the standards mentioned in the Technical Specifications, and, when no applicable standard is mentioned, to the authoritative standard appropriate to the Goods’ country of origin and such standards shall be the latest issued by the concerned institution.

9. Use of Contract Documents and Information; Inspection and Audit by the Government

  • The Supplier shall not, without the Purchaser’s prior written consent, disclose the Contract, or any provision thereof, or any specification, plan, drawing, pattern, sample or information furnished by or on behalf of the Purchaser in connection therewith, to any person other than a person employed by the Supplier in performance of the Contract.  Disclosure to any such employed person shall be made in confidence and shall extend only as far as may be necessary for purposes of such performance.
  • The Supplier shall not, without the Purchaser’s prior written consent, make use of any document or information enumerated in GCC Clause 4.1 except for purposes of performing the Contract.
  • Any document, other than the Contract itself, enumerated in GCC Clause 4.1 shall remain the property of the Purchaser and shall be returned (in all copies) to the Purchaser on completion of the Supplier’s performance under the Contract if so required by the Purchaser.
  • The supplier shall permit the Government to inspect the Supplier’s accounts and records relating to the performance of the Supplier and to have them audited by auditors appointed by the Government, if so required by the Government.

 

10. Patent Rights

  • The Supplier shall indemnify the Purchaser against all third-party claims of infringement of patent, trademark or industrial design rights arising from use of the Goods or any part thereof in India.

 

11. Performance Security

  • Within 3days of receipt of the notification of contract award, the Supplier shall furnish Performance Security to the Purchaser for an amount of 5% of the Contract Value, valid up to 60 days after the date of completion of performance obligations including Warranty obligations. In the event of any correction of defects or replacement of defective material during the Warranty period, the Warranty for the corrected/replaced material shall be extended to a further period of 12 months and the Performance Guarantee for proportionate value shall be extended 60 days over and above the initial Warranty period.
  • The proceeds of the performance security shall be payable to the Purchaser as compensation for any loss resulting from the Supplier’s failure to complete its obligations under the Contract.
  • The Performance Security shall be denominated in Indian Rupees and shall be in the following form:
    • A cashier’s check or Banker’s certified check, or crossed demand draft or pay order drawn in favour of the Purchaser.;
  • The Performance Security will be discharged by the Purchaser and returned to the Supplier not later than 60 days following the date of completion of the Supplier’s performance obligations, including any Warranty obligations, under the Contract and following receipt of a performance guarantee for 2.5% of the contract value excluding Comprehensive Maintenance Services cost towards guarantee for Comprehensive Maintenance Services as stated in clause of SCC.
  • In the event of any contract amendment, the Supplier shall, within 20 days of receipt of such amendment, furnish the amendment to the Performance Security, rendering the same valid for the duration of the Contract as amended for 60 days after the completion of performance obligations including Warranty obligations.

 

12. Inspections and Tests

  • The Purchaser or its representative shall have the right to inspect and/or to test the Goods to confirm their conformity to the Contract specifications at no extra cost to the Purchaser. SCC and the Technical Specifications shall specify what inspections and tests the Purchaser requires and where they are to be conducted.  The Purchaser shall notify the Supplier in writing in a timely manner of the identity of any representatives retained for these purposes.
  • The inspections and tests may be conducted on the premises of the Supplier or its subcontractor(s), at point of delivery and/or at the Goods final destination. If conducted on the premises of the Supplier or its subcontractor(s), all reasonable facilities and assistance, including access to drawings and production data – shall be furnished to the inspectors at no charge to the Purchaser. All the travel and accommodation for the inspection team shall be borne by the Bidder.
  • Should any inspected or tested Goods fail to conform to the specifications, the Purchaser may reject the goods and the Supplier shall either replace the rejected Goods or make alterations necessary to meet specification requirements free of cost to the Purchaser.
  • The Purchaser’s right to inspect, test and, where necessary, reject the Goods after the Goods’ arrival at Project Site shall in no way be limited or waived by reason of the Goods having previously been inspected, tested and passed by the Purchaser or its representative prior to the Goods shipment.
  • Nothing in GCC Clause 7 shall in any way release the Supplier from any warranty or other obligations under this Contract.
  • Supplier / manufacturer must meet all the technical specifications and produce the test Certificates if requested in scheduled requirements “technical specifications”. The bidders are instructed to give demonstration at their own cost, if requested by the purchaser, failing which it will be considered as Technically Non-Responsive.
  • Manuals and Drawings
    • Before the goods and equipment are taken over by the Purchaser, the Supplier shall supply operation and maintenance manuals, circuit diagrams together with equipment. These shall be in such detail as will enable the Purchaser to operate, maintain, adjust and repair all parts of the equipment as stated in the specifications.
    • The manuals and drawings shall be in the ruling language (English) and in such form and numbers as stated in the contract.
    • Unless and otherwise agreed, the goods and equipment shall not be considered to be completed for the purpose of taking over until such manuals and drawings have been supplied to the Purchaser.
  • Acceptance certificates;
    • On successful completion of acceptability test, receipt of deliverables and after the Purchaser is satisfied with the working of the equipment, the acceptance certificate signed by the supplier and the representative of purchaser will be issued. The date on which such certificate is signed shall be deemed to be the date of successful commissioning of the equipment.
    • The operational and maintenance training as per clause 4 of special condition of contract shall be conducted on the dates mutually agreed.

 

13. Packing

  • The Supplier shall provide such packing of the Goods as is required to prevent their damage or deterioration during transit to their final destination as indicated in the Contract.  The packing shall be sufficient to withstand, without limitation, rough handling during transit and exposure to extreme temperatures, salt and precipitation during transit and open storage.  Packing case size and weights shall take into consideration, where appropriate, the remoteness of the Goods’ final destination and the absence of heavy handling facilities at all points in transit.
  • The packing, marking and documentation within and outside the packages shall comply strictly with such special requirements as shall be provided for in the Contract including additional requirements, if any, specified in SCC and in any subsequent instructions ordered by the Purchaser.
  • Packing Instructions: The Supplier will be required to make separate packages for each Consignee. Each Package will be marked on three sides with proper paint/indelible ink the following:
    • Supplied by KSDLWS under ……………….. Programme
    • Contract No. ……………………….. dated …/…/……
    • Suppliers Name …………………………..
    • Packing List Reference number …………………….

 

14. Delivery and Documents:

  • Delivery of the Goods shall be made as per the delivery schedule by the Supplier in accordance with the terms specified by the Purchaser in the Notification of Award.  The details of shipping and/or other documents to be furnished by the supplier are specified in SCC. The goods should be delivered, installed, demonstrated and get the working satisfactory certificate from the end users and the same shall be submitted to this office.

 

15. Insurance

  • The Goods supplied under the Contract shall be fully insured in Indian Rupees against loss or damage incidental to manufacture or acquisition, transportation, storage and delivery. For delivery of goods at site, the insurance shall be obtained by the Supplier in an amount equal to 110% of the value of the goods from “warehouse to warehouse” (final destinations) on “All Risks” basis including War risks and Strikes.

 

16. Transportation

  • Where the Supplier is required under the Contract to transport the Goods to a specified place of destination within India defined as Project site, transport to such place of destination in India including insurance, as shall be specified in the Contract, shall be arranged by the Supplier, and the related cost shall be included in the Contract Price.

17. Incidental Services

  • The supplier shall be required to provide any or all of the following services, including additional services, if any, specified in SCC:
    • Performance or supervision of the on-site assembly and/or start-up of the supplied Goods;
    • Furnishing of tools required for assembly and/or maintenance of the supplied Goods;
    • Furnishing of detailed operations and maintenance manual for each appropriate unit of supplied Goods;
    • Performance or supervision or maintenance and/or repair of the supplied Goods, for a period of time agreed by the parties, provided that this service shall not relieve the Supplier of any warranty obligations under this Contract; and
    • Training of the Purchaser’s personnel, at the Supplier’s plant and/or on-site, in assembly, start-up, operation, maintenance and/or repair of the supplied Goods.
  • Prices charged by the Supplier for incidental services, if not included in the Contract Price for the Goods, shall be agreed upon in advance by the parties and shall not exceed the prevailing rates charged to other parties by the Supplier for similar services.

18. Spare Parts

  • As specified in the SCC, the Supplier may be required to provide any or all of the following materials, notifications, and information pertaining to spare parts manufactured or distributed by the Supplier:
    • such spare parts as the Purchaser may elect to purchase from the Supplier, providing that this election shall not relieve the Supplier of any warranty obligations under the Contract; and
    • In the event of termination of production of the spare parts:
    • Advance notification to the Purchaser of the pending termination, in sufficient time to permit the Purchaser to procure needed requirements; and
    • Following such termination, furnishing at no cost to the Purchaser, the blueprints, drawings and specifications of the spare parts, if requested.
  • The Supplier shall carry sufficient inventories to assure ex-stock supply of consumable spares for the Goods, such as gaskets, plugs, washers, belts etc. Other spare parts and components shall be supplied as promptly as possible but in any case within 3 months of placement of order.

19. Warranty

  • The Supplier warrants that the Goods supplied under this Contract are new, unused, and materials unless provided otherwise in the Contract. The Supplier further warrants that all Goods supplied under this Contract shall have no defect arising from design, materials or workmanship (except when the design and/or material is required by the Purchaser’s Specifications) or from any act or omission of the Supplier, that may develop under normal use of the supplied Goods in the conditions prevailing in the country of final destination.
  • This warranty shall remain valid for 36 months after the Goods or any portion thereof as the case may be, have been delivered to and accepted at the final destination indicated in the Contract, or for 39 months after the date of shipment from the place of loading whichever period concludes earlier. The Supplier shall, in addition, comply with the performance and/or consumption guarantees specified under the Contract. If for reasons attributable to the Supplier, these guarantees are not attained in whole or in part, the Supplier shall at its discretion either:
    • Make such changes, modifications, and/or additions to the Goods or any part thereof as may be necessary in order to attain the contractual guarantees specified in the Contract at its own cost and expense and to carry out further performance tests in accordance with SCC clause 4; OR
    • Pay liquidated damages to the Purchaser with respect to the failure to meet the contractual guarantees. The rate of these liquidated damages shall be as specified in the Technical Specifications.
  • The Purchaser shall promptly notify the Supplier in writing of any claims arising under this warranty.
  • Upon receipt of such notice, the Supplier shall, within the period of 2 days (excluding journey period) and with all reasonable speed, repair or replace the defective Goods or parts thereof, free of cost at the ultimate destination. The Supplier shall take over the replaced parts/goods at the time of their replacement. No claim whatsoever shall lie on the Purchaser for the replaced parts/goods thereafter. In the event of any correction of defects or replacement of defective material during the Warranty period, the Warranty for the corrected or replaced material shall be extended to a further period of 36 months.
  • If the Supplier, having been notified, fails to remedy the major fault within 7 days, the Purchaser may proceed to take such remedial action as may be necessary, at the Supplier’s risk and expense and without prejudice to any other rights which the Purchaser may have against the Supplier under the Contract.
  • The Supplier shall guarantee a 95% uptime of equipments. Resolution time calculated from the time of intimation – 7 days.
  • If any equipment gives continuous trouble, say six times in a month during the Warranty period, the Supplier shall replace the system(s) with new system(s) without any additional cost to the Purchaser.
  • The manufacturer shall support the product with spares, warranty and maintenance for a period of Warranty and CMC as stated in the Tender.
  • The manufacturer shall not quote, deliver or commission equipment, which are either end-of-life or nearing end-of-life.
  • Maintenance Service:
    • Details of Service Center in Karnataka and contract person for maintenance should be provided.
    • Free maintenance services shall be provided by the Supplier during the period of warranty. After warranty period, for next four years, annual maintenance and repairs of the entire equipment including supply of spares etc. will be done by the Supplier under CMC Contract. The comprehensive maintenance and repair cost (after warranty period) shall be paid in three installments for the year i.e., once in 4 months period from the date of completion of the warranty subject to satisfactory services rendered as specified in the bid document and the resultant contract as per the rates quoted in the price schedule.
    • The maximum response time for maintenance complaint from any of the destinations specified in the Schedule of requirements (i.e. time required for supplier’s maintenance engineer to report at the installation after a request call/telegram is made or letter is written) shall not exceed 2 days (excluding journey period).
    • It is expected that the average downtime of the item of equipment will be less than half the maximum downtime (i.e. defined as number of days for which an item of equipment is not usable because of inability of the supplier to repair it) as mentioned in the form of technical details. In case an item is not usable beyond the stipulated maximum downtime the supplier will be required to arrange for an immediate replacement of the same till it is repaired. Failure to arrange for the immediate repair/replacement will be liable for a penalty of Rs100 per day. The amount of penalty will be recovered from the Performance Security guarantee during warranty period. During comprehensive maintenance contract period, the penalty of Rs100 per day will be recovered from the 2.5% of Performance Security Guarantee charges.
    • The Purchaser reserves the right to terminate comprehensive maintenance and repairs contract, after warranty period, at any time without assigning any reasons and the Supplier cannot claim any compensation in this respect.

 

20. Payment

  • The payment will be made in Indian rupees against submission of acknowledgements, installation report and stock certificates from the respective consignees.
  • The Supplier’s request(s) for payment shall be made to the Purchaser in writing, accompanied by an invoice describing, as appropriate, the Goods delivered and the Services performed, and by documents, uploaded pursuant to GCC Clause 9, and upon fulfillment of other obligations stipulated in the contract.
  • Payments shall be made promptly by the Purchaser but in no case later than sixty (60) days after submission of the invoice or claim by the Local (Indian) Supplier. The payment will be made in Indian Rupees for the Indian / overseas suppliers.

 

21. Prices

  • Prices payable to the supplier as stated in the contract shall be firm during the performance of the contract.

 

22. Change Orders

  • The Purchaser may at any time, by written order given to the Supplier pursuant to GCC Clause 31, make changes within the general scope of the Contract in any one or more of the following:
    • Drawings, designs, or specifications, where Goods to be furnished under the Contract are to be specifically manufactured for the Purchaser;
    • The method of shipping or packing;
    • The place of delivery; and/or
    • The Services to be provided by the Supplier.
  • If any such change causes an increase or decrease in the cost of, or the time required for, the Supplier’s performance of any provisions under the Contract, an equitable adjustment shall be made in the Contract Price or delivery schedule, or both, and the Contract shall accordingly be amended.  Any claims by the Supplier for adjustment under this clause must be asserted within thirty (30) days from the date of the Supplier’s receipt of the Purchaser’s change order.

 

23. Contract Amendments

  • Subject to GCC Clause 17, no variation in or modification of the terms of the Contract shall be made except by written amendment signed by the parties.

 

24. Assignment

  • The Supplier shall not assign, in whole or in part, its obligations to perform under the Contract, except with the Purchaser’s prior written consent.

 

25. Subcontracts

  • The Supplier shall notify the Purchaser in writing of all subcontracts awarded under this Contract if not already specified in the tender. Such notification, in his original tender or later, shall not relieve the Supplier from any liability or obligation under the Contract. Sub-contracts shall be only for bought out items and sub-assemblies.
  • Subcontracts must comply with the provisions of GCC Clause 2.

 

26. Delays in the Supplier’s Performance

  • Delivery of the Goods and performance of the Services shall be made by the Supplier in accordance with the time schedule specified by the Purchaser in the Schedule of requirements.
  • If at any time during performance of the Contract, the Supplier or its sub-contractor(s) should encounter conditions impeding timely delivery of the Goods and performance of Services, the Supplier shall promptly notify the Purchaser in writing of the fact of the delay, its likely duration and its cause(s).  As soon as practicable after receipt of the Supplier’s notice, the Purchaser shall evaluate the situation and may, at its discretion, extend the Supplier’s time for performance with or without liquidated damages, in which case the extension shall be ratified by the parties by amendment of the Contract.
  • Except as provided under GCC Clause 24, a delay by the Supplier in the performance of its delivery obligations shall render the Supplier liable to the imposition of liquidated damages pursuant to GCC Clause 22, unless an extension of time is agreed upon pursuant to GCC Clause 21.2 without the application of liquidated damages.

 

27. Liquidated Damages

  • Subject to GCC Clause 24, if the Supplier fails to deliver any or all of the Goods or to perform the Services within the period(s) specified in the Contract, the Purchaser shall, without prejudice to its other remedies under the Contract, deduct from the Contract Price, as liquidated damages, a sum equivalent to 0.5% of the delivered price of the delayed Goods or unperformed Services for each week or part thereof of delay until actual delivery (if delay is exceed more than 7 days it will be considered as 2 weeks for calculation of penalty) or performance, up to a maximum deduction of 10% of the Contract Price. Once the maximum is reached, the Purchaser may consider termination of the Contract pursuant to GCC Clause 23.

 

28. Termination for Default

  • The Purchaser shall, without prejudice to any other remedy for breach of contract, by written notice of default sent to the Supplier, terminate the Contract in whole or part:
    • If the Supplier fails to deliver any or all of the Goods within the period(s) specified in the Contract, or within any extension thereof granted by the Purchaser pursuant to GCC Clause 21; or
    • If the Supplier fails to perform any other obligation(s) under the Contract.
    • If the Supplier, in the judgement of the Purchaser has engaged in corrupt or fraudulent practices in competing for or in executing the Contract.
    • For the purpose of this Clause:
      • “Corrupt practice” means the offering, giving, receiving or soliciting of anything of value to influence the action of a public official in the procurement process or in contract execution.
      • “fraudulent practice” means a misrepresentation of facts in order to influence a procurement process or the execution of a contract to the detriment of the Borrower, and includes collusive practice among Bidders (prior to or after bid uploading) designed to establish bid prices at artificial non-competitive levels and to deprive the Borrower of the benefits of free and open competition.
    • In the event the Purchaser terminates the Contract in whole or in part, pursuant to GCC Clause 23.1, the Purchaser may procure, upon such terms and in such manner as it deems appropriate, Goods or Services similar to those undelivered, and the Supplier shall be liable to the Purchaser for any excess costs for such similar Goods or Services.  However, the Supplier shall continue the performance of the Contract to the extent not terminated.

 

29. Force Majeure

  • Notwithstanding the provisions of GCC Clauses 21, 22, 23, the Supplier shall not be liable for forfeiture of its performance security, liquidated damages or termination for default, if and to the extent that, its delay in performance or other failure to perform its obligations under the Contract is the result of an event of Force Majeure.
  • For purposes of this Clause, “Force Majeure” means an event beyond the control of the Supplier and not involving the Supplier’s fault or negligence and not foreseeable.  Such events may include, but are not limited to, acts of the Purchaser either in its sovereign or contractual capacity, wars or revolutions, fires, floods, epidemics, quarantine restrictions and freight embargoes.
  • If a Force Majeure situation arises, the Supplier shall promptly notify the Purchaser in writing of such conditions and the cause thereof. Unless otherwise directed by the Purchaser in writing, the Supplier shall continue to perform its obligations under the Contract as far as is reasonably practical, and shall seek all reasonable alternative means for performance not prevented by the Force Majeure event.

 

30. Termination for Insolvency

  • The Purchaser shall at any time terminate the Contract by giving written notice to the Supplier, if the Supplier becomes bankrupt or otherwise insolvent. In this event, termination will be without compensation to the Supplier, provided that such termination will not prejudice or affect any right of action or remedy which has accrued or will accrue thereafter to the Purchaser.

 

31. Termination for Convenience

  • The Purchaser, by written notice sent to the Supplier, may terminate the Contract, in whole or in part, at any time for its convenience.  The notice of termination shall specify that termination is for the Purchaser’s convenience, the extent to which performance of the Supplier under the Contract is terminated, and the date upon which such termination becomes effective.
  • The Goods that are complete and ready for shipment within 30 days after the Supplier’s receipt of notice of termination shall be accepted by the Purchaser at the Contract terms and prices.  For the remaining Goods, the Purchaser may elect:
    • To have any portion completed and delivered at the Contract terms and prices; and/or
    • To cancel the remainder and pay to the Supplier an agreed amount for partially completed Goods and for materials and parts previously procured by the Supplier.

 

32. Settlement of Disputes

  • The Purchaser and the supplier shall make every effort to resolve amicably by direct informal negotiation any disagreement or dispute arising between them under or in connection with the Contract.
  • If, after thirty (30) days, the parties have failed to resolve their dispute or difference by such mutual consultation, then either the Purchaser or the Supplier may give notice to the other party of its intention to commence arbitration, as hereinafter provided, as to the matter in dispute, and no arbitration in respect of this matter may be commenced unless such notice is given.
    • Any dispute or difference in respect of which a notice of intention to commence arbitration has been given in accordance with this Clause shall be finally settled by arbitration. Arbitration may be commenced prior to or after delivery of the Goods under the Contract.
    • Arbitration proceedings shall be conducted in accordance with the rules of procedure specified in the SCC.
    • All legal claims shall be at Purchaser’s Jurisdiction, in Bangalore only
  • Notwithstanding any reference to arbitration herein:
    • The parties shall continue to perform their respective obligations under the Contract unless they otherwise agree; and
    • The Purchaser shall pay the Supplier any monies due to the Supplier.

 

33. Limitation of Liability

  • Except in cases of criminal negligence or willful misconduct, and in the case of infringement,
    • the Supplier shall not be liable to the Purchaser, whether in contract, tort, or otherwise, for any indirect or consequential loss or damage, loss of use, loss of production, or loss of profits or interest costs, provided that this exclusion shall not apply to any obligation of the Supplier to pay liquidated damages to the Purchaser; and
    • The aggregate liability of the Supplier to the Purchaser, whether under the Contract, in tort or otherwise, shall not exceed the total Contract Price, provided that this limitation shall not apply to the cost of repairing or replacing defective equipment.

 

34. Governing Language

  • The contract shall be written in English language. Subject to GCC Clause 30, English language version of the Contract shall govern its interpretation. All correspondence and other documents pertaining to the Contract which are exchanged by the parties shall be written in the same language.

 

35. Applicable Law

  • The Contract shall be interpreted in accordance with the laws of the Union of India.

 

36. Notices

  • Any notice given by one party to the other pursuant to this Contract shall be sent to other party in writing or by cable, telex or facsimile and confirmed in writing to the other Party’s address specified in SCC.
  • A notice shall be effective when delivered or on the notice’s effective date, whichever is later.

 

37. Taxes and Duties

  • Indian manufacturer/ suppliers shall be entirely responsible for all taxes, duties, license fees, octroi, road permits, etc., incurred until delivery of the contracted Goods to the Purchaser.
  • Bidders from overseas countries shall be entirely responsible for all taxes, license fees, octroi, road permits, etc., incurred until delivery of the contracted Goods to the Purchaser.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SECTION IV – SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT (scc)

 

 

[The following Special Conditions of Contract shall supplement the General Conditions of Contract. Whenever there is a conflict, the provisions herein shall prevail over those in the General Conditions of Contract. The corresponding clause number of the General Conditions is indicated in parentheses.]

 

1. Definitions (GCC Clause 1).

  • The Purchaser is Additional Director, KSDLWS.
  • The Supplier is individual or firm supplying .Goods and Services under this contract.

 

38. Inspection and Tests (GCC Clause 7).

  • The following inspection procedures and tests are required by the Purchaser:
    • Demonstration of the equipment at Manufacturing unit or wherever the tenderer intends to show in working condition or as the place decided by Additional Director, KSDLWS or a representative from Additional Director, KSDLWS, as already mentioned in ITT clause 4.3.6.
    • Pre-dispatch Inspection by a hospital end user and team of experts appointed by Additional Director, KSDLWS on site as per specifications.
    • Post-dispatch inspection will also be carried out by the experts appointed by Additional Director, KSDLWS as per specifications.

 

39. Delivery and Documents (GCC Clause 9)

  • Upon delivery of the Goods, the supplier shall notify the purchaser and the insurance company by cable/telex/fax the full details of the shipment including contract number, railway receipt number and date, description of goods, quantity, name of the consignee etc. The supplier shall submit the following documents to the purchaser with a copy to the insurance company:
    • Four Copies of the Supplier invoice showing contract number, goods’ description, quantity, unit price, total amount along with acknowledgement and stock certificate from the respective consignees.
    • Railway receipt/acknowledgment of receipt of goods from the consignee(s).
    • Four Copies of packing list identifying the contents of each package.
    • Insurance Certificate
    • Manufacturer’s/Supplier’s warranty certificate.
    • Inspection Certificate issued by the nominated inspection agency, end user and the Supplier’s factory inspection report, and
    • Copy of Bill of entry or Bill of landing for imported equipments
    • The above documents shall be received by the Purchaser before arrival of the Goods (except where the Goods have been delivered directly to the Consignee with all documents) and, if not received, the Supplier will be responsible for any consequent expenses.

 

40. Incidental Services (GCC Clause 12)

  • The following services shall be furnished and the cost shall be included in the contract price:
    • Unloading, safe storage and handling of the consignment at site.
    • Performance of the on-site assembly, commissioning and start-up of the equipment.
    • Furnishing the detailed operation and maintenance manuals for each items of supply at each location.
    • Training of the Purchaser’s personnel at the installation site.
    • Maintenance and repair of the equipment at each location during the warranty period of three years including supply of all spares. This shall not relieve the supplier of any warranty obligations under this contract.
    • Comprehensive Maintenance and/or repairs of the supplied goods for a period of four years after the end of the warranty period.
    • The Comprehensive Maintenance Contract (CMC) will be comprehensive and will cover the cost of all the spare parts required for replacement/repair the equipment except consumable items. The CMC may be on regular basis to ensure the minimum downtime of the system.
    • Three years warranty and Four years Comprehensive Maintenance Services includes both preventive and emergency breakdown service call.
    • Preventive Maintenance Services call
      • It include cleaning, inspection, lubrication, repairs and any other service as required by the consignee/hospital/institution authority to achieve the following objective.
        • To minimize break down of equipment;
        • To identify the condition of parts which may lead to break down of equipment
        • To repair/rectify such part at initial stage only to avoid major break down of equipment.
        • To provide greater safety to the technician.
        • Number of visits per year: six, once in two months.
      • Emergency Maintenance Service call:
        • Number of visits: As and when break down calls received from time to time. The service is to be conducted within 2 days (excluding journey time) after receiving the call. After inspection of the fault, if it is minor in nature (means that the equipment is working but needs some minor repairs), the equipment has to be repaired with available spare parts /to be attended in a period of minimum 2 days. If the fault is major (means the equipment is not working as per requirement and needs some major repairs requiring bringing in spare parts) has to be attended with in a period of maximum 7 days.
      • Delay Penalty:
        • Not less than 95% uptime @ 24 hours for respective month. More than this down time Rs 500 per day or part of the day.

 

41. Payment (GCC Clause 15)

  • 100% payment after supply and installation of the equipments / kits/ items at the respective consignee and certification from the respective consignees as specified in SCC Clause3 above;

 

42. Settlement of Disputes (Clause 27)

  • The dispute settlement mechanism to be applied pursuant to GCC Clause 27.2.2 shall be as follows:
    • In case of Dispute or difference arising between the Purchaser and a domestic supplier relating to any matter arising out of or connected with this agreement, such disputes or difference shall be settled in accordance with the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996, by a Sole Arbitrator. The Sole Arbitrator shall be appointed by agreement between the parties; failing such agreement, by the appointing authority namely the President of the Institution of Engineers (India). A certified copy of the appointment Order shall be supplied to each of the Parties.
    • Arbitration proceedings shall be held at Bangalore Karnataka, and the language of the arbitration proceedings and that of all documents and communications between the parties shall be English.
    • The decision of the arbitrators shall be final and binding upon both parties.  The cost and expenses of Arbitration proceedings will be paid as determined by the Arbitrator. However, the expenses incurred by each party in connection with the preparation, presentation etc. of its proceedings shall be borne by each party itself.

 

43. Notices ( GCC Clause 31)

  • For the purpose of all notices, the following shall be the address of the Purchaser and Supplier.
  • Purchaser:

The Additional Director,
Karnataka State Drug Logistics & Ware Housing Society®,
No.1, Dr.Siddaiah Puranik Road, KHB Colony, Magadi Road,
Bangalore -560 079.

 

  • Supplier: (To be filled in at the time of Contract signature)

………………………………………

………………………………………

………………………………………

  • Progress of Supply:
    • Supplier shall regularly intimate progress of supply, in writing, to the Purchaser as under:
      • Quantity offered for inspection and date;
      • Quantity accepted/rejected by inspecting agency and date;
      • Quantity dispatched/delivered to consignees and date;
      • Quantity where incidental services have been satisfactorily completed with date;
      • Quantity where rectification/repair/replacement effected/completed on receipt of any communication from consignee/Purchaser with date;
      • Date of completion of entire Contract including incidental services, if any; and
      • Date of receipt of entire payments under the Contract
      • (In case of stage-wise inspection, details required may also be specified).

 

44. Right to use defective equipment

  • If after delivery, acceptance and installation and within the guarantee and warranty period, the operation or use of the equipment proves to be unsatisfactory, the Purchase shall have the right to continue to operate or use such equipment until rectifications of defects, errors or omissions by repair or by partial or complete replacement is made without interfering with the Purchaser’s operation.

 

45. Supplier Integrity

  • The supplier is responsible for and obliged to conduct all contracted activities in accordance with the Contract using state-of-the-art methods and economic principles and exercising all means available to achieve the performance specified in the Contract.

 

46. Supplier’s Obligations

  • The Supplier is obliged to work closely with the Purchaser’s staff, act within its own authority and abide by directives issued by the Purchaser and implementation activities.
  • The Supplier will abide by the job safety measures prevalent in India and will free the Purchaser from all demands or responsibilities arising from accidents or loss of life the cause of which is the Supplier’s negligence. The Supplier will pay all indemnities arising from such incidents and will not hold the Purchaser responsible or obligated.
  • The Supplier is responsible for managing the activities of its personnel or sub-contracted personnel and will hold itself responsible for any misdemeanors.
  • The Supplier will treat as confidential all data and information about the Purchaser, obtained in the execution of his responsibilities, in strict confidence and will not reveal such information to any other party without the prior written approval of the Purchaser.

 

47. Patent Rights

  • In the event of any claim asserted by a third party of infringement of copyright, patent, trademark or industrial design rights arising from the use of the Goods or any part thereof in the Purchaser’s country, the supplier shall act expeditiously to extinguish such claim.  If the supplier fails to comply and the Purchaser is required to pay compensation to a third party resulting from such infringement, the supplier shall be responsible for the compensation including all expenses, court costs and lawyer fees.  The Purchaser will give notice to the supplier of such claim, if it is made, without delay.

 

48. Site Preparation and Installation

  • The purchaser / consignee will designate the installation sites before the scheduled installation date to allow supplier to perform a site inspection to verify the appropriateness of the sites before the installation of the equipments.

 

49. Equipment Installation

  • The supplier is responsible for all unpacking, assembling, wiring, installation, cabling between equipment and power supply. The supplier will test all equipment operations and accomplish all adjustments necessary for successful and continuous operation of the equipment at all installation sites.

 

50. Equipment Maintenance

  • The supplier will accomplish preventive and breakdown maintenance activities as detailed in SCC Clause 4.1.8 above to ensure that all equipment perform without defect or interruption for at least 95% of up-time on quarterly basis. All faults should be rectified within 7days from the time of intimation. In case fault is not rectified / faulty equipment not replaced with a working equipment within 7 days, then a penalty of Rs. 100/- will be charged per day.
  • If any critical component of the equipment is out of service for more than 7 days, the supplier shall either immediately replace the defective unit or replace the equipment at its own cost.

 

51. Training

  • For each unit of equipment installed, the supplier is required to train designated purchaser’s / consignee’s technical and end user personnel to enable them to effective operate the equipment. The training schedule will be agreed by both purchaser and consignees and the supplier during the performance of the contract.

 

52. Technical Documentation

  • The technical documentation involving detailed operation and maintenance shall be delivered with every unit supplied. The language of the documentation shall be in English.

 

53. Performance Security

  • Within 3days of receipt of the notification of contract award, the Supplier shall furnish Performance Security to the Purchaser for an amount of 5% of the Contract Value including tax, valid up to 60 days after the date of completion of performance obligations including Warranty obligations. In the event of any correction of defects or replacement of defective material during the Warranty period, the Warranty for the corrected/replaced material shall be extended to a further period of 12 months and the Performance Guarantee for proportionate value shall be extended 60 days over and above the initial Warranty period.

 

54. Price Preference to SSI

  • Provided that for a period of five years from 01/10/2014, Goods manufactured by Micro and Small Enterprise located in the State shall be given fifteen percent price preference against the Large and Medium Industries of the State and Industries of other States during Government Department purchases, subject to the following conditions, namely:
    • Enterprise shall be registered with the Director of Industries and Commerce, Government of Karnataka as a Micro and Small Enterprises, under Micro Small and Medium Enterprises Development Act, 2006 (Central Act 27 of 2006); and
    • An enterprise shall produce a certificate obtained from the said authority certifying that it is a Micro and Small Enterprises
  • If bidder is a SSI, to obtain Price Preference as per Section IV SCC (18), bidder should submit latest Certificate from Director of Industries and Commerce, Government of Karnataka certifying that the bidder is a “Micro or Small Enterprise”

 

55. Applicability of Sales Tax / VAT during Price Evaluation

  • In a tender where the tenderers are both from the State of Karnataka as well as from outside the State of Karnataka, the Sales Tax / VAT shall be excluded from the evaluation of the price.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SECTION V – SCHEDULE OF REQUIREMENTS

 

 

1. Requirements

Sl. Category Item Quantity EMD Annual Turnover of Bidder Warranty CMC
1.  MVA Kit  Package – Manual Vacuum Aspirators (MVA Kit)  1,329  66,450 79,74,000    
a. MVA Kit Easy Grip Cannulae Size No. 10  1,329 NA NA
b. MVA Kit Easy Grip Cannulae Size No. 12  1,329 NA NA
c. MVA Kit Easy Grip Cannulae Size No. 6  1,329 NA NA
d. MVA Kit Easy Grip Cannulae Size No. 8  1,329 NA NA
e. MVA Kit Easy Grip Cannulae Size No.7  1,329 NA NA
f. MVA Kit Easy Grip Cannulae Size No.9  1,329 NA NA
g. MVA Kit Manual Vacuum Aspirator  1,329 NA NA
2. RNTCP 3 Seater Lobby Chair  4  550  66,000 NA NA
3. RNTCP 8 liter RO + UV Water Purifier  1  430  51,000 2 years NA
4. RNTCP Armed Chair for Digital Library  5  630  75,000 NA NA
5. RNTCP Book Racks  6  1,650 1,98,000 NA NA
6. RNTCP Chairs  32  520  62,400 NA NA
7. RNTCP Computer Chair 3 200 23,400 NA NA
8. RNTCP Computer Table 4 340 40,400 NA NA
9. RNTCP Culture Reading Light  1  30  3,000 NA NA
10. RNTCP Domestic Microwave Oven  1  500  60,000 2 years NA
11. RNTCP Electrical Floor Cleaning Machine  1  5,000 6,00,000 2 years NA
12. RNTCP Fully automatic Front loading washing machine  1  930 1,11,000 2 years NA
13. RNTCP Granite Top Table  8  4,000 4,80,000 NA NA
14. RNTCP Induction Stove  1  150  18,000 2 years NA
15. RNTCP Laser Printer  1  420  50,300 2 years NA
16. RNTCP Online UPS 5KVA with 120 minutes backup 1 1,880 2,25,000 2 years NA
17. RNTCP Refrigerator 320 liters  2  1,600 1,92,000 2 years NA
18. RNTCP Table for Digital Library  5  440  52,500 NA NA
19. RNTCP Table for Reading Room  1  200  24,000 NA NA
20. RNTCP Training Chairs  10  630  75,000 NA NA
21. RNTCP Training Tables  5  440  52,500 NA NA
22. RNTCP Wooden Cupboard  4  500  60,000 NA NA
23. UHC Anterior vaginal wall Retractor 143  1,640 1,96,900 NA NA
24. UHC Artery Forceps Straight 399  7,630 9,15,700 NA NA
25. UHC Artery Forceps-Curved 399  7,630 9,15,700 NA NA
26. UHC Autoclave Vertical (Only for Hsc with case load for deliveries)  10  24,750 29,70,000 3 years NA
27. UHC Basin with stand 103  2,450 2,93,600 NA NA
28. UHC BP Apparatus (Digital) 103  3,350 4,01,700 NA NA
29. UHC BP apparatus (Manual) 103  1,670 2,00,900 NA NA
30. UHC Buckets Big (Plastic) 126  950 1,13,400 NA NA
31. UHC Buckets Small (Plastic) 126  790  94,500 NA NA
32. UHC Chairs for waiting area 271  30,490 36,58,500 NA NA
33. UHC Cheatle’s Forceps 196  3,190 3,82,200 NA NA
34. UHC Computer  78  87,750 1,05,30,000 3 years NA
35. UHC Cord Cutting Scissors  20  610  73,400 NA NA
36. UHC Cusco’s Vaginal Speculum Large 103  3,550 4,25,800 NA NA
37. UHC Cusco’s Vaginal Speculum Medium 103  3,550 4,25,800 NA NA
38. UHC Cusco’s Vaginal Speculum Small 103  3,550 4,25,800 NA NA
39. UHC Data Card 116  5,800 6,96,000 NA NA
40. UHC Dental Probe 143  1,000 1,20,100 NA NA
41. UHC Digital Thermometer 206  520  61,800 NA NA
42. UHC Disposable Delivery Kit  30  1,730 2,07,000 NA NA
43. UHC Dressing Drum with lid 103  3,090 3,70,800 NA NA
44. UHC Dressing Forceps 206  1,290 1,54,500 NA NA
45. UHC Dust Bins – Blue 126  4,250 5,10,300 NA NA
46. UHC Dust Bins – Red 126  4,250 5,10,300 NA NA
47. UHC Dust Bins – White 126  4,250 5,10,300 NA NA
48. UHC Electric Hot Plate 103  3,860 4,63,500 3 years NA
49. UHC Episiotomy Scissors  20  840 1,01,000 NA NA
50. UHC Examination Lamp 103  4,640 5,56,200 NA NA
51. UHC Examination Table 103  10,690 12,82,400 NA NA
52. UHC Fire Extinguisher 103  11,590 13,90,500 3 years NA
53. UHC Foam Mattress for Labour Table (Only for the HSC Selected As points for conducting delivery)  5  480  58,200 NA NA
54. UHC Foam Mattresses for Examination Table  63  3,150 3,78,000 NA NA
55. UHC Foetoscope 103  18,030 21,63,000 NA NA
56. UHC Foot Step 103  3,090 3,70,800 NA NA
57. UHC Gauze Cutting Scissors Straight 206  2,320 2,78,100 NA NA
58. UHC Glass rods 412  260  30,900 NA NA
59. UHC Glass slides 10300  15,450 18,54,000 NA NA
60. UHC Glucometer and Testing Strips 103  3,090 3,70,800 1 year NA
61. UHC Glucometer Testing Strips (Boxes) 1545  29,360 35,22,600 NA NA
62. UHC Hub Cutter Syringe 206  6,180 7,41,600 NA NA
63. UHC Instrument Tray with cover 206  2,830 3,39,900 NA NA
64. UHC IV Stands 206  7,730 9,27,000 NA NA
65. UHC Kelly’s Hemostat forceps straight 206  1,800 2,16,300 NA NA
66. UHC Kidney Tray big 206  1,800 2,16,300 NA NA
67. UHC Kidney Tray small 206  1,800 2,16,300 NA NA
68. UHC Labour Table (Only for the HSC selected As points for conducting Delivery)  10  3,630 4,35,000 NA NA
69. UHC Mackintosh Sheets – 5 meter 218  3,000 3,59,700 NA NA
70. UHC Measuring Tape 206  520  61,800 NA NA
71. UHC Mouth Gag 206  1,650 1,97,800 NA NA
72. UHC Mouth Mirror 206  1,290 1,54,500 NA NA
73. UHC Mucous Sucker 143  160  19,300 NA NA
74. UHC Nebulizer 103  4,120 4,94,400 NA NA
75. UHC Needle Destroyer 103  3,860 4,63,500 1 year NA
76. UHC Needle Holder 206  4,730 5,67,300 NA NA
77. UHC Office Chair 103  1,290 1,54,500 NA NA
78. UHC Office Table 103  12,880 15,45,000 NA NA
79. UHC Online UPS 1 KVA with 60 minute backup  76  52,250 62,70,000 3 years NA
80. UHC Oxygen Cylinder with trolley 103  30,900 37,08,000 NA NA
81. UHC Plain (Tissue) Forceps 206  3,790 4,54,200 NA NA
82. UHC PPIUCD Sets  50  3,750 4,50,000 NA NA
83. UHC Resuscitate or (Ambu Bag) Paediatric with Face Mask 103  20,600 24,72,000 NA NA
84. UHC Screen Separators stand 166  8,300 9,96,000 NA NA
85. UHC Sim’s Vaginal Speculum Double Ended Medium 103  1,420 1,70,000 NA NA
86. UHC Slide drying rack 103  1,160 1,39,100 NA NA
87. UHC Snellen And near vision chart 103  6,440 7,72,500 NA NA
88. UHC Specimen collection bottle 830  8,300 9,96,000 NA NA
89. UHC Spirit lamp 206  390  46,400 NA NA
90. UHC Sponge Holding Forceps 143  3,280 3,93,800 NA NA
91. UHC Steel Almirah / Cupboard/storage chests 206  64,120 76,94,100 NA NA
92. UHC Sterilizer 103  14,940 17,93,100 1 year NA
93. UHC Stethoscope 103  640  77,300 NA NA
94. UHC Stool including for attendants 103  3,090 3,70,800 NA NA
95. UHC Suture Material 515  1,930 2,31,800 NA NA
96. UHC Suture Needles – Triangular and Round tip 515  2,250 2,70,400 NA NA
97. UHC Table Lamp with 200 W bulb 103  3,090 3,70,800 1 year NA
98. UHC Test tube holding clamp 206  80  9,300 NA NA
99. UHC Test tube rack 206  260  30,900 NA NA
100. UHC Test tubes 1030  390  46,400 NA NA
101. UHC Thermometer-Oral 206  210  24,700 NA NA
102. UHC Tongue Depressor 206  3,790 4,54,200 NA NA
103. UHC Toothed Forceps 206  1,580 1,89,100 NA NA
104. UHC Torch 166  2,080 2,49,000 NA NA
105. UHC Vaccine Carries box 103  2,580 3,09,000 2 years NA
106. UHC Vaccine Carries Ice packs 512  12,800 15,36,000 NA NA
107. UHC Weighing Scale Adult (Digital) 103  5,150 6,18,000 1 year NA
108. UHC Weighing Scale Infant 103  7,730 9,27,000 1 year NA
109. UHC Weighing Scale Paediatric 103  7,730 9,27,000 1 year NA
110. UHC White writing boards 103  1,030 1,23,600 NA NA
111.  UHC-NCD  Package – NCD Equipments    75,000 90,00,000    
a. UHC-NCD 4 Tenaculum Hooks  24 NA NA
b. UHC-NCD Aylesbury Spatula  24 NA NA
c. UHC-NCD Cervical Biopsy Forceps  24 NA NA
d. UHC-NCD Colposcope  6 3 years NA
e. UHC-NCD Cryotherapy Equipment  6 3 years NA
f. UHC-NCD Endo cerival Brush  24 NA NA
g. UHC-NCD Endo cerival Currette  24 NA NA
h. UHC-NCD Micropipette  50 NA NA
i. UHC-NCD Vulsellum Forceps  24 NA NA
j. UHC-NCD Yellow Tips for Micropipette  50 NA NA

[Note: 1: The EMD’s shall be submitted through electronic transfer on or before the due date for submission of tender, as per Tender Schedule.]

 

56. Delivery Schedule

  • Should be suppliedand installed (where applicable) at the consignee site within 30 days from the date of Notification of Award.

 

57. Consignee Details

57.1. Manual Vacuum Aspirator (MVA Kit)

Sl. Name of the Districts Number of Medical Colleges having CAC trained providers Number of District Hospitals having CAC trained providers Number of General Hospitals having CAC trained Providers Number of CHC having CAC trained providers Number of PHC having CAC trained providers Total Number of Facilities Number of MVA Kits to be distributed to the districts.
1 Ballari 1 1 4 2 0 8 96
2 Bengaluru Rural 0 0 3 2 3 8 112
3 Bengaluru Urban 2 3 4 5 10 24 188
4 Chikkaballapura 0 1 5 0 0 6 72
5 Chitradurga 0 1 4 2 5 12 94
6 Davanagere 0 2 5 2 13 22 134
7 Dharwad 0 1 1 0 4 6 32
8 Haveri 0 1 3 2 1 7 74
9 Kalaburagi 2 1 3 1 3 10 90
10 Kolar 0 1 4 1 3 9 78
11 Mysuru 1 0 5 4 0 10 140
12 Ramanagara 0 0 2 3 0 5 60
13 Tumkur 0 1 0 0 1 2 14
14 Yadagiri 0 0 0 2 0 2 12
15 Shivamogga 0 0 1 0 0 1 12
16 Buffer Stock at the State 121
Total 6 13 44 26 43 132 1329

 

57.2. RNTCP

  • The RNTCP items should be delivered to Expansion Building of Intermediate Reference Laboratory, LWSTC/STDC (IRL).

 

57.3. Universal Health Coverage (UHC)

  • 40 nos. of Health and Wellness Centers in Lingasagur Taluk, Raichur District
  • 60 nos. of Health and Wellness Centers in T. Narsipura Taluk, Mysuru District

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SECTION VI – TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

 

 

1. Manual Vacuum Aspirator (MVA Kits)

Sl. Component Description Material Type
1. Plunger Component, which inserts into the barrel All components should be of materials be of materials that are able to withstand sterilization in a steam auto clave and HLD by boiling water.
2. Barrel Main Cylinder of the aspirators
3. Valve Body Case to enclose the valve mechanism for the aspirator.

 

4. Collar Stop Clip on top of the barrel which prevents the plunger from being removed from the barrel
5. O-ring Rubber ring inserted onto the end of the plunger making the plunger slide into the barrel and creating the air lock.
6. Buttons Knob when pressed causes the liner
7. Liner Clamp Mechanism which closes off the liner which holds a vacuum in the barrel.
8. Liner Soft tubular part which clamps off to create the vacuum
9. Valve Cover Component at the end of the valve body that helps to hold the cannulae or adapters in place.
  • Vacuum Requirements for aspirators
    • Minimum of 24 inches (equivalent to 609.6 mm) of mercury (Hg)
    • Processing requirements for aspirators
      • The aspirators should be able to withstand the following processing methods:
      • Sterilization by
        • Steam autoclave: 30 minutes at 121⁰ C (250 ⁰ F) with a pressure of 106kpa (15lbs/in2)
        • 2% Glutaraldehyde solution: soak for 10hours
      • High level disinfection by
        • Boil: 20minutes
        • 5% chlorine solution: 20 minutes
        • 2% Glutaraldehyde solution: soak for 20 minutes
      • Manual Vacuum Aspirators Cannulae
        • Device Description: product description of Manual Vacuum Aspirators Cannulae is as follows:
          • Manual Vacuum Aspirators Cannulae manufactured from latex – free plastics that are semi rigid and have permanently affixed (integrated) adaptors that are color – coded by size for rapid differentiation and are constructed with features (grips/wings) to facilitate easy insertion and removal from the aspirator. Each Manual Vacuum Aspirators Cannulae (of 8 sizes 4mm, 5mm, 6mm, 7mm, 8mm, 9mm, 10mm and 12mm) is compatible with autoclavable double valve Manual Vacuum Aspirator. Each cannula should be individually wrapped in a sterilized packing. The packing should remain sterile for at least three years from the date of manufacture or as long as the wrapper is intact.
        • Device Characteristics
          • The device should conform to the following design features and characteristics:
Sl. Characteristic Manual Vacuum Aspirators Cannulae
1. Size Available 4,5,6,7,8,9,10,12mm (total 8 sizes)
2. Flexibility Semi rigid
3. Compatibility with Aspirators Directly fitting tightly with all double valve Manual Vacuum Aspirators without any vacuum loss from the adaptors base and the top end (aperture/s) Manual Vacuum Aspirators Cannulae after being fitted.
4. Need for separate adapter No requirement of separate adapter
5. Adapter design Permanently- integrated winged base color coded by size
6. Aperture Placement: 2 opposing apertures In diameter: 4mm, 5mm, 6mm, 7mm & 8mm
7. Single scoop aperture In diameter: 9mm, 10mm & 12mm
8. Configuration of sound dots First dot is 6cm from the tip of the cannula others follow at 1 cm intervals, all cannulae have 6 dots.
  • Processing requirements for cannulae
    • The Manual Vacuum Aspirators Cannulae should be able to withstand the following processing methods:
    • Sterilisation by
      • Steam autoclave: 30 minutes at 121⁰ C (250 ⁰ F) with a pressure of 106kpa (15lbs/in2)
      • Ethylene Oxide (ETO)
      • 2% Glutaraldehyde solution: soak for 10hours

 

58. RNTCP

58.1. 3 Seater Lobby Chair

  • Three seater lobby  chair (3 seater Metal): A unit of three Seater M.S. perforated bucket type visitor chairs with arm to be supplied as follows: Frame made out of M.S. Square 35×35 mm 16 gauges.
  • Two Nos. of vertical supports of 35×35 mm 16 gauge square on each side to be provided interconnected by a cross member of same dimension.
  • Two Nos. of horizontal supports of M.S. 35×35 mm 16 gauge 40 Cm Length to be provided at the bottom.
  • Three chairs to be mounted on the frame with welding. Provision of suitable moulded studs to be incorporated at the bottom of seats for rigid mounting.
  • Dimensions of Seat is as follows: Seat Height: 37-40 cm, Seat Length: 37-40 cm, Seat Width: 58-60 cm, The above product should conform to applicable ISI Standards in respect of materials, welding process, tests and performance.
  • The above items must conform to the relevant quality and safety standards such as IEC 601-1 and BS 5724 and the Indian equivalent.
  • Epoxy powder coated with black Colour with 50 microns minimum coating.
  • Should be ISI/ISO Certified.

 

58.2. 8 liter RO + UV Water Purifier

  • Should be Double Purification by RO & UV
  • Should be Computer Controlled Operation with Filter Change Alarm & UV Fail Alarm.
  • Should have  storage capacity of 8 litres.
  • Push – fit components for leak – proof performance
  • Equally suitable for water from all sources such as bore-wells, overhead storage tanks, water tankers and even municipal taps.
  • Double purification by RO and UV/UF.
  • ABS Food Grade plastic body ensures non-breakable and durability feature
  • Operating voltage: 100 – 300 V~ AC / 50 Hz, 800mA
  • Purification Production Rate: 15 litres/Hour
  • Maximum Duty Cycle for purifying water: 75 Litres/Day
  • Should have UV Lamp: High Power 11 Watt
  • Filter Cartridges Added: Sediment, Carbon Block Filter, UF & Post Carbon
  • Filter change and UV fail alarms for notification
  • Fully computer controlled operation
  • Double purification by RO and UV
  • Computer controlled operation with filter change alarm and UV fail alarm
  • Elegant design with transparent cover and purified water level indicator
  • It Should be Spin-welded RO membrane housing to prevent tampering
  • Push fit Components for leak proof performance
  • Should have Certifications  ISI/CE

 

58.3. Armed Chair for Digital Library

  • Half back chair
  • The double mesh back should be designed for comfort and support
  • Adjustable seat height, & Hand rest angle
  • Adjust the height using the gas lift to find that comfortable position, and the nylon castors make it easy to move around your space.
  • Five part Chrome legs
  • Height 38” ± 2”
  • Width 21” ± 2”
  • Depth 20” ± 2”
  • Should be ISI / ISO certified

 

58.4. Book Racks

  • Size H 2285mm X W 935 mm X 350mm
  • Shelf Width should be 835mm
  • Depth should be 225mm
  • Total 7 levels in one rack
  • Should be ISI/ISO certified

 

58.5. Chairs

  • A design Should be SW series, the polypropylene SW 703
  • Dimensions :
    • Height (H) : 865mm
    • Length (L) : 435mm
    • Width (W) : 380mm
  • Should be ISI/ISO certified

 

58.6. Computer Chair

  • SEAT/BACK ASSEMBLY: The seat & back is made up of 1.2 cm thick hot pressed plywood are upholstered with contoured lumbar support for extra comfort. BACK SIZE :39.0 cm (W) X 24.0 cm (H)., SEAT SIZE: 44.0 cm (W) X 41.0 cm (D) .
  • POLYURETHANE FOAM: The polyurethane foam is moulded with density=45 +/-2 kg/m3
  • SEAT/BACK COVERS: The upholstered seat is covered on the underside with black polypropylene non-woven fabric and the upholstered back is covered with a back cover injection moulded in black Co-polyer Polypropylene.
  • ADJUSTABLE BACK MECHANISM: The adjustable back mechanism is designed with the following feature: 360 deg revolving type Provision for backrest tube (3.5 cm X 168 G). Back height should be adjustment 9.0 cm.
  • PEDESTAL ASSEMBLY: The pedestal is fabricated from 0.2 cm. Thick CR steel, power coated and fitted with an injection moulded black Polypropylene hub cap and 5 nos. Twin wheel castors. (castors wheel dia. 5.0 cm). The pedesta is 55.0 cm pitch-center dia. (65.0 cm with castors)
  • IT should be  twin wheel castors
  • Should beISI /ISO certified

 

58.7. Computer Table

  • Size Width: 750mm, Depth: 400mm, Height: 750mm
  • Table top should be   pre-laminated particle board having dimensions as specified in the description(750×400) with tolerance of+/-10mm in length and width.
  • Made out of pre-laminated particleboard with special top surface .
  • Steel members duly welded and rigidly fixed table top and provided with a slideable keyboard tray, modesty panel and footrest.
  • The frame shall comprise of hollow rectangular M.S. section of size 50x25x1.6 mm thickness.
  • Two side member of the frame identical in shape should be joined with welding at bottom with a footrest (hollow rectangular M.S.section of size 50x25x1.6mm thickness) angularly welded, and at the top in front side welded with a angle size 17x17x3mm. And at the back on the top side of the frame, a modesty panel of size 200x17x0.8mm thick CRC sheet shall be welded. Thus making the frame rigid in construction.
  • The keyboard tray  size 710mm(front width)x 300mm(depth).
  • Four level screws, having smooth bottom flat surface of minimum 50mm diameter, must be welded under the bottom of two said side members of the frame; capable to adjusting level up to 10mm in height.
  • All exposed steel sections should be painted with black in colour with powder coating 50 micron thickness.
  • Should beISI/ ISO certified

 

58.8. Culture Reading Light

  • Easily attached anywhere by clip
  • Free Twisted tube.
  • Should be less than 350 gram
  • It should be Touch Sensor switch
  • It should have In built rechargeable battery
  • Powered by USB as well as inbuilt batter
  • Should be ISI/CE certified

 

58.9. Domestic Microwave Oven

  • Micro wave capacity  should be 32 lt    dimensions  530W x 533 Dx 322H mm
  • Should be Micro wave with Charcoal Convection and stainless steel Cavity type
  • It should be Tact dial control
  • It should have 5 Variable cooking Power level,
  • Turntable diameter should be 340 mm
  • It should have facilitate Combination cooking,Child safty lock,Auto defrost
  • Power requirement:Grill power output should  have 1250 watts.
  • Power consumption for convection and Combination should have 2400 watts
  • It should be ISI/CE/FDA certified

 

58.10. Electrical Floor Cleaning Machine

  • Operation Mode: Automatic and Control Panel Should be  clear and easy to operate.
  • Mechanical Parameter are displayed at any time ,Letting you be clear of the operational sitution of the machine with the curved water scraper.it makes better water sucking.The brushing disk is fitted with shield,preventing the sewage from getting out
  • a)Walk Behind Scrubber Drier
  • b)Solution distribution from brush centre
  • It should be Constant weight
  • Brush replacement  without tools
  • Squeegee blade can be used on 4 side before replacement
  • It should be Anti foam system
  • Scrubber Driers  should be used on concrete floor, mosaic floor.
  • Power consumption:600W
  • RPM : 282
  • Solution tank should be 30L  and Recovery tank should be 45L
  • Cleaning Rate  :1750 Sqm/h
  • Brush Pressure : 38 KG
  • Cable Length Should be  30 meter  or more
  • Weight Should be maximum 143 Kg
  • Voltage of the Water Sucking Motor :220V-240v
  • Floor Motor Power: 750W
  • Clean Water Tank Capacity  Should be 52L
  • Dirty water Tank Capacity should be  55L
  • Brush Rotation Speed  should be 282 Rpm
  • Brush Diameter:510mm
  • Size —1300x500x1050mm
  • Power of the water Sucking Motor — 1000w
  • Noiselevel should be  70 Db
  • Water Sucking Vacuum Degree –180KPA
  • Accessories Should be supllied Pad Holder,Brush& Cable
  • Should be ISI/CE/FDA certified

 

58.11. Fully automatic Front loading washing machine

  • The overall dimensions of the machine  should be  598 X 506 X 875 (W x D x H)
  • Loading should be front
  • Functionality:Fully Automatic
  • Wash Capacity should be 6 KG
  • Maximum Spin Speed:1000RPM
  • Temperature range should upto 95 deg centigrade
  • Wash Method:Tumble
  • Drum should be Stainless Steel
  • Wash Programs are  Allergy Plus, Blouses, Drain, Easy Care Plus, Mixed Load, Shirts, Sportswear
  • Type of Cycle:Rinse+Spin,                                                                                                        Control Options :Dial, Knobs                                                                                                                       Display Type:LED                                                                                                                              Optional Programs: Hot wash,quik wash.
  • It should be ISI/CE/FDA certified

 

58.12. Granite Top Table

  • Size :1370mmX600mmX750mm
  • It should be 2 storage unit 1 having 3 metal drawers and other having one openable shutter, duly powder coated
  • The fram of the table made of 1″X1″X14 gMS square pipe duly powder coated
  • Drawer And box should be made of 18 g MS sheet duly powder coated
  • The drawer to be mounted on telescopic channels
  • The  top of the unit to be 16 mm thick jet black granite
  • Should be ISI/ISO certified

 

58.13. Induction Stove

  • It should have  lightweight, Induction Cooktop and Maximum weight should be 1.5 kg
  • It should be programmed Auto Shut off
  • Should have 10 Preset Menus
  • It should be Feather Touch Control
  • Temperature control should be Manual
  • Power consumption  : 2100 W
  • Should be ISI/CE/FDA  certified

 

58.14. Laser Printer

  • Duty cycle (monthly, A4) 4,000 pages or above
  • Process Minimum speed : 600 MHz & above
  • Print Speed: 35 PPM or above
  • Memory: 128 MB or above
  • Print Resolution: 1200X1200 dpi
  • Output Tray:  50 Sheets
  • Input tray: 250 Sheets
  • By Pass tray : Min 75 sheets
  • Media sizes support A4; A5; A6; B5; postcards; envelopes (C5, DL, B5)
  • Media types: Paper (bond, colour, letterhead, plain, preprinted, prepunched, recycled, rough, light), envelopes, labels, cardstock, transparencies, shelf edge labels.
  • Connectivity, standard Hi-Speed USB 2.0 and Gigabit Ethernet network. With an optional Wi-Fi
  • Should be ISI/CE/FDA certified

 

58.15. Online UPS 5KVA with 120 minutes backup

Sl. Particulars Technical Specification
1. UPS Type 5 KVA Online UPS
2. Battery backup 120 minutes or higher
3. Technology IP (Double Conversion IGBT inverter technology based pure sine wave) UPS at 0.8 PF full load having input voltage range (160V-270V)
4. Input power factor >= 0.9
5. Crest factor >= 3:1
6. THD voltage < 3% for Linear, < 5% for Non Linear Load
7. Output voltage regulation < ±1%
8. Output frequency variation <= 0.5%
9. Overall Efficiency >= 85%
10. Inverter Efficiency >= 90%
11. Bypass Static & Manual bypass
12. Overload capacity 150% for 1 Minute, 125% for 10 Minutes
13. Transformer Inbuilt Galvanic isolation transformer at output side
14. Batteries SMF batteries (VRLA) complying JIS C8702 and with Maintenance free battery
15. VAh >=16,000
16. Computer Interface Software with communication interface for monitoring the health of the UPS. Automatic shutdown under Windows & Diagnostics.
17. Protection Automatic discharge protection with self-test Features, Overload, Surge protection, Input fault, Cold start, Low Battery, Battery over charge, Output short circuit, Charging Current Circuit, Inverter over temperature
18. LCD Display Output voltage, Output current, Output frequency, Input Voltage, Battery Voltage
19. Load Test At 100 % load on Resistive load
21 Certificate ISI/CE/FDA

 

58.16. Refrigerator 320 liters

  • Should be a Frost free refrigerator
  • Should have a Capacity of 320 Liters
  • Should have double door.
  • Shelves shall be of Toughened glass type.
  • Should have EEC 4 star rating or above
  • Should have inverter technology.
  • Should have inbuilt protection for voltage fluctuation or to be supplied with external stabilizer of adequate KVA capacity
  • Should be ISI/CE/FDA certified

 

58.17. Table for Digital Library

  • Made out of pre-laminated particleboard with special top surface, 3 nos. drawers on the right hand side slides smoothly on roller bearings. Flush drawers have single key locking facility for all the 3 drawers.
  • Table legs are made out of ERW steel tube, rectangular or size 4 X 3 cm of 14 gauges. And top frame of size 3 cm. Frames welded by mig welding process. Frames are powder coated with minimum thickness of 50 microns. Tabletop is 25mm thick phenol bonded particleboard mounted on 1mm thick laminate. Size of the top is Size of the Office Table 6’ x 3’. Backing sheet 0.5 mm thick to glued below the tabletop using good adhesive. All exposed edges are bonded with PVC tapes. Hardware of good quality, height to the table is 0.76meter.
  • Should be ISI/CE/ISO Certified

 

58.18. Table for Reading Room

  • Made out of pre-laminated particleboard with special top surface, 3 nos. drawers on the right hand side slides smoothly on roller bearings. Flush drawers have single key locking facility for all the 3 drawers.
  • Table legs are made out of ERW steel tube, rectangular or size 4 X 3 cm of 14 gauges. And top frame of size 3 cm. Frames welded by mig welding process. Frames are powder coated with minimum thickness of 50 microns. Tabletop is 25mm thick phenol bonded particleboard mounted on 1mm thick laminate. Size of the top is Size of the Office Table 6’ x 3’. Backing sheet 0.5 mm thick to glued below the tabletop using good adhesive. All exposed edges are bonded with PVC tapes. Hardware of good quality, height to the table is 0.76meter.
  • Should be ISI/CE/ISO Certified

 

58.19. Training Chairs (p-type)

  • The structure of the mechanism should be fabricated out of steel CR tubes.
  • Frames should be Epoxy powder coated in black Colour with minimum thickness of 50 microns.
  • It Should be  4  no’s  nylon bush
  • Seating and back rest upholstery to be made out of polyurethane foam of 55 density thickness 37 mm backed by 1”
  • Should be ISI/ ISO certified

 

58.20. Training Tables

  • Made out of pre-laminated particleboard with special top surface, 3 nos. drawers on the right hand side slides smoothly on roller bearings. Flush drawers have single key locking facility for all the 3 drawers.
  • Table legs are made out of ERW steel tube, rectangular or size 4 X 3 cm of 14 gauges. And top frame of size 3 cm. Frames welded by mig welding process. Frames are powder coated with minimum thickness of 50 microns. Tabletop is 25mm thick phenol bonded particleboard mounted on 1mm thick laminate. Size of the top is Size of the Office Table 6’ x 3’. Backing sheet 0.5 mm thick to glued below the tabletop using good adhesive. All exposed edges are bonded with PVC tapes. Hardware of good quality, height to the table is 0.76meter.
  • Should be ISI/CE/ISO Certified

 

58.21. Wooden Cupboard

  • Size H 70″x W 31.5″ x D 19″
  • Weight maximum should be 56 KG
  • Assembly: Carpenter Assembly
  • Primary Material: Engineered Wood
  • “Legs should be Particle Board”
  • Primary Material Should be Particle Board
  • Each shelf should bear 25 Kgs of distributed load
  • Should be facilitate Two Door
  • It should be ISO certified

 

59. Universal Health Coverage (UHC)

59.1. Anterior vaginal wall Retractor

  • Made of 410 Grade Stainless Steel
  • ISI/CE/FDA Certified & Anti Rust Instrument
  • Total Length – 25.5CM
  • Rings should be oval shaped
  • Both sides serrated rings
  • Ring internal diameter – 15MM & 18MM
  • Matt/ Dull Finish

 

59.2. Artery Forceps Straight

  • Made of 410 grade stainless steel
  • ISI/CE/FDA certified & anti rust instrument
  • Total length – 16 CM
  • Jaw length – 3.6 CM
  • Jaws should be serrated
  • Jaw serrations and ratchet should be sand blast
  • Rings should be smooth
  • Matt/ Dull Finish

 

59.3. Artery Forceps-Curved

  • Made of 410 Grade Stainless Steel
  • ISI/CE/FDA Certified & Anti Rust Instrument
  • Total length – 16 CM
  • Jaw length – 3.6 CM
  • Jaws should be serrated
  • Jaw serrations and ratchet should be sand blast
  • Rings should be smooth
  • Matt/ Dull Finish

 

59.4. Autoclave Vertical (Only for Hsc with case load for deliveries)

  • Vertical Autoclave – Cylindrical type ( steam sterilizers) 6 KW: Size D X H (mm): 400 x 600
  • Load KW: 6(3ph)
  • Material: Lid ring & lid, outer cover-SS 316.
  • Vertical Cylindrical type steam sterilizers pressure type shall have single door.
  • The immersion heater used for electric heating shall have mineral filled sheathed heating elements and shall be BIS marked and complying with safety requirements.
  • Autoclave should confirm IS 3829.
  • The immersion heater shall be wired for operation on 3Phase, 4Wire, 400/440 V AC supply.
  • Air shall be removed from the sterilization chamber after loading the sterilizer by one or more pressure / vacuum pulsing for proper steam penetration.
  • The control will be of independent switch/Microprocessor, Chamber, Jacket, Door & Door Ring used shall in SS-316 Grade Material wherever applicable
  • Nuts and Bolts used shall be in SS-304 Grade material for all items.
  • The Sterilizer shall be of the following size/type and corresponding electric loads
  • The equipment should be ISI/CE/FDA Certified

 

59.5. Basin with stand

  • Basin Stand Assorted (SS)-A High quality 304 stainless steel basin on portable Stand with castor wheels.
  • Wash Hand Basins – The wash hand basins shall conform with the requirements specified for 350 mm diameter wash bowl in
  • Single Wash Basin Stand
  • SHAPES AND DIMENSIONS: The thickness of tubes used and corresponding outside diameters for different parts of the wash hand basin stands shall be as given below:
  • a) Upright supports Thickness of Tube 1.2 mm and Outside Dia of Tube 25.40mm
  • b) Rings Basin Support 7 tie bars  Thickness of Tube  1.02 mm and Outside Dia of Tube 12.70mm

 

59.6. BP Apparatus (Digital)

  • Arm Type Blood Pressure Monitor (BP Apparatus)
  • Automated Type Upper Arm Blood pressure with oscillometric technology
  • Should have a LED indicator (WHO indicator) indicating the readings in a range (normal, borderline or high) in accordance with the standards set by (WHO) World Health Organization.
  • Large LCD display with at least 50W * 70H with single button operation
  • Range of Measurement: Blood Pressure: 30˜280mmHg Pulse Rate: 40˜199 beats/min.
  • Accuracy Calibration: Blood Pressure: ± 3mmHg Pulse Rate: ± 4%.
  • Operation Environment: Temperature: 10 ‘C to 40 ‘C With relative humidity up to 85% (non- condensing)
  • Cuff Circumference (M Size): Approx… 23cm ˜ 33cm.
  • Product should be ISI / CE / FDA Certified
  • Should have a battery level indication with at least 60 test.

 

59.7. BP apparatus (Manual)

 

 

59.8. Buckets Big (Plastic)

 

 

59.9. Buckets Small (Plastic)

 

 

59.10. Chairs for waiting area

  • Patient waiting chair (3 seater Metal): A unit of three Seater M.S. perforated bucket type visitor chairs with arm to be supplied as follows: Frame made out of M.S. Square 35×35 mm 16 gauges.
  • Two Nos. of vertical supports of 35×35 mm 16 gauge square on each side to be provided interconnected by a cross member of same dimension.
  • Two Nos. of horizontal supports of M.S. 35×35 mm 16 gauge 40 Cm Length to be provided at the bottom. Three chairs to be mounted on the frame with welding.
  • Provision of suitable moulded studs to be incorporated at the bottom of seats for rigid mounting.
  • Dimensions of Seat is as follows: Seat Height: 37-40 cm, Seat Length: 37-40 cm, Seat Width: 58-60 cm,
  • The above product should conform to applicable ISI Standards in respect of materials, welding process, tests and performance.
  • The above items must conform to the relevant quality and safety standards such as IEC 601-1 and BS 5724 and the Indian equivalent.
  • Epoxy powder coated with black Colour with 50 microns minimum coating.
  • Should be ISI Certified.

 

59.11. Cheatle’s Forceps

  • Made of 410 grade stainless steel
  • ISI/CE/FDA certified & anti rust instrument
  • Total length – 25.5 CM
  • Jaw length – 7.8 CM
  • Jaws should be smooth without serration
  • Rings should be smooth
  • Matt/ Dull Finish

 

59.12. Computer

  • Processor i3Dual Core latest configuration / AMD A8 equivalent latest configuration, 3MB or higher Cache
  • Chipset Compatible latest configuration OEM Mother board
  • Memory 8 GB DDR4latest configuration RAM with expandabilityupto 16 GB with 1 free slot
  • Hard Disk Drive 500GB SATA 7200 rpm
  • Monitor 47 cm or larger (18.5 inch or larger) TFT/LED Digital Colour Monitor TCO-6.0 certified
  • Keyboard 104 keys with USB interface
  • Mouse Optical with USB interface
  • Ports 6 USB Ports or more (with at least 2 USB 3.0)
  • 1 Display port/VGA port
  • Cabinet Mini Tower/ Small Form factor
  • Ethernet 100/1000 on-board integrated Network Port with remote booting facility remote system installation
  • Operating System Preloaded MS Windows 10 64bit Professional
  • Certification
    • Windows certified, Linux certified, Linux Compatible
    • Energy Star certified or EPEAT registered or BIS certified
  • Power Management Screen Blanking, Hard Disk and System Idle Mode in Power On, Set up Password, Power supply SMPS Surge protected.
  • Antivirus Software Desktop Antivirus with Internet Security latest version with free updates for 3 years

 

59.13. Cord Cutting Scissors

  • Made of 420 grade stainless steel
  • ISI/CE/FDA certified & anti rust instrument
  • Total length – 10.5 CM
  • Blade  length – 2.8 CM
  • Blades  should be oval shaped
  • Rings should be smooth
  • Matt/ Dull Finish

 

59.14. Cusco’s Vaginal Speculum Large

  • Made of antimagnetic stainless steel
  • ISI/CE/FDA certified & anti rust instrument
  • Size – 110 mm x 27 mm
  • Anti reflection coating from inside
  • Self locking magnetic screw
  • Matt/ Dull Finish

 

59.15. Cusco’s Vaginal Speculum Medium

  • Made of antimagnetic stainless steel
  • ISI/CE/FDA certified & anti rust instrument
  • size – 100 mm x 25 mm
  • Anti reflection coating from inside
  • Self locking magnetic screw
  • Matt/ Dull Finish

 

59.16. Cusco’s Vaginal Speculum Small

  • Made of antimagnetic stainless steel
  • ISI/CE/FDA certified & anti rust instrument
  • Size – 90 mm x 23 mm
  • Anti reflection coating from inside
  • Self locking magnetic screw
  • Matt/ Dull Finish

 

59.17. Data Card

  • 3G / 4G USB port based Data Card
  • Data Card should be obtained in department’s name.
  • Bills will be directly paid by the department.

 

59.18. Dental Probe

  • Made of 420 grade stainless steel
  • ISI/CE/FDA certified & anti rust instrument
  • Total length – 6 inch
  • Double ended lopp & bent probe
  • Both pointed ends
  • Round knurled handle for better grip
  • Matt/ dull finish

 

59.19. Digital Thermometer

  • Battery operated,
  • with on and off audio alarm,
  • Measurable in Fahrenheit and Centigrade.
  • Memory of the last reading
  • Oral and Axillary usage
  • Should be ISI/CE/FDA Certified.

 

59.20. Disposable Delivery Kit

  • Made of 410 grade stainless steel
  • P. Blade handle no. 3
  • P. blade
  • Scissor curved 15.5cm both blunt blades
  • Thumb forceps 20cm
  • Matt/ Dull Finish

 

59.21. Dressing Drum with lid

  • Shallow sterilizer have seamless (deep drawn) construction made of medical grade
  • Stainless steel for thorough sterilization.
  • Applications:
    • Dressing drum should be widely used in hospitals,
  • Salient Features:
    • Dressing drums should have ability to perform smoothly with multiple features such as high tensile strength, resistance to wear and tear, corrosion and heat with minimum accumulation of dust.
    • The dressing drums should provided with perforation device & locking device for easy handling.
  • Dimensions:
    • Size specifications are : 27 X 22 cm ± 5%

 

59.22. Dressing Forceps

  • Made of 410 grade stainless steel
  • ISI/CE/FDA certified & anti rust instrument
  • Total Length – 15 CM
  • Sand blasting from inside
  • Tip should be serrated
  • Matt/ Dull Finish

 

59.23. Dust Bins – Blue

  • 40 ltr Capacity with swing lid
  • Should be ISI certified
  • Color: Blue

 

59.24. Dust Bins – Red

  • 40 ltr Capacity with swing lid
  • Should be ISI certified
  • Color: Red

 

59.25. Dust Bins – White

  • 40 ltr Capacity with swing lid
  • Should be ISI certified
  • Color: White

 

59.26. Electric Hot Plate

  • Hot Plate Surface:        Coil Hotplate
  • Power (W):                   1800
  • dimension:                  7″ heating element
  • voltage:                      100V/220-240V
  • Material:                      stainless steel 202

 

59.27. Episiotomy Scissors

  • Made of 420 grade stainless steel
  • ISI/CE/FDA certified & anti rust instrument
  • Total Length – 14 CM
  • Blade  Length – 4.6 CM
  • Blades  should be angled
  • Rings should be smooth
  • Matt/ Dull Finish

 

59.28. Examination Lamp

  • High Intensity, Single Dome, Mobile O.T. Light
  • Single reflector Mobile O.T. light mounted on sturdy stand
  • Dome should be made of aluminium and completely sealed.
  • Dichroic reflector should be incorporated within aluminium dome.
  • Should have one main halogen bulb and one reserve halogen bulb.
  • Reserved halogen bulb should switched ON automatically in case of failure of main bulb
  • Halogen bulb should be positioned at the centre of the heat-absorbing colour correcting filter.
  • Replacement of halogen bulb should be quick and without using any tool.
  • Intensity control panel should mounted on centre stem with following features:
  • Should have Feather touch key pad
  • Should have ON/OFF
  • Should have Intensity control.
  • Should have Intensity bar graph display.
  • Should have Indicator for Main & Reserve bulb
  • Should be Pre-focussed illumination is cool and shadowless
  • Should be Flexible and spring balanced arm system for three dimensional positioning
  • Should provide Autocleavable handle at the centre of the dome
  • T. Light should be Epoxy Powder Coated
  • Supply should be with Switch Mode Power Supply (SMPS) for Extends the life of halogen bulb.
  • Light Intensity at 1 mtr.
  • Distance : 1,00,000 Lux
  • Dia of Dome : 500 mm.
  • Halogen bulb : 24V 150W
  • Power Pack : 2 Hrs. backup

 

59.29. Examination Table

  • Overall size: L-72″, W-30″, H-30″
  • Top sheet: Stainless Steel 16 Gauge 304 grade, double press bent, mirror polished and with ‘U’ cut,
  • Design: Sturdy frame work made up of 16 gauge S.S. 202 grade 1 ¼” Sq. pipes (tubes) with cross bars- both at top and bottom sides of 1″ Sq. S.S. tube 202 grade: 2 Nos. Lithotomic rod ½” round rod for easy movement located on both sides with ankle stripes (Rexine). Lithotomy Rod holders- S.S. Mirror finished. All the corners are grounded and blunted. Nylon feet to be provided,
  • Should be ISI certified.

 

59.30. Fire Extinguisher

  • Dry powder Extinguisher in 9/10 kg capacity confirming to IS: 15683-2006 & NFPA International specification.
  • Body-Steel welded fabricated Construction
  • Neck Ring-Seamless Pipe external Thread Locking Ring: Machined Brass Stamping Nickel Plated.
  • Cap- Machined Brass Stamping Nickel Plated Valve- Machined Brass Stamping Nickel Plated and valve incorporating pressure gauge and steel lever.
  • Hose-Braided PVC /Rubber 12mm/20mm nominal bore.
  • Internal finish-Anti corrosive & Zinc/phosphate coating 15 microns.
  • External finish- Anti corrosive & Zinc/phosphate coating 15 microns and Fire Red Powder coating.

 

59.31. Foam Mattress for Labour Table (Only for the HSC Selected As points for conducting delivery)

  • Mattress size:L 76” x W 30”x T 3”.
  • ‘U’ cut in centre at one side of the width. Width of U is 12” and depth of U is 8”
  • Rubberized coir oriented mattress with 50 mm coir block.
  • Top side pasted with high density 20 grams/dm3polyurethane foam of 25 mm thick covered with protective inner cover of 20’s x 20’s Grey cloth
  • T Quality green drill back Rexene cover.
  • Density of the Rubberized coir block should not be less than 80 grams / dm^3.
  • Four sides of the block should be reinforced by cotton blanket cloth.

 

59.32. Foam Mattresses for Examination Table

  • Mattress size:L 76” x W 30”x T 3”.
  • Rubberized coir oriented mattress with 50 mm coir block.
  • Top side pasted with high density 20 grams/dm3polyurethane foam of 25 mm thick covered with protective inner cover of 20’s x 20’s Grey cloth
  • T Quality green drill back Rexene cover.
  • Density of the Rubberized coir block should not be less than 80 grams / dm^3.
  • Four sides of the block should be reinforced by cotton blanket cloth.

 

59.33. Foetoscope

  • Should be made of Aluminium to hear baby heart beat manually
  • Should be able to obtain the information about a fetus within the uterus.
  • Should be Anodized finish.

 

59.34. Foot Step

  • Should be made of Aluminium to hear baby heart beat manually
  • Should be able to obtain the information about a fetus within the uterus.
  • Should be Anodized finish.

 

59.35. Gauze Cutting Scissors Straight

  • Made of 420 grade stainless steel
  • ISI/CE/FDA certified & anti rust instrument
  • Total length – 25 CM
  • Blades  should be highly tempered
  • Rings should be smooth with black insulation
  • Matt/ Dull Finish

 

59.36. Glass rods

 

59.37. Glass slides

 

59.38. Glucometer and Testing Strips

 

59.39. Glucometer Testing Strips (Boxes)

 

59.40. Hub Cutter Syringe

  • The cutting blade of the cutter will be made of stainless steel (IS 6911 of 1992).
  • The thickness of the blade will not be less than 0.5 mm with one side sharpen to cut minimum of 10,000 cuts.
  • All other metal if used in the hub cutter will be made of galvanized carbon steel which will withstand rusting even in rough weather with high humidity coastal region. The spring if used in the hub cutter will be made of steel wire for mechanical spring (oil harden and tampered steel wire) ISI-4454 of 2001 revision part.
  • The sharp container should be made of Polypropylene (PP) of not less than 4 mm thick and should be white/translucent. The material should be autoclavable plastics, puncture resistant, high drop impact strength, material should be non-toxic and pyrogen free, the material will not wear out with normal usage.
  • Shape: The shape of the container will be such that the lid is tightened with the body with a twist and cannot be opened by pulling the lid and the body in the opposite direction. The container containing the cut hub along with needle of various size will be ¾ full when filled with 500 cut hub with needles.
  • Capacity range: Able to destroy from hub of AD syringe with needles from 18-28 gauge diameter and from 10-25 mm length and fitted with all types of needle fittings, eg, fixed luer lock, luer ship of snap-on.
  • Resistance to piecing: Container shall accept 500 cut needles along with the hub when it is ¾th full (filling line). Needles shall not penetrate container walls when filled up to the filling line. The average of forces needed to penetrate samples shall be not less than 15 N.
  • Tamper-proofing: When contaminated needles are being dropped into the containers, it shall remain sufficiently sealed so as to prevent a hand from entering. Needle should not protrude from the container when the box contains 500 needles with hub.
  • Capacity of the container: have sufficient capacity to hold 500, 18-28-gauge, 10-25 mm long needles with hub.
  • Colour: The container shall be translucent white in color and will allow visual inspection from outer surface to determine when the container is full
  • Technique: The device shall be designed to facilitate the location and entry of the needles so that the AD syringe is cut from hub by having:
  • A non-critical angle of the needle relative to the entry point.
  • An entry target area which is recessed, concave and diameter is such that it allows.
  • All type of AD syringe available in the market to cut from hub
  • Handling: Able to be carried in one hand and portable.

 

59.41. Instrument Tray with cover

  • Instrument Tray with cover – Stainless steel  of 304 grade
  • Size: 300x 200 x 65mm.

 

59.42. IV Stands

  • Adjustable from 60″ to 90″
  • Central stand-16 gauge ERW 1″ Sq. pipe 4 winged base each wing having a length of 9″, base of 2″ x 1″ cross section. 10 gauge rectangular tube on 2″ swiveling nylon castor wheels. A Telescopic ½” dia S.S.304 grade rod with double hooks. Locking hook (grip) mad of SS stud fitted with Bakelite knob for holding saline rod in the position.
  • Epoxy powder coated in White colour with minimum 50 microns.
  • All items must confirm to the relevant quality and safety standards such as IEC 601-1 and BS 5724 and the Indian equivalent.

 

59.43. Kelly’s Hemostat forceps straight

  • Made of 410 grade stainless steel
  • ISI/CE/FDA certified & anti rust instrument
  • Total length – 14 cm
  • Jaws should be serrated till half jaw length
  • Jaw serrations and ratchet should be sand blast
  • Rings should be smooth
  • Matt/ Dull Finish

 

59.44. Kidney Tray big

  • The Material should be of Stainless Steel 304 grade.
  • Should be possible for Ultrasonic Cleaning.
  • Should be Glossy Polished.
  • Should not have Sharp Edges.
  • Size:250x40mm
  • Size:300x40mm.

 

59.45. Kidney Tray small

  • The Material should be of Stainless Steel 304 grade.
  • Should be possible for Ultrasonic Cleaning.
  • Should be Glossy Polished.
  • Should not have Sharp Edges.
  • Size: 200x40mm.

 

59.46. Labour Table (Only for the HSC selected As points for conducting Delivery)

  • OVERALL SIZE: L-72″, W-30″, H-30″
  • TOP SHEET: Stainless Steel 16 Gauge 304 grade, double press bent, mirror polished and with ‘U’ cut
  • DESIGN: Sturdy frame work made up of 16 gauge S.S. 202 grade 1 ¼” Sq. pipes (tubes) with cross bars-both at Top and Bottom sides of 1″ Sq. S.S. tube 202 grade. 2 Nos. Lithotomic rod ½” round rod for easy movement located on both sides with ankle stripes (Rexene). Lithotomy Rod holders- S.S. Mirror finished. All the corners are grounded and blunted. Nylon feet to be provided.
  • Should be ISI/CE/FDA Certified

 

59.47. Mackintosh Sheets – 5 meter

  • Mackintosh sheets-5 meter

 

59.48. Measuring Tape

  • Case: First-grade new ABS Plastics, bright, odourless. It looks shiny
  • Graduation: British-metric, metric, British etc
  • Blade: PVC with fibre glass blade
  • Hook: Plastic hook or the steel hook
  • Thickness:0.3-0.5mm thickness blade
  • Main dimension : 10 ft

 

59.49. Mouth Gag

  • Made of 410 grade stainless steel
  • ISI/CE/FDA certified & anti rust instrument
  • Total length – 14 cm
  • Self retaining ratchets
  • Rings should be smooth
  • Matt/ Dull Finish.

 

59.50. Mouth Mirror

  • Materials, design, workmanship & performance
  • should conform to BIS : 6020

 

59.51. Mucous Sucker

 

59.52. Nebulizer

  • Should be with piston compressor pump and silencer.
  • Should have an air flow of 15 ltrs. min at least.
  • Should have a noise level of < 50 dB.
  • Should have a breathable fraction of 84 to 86%.
  • Should have a maximum rate of nebulization of 0.42 to 0.48 ml/min.
  • Should have residues up to max 0.4ml for a compressing flow of 8 ltr / min.
  • Should have double venture effect design to support delivery of design to support delivery of fast treatment.
  • Should have Andy flow to permit, specific therapy of the respiratory infection.
  • Should be suitable for all ages.
  • Should be easy to operate with simpler design.
  • Should have a flow regulation valve to vary the breathable flow suiting it for the respiratory functionalities of the patient.
  • Should have a choice of Pisper to treat different tracts of the respiratory system.
  • Should be supplied with following Standard Accessories
    • Nebulizing bulb with mouth piece – 2 Nos.
    • Nasal Prong – 2 Nos
    • Adult Mask – 3 Nos.
    • Connection Tubing – 4 Sets.
    • Filter – 2 Nos.
    • Pispers – 3 Nos.
  • Should be ISI / CE / FDA Certified.

 

59.53. Needle Destroyer

  • Main Input Supply (V, Hz, A): 230 ± 10%, 50 ± 3% Hz, AC/5 A fuse.
  • Body Material : ABS Plastic.
  • Power consumption of continuous rating, W in use: 100 W.
  • Type of Electrodes used : Copper Electrode – Nicket plated.
  • Destruction Rate, Seconds / Needle : 25 Second / Needle.
  • Thickness & Length of Needle: Recommended: MAX. 1.6 mm Dia, 80 mm Length.
  • Burning Temperature, deg. C: 1600 C.
  • Grade of Steel & Guaranteed Life of Cutting Blade (Approximate No. of Syringes and needle it can destroy ) : SS Grade is SS 316 L. Can cut syringe hub & burn needle approx. 25000 pcs. to 28000 pcs. Life – Two years minimum.
  • Tray capacity No. of Syringes & Needles: 200 pcs.
  • Safety features provided: Glass Cartilage Fuse.

 

59.54. Needle Holder

  • Made of 410 grade stainless steel
  • ISI/CE/FDA certified & anti rust instrument
  • Total length – 15.5 cm
  • Jaw length – 1.7 cm
  • Jaws should be cross serrated & grooved
  • Jaw serrations and ratchet should be sand blast
  • Rings should be smooth
  • Matt/ Dull Finish

 

59.55. Office Chair

  • Half back chair
  • The double mesh back should be designed for comfort and support
  • Adjustable seat height, & Hand rest angle
  • Adjust the height using the gas lift to find that comfortable position, and the nylon castors make it easy to move around your space.
  • Five part Chrome legs
  • Height 38” + 5%
  • Width  21” + 5%
  • Depth 20” + 5%

 

59.56. Office Table

  • Made out of pre-laminated particleboard with special top surface, 3 nos. drawers on the right hand side slides smoothly on roller bearings. Flush drawers have single key locking facility for all the 3 drawers.
  • Table legs are made out of ERW steel tube, rectangular or size 4 X 3 cm of 14 gauges. And top frame of size 3 cm. Frames welded by mig welding process. Frames are powder coated with minimum thickness of 50 microns. Tabletop is 25mm thick phenol bonded particleboard mounted on 1mm thick laminate. Size of the top is Size of the Office Table 6’ x 3’. Backing sheet 0.5 mm thick to glued below the tabletop using good adhesive. All exposed edges are bonded with PVC tapes. Hardware of good quality, height to the table is 0.76meter.
  • Should be ISI Certified

 

59.57. Online UPS 1 KVA with 60 minute backup

Sl. Particulars Technical Specification
1. UPS Type 1 KVA Online UPS
2. Battery backup 60 minutes or higher
3. Technology IP (Double Conversion IGBT inverter technology based pure sine wave) UPS at 0.8 PF full load having input voltage range (160V-270V)
4. Input power factor >= 0.9
5. Crest factor >= 3:1
6. THD voltage < 3% for Linear, < 5% for Non-Linear Load
7. Output voltage regulation < ±1%
8. Output frequency variation <=0.5%
9. Overall Efficiency >=85%
10. Inverter Efficiency >=90%
11. Bypass Static & Manual bypass
12. Overload capacity 150% for 1 Minute, 125% for 10 Minutes
13. Transformer Inbuilt Galvanic isolation transformer at input side
14. Batteries SMF batteries (VRLA) complying JIS C8702 and with Maintenance free battery
15. VAh >=3,600
16. Computer Interface Software with communication interface for monitoring the health of the UPS. Automatic shutdown under Windows & Diagnostics.
17. Protection Automatic discharge protection with self-test Features, Overload, Surge protection, Input fault, Cold start, Low Battery, Battery over charge, Output short circuit, Charging Current Circuit, Inverter over temperature
18. LCD Display Output voltage, Output current, Output frequency, Input Voltage, Battery Voltage
19. Load Test At 100 % load on Resistive load
20. Certifications 1. Certified by CPRI or ETDC or NABL approved Testing Laboratories, such Copy of Test Certificate shall be enclosed.

Certification:

2. BIS for Product

3. OHSAS (Occupational Health and Safety System) for System

All the above are mandatory

 

59.58. Oxygen Cylinder with trolley

  • Suitable to hold 1.3 Cubic Meter or 10 Litre. Water capacity size cylinder. M.S tubular frame fitted with 2 Nos. 4″ diameter wheels. Bottom plate 1/8″ M.S CRCA sheet. 2 nos. suitable holding clamps with rubber buffers to be provided for the cylinder during transportation.
  • Epoxy powder coating with seamen’s grey colour with minimum 50 microns
  • Should be ISI Certified

 

59.59. Plain (Tissue) Forceps

  • Made of 410 grade stainless steel
  • ISI/CE/FDA certified & anti rust instrument
  • Total length – 20.5 cm
  • Sand blasting from inside
  • Tip should be serrated
  • Matt/ Dull Finish

 

59.60. PPIUCD Sets

  • Weight of the Forceps 110-115 grams
  • Diameter of  Inner Ring (major diameter)  11-15 mm
  • Diameter of  Inner Ring (minor diameter)  8.0-8.8 mm
  • Thickness of  Ring 3.5-4.00 mm
  • Length of clearness of Forceps 33-35 mm
  • Tip to box Joint length 141-145 mm
  • Box Joint to end of grip length 177-181 mm
  • Tip to end of grip length 315-325mm (overall length)
  • Diameter of the finger rings ( major diameter) 27.2-27.5 mm
  • Diameter of the finger rings ( minor diameter) 23.1-23.4 mm
  • Thickness of the finger rings 3.5-3.8mm
  • Angle of the forcep tip on plane  5˚
  • Serration in the Jaws Serrated ring jaws, slightly curved at the tip
    • Number of Serration 20
    • Distance between the Serration 0.65-0.75 mm
    • Depth of the Serration 0.9-1.08 mm
  • Metal Specification The metal should be light weight surgical alloy, non-staining, corrosion free, non-rusting and should be able to withstand the temperature of autoclaving. It should be non light reflecting (surface should not be shiny) with a buff coating. It should not be brittle.
  • Stainless Steel Material Requirement Use of Martensitic stainless steel type 410 for the PPIUCD insertion forceps is recommended.

 

59.61. Resuscitate or (Ambu Bag) Paediatric with Face Mask

  • 500ml Self inflating double ended silicone bag with mounts
  • Side feed oxygen inlet
  • Type “L” non-rebreathing valve with pressure limiting device 40cms of water
  • Size 0A Circular Paedi All Silicone facemask
  • Reservoir Hose  with Adaptor to provide higher oxygen & 1.5mtrs oxygen enrichment tubing
  • Carrying case

 

59.62. Screen Separators stand

  • OVERALL SIZE: 96″ Wx60″H.
  • TOP SHEET: ¾” diameter tubular frame 16 SWG in 3 sections. Middle span 48″. Provision for hooks to fix springs. Mounted on 6 Nos.
  • DESIGN: Epoxy powder coated in White colour with minimum 50 microns.
  • All items must confirm to the relevant quality and safety standards such as IEC 601-1 and BS 5724 and the Indian equivalent.

 

59.63. Sim’s Vaginal Speculum Double Ended Medium

  • Made of antimagnetic stainless steel
  • ISI/CE/FDA certified & anti rust instrument
  • Double ended
  • Total length – 15.5 cm
  • Blade size – 60 mm x 55 mm
  • Bright mirror finish from inside
  • Matt/ dull finish from outside.

 

59.64. Slide drying rack

 

59.65. Snellen And near vision chart

  • Snellen’s Alphabet
  • Landolt’s ‘C’or Tumbling ‘E’
  • Numbers chart
  • Pictures chart
  • Near vision chart
  • Features:
    • Wall-Mounted
    • Indexpensive
    • Used for rough assessment of vision
  • Snellen Eye Chart Specification:
    • Non- reflective material
    • Matte finish
    • Durable Plastic
    • 20 ft. Test distance
    • Size: 22” x 11”
    • Traditional Snellen Eye Chart-uses the English Alphabet
    • Also need number chart and pictures chart in addition to alphabet chart (for Children)
    • Landolt’s ‘C’ chart or Tumbling ‘E’ chart

 

59.66. Specimen collection bottle

 

59.67. Spirit lamp

 

59.68. Sponge Holding Forceps

  • Made of 410 grade stainless steel
  • ISI/CE/FDA certified & anti rust instrument
  • Total length – 25.5 cm
  • Tip eye diameter – 10 mm
  • Jaws should be serrated
  • Jaw serrations and ratchet should be sand blast
  • Rings should be smooth
  • Matt/ dull finish

 

59.69. Steel Almirah / Cupboard/storage chests

  • Size: 78” x 36” x 19” with 4 Shelves to be fixed having 5 compartments, double door with three way locking device with duplicate keys, made out of CRCA Sheet of 18 gauge with de rusted synthetic enamel seamen’s gray colour paint. The edges of doors and shelves should be properly bent to U Shape neatly and finished.
  • Should be ISI Certified

 

59.70. Sterilizer

  • Instrument sterilizer should have seamless construction, made of medical grade 316 stainless steel
  • Thermostatically controlled heating through easily replaceable heating element.
  • All components are in the instrument sterilizer should be interchangeable
  • Instrument sterilizer conforms to IS: 5022 – 1989
  • Size should be not less than 510 mm(L) x 200 mm(W) x 150 mm(H)
  • Capacity of Heating element 2.0 KW

 

59.71. Stethoscope

  • Light weight bright aluminium anodized chest piece
  • Excellent finish
  • Anatomically correct headset and comfortably angled
  • Epoxy powder coated brass screw on ring having excellent finish.
  • The Equipment should be ISI / CE / FDA Certified.

 

59.72. Stool including for attendants

  • OVERALL SIZE: 12″ dia round top S.S. Sheet, revolving with height adjustable from 20″ min. to 28″ max. from floor by machined screw mechanism
  • DESIGN: Frame made up of 14 gauge ERW 1″ dia pipe tripod. Leg to leg 16″ apart. A round top CRCA 10 gauge should have a ring of same dia. M.S. metal 1″ x ¼”flat, so that the 22 SWG S.S. top sheet would be beaded of inside. Top mirror polished. The central guiding tube of 10 gauge ERW and the screw rod of dia 1½” and the nut (EN8 alloyed steel) are firmly welded. Nylon feet are to be provided
  • PAINT: Epoxy powder coated din White Colour with minimum 50 microns.
  • The above items must conform to the relevant quality and safety standards such as IEC 601-1 and BS 5724 and the Indian equivalent.

 

59.73. Suture Material

 

59.74. Suture Needles – Triangular and Round tip

 

59.75. Table Lamp with 200 W bulb

  • Size:17”*6”*20 ± 5%
  • Lamp holder:1*200W
  • E26 standard bulb

 

59.76. Test tube holding clamp

 

59.77. Test tube rack

 

59.78. Test tubes

 

59.79. Thermometer-Oral

 

59.80. Tongue Depressor

  • Made of anti magnetic stainless steel
  • Isi/ce/fda certified & anti rust instrument
  • L shaped spatula
  • Matt/ dull finish

 

59.81. Toothed Forceps

  • Made of 410 grade stainless steel.
  • ISI/CE/FDA certified & anti rust instrument
  • Total length – 15 cm
  • Sand blasting from inside
  • Tip should be serrated
  • Matt/ dull finish

 

59.82. Torch

  • 2 AA batteries and rechargeable.
  • LED Bulb.
  • 5 cm field.

 

59.83. Vaccine Carries box

  • Description of Function – Vaccine carriers are used to safely carry the vaccines during transportation.
  • Operational Requirements – Small vaccines carriers, Large range are required to safely transport the vaccines under cold conditions for short distances.
  • Technical Specifications
    • Vaccine Storage Capacity 1.5 litres +/- 15%
    • Weight fully loaded should be up to 5 Kg
    • Weight empty with empty ice pack should be up to 3 kg
    • External surface being HDPE-(High Density Polyethylene) and internal lining of HDPE/HIPS.
    • Insulation material: CFC-free Polyurethane
    • Insulation thickness: 30-50 mm
    • Cold Life without opening 36 hours at 43 deg C (OR BETTER)
    • Each vaccine carrier/cold box shall contain ice packs of WHO PQS
  • Performance specification, E-05/IP01.1
  • The specifications are as given below:
    • Water Content: 0.3 Litres. E
    • xternal Dimensions: 163 x 90 x 33 mm +/- 1 mm.
    • Empty weight: 75 to 80 gm
    • Robustness: The Ice Packs samples shall withstand a two metre drop on every face, edge and corner when in a frozen state (-10 deg C to -20 deg C). It will then successfully pass the leakage test after thawing. Leakage Test: No leaks when 80 Kg lateral force is applied.
    • Features: Effective reinforcements to restrain walls against swelling. Removable capfor filling ;cap to have effective internal water seal to resist 80 kg lateral force with no leakage. Manufacturer’s recommended filling line to be clearly indicated.
    • Freezing Characteristics: Shall not display super cooling characteristics when filled with demineralised water and frozen in flat, horizontal contact with evaporator at – 8 deg C.
    • Maximum thickness of the icepack, when frozen solid and laid flat on an evaporator surface, shall not exceed the unfrozen thickness by more than 10%.
    • The internal dimension of the unit should be sufficient to accommodate the largest tolerances of the standard ice packs.
  • In addition to the existing lid of the vaccine carrier a foam pad to be provided to serve as a temporary Lid to hold the vaccine vials during immunization sessions.
    • The pad will: – be soft foam, minimum 30 mm thickness;
    • Fit tightly inside the neck of the carrier on top of the ice packs, under the lid.
    • Vaccine Carrier should not have any slit cut into it for insertion of vaccine vial. However, puff insulation should be retained.
  • System Configuration Accessories, spares and consumables
    • Vaccine Carrier-01 No.
    • Ice Packs-04 No.
    • Foam Pad-01 No.
  • Standards, Safety and Training
    • The equipment should Conform to WHO PQS Performance Specifications, E-04/VC 01.2. The equipment should preferably be listed on the PQS Information sheet of WHO.
    • The system should be tested as per WHO Product Verifications Protocol E004/ VC01- VP.2 for Vaccine Carriers and E005/IP01 for Ice Packs. General Technical requirement For TE : Page 4 of 5
  • Documentation
    • Manufacturer’s certification of compliance of test procedures as per WHO Standards Test Procedures.
    • Certificate of Type Testing as per WHO Product Verification Protocol to be provided prior to dispatch. Type-testing will be carried out by an independent ISO/IEC 17025 testing laboratory, accredited for Type Testing of COLD BOXES and VACCINE CARRIERS by WHO/UNICEF/STQC/NABL.

 

59.84. Vaccine Carries Ice packs

 

59.85. Weighing Scale Adult (Digital)

  • Weighing Scale is based on highly exact, responsive and consistent mechanism for delivering long trouble-free service life.
    • Suitable for Hospitals, Clinic,
    • Accurate reading
    • Capacity: 150 kg x 0.5 kg
    • Size: All sizes of Adult Weighing Scale is acceptable
    • Net Weight: 2 kg
    • LED/LCD display
    • Should be battery operated
  • The equipment should be certified from Department of weights and measurements.

 

59.86. Weighing Scale Infant

  • Pan Type
  • Measuring range: 20 kg x 100 grams
  • Size: All sizes of paediatric weighing scale is acceptable.
  • Pan size: 485 mm x 295 mm x 45 mm
  • Net Weight: 3 kg
  • LED / LCD display
  • Should be battery operated
  • The Equipment should be certified from Department of weights and measurements.

 

59.87. Weighing Scale Paediatric

  • Pan Type
  • Measuring range: 20 kg x 100 grams
  • Size: All sizes of paediatric weighing scale is acceptable.
  • Pan size: 485 mm x 295 mm x 45 mm
  • Net Weight: 3 kg
  • LED / LCD display
  • Should be battery operated
  • The Equipment should be certified from Department of weights and measurements.

 

59.88. White writing boards

 

59.89. Package – NCD Equipments

59.89.1. 4 Tenaculum Hooks

59.89.2. Aylesbury Spatula

59.89.3. Cervical Biopsy Forceps

59.89.4. Colposcope

  • The offered device should be designed for gynecologic applications.  It should be capable of aiding in the detection of carcinogenic conditions by illuminating and magnifying the lower genital area.
  • The Colposcope shall incorporate an illumination system that should be housed in power arm
  • The system illumination should be adjustable, with variable light intensities.
  • The system should have beam splitter incorporated between the binocular tube and the microscope body, allowing for co-observation.
  • The system should have magnification system which is adjustable.  The objectives, binocular tubes, and eyepieces on adjustable Colposcopes should be interchangeable.
  • The colposcope should have the power supply unit which is built in.
  • The system magnification & focusing should be able to be carried out with one hand, either the right or the left.
  • The system should have following mounting: mobile stand on casters
  • The system binocular should be: inclined tube with interchangeable eyepieces
  • The system should have interchangeable objective
  • Specification:
    • Tilting Adjustment:   Up to 45 degree on all angles
    • Working Range:  40 to 60 mm (Fine focusing)
    • Lamp: Voltage 15V to 24V (Halogen with dual bulb system)
    • Watts:    150W to 300W
    • Total weight: from 20 kg to 30 kg
    • Filter Green
  • Other components
    • Eye piece: 10 x to 20x (two 10x power eye pieces and two 20x Power eye pieces required)
    • Objective lens: 250 mm to 350 mm (One Objective lens falling in the range specified need to be specified)
    • Field Vision: 30 mm to 40 mm
    • Magnification: from 5 xs to max of 30 xs
    • Cross Slide: 50 mm
    • Light Source: Halogen Fiber Optic – Single or double outlet

 

59.89.5. Cryotherapy Equipment

  • Should be stand-alone unit consist of a tank, a pressure regulator, and a probe attached by tubing to the tank.
  • Should be a fully mobile cryo-surgical system with a wide array of interchangeable probes designed for the use of gynecologic surgical procedures. The interchangeable probes must include both different sizes for the cervix besides flat one for vaginal lesions.
  • Either Nitrous oxide or carbon dioxide can be used as refrigerant.
  • Units should support various probes and tips.
  • Nitrous based unit should have scavenging ability.
  • Should have adjustable freezing temperatures and pressures through a regulation system. Should have non-electric defrosting system.
  • All cryo probes must be autoclavable. Operating pressure 450 to 800 psi. Operating temperature -70 to -10ºC for Carbon dioxide and -90 to -25ºC for Nitrous oxide. Should be supplied with triggers/connection for N2O or CO2. Should be supplied with rolling cart.
  • Should be supplied with filled cylinder for N2O or CO2.
  • Should be supplied with all kinds of probes required for gynecology.

 

59.89.6. Endo cerival Brush

 

59.89.7. Endo cerival Currette

  • Made of brass
  • CE certified & anti rust instrument
  • Type – Novak
  • Grip oval shaped
  • Mirror finish

 

59.89.8. Micropipette

  • The reliable micropipettes should be with locking system & Contoured Shape.
  • New Thumb friendly spring system.
  • Should have colour coded rings for easier identifications and segregation of applications.
  • Large Volume Display.
  • Completely Autoclavable & UV resistant Body.
  • Must be having a dual volume adjustment system.
  • Height Adjustable Ejector.
  • Volume range should be 0.1 – 2ul, 0.5 – 10ul, 2 – 20ul, 20 -200ul, 10-100ul, 100-1000ul, 50-250ul.
  • For 500ul pipette the unit must be Sliding tip ejector system pipette, fully autoclavable and must be supplied with recalibration system.
  • Manufacturer and bidder should be ISO Certified
  • Product Shall be ISI / CE / FDA Certified.

 

59.89.9. Vulsellum Forceps

  • Made of 410 grade stainless steel
  • ISI/CE/FDA certified & anti rust instrument
  • Total length – 10″
  • Rings should be smooth
  • Matt/ dull finish

 

59.89.10. Yellow Tips for Micropipette

  • Micropipette tips: Small (yellow) for variable pipette, 10 to 200 microliters.  Large (blue) for variable pipette, 100 to 1000 microliters.

 

 

SECTION VII – QUALIFICATION CRITERIA

(Referred to in ITT Clause 3.6.2.2)

    1. The tenderer should be a manufacturer who must have manufactured, tested and supplied the equipment (s) similar to the type specified in the ‘Schedule of requirements’ up to at least 80% of the quantity required in any one of the last 3 financial years as per Section XII.
    2. In case of the tenderer quoting as authorized representative of a manufacturer, meeting with the above requirement in full, can also be considered provided:
      1. The manufacturer furnishes authorization in the prescribed format assuring full guarantee and warranty obligations as per GCC and SCC; and
      2. The tenderer as authorized dealer shall also obtain the detailed qualification criteria of the manufacturer as cited at 1 (a) above and upload the same along with his own Qualification Criteria as stipulated in 1 b (iii). (Refer 3.2.2.14 of ITT)
  • The tenderer, as authorized representative, has supplied, installed and commissioned satisfactorily at least 30% of the tendered quantity similar to the type, size and complexity specified in the Schedule of Requirements in any one of the last three financial years as per Section XII A,
  • If the bidder is the sole distributor / supplier of the quoted equipment throughout the country / abroad, the performance of 80% and 30% may be considered in total (Should be supported with the manufacturer’s declaration as Sole Distributor)
  • The tenderer should furnish the information on all past, in proforma under Section XII by uploading all the documents.
  • The following routine test (final test) needs to be done on all products, which are ready to dispatch. The test report should be made available for inspecting authorities for random checking, if the equipment is not IEC certified OR IEC class not specified on the product catalogue. High voltage Test (for 5 seconds), Earth and patient leakage current test and Earth bond test, Whereas it will not be considered for evaluation.
    1. Valid Certificate as prescribe in the Technical specification is mandatory.
    2. Hands on training for operation and maintenance by the supplier is mandatory

 

 

SECTION VIII – TENDER FORM

IFT No. Date: ___/___/______

To,

Additional Director,
Karnataka State Drug Logistic and Ware Housing Society®,
Siddaiah Puranik Road, Bangalore – 560 079

Gentlemen/Ladies,

Having examined the tender documents in connection with the Supply of below goods called in this tender to your department for the year __________ called by you, I / We, the undersigned offer to supply and deliver the above said items in conformity with the terms and conditions of the tender at the rates quoted in the price bid if the contract is awarded in my / our favour.

Sl. Equipment Quoted Make and Model Remarks
1.

I / We undertake if our quotation is accepted, I / We will enter into contract to deliver the goods in accordance with the delivery schedule.  I / We agree to abide by this tender for the specified period.

I / We undertake to deposit Security Deposit amount in accordance with the terms and conditions of the tender if our offer is accepted.  I / We understand that you are not bound to accept the lowest or any quotations you may receive.  We undertake, if our tender is accepted, to deliver the goods in accordance with the delivery schedule specified in the Schedule of requirements.

If our tender is accepted, we will obtain DD towards performance security, a sum equivalent to 5 percent of the Contract Price for the due performance of the Contract, in the form prescribed by the Purchaser. We agree to abide by this tender for the Tender validity period specified in Clause 3.10.1 of the ITT and it shall remain binding upon us and may be accepted at any time before the expiration of that period.

Until a formal contract is prepared and executed, this tender, together with your written acceptance thereof and your notification of award, shall constitute a binding Contract between us. We undertake that, in competing for (and, if the award is made to us, in executing) the above contract, we will strictly observe the laws against fraud and corruption in force in India namely “Prevention of Corruption Act 1988”.

We understand that you are not bound to accept the lowest or any tender you may receive.

We clarify/confirm that we comply with the eligibility requirements as per ITT Clause 1.1 of the tender documents.

Date: Signature:
Place: Name:
Company Seal: Designation:

 

60. Price Schedule – For Supply, Installation and Commissioning of Equipments

[Price Schedule format is available in the e-portal as an inbuilt option. Tenderer shall fill up Price Bid Schedule on-line along with other requirements. The split up prices like Unit cost and sales tax shall be uploaded in the e-portal in separate columns provided.]

 

 

61. Price Schedule – Format VIII/B

[NOT APPLICABLE]

Comprehensive Maintenance and Repairs cost for Four Years after Warranty period of Three Years

(CMC price to be quoted as per clause 4 SCC) (Refer 3.2.3 &3.4.2)

Comprehensive Maintenance & Repair Cost for each unit after warranty period (in Rs.)
Sl. Equipment Quantity 4th Year 5th Year 6th Year 7th Year
1.
2.
3.

 

Date: Signature:
Place: Name:
Company Seal: Designation:

 

 

SECTION IX – DETAILS OF EARNEST MONEY DEPOSITED

 

From,

(Tenderer)..…………………….

………………………………….

…………………………………..

 

To,

The Additional Director,
Karnataka State Drug Logistic and Ware Housing Society (R),
No.1, Siddaiah Puranik Road,
KHB Colony, Magadi Road, Bangalore – 560 079

 

Sir,

  • We have deposited Earnest Money Deposit of Rs………………………… (Rupees………………………………………………… only) at approved bank by e-procurement to central pooling account of Government of Karnataka, the details of which are as follows:
    1. Bank & Branch ………………………….
    2. Method of remittance and its details ……………………
    3. DD for Rs.                          bearing no.                              of
  • We agree that the EMD may be forfeited by the purchaser if we:
    1. Withdraw our tender during the period of tender validity specified by us in the Tender Form (Section VIII);
    2. Do not accept the correction of the Tender Price Pursuant to Clause 5.3.3 of I.T.T
    3. Do not sign the Agreement within the specified time limit in case we are successful and notification of award has been communicated;
    4. Do not furnish the required Performance Security deposit as required ITT Clause 6.7.

 

Date: Signature:
Place: Name:
Company Seal: Designation:

 

 

SECTION X – CONTRACT FORM

THIS AGREEMENT made on the …….day of……………………………. (year) between…………………….. (Name of purchaser) of………….. (Country of Purchaser) (Hereinafter called “the Purchaser”) of the one part and………………… (Name of Supplier) of……………………. (City and Country of Supplier)  (Hereinafter called “the Supplier”) of the other part:

 

WHEREAS the Purchaser is desirous that certain Goods and ancillary services viz……………………… (Brief Description of Goods and Services) and has accepted a tender by the Supplier for the supply of those goods and services in the sum of………………………… (Contract Price in Words and Figure), hereinafter called “the Contract Price”.

 

NOW THIS AGREEMENT WITNESSETH AS FOLLOWS:

  • In this Agreement words and expressions shall have the same meanings as are respectively assigned to them in the Conditions of Contract referred to.
  • The following documents shall be deemed to form and be read and construed as part of this Agreement, viz:
    1. The Tender Form and the Price Schedule uploaded by the Tenderer;
    2. The Schedule of requirements;
    3. The Technical Specifications;
    4. The General Conditions of Contract;
    5. The Special Conditions of Contract; and
    6. The Purchaser’s Notification of Award.
  • In consideration of the payments to be made by the Purchaser to the Supplier as hereinafter mentioned, the Supplier hereby covenants with the Purchaser to provide the goods and services and to remedy defects therein in conformity in all respects with the provisions of the Contract.
  • The Purchaser hereby covenants to pay the Supplier in consideration of the provision of the goods and services and the remedying of defects therein, the Contract Price or such other sum as may become payable under the provisions of the Contract at the times and in the manner prescribed by the Contract.
  • Brief particulars of the goods and services which will be supplied/provided by the Supplier are as under:
Sl. Equipment / Services Quantity Unit Price Total Price Taxes, if any Grand Total Delivery Terms
1.
2.
Total        

Total Value Rs. __________/- (Rupees _________________ Only)

 

IN WITNESS whereof the parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be executed in accordance with their respective laws the day and year first above written.

 

Signed, Sealed and Delivered by the

 

Said……………………………………………..

(For the Purchaser)

 

In the presence of: ………………………

Signed, Sealed and Delivered by the

 

Said……………………………………………..

(For the Supplier)

 

In the presence of: ………………………

 

 

SECTION XI – PERFORMANCE SECURITY FORM

 

To,

THE ADDITIONAL DIRECTOR
Karnataka State Drug Logistics and ware Housing Society®
No1, Dr. Siddaiah Puranik Road, Magadi Road,
Bangalore-560079

 

WHEREAS…………………………………………………………. (Name of Supplier) hereinafter called “the Supplier” has undertaken, in pursuance of Contract No……………………….. dated,   /  /      to supply of ……………………………..(Description of Goods and Services) hereinafter called “the Contract”.

AND WHEREAS it has been stipulated by you in the said Contract that the Supplier shall furnish you with a Demand Draft as Performance Security by a recognized bank for the sum specified therein as security for compliance with the Supplier’s performance obligations in accordance with the Contract.

WE have hereby enclosed Demand Draft for total amount of…………………………….. ……(Amount of the Demand Draft Words and Figures) and we undertake to permit you to encash the Demand Draft on default under the Contract and without cavil or argument, without your needing to prove or to show grounds or reasons for your demand or the sum specified therein.

This Performance Security is valid until the ……..day of……………….(year) (Warranty period + CMC period + 60 days).

 

Date: Signature:
Place: Name:
Company Seal: Designation:
Address:

 

 

SECTION XI/A – COMPREHENSIVE MAINTENANCE SECURITY BANK GUARANTEE FORM

(To be stamped in accordance with Stamp Act if any, of the Country of the Issuing Bank)

Bank Guarantee No.: ……………………………….. Date: …/…. /……..

 

To:

…………………………………………………. (Name of the Purchaser)

Whereas………………………………….. (Name of the Purchaser) hereinafter called “the Supplier” has undertaken, in pursuance of contract No………………. dated…………. to supply…………………………………………………. (Description of Goods and Services) hereinafter called “the Contract”.

AND WHEREAS it has been stipulated by you in the said contract that the Supplier shall furnish you with a Bank Guarantee by a recognised Bank for the sum specified therein as security for compliance with the Supplier’s performance obligations under the contract for Annual Maintenance and Repairs (comprehensive) of the entire system including cost of spares after warranty period of 3 years for next four years. AND it has been agreed that the Supplier gives a Guarantee.

THEREFORE WE hereby affirm that we are Guarantors and responsible to you on behalf of the Supplier, up to a total of Rs…………………… (Amount of guarantee in words and figures) being 2.5% of the total cost of equipment and we undertake to pay you, upon your first written demand declaring the Supplier to be in default under the contract and without cavil or argument, any sum or sums within the limit of Rs ……. (Amount of guarantee) as aforesaid, without your needing to prove or to show grounds or reasons for your demand or the sum specified therein.

This guarantee is valid until …………… day of ……………..

 

Signature and Seal of Guarantors

……………………………

……………………………

Date: ………….

 

[Note: suppliers should ensure that seal and code no. Of the signatory is put by the bankers, before uploading of the bank guarantees.]

 

SECTION XII – PROFORMA FOR QUALIFICATION CRITERIA FOR THE MANUFACTURER TO THE EXTENT OF 80% IN ANY ONE OF THE LAST THREE FINANCIAL YEARS

 

IFT No. ______________________ Date: ___/___/______
Manufacturer Name: ___________________________________________________

 

Orders placed by (Full address of Purchaser) Order No and Date Description and Quantity of Goods ordered Value of Order Date of Completion of Delivery

As per contract/ Actual

Remarks indicating reasons for late  delivery, if any
1 2 3 4 5 6

 

Date: Signature:
Place: Name:
Company Seal: Designation:

 

Note:

  • To be furnished and signed by the Manufacturer, only for any one of the last 3 financial years.
  • Proof of 80% Performance shall be submitted in the form of Supply Order / Purchase Order / Invoice Copies. It should be uploaded along with the Performance Statement.
  • Performance of 80% shall be considered for similar type, size and complexity of equipment.

 

 

SECTION XII/A – PROFORMA FOR QUALIFICATION CRITERIA FOR THE AUTHORIZED AGENTS TO THE EXTENT OF 30% IN ANY ONE OF THE LAST THREE FINANCIAL YEARS

 

IFT No. ______________________ Date: ___/___/______
Manufacturer Name: ___________________________________________________

 

Orders placed by (Full address of Purchaser) Order No and Date Description and Quantity of Goods ordered Value of Order Date of Completion of Delivery

As per contract/ Actual

Remarks indicating reasons for late  delivery, if any Has the goods/ equipment been satisfactorily functioning.  (Attach End User Certificate from the Purchaser)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7

 

Date: Signature:
Place: Name:
Company Seal: Designation:

 

Note:

  • Proof of 30% Performance shall be submitted in the form of Supply Order / Purchase Order / Invoice Copies. It should be uploaded along with the Performance Statement.
  • Performance of 30% shall be considered for similar type, size and complexity of equipment.
  • End user Certificate shall be mandatory along with the proof of supply.
  • If the bidder is the sole distributor / supplier of the quoted equipment throughout the country / abroad, the performance of 80% and 30% may be considered in total (Should be supported with the manufacturer’s declaration as Sole Distributor)

 

SECTION XIII – MANUFACTURER’S AUTHORIZATION FORM

(Please see Clause 3.6.2.1 of ITT)

 

IFT No. ______________________ Date: ___/___/______

 

To,

The Additional Director
Karnataka State Drug Logistics and ware Housing Society®
No1, Dr. Siddaiah Puranik Road, Magadi Road,
Bangalore-560079

 

Dear Sir / Madam,

Ref:  IFT No.

We who are established and reputable manufacturers of (name and description of goods offered) having factories at (address of factory)do hereby authorize M/s (Name and address of Agent) to submit a tender, and sign the contract with you for the goods manufactured by us against the above IFT.

We hereby extend our full guarantee and warranty as per Clause 14 of the General Conditions of Contract for the goods and services offered for supply by the above firm against this IFT.

Yours faithfully,

 

 

(Name)

(Designation)

(Name of manufacturers)

 

Note:

  • This letter of authority should be on the letterhead of the manufacturer and should be signed by a person competent and having the power of attorney to legally bind the manufacturer.  It should be included by the Tenderer in its tender.
  • This letter of authority should be issued to only one agent irrespective of models for this particular IFT. If found that the letter of authority is issued to more than one firm, all the bids for which the authorizations are given will be considered Non-Responsive. [Refer 3.2.2.14 of ITT]

 

SECTION XIV – PROFORMA FOR EQUIPMENT AND QUALITY CONTROL EMPLOYED BY THE MANUFACTURER

[Refer 3.2.2.15 of ITT]

 

IFT No. ______________________ Date: ___/___/______

 

NAME OF THE TENDERER:…………………………………………………………………

(Note:  All details should relate to the manufacturer for the items offered for supply)

 

  • Name & full address of the Manufacturer
  • Contact Details
    1. Telephone & Fax No Office/Factory/Works
    2. Telex No. Office/Factory/Works
    3. Telegraphic address:
  • Location of the manufacturing factory.
  • Details of Industrial License, wherever required as per statutory regulations.
  • Details of important Plant & Machinery functioning in each dept. (Monographs & description pamphlets be supplied if available).
  • Details of the process of manufacture in the factory.
  • Details & stocks of raw materials held.
  • Production capacity of item(s) quoted for, with the existing Plant & Machinery
    1. Normal
    2. Maximum
  • Details of arrangement for quality control of products such as laboratory, testing equipment etc.
  • Details of staff:
    1. Details of technical supervisory staff in charge of production & quality control.
    2. Skilled labour employed.
    3. Unskilled labour employed.
    4. Maximum No. of workers (skilled & unskilled) employed on any day during the 18 months preceding the date of Tender.
  • Whether Goods are tested to any standard specification?  If so, copies of original test certificates should be uploaded in triplicate.
  • Is the Manufacturer registered with the Directorate General of Supplies and Disposals, New Delhi 110 001, India?  If so, furnish full particulars of registration, period of currency etc. with a copy of the certificate of registration.

 

Date: Manufacture’s Signature:
Place: Name:
Company Seal: Designation:

 

 

 

SECTION XV – PROOF OF SERVICE CENTRE IN KARNATAKA

 

IFT No. ______________________ Date: ___/___/______

 

To,

The Additional Director
Karnataka State Drug Logistics and ware Housing Society®
No1, Dr. Siddaiah Puranik Road, Magadi Road,
Bangalore-560079

 

Dear Sir,

The following are the details of our service centers in Karnataka State:

Sl. Service Center Address City Service Center Inception Date Landline Number Number of Engineers working
1.
2.
3.

 

Date: Signature:
Place: Name:
Company Seal: Designation:

 

 

SECTION XVI – DECLARATION FOR PERFORMANCE OF QUOTED MODEL

IFT No. ______________________ Date: ___/___/______

 

 

To,

The Additional Director
Karnataka State Drug Logistics and ware Housing Society®
No1, Dr. Siddaiah Puranik Road, Magadi Road,
Bangalore-560079

 

Dear Sir,

We who are established and reputable manufacturers of(name and description of goods offered) having factories at  (address of factory) do hereby declare that the quoted model_______________ is performing satisfactorily for the past 12 months.

 

Date: Manufacture’s Signature:
Place: Name:
Company Seal: Designation:

 

Note:

  • This letter of declaration should be on the letterhead of the manufacturer and should be signed by a person competent and having the power of attorney to legally bind the manufacturer. It should be included by the Tenderer in its tender.

 

 

 

 

ANNEXURE 1 – SALES TAX CLEARANCE CERTIFICATE

[Refer 3.2.2.5 of ITT]

 

This is to certify that M/s ………………………………………………………who is a registered dealer under VAT Act with regarding …………………………… having VAT TIN NO.…………………………& CST TIN NO. ………………………………has fixed Sales Tax return and tax cleared for the year____________ (previous financial year) and no dues are outstanding for the said period.

 

 

Signature & Seal of the Commercial Tax Authority

 

 

 

ANNEXURE II – ANNUAL TURNOVER STATEMENT

[Refer 3.2.2.6 of ITT]

 

The Annual Turnover of M/s.  ________________________________________

for the past three years are given below and certified that the statement is true and correct.

Sl. Financial Year Turnover (in Rs.)
1.
2.
3.

 

Date: Chartered Account’s Signature:
Place: Name:
Chartered Account’s Seal: Chartered Accountant’s Registration Number:

 

 

ANNEXURE III – FORMAT OF AFFIDAVIT

[To be submitted by bidder on Stamp Paper of Rs. 200/-]

[The affidavit shall be notarized]

 

AFFIDAVIT

 

This affidavit is executed by M/s. _________________________ on day ________, Year _____, for the tender of Karnataka State Drug Logistics and Warehousing Society, Bangalore for the tender __________________________ vide Reference No._________________________________.

We/I hereby declare and undertake on oath as follows:

  • We / I that all the documents, testimonials, certificates, etc., submitted by us for the above mentioned tender are all correct and genuine.
  • We / I declare that the Purchase Order, Invoices, Certifications, proof of payment, submitted by us as proof for 80% Performance Criteria and 30% Performance Criteria are correct and genuine.
  • We / I declare that our firm / company M/s. __________________ is not blacklisted or de-registered by any Government / Quasi Government / and other organization.
  • We / I declare that we / I will not supply End of Life and / or refurbished equipment / items.
  • We / I declare that the items quoted by us shall be in commercial production and support by the manufacturer for a period of Warranty and CMC as stated in the Tender.
  • We / I are aware that if one or more of the above declarations and undertakings are found to have been violated/breached, then We / I shall be blacklisted by Karnataka State Drug Logistics and Warehousing Society for the period of five years.

 

Identified by me:

Deponent

Advocate

Name: ____________________________

Title: _____________________________

Company: _________________________

Date: _____________________________

Place: ____________________________

 

ANNEXURE IV – BANK ACCOUNT DETAILS

 

The bidder shall provide all the information such as Bank Account details, valid email ids, and valid contact Number of the contact person on the letterhead of the bidder.

IFT No. ______________________ Date: ___/___/______

 

  • For RTGS
    1. Benefeciary Name:
    2. Benefeciary Bank and Branch:
    3. Address and Phone No. of Bank:
    4. Account No.:
    5. IFSC Code:

 

  • For Confirmation of transfer
    1. Name of the Contact Person
    2. Designation:
    3. Mobile Phone No.:
    4. Email id:

 

Date: Signature:
Place: Name:
Company Seal: Designation:

 

ANNEXURE V – CHECKLIST OF DOCUMENTS TO BE SUBMITTED BY BIDDERS

IMPORTANT NOTICE: The following checklist of documents should be submitted by the bidder in the tender. The following list is only an illustrative list and not the complete list of documents. Bidders may please note that, in case one or more documents as required in the tender document are not submitted in the tender, as per the format mentioned in the tender document and in clear & readable format, before the tender due date and time, then the tender submitted by the bidder shall be liable for outright rejection. The purchaser shall not accept any document which have not been uploaded before the tender due date and time. Therefore, the bidders are requested to read the tender document carefully and submit/upload the complete list of documents as required in the tender document.

 

IFT No. ______________________ Date: ___/___/______

 

Sl. Details Submitted
(Yes / No)
1. Earnest Money Deposit (EMD)
2. Details of Earnest Money Deposited as per proforma given in Section-IX
3. VAT Registration Certificate with Commodity List
4. Sales tax / VAT clearance certificate of previous Financial Year as per Annexure-I
5. Annual Turnover for the past three financial year as per Annexure-II
6. Balance Sheet for the past three financial years
7. Profit and Loss account statement for the past three financial years
8. Certificate of Incorporation of the bidder
9. Tender offer form as per proforma given in Section-VIII
10. Affidavit as per Annexure-III
11. Service centre details established in Karnataka
12. Import License (if quoted for imported goods)
13. Manufacturing License
14. Manufacturer’s Authorization as per proforma given in Section-XIII
15. 80% Performance Statement to be submitted by the Manufacturer as per proforma given in Section-XII
16. Proof of 80% performance (Supply orders / invoice copies) to be submitted by the Manufacturer
17. 30% Performance statement to be submitted by dealer / authorized agent as per proforma given in Section-XII A
18. Proof of 30% performance (Supply orders / invoice copies) to be submitted by dealer / authorized agent
19. End user certificate to be submitted by bidder.
20. Equipment & Quality control certificate as per proforma given in Section- XIV
21. Technical literatures of the quoted model
22. Technical Compliance statements
23. Standard certificates like ISO, ISI, CE, FDA, etc., or any other certificates required as per the tender document
24. Declaration for performance of quoted model as per proforma given in Section-XVI
25. Any other documents as mentioned in tender document

 

Date: Signature:
Place: Name:
Company Seal: Designation:

 

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