INVITATION FOR QUOTATION

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INVITATION FOR QUOTATION


TEQIP
-
II/2013/KL1G11/Direct Contract/65





12
-
Apr
-
2013


To
,





Sub: I
nvitation

for

Q
uotations

for

supply

of Goods



Dear Sir,

1.

You are invited to submit your most competitive quotation for the following
goods

with
item wise detailed specifications given at Annexure I
,


Sr.
No

Brief Description

Quantity

Delivery
Period(In
days)

Place of Delivery

Installation
Requirement (if
any)

1

CIVIL ENGINEERING

52

30

COLLGE OF
ENGINEERING
VADAKARA

NA

2

COMPUTER
SCIENCE
ENGINEERING

50

30

COLLEGE OF
ENGINEERING
VADAKARA

NA

3

ELECTRICAL AND
ELECTRONICS
ENGINEERING

59

30

COLLEGE OF
ENGINEERING
VADAKARA

NA



2.

Government of India has received a credit from the International Development Association
(IDA) towards the cost of the
Technical Education Quality Improvement
Programme[TEQIP]
-
Phase II

Project and intends to apply part of the proceeds of this credit
to eli
gible payments under the contract for which this invitation for quotations is issued.

3.

Quotation
,

3.1

The contract shall be for the full quantity as described above.

3.2

Corrections, if any, shall be made by crossing out, initialing, dating and re writing.

3.3

All dut
ies and other levies payable by the supplier under the contract shall be included
in the unit price.

3.4

Applicable taxes shall be quoted separately for all items.

3.5

The
prices
quoted by the bidder shall be fixed for the duration of the contract and
shall not be

subject to adjustment on any account.

3.6

The Prices should be quoted in Indian Rupees only.

4.

Each
bidder

shall submit only one quotation.

5.

Quotation shall remain valid for a period not less than
30

days after the
last

date
of

quotation
submission.

6.

Evaluation
of Quotations
,

The Purchaser will evaluate and compare the quotations determined to be substantially
responsive i.e. which

6.1

are properly signed ; and

6.2

confirm to the terms and conditions, and specifications.

7.

The Quotat
ions would be evaluated for all
item
s

to
gether.

8.

Award of contract
:

The Purchaser will award the contract to the bidder whose quotation has been determined
to be substantially responsive and who has offered the lowest evaluated quotation price
.

8.1

Notwithstanding the above, the Purchaser reserves t
he right to accept or reject any
quotations and to cancel the bidding process

and reject all quotations at any time
prior to the award of contract.

8.2

The bidder whose bid is accepted will be notified of the award of contract by the
Purchaser prior to
expiration of the quotation validity period. The terms of the
accepted offer shall be incorporated in the purchase order.

9.

Payment shall be

made in Indian Rupees as fol
l
ows
:

On Completion
-

100% of total cost



10.

All supplied items are under
warranty of
60

months

from the date of
successful acceptance
of items.

11.

You are requested to provide your offer latest by

03:00

hours on
20
-
Apr
-
2013 .

12.

Detailed specifications of the items are at Annexure I.

13.

Training Clause (if any)
NA

14.

Testing/Installation Clause (if any)
NA

15.

Information brochures/ Product catalogue, if any must be accompanied with the quotation
clearly indicating the model quoted for.

16.

Sealed quotation to be submitted/ delivered at the address mentioned below,

Co
-
operative Institute of Technology,
Mandarathur (Po), Vadakara Kozhikode, Kerala 673105

17.
We look forward to receiving your quotation and thank you for your interest in this project.



(
Authorized Signatory
)

Name

& Designation


Annexure I


Sr.
No

Item Name

Specifications

1

CIVIL
ENGINEERING

Construction Innovation and Process Improvement Sustainable
Refurbishment Social Network Analysis in Construction The Historic
Urban Landscape
-

Managing Heritagein an Urban Century
Performance Based Building Design 1
-

From Below Grade
Constru
ction to Cavity Walls An Introduction to Fire Dynamics 3e
Modelling Transport 4e Making Sense of Construction Interior
Finishes for Historic Building Conservation Building Surveys and
Reports 4e Facilities Change Management Steel Structures
-

Design
using
FEM Design of Plated Structures
-

Eurocode 3: Designof Steel
Structures. Part 1
-
5 Design of Plated Structures Fatigue Design of
Steel and Composite Structures
-

Eurocode 3: Design of Steel
Structures. Part 1
-

9 Fatigue. Eurocode 4: Design of Composite Ste
el
Guide to LEED 2009 Estimating and Preconstruction Strategies
Design Contribution to Health and Safety Management Guide to
Good Practice in the Management of Timein Complex Projects
Applied Building Physics
-

Boundary Conditions, Building
Performance and

Material Properties Design of Steel Structures
-

Eurocode 3: Design ofsteel structures. Principles of Fire Risk
Assessment in Buildings A Pocket Guide to Business for Engineers
and Surveyors Building Information Modeling: A Strategic
Implementation Guide
for Architects, Engineers, Constructors, and
Real Estate Asset Managers Geotechnical Laboratory Measurements
for Engineers Facilities Management Pocket Sustainable Design: The
Science of Sustainabilityand Green Engineering The AGC Contractor's
Guide to Gr
een Building Construction: Management, Project
Delivery, Documentation, and Risk Reduction Smith, Currie &
Hancock's Federal Government Construction Contracts: A Practical
Guide for the Industry Professional Heathrow's Terminal 5
-

History
in the Making
CDM Regulations Procedures Manual 3e Building
Physics
-

Heat, Air and Moisture Fundamentals and Engineering
Methods with Examplesand Exercises Security Risk Assessment and
Management: A Professional Practice Guide for Protecting Buildings
and Infrastruct
ures Building Maintenance Management 2e Goss's
Roofing Ready Reckoner
-

Metric Cutting and Sizing Tables for
Timber Roof Members 4e Sustainable Practice for the Facilities
Manager Socially Responsible Engineering: Justice in Risk
Management, Online Version

Timber Designers' Manual 3e Value
and Risk Management
-

a Guide to Best Practice Understanding the
Construction Client Loft Conversions Roof Construction and Loft
Conversion 4e Building Surveys and Reports 3e Construction
Partnering & Integrated Teamworki
ng Whole Life Appraisal for
Construction Flood Damaged Property Sound Control in Buildings: A
Guide to Part E of The Building Regulations Value Management of
Construction Projects Profitable Partnering for Lean Construction
Energy Conservation in Buildings

-

A Guide to Part L of the Building
Regulations Code of Practice for Project Management for
Construction and Development 3e Strategic Management in
Construction 2e Roofing Ready Reckoner
-

Metric and Imperial
Dimensions for Timber Roofs of any Span and Pi
tch3e Revised In
Our Backyard: A Guide to Understanding Pollution and Its Effects

2

COMPUTER
SCIENCE
ENGINEERING

Advanced Internet Protocols, Services, and Applications Practical
Database Programming with Visual Basic.N ET, Second Edition
Algorithms and
Parallel Computing Model
-
based Visual Tracking: the
OpenTL Framework Data Mining: Concepts, Models, Methods, and
Algorithms, Second Edition Practical Database Programming with
Java Convert! Designing Web Sites to Increase Traffic and Conversion
Java For Du
mmies(R), 5th Edition Compiler Construction Using Java,
JavaCC, and Yacc Objective
-
C Information Security: Principles and
Practice, Second Edition Principles of Object
-
Oriented Modeling and
Simulation with Modelica 2.1 OBook Practical Database
Programming
With Visual C#.NET Data Mining for Genomics and
Proteomics: Analysisof Gene and Protein Expression Data Gender
Codes: Why Women Are Leaving Computing IP Address
Management: Principles and Practice Design for Reliability:
Information and Computer
-

Based Sys
tems Security 2020: Reduce
Security Risks This Decade Windows Server 2008 R2 Administration
Instant Reference HTML, XHTML & CSS For Dummies, 7th Edition
Perl and Apache: Your visual blueprint for developing dynamic Web
content Microsoft Exchange Server 201
0 Administration Instant
Reference Excel Dashboards & Reports Blogging For Dummies, 3rd
Edition Office 2010 Just the Steps For Dummies John Walkenbach's
Favorite Excel 2010 Tips & Tricks Excel VBA Programming For
Dummies, 2nd Edition OSx86: Creating a Hack
intosh Flash Catalyst
CS5 Bible Android Fully Loaded Twitter Tips, Tricks, and Tweets, 2nd
Edition Too Soon to Tell: Essays for the End of the Computer
Revolution Software Performance and Scalability: A Quantitative
Approach Practical System Reliability Mo
nitoring Exchange Server
2007 with System Center Operations Manager C++ For Dummies(r),
6th Edition SQL Server 2008 Administration Instant Reference
Windows 7 Just the Steps For Dummies(r) ActionScript: Your visual
blueprint for creating interactive projec
ts in Flash CS4 Professional
Transverse Information Systems How Societies Embrace Information
Technology: Lessons for Management and the Rest of Us Domain
-
Specific Modeling Digital Photography For Dummies(r), 6th Edition
Data Mining the Web: Uncovering Pat
terns in Web Content,
Structure, and Usage Network Security: Current Status and Future
Directions A Course on Analysis of Communication Networks Looking
Back and Going Forward in IT Modern Multithreading:
Implementing, Testing, and Debugging Multithreaded
Java and
C++/Pthreads/Win32 Programs Information Security: Principles and
Practice (Online Version) Arithmetic and Logic in Computer Systems,
Online Version

3

ELECTRICAL AND
ELECTRONICS
ENGINEERING

Semantic Web and Model
-
Driven Engineering Solving Enterp
rise
Applications Performance Puzzles: Queuing Models to the Rescue
802.1aq Shortest Path Bridging Design and Evolution: The Architect's
Perspective VoIP and Unified Communications: Internet Telephony
and the Future Voice Network OLED displays fundamentals

and
applications Case Study Research in Software Engineering:
Guidelines and Examples Mastering System Identification in 100
Exercises The ComSoc Guide to Passive Optical Networks: Enhancing
the Last Mile Access Linear and Nonlinear Video and TV Applicati
ons:
Using IPv6 and IPv6 Multicast Mobile Video with Mobile IPv6 Time to
Shine: Applications of Solar Energy Technology Guide to the IET
Wiring Regulations
-

17th Edition IET Wiring Regulations (BS
7671:2008 incorporating Amendment No. 1:2011) 2e A Guide
to the
Wireless Engineering Body of Knowledge (WEBOK), Second Edition
The Dark Side of Software Engineering: Evil on Computing Projects
MPLS
-
Enabled Applications
-

Emerging Developmentsand New
Technologies 3e Computer System Design: System
-
on
-
Chip An
Intro
duction to Network Modeling and Simulation for the Practicing
Engineer Wireless Dictionary Wireless Communication Standards:
802.11, 802.15, 802.16 Wireless Multimedia: A Guide to the IEEE
802.15.3 Standard Wireless Man: Inside the IEEE 802.16 Standard for

Wireless Metropolitan Networks Wireless Local Area Networks
Quality of Service: An Engineering Perspective Global Software and
IT: A Guide to Distributed Development, Projects, and Outsourcing
Lasers
-

The Power and Precision of Light Software Metrics and

Software Metrology WiMAX Technology and Network Evolution
ComSoc Guide to Managing Telecommunications Projects Network
Mergers and Migrations
-

Junos Design and Implementation Short
Message Service (SMS)
-

The Creation of Personal Global Text
Messaging El
ectricity from Sunlight
-

An Introduction to
Photovoltaics A Guide to Success for Technical Managers:
Supervising in Research, Development, & Fuzzy Logic with
Engineering Applications 3e Electric Power Principles
-

Sources,
Conversion, Distribution and Use

Electrical Installation Calculations
-

for Compliance with BS 7671
-

2008 4e Dawn of the Electronic Age:
Electrical Technologies in the Shaping of the Modern World, 1914 to
1945 Wireless Engineering Body of Knowledge (WEBOK) The ComSoc
Guide to Next Gene
ration Optical Transport: SDH/SONET/OTN
Deploying IPv6 in Broadband Acess Networks The Six Immutable
Laws of Mobile Business Information Processing by Biochemical
Systems: Neural Network
-
Type Configurations Femtocells
-

Opportunities and Challenges for Bus
iness and Technology
Introductory Circuts Why IPTV ? Interactivity, Technologies and
Services Triple Play
-

Building the Converged Network for IP, VoIP
and IPTV Business Models for Sustainable Telecoms Growth in
Developing Economies Convergence
-

User Expe
ctations,
Communications Enablers and Business Opportunities Guide to the
Wiring Regulations
-

17th Edition IEE Wiring Regulations ( BS 7671 ;
2008) Programming Mobile Devices
-

An Introduction for
Practitioners How To Prepare Defense
-
Related Scientific an
dhnical
Reports Electric Power System Basics for the Nonelectrical
Professional Crystal Clear:ations Technology in World War II Mobile
Media and Applications, From Concept to Cash
-

Successful Service
Creation and Launch +WS Tele
-
Visionaires: The People B
ehind the
Inventionof Television Managing Complex Systems: Thinking Outside
the Box (Online Version) Fiber to the Home: the New Empowerment
Telecosmos: The Next Great Telecom Revolution Electrical
Installation Designs 3e Understanding Telecommunications an
d
Lightwave Systems: An Entry
-
Level Guide, Third Edition The Cellular
Connection, Fourth Edition: A Guide to Cellular Telephones



FORMAT FOR QUOTATION SUBMISSION

(In letterhead of the supplier with seal)

Date: _______________

To:






____________________________

____________________________


Sl.
No.

Description of
goods (with full
Specifications)

Qty.

Unit

Quoted Unit rate in Rs.

(Includin
g

Ex Factory price, excise duty, packing and
forwarding, transportation, insurance, other local
costs incidental to delivery and warranty/ guaranty
commitments)

Total Price


(A)

Sales tax and other
taxes payable

In

%

In figures

(B)









Total
Cost





Gross Total
C
ost

(A+B)
: Rs
. ________________


We agree to supply the above goods in accordance with the technical specifications for a total contract price of Rs.
————————

(Amount in
figures) (Rupees
————————
amount in words) within the period
specified in the Invitation for Quotations.


We
confirm that the normal commercial warranty/ guarantee of
———————

months shall apply to the offered
items and we also confirm to
agree with terms and conditions as mentioned in the Invitation Letter
.



We her
eby certify that we have taken steps to ensure that no person acting for us or on our behalf will engage in bribery.


Signature of Supplier

Name: __________________

Address: __________________

Contact No
:
______________