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GOVT. OF HARYANA
HARYANA PUBLIC WORKS (B&R) DEPARTMENT
STANDARD BIDDING DOCUMENT
PART 1: COMPLETE BIDDING DOCUMENT
Name of work: DNIT FOR CONSTRUCTION ------------------------
DNIT Amount: Rs. ------------------- Lacs
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Name of Contents Page No.
INVITATION FOR BIDS
i Press Notice 3
ii Detailed Notice Inviting Tender 4-7
iii Conditions of E-Tendering 8-11
i Instructions to Bidders (ITB) 12-31
Qualification information 32-38
Conditions of Contract 39-57
Contract Data 58-65
Technical specification (Civil. P.H. & E.I. works) 66-81
Form of bids 82-83
Bill of quantities 84-86
i Schedule of Civil works
ii Schedule of E.I. works
iii Schedule of P.H. works
Securities and other forms 87-96
I Additional conditions 98-106
II Contractor(s) labour Regulation (CH.7) 107-109
III Fair wages Clauses (CH.8) 110
IV Rules for Protection of Health & Sanitary Arrangement (CH.-9) 111-114
V Explanatory Notes 115-116
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HARYANA PW(B&R) DEPARTMENT
Notice Inviting Tender
No. /PWD Dated __________
The Governor of Haryana invite the bids from eligible bidders online in the website:
https://haryanaeprocurement.gov.in for the work detailed in the table.
Name of Work:
DNIT FOR CONSTRUCTION OF ----------------------
(i) From Contractor = Rs.-------------------- (ii) From L&C Society = Rs.--------------/- ------------- months
Tenders to be received till: 17.00 hours on dated 19.02.2015
(i) The tenders will be received only through E-tendering for further details visit website https://haryanaeprocurement.gov.in or haryanapwd-bandr.org
(ii) Cost of Bid document (to be paid only online) is Rs. /- (non refundable) for each bid.
(iii) E-service fee Rs. 1000/- required to be filled/provided at the time of online bid preparation ( hash submission ) stage.
For and on behalf of Governor of Haryana
Provincial Division, Hr.
PW (B&R), Deptt. -----------
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DETAIL NOTICE INVITING TENDER
The Governor of Haryana invites the bids from eligible bidders though online bids in the website
https://haryanaeprocurement.gov.in for the work detailed in the table.
Date and time
The Bidders can download the tender documents from the Portal:
https://haryanaeprocurement.gov.in. Earnest Money Deposit and Tender document Fee have to
be deposited through Demand Drafts in favor of XXXXXXXXXX.
Willing Contractors shall have to pay the e- Service Fees of Rs.1000/- in form of Demand Draft
in favor of Society for IT initiative fund for e - Governance payable at
Chandigarh. However, the details of the EMD, Tender document Fee & E Service Fee
are required to be filled/ provided scan copies at the time of online Bid Preparation Stage;
the Bidders are required to keep the EMD, Tender document fee & E- Service fee details
The contractual Agencies can submit their tender documents as per the dated mentioned in the
key dates below:-
Sr. no. PWD B&R Stage Contactor Stage Start Date and
Expiry Date and
1 - Tender Document
2 - Manual submission of
EMD and E-
Service fee etc.
3 Technical Opening -
5 Opening of
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1) The bidders have to complete Bid Preparation & Submission stage on scheduled time as mentioned above. If any bidder failed to complete his/her aforesaid stage in the stipulated
online time schedule for this stage, his/her bid status will be considered as bids not
2) Bidder must confirm & check his/her bid status after completion of his/her all activities for e-bidding.
3) Bidder can rework on his/her bids even after completion of Bid Preparation & submission stage (Bidder Stage), subject to the condition that the rework must take place during the
stipulated time frame of the Bidder Stage.
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Instructions to bidder on Electronic Tendering System
These conditions will over-rule the conditions stated in the tender documents, wherever
relevant and applicable.
1. Registration of bidders on eProcurement Portal:-
All the bidders intending to participate in the tenders processed online are required to get
registered on the centralized e - Procurement Portal i.e.
https://haryanaeprocurement.gov.in. Please visit the website for more details.
2. Obtaining a Digital Certificate:
2.1 The Bids submitted online should be encrypted and signed electronically with a
Digital Certificate to establish the identity of the bidder bidding online. These Digital
Certificates are issued by an Approved Certifying Authority, by the Controller of
Certifying Authorities, Government of India.
2.2 A Digital Certificate is issued upon receipt of mandatory identity (i.e. Applicants
PAN Card) and Address proofs and verification form duly attested by the Bank Manager /
Post Master / Gazetted Officer. Only upon the receipt of the required documents, a digital
certificate can be issued. For more details please visit the website
2.3 The bidders may obtain Class-II or III digital signature certificate from any Certifying
Authority or Sub-certifying Authority authorized by the Controller of Certifying
Authorities or may obtain information and application format and documents required for
the issue of digital certificate from:
M/s Nextenders (India) Pvt. Ltd.
O/o. DS&D Haryana,
SCO 09, IInd Floor,
E - mail: Chandigarh@nextenders.com
Help Desk: 1800-180-2097 (Toll Free Number)
2.4 Bid for a particular tender must be submitted online using the digital certificate
(Encryption & Signing), which is used to encrypt and sign the data during the stage of bid
preparation. In case, during the process of a particular tender, the user loses his digital
certificate (due to virus attack, hardware problem, operating system or any other problem)
he will not be able to submit the bid online. Hence, the users are advised to keep a
backup of the certificate and also keep the copies at safe place under proper security (for
its use in case of emergencies).
2.5 In case of online tendering, if the digital certificate issued to the authorized user of
a firm is used for signing and submitting a bid, it will be considered equivalent to a no-
objection certificate/power of attorney /lawful authorization to that User. The firm has to
authorize a specific individual through an authorization certificate signed by all partners
to use the digital certificate as per Indian Information Technology Act 2000. Unless the
certificates are revoked, it will be assumed to represent adequate authority of the user to
bid on behalf of the firm in the department tenders as per Information Technology Act
2000. The digital signature of this authorized user will be binding on the firm.
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2.6 In case of any change in the authorization, it shall be the responsibility of
management / partners of the firm to inform the certifying authority about the change and
to obtain the digital signatures of the new person / user on behalf of the firm / company.
The procedure for application of a digital certificate however will remain the same for the
2.7 The same procedure holds true for the authorized users in a private/Public limited
company. In this case, the authorization certificate will have to be signed by the directors
of the company.
3 Opening of an Electronic Payment Account:
For purchasing the tender documents online, bidders are required to pay the tender