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Sl.No. DESCRIPTION No. <strong>of</strong> Pages Page Nos<br />

1. INVITATION OF TENDER ---- 2 2 - 3<br />


• SPECIAL CONDITIONS ---- 1 5<br />




---- 5 7 - 11<br />

• INVITATION OF TWO PART TENDERS ---- 4 12 - 15<br />


• FORM OF TENDER ---- 1 17<br />

• FORM OF AGGREMENT ---- 1 18<br />


• SCOPE OF CONTRACT ---- 14 21 - 34<br />

• VALUATION AND PAYMENT ---- 4 35 - 38<br />



---- 3 39 - 41<br />



4. SPECIFICATIONS FOR CIVIL WORKS ---- 10 59 - 67<br />

5. SPECIFICATIONS FOR STEEL WORK ---- 6 68 - 73<br />

6. SPECIFICATIONS FOR RCC WORK ---- 9 74 - 81<br />







---- 2 97 - 98<br />


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ESD/ECIL/ECIL P.O. /HYD - 500062<br />

TENDER NOTICE NO.HEAD:038:2010<br />

Sealed 2 part tenders are invited from the Registered Contractors with adequate capability for the<br />

following works:<br />

S/N Name <strong>of</strong> the work Estimated<br />

Cost<br />

1. Civil works :<br />

a) Construction <strong>of</strong> Cement godown for<br />

ESD stores in ECIL.<br />

Rs.13.75 Lakhs<br />

Earnest Money<br />

Deposit<br />

Rs.19,062/-<br />

Cost <strong>of</strong><br />

Tender<br />

document<br />

Rs.560/-<br />

Period <strong>of</strong><br />

Completion<br />

4 Months<br />

b) Painting works to external walls<br />

and structural members for all<br />

<strong>division</strong>s in ECIL.<br />

Rs.49.50 Lakhs<br />

Rs.63,750/-<br />

Rs.560/-<br />

9 Months<br />

c) Annual Maintenance contract for<br />

Operation <strong>of</strong> water supply functions<br />

Rs.8.20 Lakhs<br />

Rs.12,150/-<br />

Rs.560/-<br />

12 Months<br />

d) Construction <strong>of</strong> Test room in<br />

RID bldg., in ECIL<br />

Rs.6.61 Lakhs<br />

Rs.10,135/-<br />

Rs.560/-<br />

3 Months<br />

e) Civil works at AECS-III training<br />

center in ECIL<br />

Rs.7.65 Lakhs<br />

Rs.11,435/-<br />

Rs.560/-<br />

4 Months<br />

2. Interior Works:<br />

a) Aluminium doors, windows,<br />

ventilators and falseceiling works at<br />

AECS-III training center.<br />

b) Supply and fixing Vitrified tiles<br />

flooring at AECS-III training center.<br />

Rs.5.85 Lakhs<br />

Rs.9.00 Lakhs<br />

Rs.9,185/-<br />

Rs.13,125/-<br />

Rs.560/-<br />

Rs.560/-<br />

2 Months<br />

2 Months<br />

3. Electrical works :<br />

a) Annual maintenance contract for<br />

operation and maintenance <strong>of</strong><br />

electrical sub-stations.<br />

Rs.11.50 Lakhs<br />

Rs.16,250/-<br />

Rs.560/-<br />

12 Months<br />

b) Supply and Installation <strong>of</strong><br />

maintenance free earthing system<br />

for Electrical Sub-stations <strong>of</strong> ECIL.<br />

Rs.7.50 Lakhs<br />

Rs.11,250/-<br />

Rs.560/-<br />

3 Months<br />

c) Supply & Installation <strong>of</strong><br />

maintenance free earthing system<br />

for EMI / EMC & CATF projects in<br />

ECIL.<br />

Rs.13.50 Lakhs<br />

Rs.18,750/-<br />

Rs.560/-<br />

2 Months<br />

d) Providing power and lighting in<br />

south east area, Ground floor <strong>of</strong><br />

CND bldg., in ECIL.<br />

Rs.11.25 Lakhs<br />

Rs.15,935/-<br />

Rs.560/-<br />

3 Months<br />

e) Providing power and lighting for<br />

AECS-III training center in ECIL.<br />

Rs.18.18 Lakhs<br />

Rs.24,600/-<br />

Rs.560/-<br />

3 Months<br />

3. Contractors should submit their bids in two parts, Technical and Commercial in two separate sealed covers<br />

and both the sealed covers should be kept in another sealed cover.<br />

4. Contractors may quote for one or more works depending on their eligibility specified in Point No.7.<br />

5. The Cost <strong>of</strong> tender document <strong>of</strong> Rs.560/- each shall have to be paid only by crossed Demand Draft in favour<br />

<strong>of</strong> Accounts Officer, ECIL, Hyderabad, endorsed in sealed Technical bid without which the tender will be<br />

rejected. The demand draft for tender cost is not refundable.

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6. Tender shall be accompanied by a demand draft or Bank Guarantee as Earnest Money Deposit for each work<br />

drawn on SBI or any other Scheduled bank in favour <strong>of</strong> Accounts Officer, ECIL, Hyderabad. No exemption for<br />

non-submission <strong>of</strong> EMD will be allowed on any account without which the tender will be rejected.<br />

7. Contractors who have executed similar works with commensurate value <strong>of</strong> Estimated cost mentioned above<br />

for each work for 1)CIVIL - a, b, c, d & e 2) INTERIOR – a & b 3) ELECTRICAL - a, b, c, d & e in a single<br />

contract in one calendar year only shall be considered. The intending contractors shall have to produce copies<br />

<strong>of</strong> the latest Income Tax Clearance Certificate, Pan Card and documentary evidence to prove their capacity<br />

for doing such type <strong>of</strong> works without which their Tender will be rejected.<br />

8. Tenders in sealed covers marked with the name <strong>of</strong> the work as shown above will be received by undersigned<br />

up to 11.00 Hrs on17.09.2010 for Civil works, 18.09.2010 for Interior works and 20.09.2010 for Electrical works at ECIL,<br />

Hyderabad. All the sealed covers will be opened in the presence <strong>of</strong> all contractors / representatives. Sealed<br />

Technical bid will be opened to check the availability <strong>of</strong> DD for EMD and DD for cost <strong>of</strong> tender document as<br />

part <strong>of</strong> Technical bid without which the tender shall be rejected. Contractors will be called individually to<br />

scrutinize the technical bid for clarifications and eligibility to ascertain the Technical competence. Sealed<br />

Commercial bids and EMD will be returned to the contractor whose Technical bid is rejected. Those who<br />

qualify in Technical bid will be asked to be present at 15:00 Hrs for the opening <strong>of</strong> Commercial bid to identify<br />

L1.<br />

9. Details <strong>of</strong> Tender documents and Schedule <strong>of</strong> work can be downloaded from our website www.ecil.co.in and<br />

www.tenders.gov.in.<br />

10. Relevant pages <strong>of</strong> the tender documents should be signed and kept in Sealed Technical bid.<br />

11. The undersigned reserves the right to reject any or all tenders or accept without assigning any reasons.<br />

HEAD<br />


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Tender Documents & Specifications<br />

Tender Notice No ……………………………….<br />

………………………………………………………………………….<br />

………………………………………………………………………….<br />


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01. Any material brought for using on the work has to be documented by ECIL security and obtain<br />

the declaration forms from them indicating the work order number, quantity <strong>of</strong> all the material brought in<br />

for the entire work during the period <strong>of</strong> execution. Such declaration forms are required to be enclosed to<br />

the bills / handed over to the Engineer In-Charge for preparation <strong>of</strong> bills in the absence <strong>of</strong> which it may<br />

not be possible to release the payments.<br />

02. The PF & ESI contributions for the labour engaged on the work has to be borne by the<br />

contractor at 12% and 4.75% respectively on the wages paid to the labourers.<br />

03. The wages for labour shall be paid not less than the approved departmental rate<br />

communicated periodically in front <strong>of</strong> the Engineer In-Charge <strong>of</strong> the work.<br />

04. The contractor shall maintain the wage register and PF & ESI records at site <strong>of</strong> work and<br />

produce the same for inspection at any time. The register should contain the name and details <strong>of</strong> all<br />

labour engaged on the work along with their PF & ESI numbers.<br />

05. The contractor shall take all safety precautions required for this job and shall ensure the work<br />

as per statutory requirements for the required amount.<br />

06. The contractor should have the required labour license to do the works in ECIL and also<br />

require engaging the man power who has police verification.<br />

07. In case <strong>of</strong> any ambiguity regarding any condition between general conditions and special<br />

conditions, more stringent / beneficial to the department will prevail.<br />

NOTE : The contractor has ensure registration with the authorities under The Building and other<br />

construction worker's (Regulation <strong>of</strong> employment and conditions <strong>of</strong> Service)Act, 1996 which is enclosed<br />

herewith for submission <strong>of</strong> returns and for assessment <strong>of</strong> cess in order to levy <strong>of</strong> taxes and the payment


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1. The contractor shall at all times keep his work area clean<br />

2. Display warning signs, caution boards in his work area.<br />

3. The contractor shall comply with the instructions given by the Safety <strong>of</strong>ficer.<br />

4. Before carrying out the work in Radiography area, he has to follow the instructions <strong>of</strong><br />

Radiological Safety <strong>of</strong>ficer.<br />

5. Inform all accidents/Fire immediately to the In-charge <strong>of</strong> the work.<br />

6. Use ladders for safe access to work at height.<br />

7. Use safety belts while working in height.<br />

8. The contractor shall take prior permission from electrical department to carry out any<br />

excavation work or to work on electrical equipment or on electrical lines (Work Permit<br />

System).<br />

9. Contractor shall provide necessary Personal protective equipment (like Safety helmets,<br />

electrical gloves, Safety shoes, welding screens, Gum boots etc.,) to their workmen.<br />

10. Only men above the age <strong>of</strong> 18 years shall be employed in paint shops.<br />

11. "SMOKING - STRICTLY PROHIBITED" in paint shops/paint storage areas.<br />

12. Employ qualified & authorized welders for welding & gas cutting.<br />

13. Maintain welding cables and gas hoses in good condition.<br />

14. Do not route the welding cables across the passages.<br />

15. Keep wheel guards in position for all portable grinders.<br />

16. The contractor shall have licensed electrical staff at site.<br />

17. All three phase equipment shall be provided with double earthing.<br />

18. Use insulated hand tools to work to work on Electric lines/equipment.<br />

19. Before carrying any work on electrical installations/equipment, de-energize the circuit and<br />

confirm the line is dead by using and approved voltage testing device.<br />

20. When two persons are working within reach <strong>of</strong> each other, they shall never work on different<br />

phases <strong>of</strong> the supply.<br />

21. While tapping electricity from the socket, plug top must be used. Use only standard three<br />

pin plugs. Broken sockets/plugs shall be replaced immediately with good ones.<br />

22. Un authorized tapping <strong>of</strong> power is prohibited.<br />

23. Do not use Switch Boards as storage area.<br />

24. "MEN ON LINE", "DONOT SWITCH ON", "DANGER" OR CAUTION" or board as applicable<br />

shall be used during maintenance works on the electrical equipment. The contractor shall be<br />

held responsible for violation <strong>of</strong> safety measures. I shall follow and abide by above<br />


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WELFARE CESS ACT, 1996<br />

(Act No. 28 <strong>of</strong> 1996, dt.19.08.1996)<br />

An Act to provide for the levy and collection <strong>of</strong> a cess on the cost <strong>of</strong> construction incurred by employers<br />

with a view to augmenting the resources <strong>of</strong> the Building and Other Construction Workers' Welfare<br />

Boards constituted under the Building and Other Construction Workers (Regulation <strong>of</strong> Employment and<br />

Conditions <strong>of</strong> Service) Act, 1996.<br />

Belt enacted by Parliament in the Forty-Seventh Years <strong>of</strong> the Republic <strong>of</strong> India as follows:<br />

01. Short title, extent and commencement:<br />

(1) This Act may be called the Building and other Construction Workers' Welfare Cess Act,<br />

1996. It is extends to the whole <strong>of</strong> India.<br />

(2) It shall be deemed to have come into force on the 3rd day <strong>of</strong> November, 1995.<br />

02. Definitions:<br />

In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires,<br />

(a) "Board" means a Building and other Construction Workers Welfare Board constituted by a<br />

State Government under sub-sec.(1) <strong>of</strong> sec.18 <strong>of</strong> the Building and other Construction<br />

Workers(Regulation <strong>of</strong> Employment and Conditions <strong>of</strong> service) Act,1996.<br />

(b) "Fund" means the Building and other Construction Workers' Welfare Fund a constituted by a<br />

Board.<br />

(c) "Prescribed" means prescribed by rules made under this Act.<br />

(d) works and expressions used herein but not defined and defined in the Building and other<br />

Construction Workers' (Regulation <strong>of</strong> Employment and Conditions <strong>of</strong> Service) Act, 1996 shall have<br />

the meanings respectively assigned to them in that Act.<br />

03. Levy and collection <strong>of</strong> Cess:<br />

1. There shall be levied and collected a cess for the purposes <strong>of</strong> the Building and the<br />

Construction Workers (Regulation <strong>of</strong> Employment and Conditions <strong>of</strong> Service) Act, 1996,at<br />

such rate not exceeding two per cent but not less than one percent <strong>of</strong> the cost <strong>of</strong><br />

construction incurred by an employer, as the Central Government may, by notification in the<br />

Official Gazette, from time to time specify.<br />

2. The cess levied under sub-sec(1)shall be collected from every employer in such manner and<br />

at such time, including deduction at source in relation to a building or other construction work<br />

<strong>of</strong> a Government or <strong>of</strong> a public sector undertaking or advance collection through a local<br />

authority where an approval <strong>of</strong> such building or other construction work by such local<br />

authority is required, as may be prescribed.<br />

3. The proceeds <strong>of</strong> the cess collected under sub-sec.(2) shall be paid by the local authority or<br />

the State Government collecting the cess to the Board after deducting the cost <strong>of</strong> collection<br />

<strong>of</strong> such cess not exceeding one per cent <strong>of</strong> the amount collected.<br />

4. Notwithstanding anything contained in sub-sec(1) or sub-sec(2) the cess livable under this<br />

Act including payment <strong>of</strong> such cess in advance may subject to that assessment to be made ,<br />

be collected at a uniform rate or rates as ma y be prescribed or the basis <strong>of</strong> the quantum <strong>of</strong><br />

the building or other construction work involved.

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A cess has been collected for the purpose <strong>of</strong> the Building and other Construction Workers<br />

(Regulation <strong>of</strong> Employment and Conditions <strong>of</strong> Service) Act, 1996, at the rate <strong>of</strong> in between 1 and 2% <strong>of</strong><br />

the cost <strong>of</strong> construction incurred by an employer.<br />

04. Furnishing <strong>of</strong> Returns:<br />

(1) Every employer shall furnish such return to such <strong>of</strong>ficer or authority in such manner and at<br />

such time as may be prescribed.<br />

(2) If any person carrying on the building to other construction work, liable to pay the cess under<br />

Sec.3, fails to furnish any return under sub-sec.(1) the <strong>of</strong>ficer or the authority shall give a notice<br />

requiring such person to furnish such return before such date as may be specified in the notice.<br />


Any person who is carrying on the building or other construction work, liable to pay the cess<br />

under section 3, must furnish return to the concerned <strong>of</strong>fice authority shall give notice requiring such<br />

employer to furnish return before such date as mentioned in the notice.<br />

05. Assessment <strong>of</strong> Cess:<br />

(1) The <strong>of</strong>ficer or to whom or to which the return has been furnished under Sec.4 shall, after<br />

making or causing to be made such inquiry as he or it thinks in and after satisfying himself or itself<br />

that the particulars started in the return are correct by order, assess the amount <strong>of</strong> cess pay able<br />

by the employer.<br />

(2) If the return has not been furnished to the <strong>of</strong>ficer or authority under sub-sec.(2) <strong>of</strong> sec.4, he or<br />

it shall, after making or causing to be made such inquiry as he or it thinks fit by order, assess the<br />

amount <strong>of</strong> cess payable by the employer.<br />

(3) An order <strong>of</strong> assessment made under sub-sec.(1) or sub-sec(2) shall specify the date within<br />

which the cess shall be paid by the employer.<br />

06. Power to exempt:<br />

Notwithstanding anything contained in this Act, the Central Government may be notification in the<br />

Official Gazette, exempt any employer or class <strong>of</strong> employers in a State from the payment <strong>of</strong> cess<br />

payable under this Act where such cess is already levied and payable under any corresponding<br />

law in force in the State.<br />


Central Government has power to exempt from payment cess to any employer or class or<br />

employers in a State.<br />

07. Power <strong>of</strong> Entry:<br />

Any <strong>of</strong>ficer <strong>of</strong> authority <strong>of</strong> the State Government specially empowered on th behalf by that<br />

Government may<br />

(a) with such assistance, if any as he or it may think fit, enter at any reasonable time any place<br />

where he or it considers it necessary to enter for carrying out the purposes <strong>of</strong> this Act including<br />

verification <strong>of</strong> the correctness <strong>of</strong> any particulars furnished by any employer under Sec.4.<br />

(b) do within such place anything necessary for the proper discharge <strong>of</strong> his or its duties under this<br />

Act; and<br />

(c) Exercise such other powers as may be prescribed.<br />

08. Interest payable on delay in payment <strong>of</strong> cess:<br />

If any employer falls to pay any amount <strong>of</strong> cess payable under Sec.3 within the time specified in<br />

the order <strong>of</strong> assessment, such employer shall be liable to pay interest on the amount to be paid at<br />

the rate <strong>of</strong> two per cent, for every month or part <strong>of</strong> a month comprised in the period from the date<br />

on which such payment is due till such amount is actually paid.<br />


Whosoever falls to pay the amount <strong>of</strong> cess within the time, such employer shall be liable to pay<br />

interest on the amount to be paid at the time rate <strong>of</strong> 2% for every month <strong>of</strong> delay.<br />

09. Penalty for non-payment <strong>of</strong> cess within the specified time:<br />

If any amount <strong>of</strong> cess payable by any employer under sec.3 is not paid within the data specified in<br />

the order <strong>of</strong> assessment made under Sec.5, it shall be deemed to be in arrears and the authority

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prescribed in this behalf may, after making such inquiry as it deems fit, impose on such employer<br />

a penalty not exceeding the amount <strong>of</strong> cess.<br />

PROVIDED that, before imposing any such penalty, such employer shall be given a reasonable<br />

opportunity <strong>of</strong> being heard and if after such hearing the said authority is satisfied that the default<br />

was for any good and sufficient reason, no penalty shall be imposed under the section.<br />


The penalty for non-payment <strong>of</strong> cess within the specified time is not exceeding the amount <strong>of</strong><br />

cess.<br />

10. Recovery <strong>of</strong> amount <strong>of</strong> due under the Act.<br />

Any amount due under this Act (Including any interest or penalty) from an employer may be<br />

recovered in the same manner as an arrear <strong>of</strong> land revenue.<br />


The amount (cess) recovered under this Act is treated as an arrear <strong>of</strong> land revenue.<br />

11. Appeal<br />

(1) Any employer aggrieved by an order <strong>of</strong> assessment made under Sec.5 or by an order<br />

imposing penalty made under Sec.9 may, within such time as may be prescribed, appeal to such<br />

appellate authority in such form and in such manner as may be prescribed.<br />

(2) Every appeal preferred under sub-sec.(1) shall be accompanied by such fees as may be<br />

prescribed.<br />

(3) After the receipt <strong>of</strong> any appeal under sub-sec.(1), the appellate authority shall, after giving<br />

the appellant an opportunity <strong>of</strong> being heard in the matter, dispose <strong>of</strong> the appeal as expeditiously as<br />

possible.<br />

(4) Every order passed in appeal under this section shall be final and shall not be called in<br />

question in any Court <strong>of</strong> law.<br />

12. Penalty<br />

(1) Wherever, being under an obligation to furnish a return under this Act, furnishes any return<br />

knowing or having reason believe the same to be false, shall be punishable with imprisonment which<br />

may extend to six months, or with fine which may extend to one thousand rupees, or with both.<br />

(2) Whosoever, being liable to pay cess under this Act, willfully or internally evades or attempts<br />

to evade the payment <strong>of</strong> such cess shall be punishable with imprisonment which may extend to six<br />

months, or with fine, or with both.<br />

(3) No Court shall take cognizance <strong>of</strong> an <strong>of</strong>fence punishable under this section save on a<br />

complaint made by or under the authority <strong>of</strong> the Central Government.<br />

13. Offences by companies<br />

(1) Where an <strong>of</strong>fence under this Act has been committed by a company every person who, at<br />

the time the <strong>of</strong>fence was committed was In-charge <strong>of</strong>, and was responsible to, the company for the<br />

conduct <strong>of</strong> the business <strong>of</strong> the company, as well as the company, shall be deemed to be guilty <strong>of</strong> the<br />

<strong>of</strong>fence and shall be liable to be proceeded against and punished accordingly.<br />

PROVIDED that nothing contained in this sub-section shall render any such person liable to<br />

any punishment if he proves that the <strong>of</strong>fence was committed without his knowledge or that he had<br />

exercised all due diligence to prevent the commission <strong>of</strong> such <strong>of</strong>fence.<br />

(2) Not withstanding anything contained in sub-sec.(1), where an <strong>of</strong>fence under this Act has<br />

been committed with the consent <strong>of</strong> connivance <strong>of</strong>, or is attributable to any neglect on the part<br />

<strong>of</strong>, any director, manager, secretary or other <strong>of</strong>ficer <strong>of</strong> the company such director, manager,<br />

secretary or other <strong>of</strong>ficer shall also be deemed to be guilty <strong>of</strong> that <strong>of</strong>fence and shall be liable to<br />

be proceeded against and punished accordingly.<br />

Explanation for the purposes <strong>of</strong> this section,-<br />

(a) "company" means by any body corporate and includes a firm or other association <strong>of</strong><br />

individual; and<br />

(b) "Director", in relation to a firm, means a partner in the firm.

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14. Power to make rules<br />

(1) The Central Government may, by notification in the Official Gazette, make rules for carrying<br />

out the provisions <strong>of</strong> this Act.<br />

(2) Without prejudice to the generality <strong>of</strong> the foregoing power, such rules may provide for all or any<br />

<strong>of</strong> the following matters namely:<br />

(a) the manner in which and the time within which the cess shall be collected under sub-sec.(2)<br />

or sec.3;<br />

(b) the rate or rates <strong>of</strong> advance cess leviable under sub-sec.(4) or Sec.3;<br />

(c) the particulars <strong>of</strong> the returns to be furnished, the <strong>of</strong>ficer or authority to whom or to which such<br />

returns shall be furnished and the manner and time <strong>of</strong> furnishing such returns under sub-sec.(1)<br />

<strong>of</strong> sec.4;<br />

(d) the powers which may be exercised by the <strong>of</strong>ficer or authority under Sec.7<br />

(e) the authority which may impose penalty under sec.9;<br />

(f) the authority to which an appeal may be filed under sub-sec.(1) <strong>of</strong> Sec.11 and the time within<br />

which and the form and manner in which such appeal may be filed.<br />

(g) the fees which shall accompany an appeal under sub-sec.(2) <strong>of</strong> Sec.11; and<br />

(h) Any other matter which has to be, or may be, prescribed.<br />

(3) Every rule made under this Act shall be laid, as soon as may be after it is made, before each<br />

House <strong>of</strong> Parliament while it is in session for a total period <strong>of</strong> thirty days which may be comprised in<br />

one session or two or more successive sessions, and if before the expiry <strong>of</strong> the session immediately<br />

following the session or the successive sessions aforesaid, both Houses agree that the rule<br />

should not be made, the rule shall thereafter have effect only in such modified form or be <strong>of</strong> no<br />

effect, as the case may be so however, that any such modification or annulment shall be without<br />

prejudice to the validity <strong>of</strong> anything previously done under that rule.<br />

15. Repeal and saving<br />

(1) The Building and other Construction Workers' Welfare Cess(Third Ordinance), 1996 (Ord.26<br />

<strong>of</strong> 1996), hereby released.<br />

(2) Notwithstanding such repeal, anything done or any action taken under the said Ordinance<br />

shall be deemed to have done or taken under the corresponding progressive <strong>of</strong> this Act.

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Tender Notice No.________________________<br />

Name <strong>of</strong> work: - _______________________________________________________<br />

_______________________________________________________<br />

Estimation Cost : Rs. ___________________________________________________<br />

1. Sealed two part tenders for the above noted work are hereby invited from the contractors<br />

experienced in works <strong>of</strong> similar kind and magnitude. Tenders will be received and opened by<br />

the Head ESD as per the time and date mentioned in ECIL website www.ecil.co.in in the<br />

presence <strong>of</strong> the tenderers or their agents who may choose to attend.<br />

2. Tenders must be submitted in two parts (Technical & Commercial) in two separate sealed<br />

covers and both to be kept in one another sealed cover should be addressed to Head ESD, the<br />

full name and address <strong>of</strong> the tenderer and name <strong>of</strong> the work shall be noted on the cover.<br />

Unsealed tender will be rejected.<br />

3. All entries in the tender documents should be in one ink. Erasures and over writing are not<br />

permitted. All cancellations and insertions should be duly signed by the tenderers concerned.<br />

4. Tenderers are required to sign each and every page <strong>of</strong> the Tender documents including the<br />

drawings attached hereto.<br />

5. Unit rates should be quoted in figures as well as in words with reference to each item and for all<br />

items should be shown in the attached schedule. These rates shall be for the finished work at<br />

site. Amount <strong>of</strong> each item and the total page by page as also the grand total amount <strong>of</strong> the<br />

whole contract should also be filled in by tenderers. While quoting the rates in the schedule <strong>of</strong><br />

the quantities the word ‘only’ should be written in the next line, special care should be taken to<br />

write rates and amounts in such way that no interpolation is possible. Corrections if any should<br />

be attested with full signature and dated by the tenderer.<br />

Item rate tender containing percentage below / above will be summarily rejected.<br />

6. Quantities shown in the schedule are only approximate and are liable to variation without<br />

entitling the contractors to any compensation.<br />

Any error in description, quantity <strong>of</strong> rate in Schedule ‘A’ or any omission there form shall not<br />

vitiate the contract or release the contractor from the execution <strong>of</strong> the whole or any part <strong>of</strong> the<br />

works comprised therein according to the drawings and specifications or form any <strong>of</strong> his<br />

obligations under the contract. Any error in quantity and or amount in schedule shall be<br />

adjusted in accordance with the following rules:<br />

a) In case the rates and figures differ, the rates which correspond to the amount worked out by<br />

the contractor shall be taken as correct. In case the amount <strong>of</strong> an item is not worked out by<br />

the contractor or it does not correspond with the rate written either in figures or words then<br />

the lower <strong>of</strong> the two rates will be taken as correct.

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b) In the event <strong>of</strong> an error occurring in the amount columns <strong>of</strong> Schedule ‘A” or Bill <strong>of</strong> quantities<br />

as a result <strong>of</strong> wrong extension <strong>of</strong> unit rate and quantity, the unit rate quoted by tenderers<br />

shall be regarded as firm and the extensions shall be amended on the basis <strong>of</strong> the rate.<br />

c) All errors in totaling in the amount column and carrying forward totals shall be corrected.<br />

d) Any omissions to include in the totals or to carry forwards the prime cost sums and or<br />

provisional sums shall be corrected.<br />

e) The total <strong>of</strong> Bill <strong>of</strong> Quantities, as amended above shall be carried over to Schedule ‘A’<br />

similarly, the totals <strong>of</strong> various sections <strong>of</strong> Schedule ‘A’ as amended shall be carried over to<br />

the General Summary and the tendered sum amended accordingly. The tendered sum so<br />

altered shall for the purpose <strong>of</strong> the tender, be substituted for the sum, originally tendered<br />

and considered for acceptance instead <strong>of</strong> the original sum quoted by the contractor.<br />

7. In quoting their rates, the tenderers are advised to take into account all factors including any<br />

fluctuations in the market rates etc. No claim will be entertained on this account after<br />

acceptance <strong>of</strong> the tender or during the currency <strong>of</strong> the contract.<br />

8. Before tendering the tenderers are advised to inspect the site <strong>of</strong> work and its environment and<br />

be well acquainted with the actual working and other prevalent conditions, position <strong>of</strong> materials<br />

and labour, General and Special Conditions <strong>of</strong> Contract, Drawings and specifications and all<br />

other documents which form part <strong>of</strong> the Agreement to be entered into.<br />

9. The tender shall remain valid for three months from the date <strong>of</strong> opening tenders for acceptance.<br />

10. In the event <strong>of</strong> a tender being submitted by a partnership firm the tender must be signed<br />

separately and legibly by each partner or member <strong>of</strong> the firm or in their absence, a person<br />

holding the power <strong>of</strong> Attorney on behalf <strong>of</strong> the firm concerned. In the later case, a copy <strong>of</strong> the<br />

Power <strong>of</strong> Attorney duly attested by a Gazetted Officer must accompany the tender. It must also<br />

be disclosed that the firm is duly registered under the Indian Partnership Act. If the tender is<br />

made by a <strong>corporation</strong>, it shall be signed by a duly authorized Officer who shall produce with his<br />

tenders satisfactory evidence <strong>of</strong> his authorization. Such tendering Corporation may be required<br />

before the contract is executed, to furnish evidence <strong>of</strong> its <strong>corporation</strong> existence.<br />

11. Every tender shall be accompanied by a demand draft or Bank Guarantee for<br />

Rs._________________ as earnest money deposit drawn on State Bank <strong>of</strong> India (Hyderabad<br />

Branch) or any Schedule Bank in favour <strong>of</strong> the Accounts Officers, Electronics Corporation <strong>of</strong><br />

India Ltd., Hyderabad. This earnest money will be refunded to the unsuccessful tenderer after<br />

the award <strong>of</strong> work is finalized. In the case <strong>of</strong> the successful tenderer, the Earnest Money will be<br />

retained as part <strong>of</strong> the Security Deposit and will be refunded only after completion <strong>of</strong> work and<br />

the expiry <strong>of</strong> the maintenance period as provided for in the tender documents.<br />

The Earnest Money is liable to be forfeited in case the Head (ESD feels that the tenders are not<br />

bonafied or the tenderer modifies or revokes the tender during the period the tenders are kept<br />

open. The decision <strong>of</strong> Head (ESD) as to whether a tender is bonafied or not is final and<br />

conclusive and is binding on the tenderer.

12. Tenderers should furnish a valid income tax clearance certificate along with the tender.<br />

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13. The persons whose tender(s) may be accepted (hereinafter) called the contractor(s) shall have<br />

to pay a total security deposit amounting to Rs.<br />

(i)<br />

(ii)<br />

(iii)<br />

In the case <strong>of</strong> work costing upto Rs. 1,00,0000/- 10% <strong>of</strong> the mount billed for<br />

In the case <strong>of</strong> work costing more than Rs. 1,00,000/- and upto Rs. 2,00,000/- 10% on first<br />

Rs. 1,00,000/- and 7.5% on the balance, and<br />

In case <strong>of</strong> works costing more than Rs. 2,00,000/- 10% on Rs. 1,00,000/- 7.5% on the next<br />

Rs. 1,00,000/- and 5% on the balance subject only unless he or / they has / have deposited<br />

the amount <strong>of</strong> security deposit at the rates mentioned above in cash or in the form <strong>of</strong><br />

Government Securities or Fixed Deposits or Guarantee Bonds <strong>of</strong> any Scheduled Banks or<br />

State Bank <strong>of</strong> India.<br />

In case Fixed Deposit receipt <strong>of</strong> any Bank is furnished by the Contractor to the Corporation<br />

as part <strong>of</strong> the Security Deposit and the Bank goes into liquidation or for any reason is unable<br />

to make payment against the said fixed deposit Receipt, the loss caused thereby shall fall<br />

on the Contractor and the Contractor shall forth with on demand furnish additional security<br />

to the Corporation to make good the deficit.<br />

The tenderer whose tender has been accepted shall on intimation that his tender for the<br />

work has been accepted pay a further amount, which together with the Earnest Money paid<br />

at the time <strong>of</strong> tendering equal to 50% <strong>of</strong> the total security Deposit as specified above, and<br />

shall be retained as Security Deposit for proper fulfillment <strong>of</strong> the contract.<br />

The balance amount due towards Security Deposit shall be recovered by deduction at the<br />

time <strong>of</strong> making any payment for the work done under the contract from each running bill at<br />

5% <strong>of</strong> the amount <strong>of</strong> each bill till the balance <strong>of</strong> the amount <strong>of</strong> security deposit is realized.<br />

All compensations and or liquidated damages or other sums <strong>of</strong> money payable by the<br />

Contractor under the terms to this contract may be deducted from or paid by the sale <strong>of</strong><br />

sufficient part <strong>of</strong> this Security Deposit or from the interest arising from those or from any<br />

sum, which may be due to or may become due to the Contractor by ECIL or any account<br />

whatsoever and in the event <strong>of</strong> his Security Deposit being reduced by reason <strong>of</strong> any such<br />

deductions or sales as aforesaid the Contractor shall within two days make good in DD or<br />

Guarantee Bonds in favour <strong>of</strong> the ECIL executed or fixed Deposit receipts tendered by the<br />

State Bank <strong>of</strong> India or by schedule Banks, (in case <strong>of</strong> Guarantee <strong>of</strong>fered by Scheduled<br />

Banks the amount shall be within the financial limits prescribed by the Reserve Bank <strong>of</strong><br />

India) <strong>of</strong> Government Securities ( if deposited for more than 12 months) endorsed in favour<br />

<strong>of</strong> ECIL any sum there <strong>of</strong> . The Security Deposit shall be collected from the running bills <strong>of</strong><br />

the contractor at the rates mentioned above and the Earnest Money deposited in DD form<br />

at the time <strong>of</strong> submitting Tenders will be treated as part <strong>of</strong> Security Deposit.<br />

14. If tenderer withdraws his <strong>of</strong>fer after submission <strong>of</strong> his tender and after acceptance <strong>of</strong> his<br />

tender fails to start the work in accordance with the instructions <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in-charge,<br />

the Earnest Money deposited by him may be forfeited without prejudice to any other remedy<br />

available to the Corporation under contract.<br />

15. The Electronics Corporation <strong>of</strong> India Limited reserves the right to reject any <strong>of</strong> all the<br />

tenders received or accept any tender or part there<strong>of</strong> without assigning any reason therefore

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the case <strong>of</strong> acceptance <strong>of</strong> a part <strong>of</strong> the tender, time for completion may also be reduced to<br />

the extent considered appropriate by the Accepting Authority.<br />

16. Conditional and un witnessed tenders containing absurd rates and amounts, tenders which<br />

are incomplete or otherwise considered defective and tenders not in accordance with the<br />

tender conditions laid down by the Accepting Officer are liable to be rejected.<br />

17. Tenders not submitted on the prescribed forms are liable to be rejected.<br />

18. The work must be completed within a period <strong>of</strong> _________________ months from the date<br />

<strong>of</strong> issue <strong>of</strong> order to commence work.<br />

19. The tenderer shall submit along with the tender the following:<br />

a) Certificates form a schedule bank to prove his financial ability to undertake the work.<br />

b) Pro<strong>of</strong> <strong>of</strong> technical and organizational competence to execute the work<br />

c) Certificate to the effect that he is not debarred by any organization from tendering for works.<br />

20. The Head ESD shall be the Accepting Officer herein referred to as such for the purpose for<br />

this contract.<br />

21. The Tender notice shall be deemed to form an integral part <strong>of</strong> the contract to be entered into<br />

for this work.<br />

22. The acceptance <strong>of</strong> the tender will rest with the Head ESD who does not bind himself to<br />

accept the lowest tender and reserves to himself the authority to reject any or all <strong>of</strong> the<br />

tenders received without the assignment <strong>of</strong> any reasons. All tenders in which any <strong>of</strong> the<br />

prescribed conditions are not fulfilled or are in complete in any respect are liable to be<br />

rejected.<br />

HEAD<br />


Electronics Corporation <strong>of</strong> India Limited<br />

A Govt. <strong>of</strong> India (DAE) Undertaking<br />

Hyderabad – 500 062

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(To be filled in and enclosed with the tender documents)<br />

1. State if you are approved contractors <strong>of</strong> the C.P.W.D. State P.W.D. Railways and /or<br />

M.E.S. and if so, give class pro<strong>of</strong> by way <strong>of</strong> attested copies <strong>of</strong> certificates or Registration<br />

No. should be attached.<br />

2. Particulars <strong>of</strong> previous contracts if any, successfully executed should be entered in the<br />

form below.<br />

Item No.<br />

Name <strong>of</strong><br />

department<br />

Name and description <strong>of</strong><br />

works executed together<br />

with value<br />

Period <strong>of</strong> execution<br />

3. Reference / certificate from your bankers about your financial position<br />

4. List <strong>of</strong> machinery and equipment which you intend to use this work to be attached.<br />

Certificates:<br />

1. I / We are not debarred from tendering for contracts <strong>of</strong> any <strong>of</strong> the above mentioned departments.<br />

2. I / We hereby certify that the information given above is correct if at any stage, it is found to be<br />

incorrect. I / we understand that the contract will be liable to be terminated, rescinded and action could<br />

be taken against me/us by the company for damages.

To<br />

The Electronics Corporation <strong>of</strong> India Limited<br />

Industrial Development Area, ECIL Post,<br />

Hyderabad – 500 062<br />

Dear Sirs,<br />

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With reference to the tender invited by the Electronics Corporation <strong>of</strong> India Ltd. For the construction <strong>of</strong><br />

________________________________________________________<br />

____________________________________________________________________<br />

At project site, Moula-Ali,<br />

I / We have examined the Drawings, General conditions <strong>of</strong> Contract, special conditions, Form <strong>of</strong><br />

Agreement, Invitation to Tender, Specifications and Bill <strong>of</strong> Quantities for the above work. I / we hereby<br />

<strong>of</strong>fer to construct, complete and maintain the whole <strong>of</strong> the said works in conformity with the said<br />

Drawings, General Conditions <strong>of</strong> Contract. Special Conditions, Articles <strong>of</strong> Agreement, Invitation to<br />

Tender Specifications and Bill <strong>of</strong> Quantities for the sum <strong>of</strong> Rs. ______________ at the representative<br />

rates mentioned in the bill <strong>of</strong> quantities.<br />

I / We undertake to complete and deliver the whole <strong>of</strong> the works comprised in the contracts<br />

within __________________________ calendar months from the date <strong>of</strong> commencement <strong>of</strong> the work.<br />

I / We have deposited as earnest money a sum <strong>of</strong> RS. ____________________ with which<br />

amount is not bear any interest and I / we do hereby agree that the sum shall me / us if in the event <strong>of</strong><br />

the Electronics Corporation <strong>of</strong> India Ltd accepting my / our tender I / We fail to execute the contract<br />

when called upon to do so.<br />

I / we hereby agree that unless and until a formal agreement is prepared and executed in<br />

accordance my/our tender I/we fail to execute the contract when called upon to do so.<br />

I/We understand that you are not bound to accept the lowest or any tender you may receive.<br />

Name <strong>of</strong> Partners <strong>of</strong> the firm<br />

1.<br />

2.<br />

Yours faithfully<br />

Signature<br />

Address<br />


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Articles <strong>of</strong> agreement made at project Site Office, Hyderabad – 500 062, A.P. this ________ day <strong>of</strong><br />

_________________between ELECTRONICS CORPORATION OF INDIA LIMITED, A<br />


referred to as the CORPORATION which expression shall include its successors and assigns) <strong>of</strong> the<br />

one part and M/s. _________________________________ (hereinafter referred to as CONTRACTOR<br />

which expression shall include its successors and assigns) <strong>of</strong> the other part WHEREAS THE<br />

CORPORATION is desirous that certain works should be constructed viz<br />

________________________________________________________________ and has accepted a<br />

tender by CONTRACTOR for the construction, completion and maintenance <strong>of</strong> such work NOW THIS<br />

AGREEMENT WITNESSETH as follows:<br />

1. In this agreement words and expression shall have the same meaning as are respectively<br />

assigned to them in the General conditions <strong>of</strong> contract hereinafter referred to.<br />

2. The following documents shall be deemed to form and constructed as part <strong>of</strong> this agreement Viz<br />

i) Invitation to Tender<br />

ii) Form <strong>of</strong> Tender<br />

iii) General Conditions <strong>of</strong> Contract<br />

iv) Special Condition <strong>of</strong> Contract<br />

v) Specification for work<br />

vi) Schedule ‘A’- Bill <strong>of</strong> Qunatitie<br />

Vii) Schedule ‘B’ – Details <strong>of</strong> Material to be supplied by E.C.I.L<br />

viii) Time Schedule<br />

ix) Drawings<br />

x) W.O. No. _____________________________ dt _____________<br />

3. In Consideration <strong>of</strong> the payments to be made by the CORPORATION to the CONTRACTOR as<br />

hereinafter mentioned the CONTRACTOR hereby covenants with CORPORATION to construct,<br />

complete and maintain the work till handed over to the CORPORATION in conformity in all<br />

respects with the provisions <strong>of</strong> the contract.<br />

4. The CORPORATION hereby covenants to pay the CONTRACTOR in consideration <strong>of</strong> the<br />

construction, completion and maintenance <strong>of</strong> the work the contract price at the times and in the<br />

manner prescribed by the contract.<br />

5. All the disputes arising out <strong>of</strong> or in any way connected with AGREEMENT shall be deemed to<br />

have in HYDERABAD and only the COURTS in HYDERABAD shall have jurisdiction to<br />

determine the same<br />

6. All the parts <strong>of</strong> the contract have been read to us and fully understood by us.<br />

AS WITNESS own hand this_______________ day <strong>of</strong> ____________________ signed by the<br />

said<br />

HEAD<br />


1. Definitions<br />

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CHAPTER 1<br />


In these General Conditions <strong>of</strong> Contract, the following terms shall have the meaning hereby assigned to<br />

them except where context otherwise required.<br />

(a)<br />

(b)<br />

(c)<br />

(d)<br />

(e)<br />

(f)<br />

(g)<br />

(h)<br />

(i)<br />

“Contract” means the agreement between the Corporation and the Contractor<br />

for the execution <strong>of</strong> a specified work or works and includes the tender notice. General and<br />

special conditions <strong>of</strong> Contract, Specifications, Drawings, priced Bill <strong>of</strong> Quantities, Schedule <strong>of</strong><br />

issue Rates <strong>of</strong> Materials, tender and contractor agreement with all modification there<strong>of</strong>.<br />

The Tender Documents means the Form <strong>of</strong> Tender, Tender Notice, the applicable Schedules<br />

‘A’, ‘B’, and ‘C’ and / or General Summary, General and special conditions <strong>of</strong> Contract and the<br />

Specification and or Drawings as given to Contractors on payment for the purpose <strong>of</strong> preparing<br />

there tenders<br />

The work means the work described in the tender documents in individual work order and/or<br />

accompanying drawings and specifications as may be issued from time to time to the contractor<br />

by the Head ESD or the Engineer-in-charge, including all modified or additional works and<br />

obligations to be carried out either at the site or at any factory workshop or other place as<br />

required for the performance <strong>of</strong> the contract.<br />

The Site means the land and / or other places on, in, into or through which the work is to be<br />

executed under the contact or any adjacent land path or street which may be allotted to or used<br />

for the purpose <strong>of</strong> the contract.<br />

The ‘Contract’ means the person or persons firm <strong>of</strong> company whether incorporated or not,<br />

undertaking the work and shall include the legal, personal representatives <strong>of</strong> such individuals or<br />

the persons composing the firm or company, the permitted assigns and successors <strong>of</strong> such<br />

individuals or firm or company<br />

The “Accepting <strong>of</strong>ficer” means the Head ESD, who directs the contract and letters <strong>of</strong> the<br />

particular work pertaining to the contract.<br />

“I.S.S.” means Indian standard specifications<br />

The “Engineer-in-charge” means the Assistant to the accepting Officer, to perform the duties set<br />

forth in clauses here to whose authority shall be notified in writing to the Contractor by the<br />

accepting <strong>of</strong>ficer.<br />

Approved and Directed means the approval or direction <strong>of</strong> the Head ESD or person deputed by<br />

him for the particular purpose<br />

j) “Electronics Corporation <strong>of</strong> India Limited” herein after refined to as ECIL shall mean the Board <strong>of</strong><br />

Directors, General Manager or other Administrative <strong>of</strong>ficers <strong>of</strong> the said <strong>corporation</strong>, Managing<br />

Director, Head ESD or Executive Engineer authorized to invite tender and enter into contracts<br />

for work on behalf <strong>of</strong> ECIL<br />

(k)<br />

The ‘Contract Sum’ means the sum accepted or the sum calculated in tender in accordance<br />

with the prices accepted or the contract rates as payable to the contractor for the entire<br />

execution and full completion <strong>of</strong> work, subject to such additions there to or deletions there from<br />

as may be made under the provisions hereinafter contained.

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(I) The Final Sum means the actual amount payable under the contract by ECIL to the Contractor<br />

for the entire execution and full completion <strong>of</strong> the work.<br />

(m) The “Date <strong>of</strong> Completion” is the date or dates for completion <strong>of</strong> the whole or any part <strong>of</strong> the work<br />

as set out in or ascertained in accordance with the individual work orders or the tender documents<br />

or any subsequent agreed amendments thereto.<br />

(n) A “Week” means seven days without regard to the number <strong>of</strong> hours not worked in any day in<br />

that week.<br />

(o) A “Day” means a day <strong>of</strong> 24 (Twenty Four) hours irrespective <strong>of</strong> the number <strong>of</strong> hours worked or<br />

not worked in that day.<br />

(p) A “Working Day” means any day other than that prescribed by the Negotiable. Instruments Act<br />

as being a holiday, and consists <strong>of</strong> the number <strong>of</strong> labour as commonly recognized by good employers in<br />

the Hyderabad District where the work is carried out as laid down in the ECIL regulations.<br />

(q) “Deviation Order” means an order given by the Head ESD or Engineer-in-Charge to effect an<br />

alternation, addition or deduction.<br />

(r) “Emergency Works” means any urgent measures which in the option <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in-charge,<br />

become necessary bring the progress <strong>of</strong> the work to obviate any risk <strong>of</strong> accident or failure or which<br />

become necessary for security.<br />

(s) “Day Work” means item <strong>of</strong> work requiring the employment <strong>of</strong> labour with or without materials<br />

and tools and plant as the case may be, which in the opinion <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in-charge is not capable <strong>of</strong><br />

being evaluated by the accepted methods <strong>of</strong> measurement or assessment and is paid for on the basis<br />

<strong>of</strong> the actual labour and materials and tools and plant utilized on the particular item <strong>of</strong> work referred to.

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2. Heading to Conditions<br />

The heading to these conditions shall not affect the interpretation there<strong>of</strong>.<br />

3. Contract Documents<br />

The accepting <strong>of</strong>ficer shall furnish to the contractor one set <strong>of</strong> agreement signed drawings,<br />

specification and schedule “A”, “B’ & “C” etc., if any, and two copies <strong>of</strong> all further drawings issued during<br />

the progress <strong>of</strong> the work. The contractor shall keep one copy <strong>of</strong> all the drawings and <strong>of</strong> the<br />

specifications on the site and the Engineer-in-charge or his representative shall at all reasonable times<br />

have access to them, for additional prints, the contractor shall have to pay Rs. 10/ SqM <strong>of</strong> print area.<br />

4. Works to be carried out<br />

The contract shall except as provided under the Schedule ‘B’ and ‘C’ Include all labour,<br />

materials, tools, plant equipment and transport which may be required in preparation and the entire<br />

execution and full completion <strong>of</strong> the work Schedule “A” shall be deemed to have been prepared in<br />

accordance with good practice and recognized principle and unless otherwise stated, the descriptions<br />

given therein shall be held to include waste on materials, carriage and cartage, lead, return <strong>of</strong> empties<br />

hoisting, setting in position and all other labour necessary in for the entire execution and full completion<br />

aforesaid. Any error in description or in quantity in Schedule ‘A” or any omission there from shall not<br />

vitiate the Contract or release the Contractor from the execution <strong>of</strong> the whole or any part <strong>of</strong> the work<br />

comprised therein according to the drawings and specifications or from any <strong>of</strong> his obligations under the<br />

contract. The insertion <strong>of</strong> the name <strong>of</strong> any firm <strong>of</strong> suppliers in the tender documents is for the purpose<br />

<strong>of</strong> obtaining a particular class or quality <strong>of</strong> materials or workmanship. But the articles or materials<br />

specified may be obtained from any other firm subject to the prior written approval <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in-<br />

Charges.<br />

In case <strong>of</strong> discrepancy between Schedule ‘A” the specifications and / or the drawings, the<br />

Accepting Officer shall be the sole deciding authority as to which shall prevail and his decision shall be<br />

final and conclusive neither drawing nor specifications contain any mention <strong>of</strong> minor details <strong>of</strong><br />

conclusive, which in the opinion <strong>of</strong> the accepting Officer, whose decision shall be final and conclusive<br />

are reasonable and obviously and fairly intended for the satisfactory completion <strong>of</strong> the work, such<br />

details shall be provided by the Contractor without any extra included in the contract in case <strong>of</strong> any<br />

class <strong>of</strong> work for which there are no specifications, the Contractor shall carry out the work in all respects<br />

in accordance with the instructions in writing by Engineer-in-charge.<br />

The contractor will be deemed to have satisfied himself as to the nature <strong>of</strong> the site, local facilities<br />

<strong>of</strong> access and all matters affecting the execution and completion <strong>of</strong> the work. No extra charges<br />

consequent on any misunderstanding in these respects or otherwise will be allowed.<br />

5. Deviations and alterations in Specifications and Designs<br />

The Engineer-In-Charge shall have power to make any alterations in, omissions from, additions<br />

to or substituent’s for, the original specifications, drawings, designs and instructions, that may appear<br />

to him to be necessary during the progress <strong>of</strong> the work, and the contractor shall carry out the work in<br />

accordance with any instructions which may be given to him in writing signed by the Engineer-incharge,<br />

and such alterations omission or substitutions, shall not invalidate the contract and any altered<br />

addition or substituted work which the contractor, may be directed to do in the manner above specified<br />

as part <strong>of</strong> the work and shall be carried out by the Contractor on the same<br />

conditions in all respects on which he agreed to do with the main work. The time for completion <strong>of</strong> the<br />

work shall be extended in the proportion that the altered, additional or substituted work bears to the<br />

original contract work, and the certificate <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in-charge shall be conclusive as to such<br />

proportion, Engineer-in-charge is further at liberty to carry out any such items <strong>of</strong> work departmentally or

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through other agency and no compensation will be payable to the main contractor on that account and<br />

shall not entitle the contract to vitiate the contract.<br />

6. Time and Liquidated Damages for Delay<br />

Time is the essence <strong>of</strong> contract and is specified in the tender documents or in each individual<br />

work order.<br />

The time allowed for carrying out the work as entered in the tender shall be strictly observed by<br />

the contractor and shall be reckoned from the date <strong>of</strong> commencent <strong>of</strong> work is given to the<br />

contractor. The work shall throughout the stipulated period <strong>of</strong> the contract be proceeded with all<br />

due diligence on the part <strong>of</strong> the contractor and the contract shall pay as liquidated damages an<br />

amount equal to one percent or such smaller amount as the Head ESD (whose decision in<br />

writing shall be final) my decide on the amount <strong>of</strong> the estimated cost <strong>of</strong> the whole work as shown<br />

by the tender for, every day that work remains uncommented or unfinished after the proper<br />

dates.<br />

If so required by the Engineer-in-Charge the Contractor shall also agree to a time and progress<br />

chart for any item or group <strong>of</strong> items <strong>of</strong> work. The chart shall be prepared in direct relation to the<br />

time stated in the tender documents or the work order for the completion <strong>of</strong> the individual items<br />

there<strong>of</strong> and/or the contract or order, as a whole, if the contractor fails to comply with this time<br />

schedule he shall without prejudice to any other right or remedy <strong>of</strong> the Corporation on account <strong>of</strong><br />

such breach be liable to pay the liquidated damages at 1% <strong>of</strong> the contract value <strong>of</strong> the items or<br />

group <strong>of</strong> items <strong>of</strong> work for every week that the whole <strong>of</strong> the work in respect <strong>of</strong> the item or group<br />

<strong>of</strong> items <strong>of</strong> works concerned remains incomplete even though the contract as a whole be<br />

completed by the latest dates specified in the contract.<br />

Provided always that the entire amount <strong>of</strong> liquidated damages to be paid under the provisions <strong>of</strong><br />

this clause shall not exceed 10% (ten percent) <strong>of</strong> the estimated cost <strong>of</strong> the work as shown in the<br />

tender.<br />

The amount <strong>of</strong> liquidated damages may be adjusted or set <strong>of</strong>f against any sum payable to the<br />

Contractor under this or any other contract<br />

Buffer period<br />

No liquidated damages will be levied if the work is completed within two weeks after the due<br />

date <strong>of</strong> the completion. However on the expiry <strong>of</strong> the Buffer Period if the work remains<br />

incomplete in any respect the time for levying liquidated damages as per the above clause shall<br />

be reckoned from the stipulated date <strong>of</strong> completion as per contract without considering the<br />

buffer period.<br />

7. Store and Materials<br />

The Contractor shall at his own expense supply all stores and materials required <strong>of</strong> the contract<br />

other than those listed in schedule B which may be provided by E.C.I.L. at the rates detailed<br />

there in subject to their availability at the place <strong>of</strong> issue indicated therein. The Corporation shall<br />

not be responsible for any loss due to non-supply or late supply <strong>of</strong> any <strong>of</strong> the materials<br />

mentioned in Schedule ‘B’. For all stores and materials to be supplied by the Contractor shall if<br />

required by the Engineer-in-Charge furnish him pro<strong>of</strong> to his satisfaction that the stores and<br />

materials comply with the specifications <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in charge.<br />

The Contractor shall at his own expense and without delay supply samples all materials<br />

proposed to be used in the execution <strong>of</strong> the work for the approval <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in-Charge<br />

who may reject materials not corresponding either in quality or character to the approved<br />


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In the case <strong>of</strong> stores provide under the Schedule ‘B’ the Contractor shall bear the cost <strong>of</strong><br />

loading, transporting to site, unloading, storing under the cover as required, assembling and<br />

jointing the several parts together as necessary and incorporating and fixing these stores and<br />

materials in the works including all preparatory work <strong>of</strong> whatever description that may be<br />

required and closing, preparing, loading and returning empty cases or containers or the place <strong>of</strong><br />

issue without any extra charge.<br />

All materials required for the work are to be deposited by the contractor only at places to be<br />

indicated by the Engineer-in-charge.<br />

Where in accordance with the contract stipulations certain stores and materials (for<br />

in<strong>corporation</strong> in the works) are to be issued to the Contractor by the E.C.I.L. as detailed<br />

under the Schedule ‘B’ such items will be issued only to the extent required for the actual<br />

completion <strong>of</strong> the work as stipulated in the contract. The decision <strong>of</strong> the Head, ESD regarding<br />

quantities to be issued as above shall be final and binding on Contractor.<br />

In regard to the materials which may be issued to the contractor by E.C.I.L. the contractor shall<br />

give the Engineer-in-Charge reasonable notice in writing <strong>of</strong> his requirements <strong>of</strong> such materials<br />

and on the approval <strong>of</strong> demand being notified to him he shall make immediate arrangements for<br />

drawing the same. Such materials shall be transported by the contractor at his own expense<br />

direct from the place <strong>of</strong> issue to the site <strong>of</strong> the works, unless prior written approval is obtained<br />

from Engineer-in-charge to take them to store and workshop are elsewhere. Contractor shall<br />

have to build a weatherpro<strong>of</strong> shed for the storage <strong>of</strong> cement.<br />

If materials brought by the contractor are found not conforming to specifications by the<br />

Engineer-in-Charge the same shall be rejected and such rejected materials shall be removed<br />

within 24 hours.<br />

The Engineer-in-Charge shall have the power at any time to inspect and examine any stores or<br />

materials intended to be used in or on the works, whether on the site or any factory or workshop<br />

or other place where the same are lying and the contractor shall give necessary facilities for<br />

such inspection and examination.<br />

The Engineer-in-Charge shall be entitled to have tests made on any stores or materials supplied<br />

by the contractor who shall provide at his own expense all facilities which the Engineer-in-<br />

Charge may require for this purpose. If at the discretion <strong>of</strong> the Engineer In-Charge an<br />

independent expert is employed to make any such test, his charges shall be borne by the<br />

contractor only if the test discloses that the said stores or materials are not in accordance with<br />

the provision <strong>of</strong> the contract.<br />

Head, ESD should consider at any time during the Construction or reconstruction, or prior to the<br />

expiry <strong>of</strong> the maintenance period, that the stores or materials provided by the contractor are<br />

unsound, or <strong>of</strong> a quality inferior to that contract or, for otherwise not in accordance with the<br />

contract (in respect where <strong>of</strong> the decision <strong>of</strong> the Head ESD shall be final and conclusive) the<br />

contractor shall on demand in writing from the Head, ESD specifying the stores or materials<br />

complained <strong>of</strong>, notwithstanding that the same may have been inadvertently passed certified and<br />

paid for, forthwith remove the stores or materials so specified and provide other proper and<br />

suitable stores or materials at his won expense to the entire satisfaction <strong>of</strong> the Head ESD and in<br />

the event <strong>of</strong> the failing to do so<br />

with a period to be specified by the Head ESD in his demand aforesaid, the Head ESD may<br />

replace with others, stores materials complained <strong>of</strong>, at the risk and expense in all respects <strong>of</strong> the<br />

Contractor. The liability <strong>of</strong> the contractor under this condition shall not extend beyond the<br />

maintenance period aforesaid except as regards stores or materials which the Head ESD shall<br />

have previously given notice to the contractor to replace (maintenance period for the work under

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this contact will be 12 months from the date actual completion <strong>of</strong> the particular work and handing<br />

over to Electronics Corporation <strong>of</strong> India Limited.<br />

All stores and materials brought to the site shall become and remain the property <strong>of</strong> E.C.I.L. and<br />

shall not be removed from the site without the prior written approval <strong>of</strong> the Head ESD. However,<br />

when the work is finally completed, the Contractor shall at his own expense forthwith remove<br />

from the site all surplus stores and material originally supplied by him and up on such removal,<br />

the same shall revert in and become the property <strong>of</strong> the Contractor, All E.C.I.L. stores and<br />

materials issued to the Contractor for in<strong>corporation</strong> or fixing in the work and which, making due<br />

allowance for reasonable wear and tear/or waste, have not on completion <strong>of</strong> the works been so<br />

incorporated or fixed, shall be returnable by the contractor at his own expense to the place <strong>of</strong><br />

issue. The contractor shall be responsible for all wastages and such have to be borne by<br />

contractor at issue rates.<br />

If in the opinion <strong>of</strong> the Head ESD (which shall be final and conclusive) any stores supplied by<br />

E.C.I.L. have either currency <strong>of</strong> the work or after completion <strong>of</strong> the work whilst under the custody<br />

<strong>of</strong> the contractor become damaged to such an extent that they cannot be usefully utilized, either<br />

in the same work, or in other works, the Head ESD shall not accept the stores and in the event<br />

<strong>of</strong> his so rejecting, the Contractor shall be charged for the said stores at a rate fixed by the<br />

accepting <strong>of</strong>ficer. The Contractor shall not be entitled to any claim whatsoever on this account.<br />

8. Patent rights<br />

The Contractor shall fully indemnify E.C.I.L. or the agent, servant <strong>of</strong> employee <strong>of</strong> E.C.I.L. against<br />

any action, claim <strong>of</strong> proceedings relating to infringement or the use <strong>of</strong> any patent <strong>of</strong> design rights<br />

and shall pay any royalties which may be payable in respect <strong>of</strong> articles or part there <strong>of</strong> including<br />

the contract. In the event <strong>of</strong> any claims being made or action brought against E.C.I.L. or any<br />

agent, or servant <strong>of</strong> employee <strong>of</strong> E.C.I.L. in respect <strong>of</strong> any <strong>of</strong> the matters aforesaid, the<br />

Contractor shall immediately be notified there<strong>of</strong> for taking necessary action provided that<br />

payment <strong>of</strong> indemnity shall not apply when such infringement has taken place in complying with<br />

the specific directions issued by the E.C.I.L. but the contractor shall pay any royalties payable in<br />

respect <strong>of</strong> any such use.<br />

9. Royalties<br />

Royalties fixed form time to time as per prevalent local rules will be recovered for materials<br />

which the Contractor may be allowed to remove from quarries situated on land which is in the<br />

charge <strong>of</strong> E.C.I.L. Authorities.<br />

10. Delay and Extension <strong>of</strong> Time<br />

The Contractor must follow the Construction Schedule attached to the tender or as discussed<br />

and amended from time to time by the Engineer-in-Charge at all stages <strong>of</strong> the work. If at any<br />

stage, any item is delayed, the Engineer-in-Charge reserves the right to employ his own labour<br />

and technicians to expedite the work at the risk and cost <strong>of</strong> the Contractor.<br />

It is agreed if the works are delayed(a) by force majeure or (b) reasons <strong>of</strong> any exceptionally<br />

inclement weather or (c) by reasons <strong>of</strong> loss or damage by extensive fire not caused by any act<br />

<strong>of</strong> default on the part <strong>of</strong> Contractor, by earthquake or civil commotion strikes or lockouts<br />

affecting any <strong>of</strong> the trades employed upon the works, then in any case the Engineer-in-Charge<br />

shall make a fair and reasonable extension <strong>of</strong> time for completion <strong>of</strong> the works: Upon<br />

happening <strong>of</strong> any such event causing delay the contractor shall immediately give notice there<strong>of</strong><br />

in writing the E.C.I.L. and the E.C.I.L. in all<br />

such eventualities agrees without accepting any contractual obligation in this behalf to assist the<br />

contractor to the utmost possible extent to meet the situation or situations, if no such notice is<br />

given within five days <strong>of</strong> happening <strong>of</strong> such event, no consideration for extra time on this<br />

account will be given.

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However no claim for damages <strong>of</strong> compensation will be entertained on this account and the<br />

decision <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in-Charge for the details and drawings sufficiently in advance in writing<br />

and no claim for delay will be allowed on this account.<br />

11. Tools Plant and Equipment<br />

The Contractor shall at his own expenses, Supply tools, plant and equipment (hereinafter<br />

referred to as T & P) required for the execution <strong>of</strong> the contract other than those listed in the<br />

Schedule ‘C’ which subject to their availability may be hired by E.C.I.L. to the Contractor or<br />

issued free for use in the execution <strong>of</strong> the works, as specified in the tender documents. A<br />

monthly detailed statement <strong>of</strong> hire charges incurred in respect <strong>of</strong> E.C.I.L. tools plat and<br />

equipment etc., shall be given to the contractor by the Engineer-in-Charge.<br />

All tools, plant and equipment brought to the site for execution <strong>of</strong> the works under this contract<br />

shall not be removed from the site without the prior written approval <strong>of</strong> the head ESD when the<br />

work is finally completed or the contract is determined for reasons other than the default <strong>of</strong> the<br />

contract the Contractor shall forthwith remove from the site all tools, plant and equipment.<br />

12. a) Assignment or Transfer <strong>of</strong> Contract<br />

The Contractor shall not, without the prior written approval <strong>of</strong> the Accepting Officer assign or<br />

transfer the contract or any part there<strong>of</strong> any share, or interest therein to any other person. No<br />

sum <strong>of</strong> money which may become payable under the contract shall be payable to any person<br />

other than the Contractor unless the prior written approval <strong>of</strong> the Accepting Officer to the<br />

assignment or transfer <strong>of</strong> such money is given.<br />

b) Sub-contract” The Contractor shall not sub-let any portion <strong>of</strong> the contract without the prior<br />

written approval <strong>of</strong> the Accepting Officer<br />

13. Compliance to Regulations and By-laws<br />

The Contractor shall confirm to the provisions <strong>of</strong> any Statute relating to the work any regulations<br />

and bye-laws <strong>of</strong> any local authority and <strong>of</strong> any water and lighting companies or undertakings<br />

with whose system the work is proposed to be connected. He shall, before making any<br />

variations from the drawings <strong>of</strong> the specifications that may be necessitated for such connections<br />

give the Head, ESD notice specifying the variation proposed to be made the reasons therefore<br />

and shall not carry out any such variation until he has received instructions from the Head, ESD<br />

in respect there<strong>of</strong>. The contractor shall be bound to given all notice required by statute<br />

regulations or bye-laws as aforesaid and to pay all fees and taxes payable to any authority in<br />

respect there<strong>of</strong>.<br />

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14. Orders under the Contract<br />

All orders, notices etc., to be under the contract shall be in writing, typescript or printed and if<br />

sent by registered post to the address given in the tender <strong>of</strong> the Contractor, shall be deemed to<br />

have served on the date when in the ordinary course they would have been delivered to him.<br />

The Contractor shall carry out without delay all orders given to him.<br />

15. Admission to Site<br />

The Contractor shall not enter or (other than for inspection purpose) take possession <strong>of</strong> the site<br />

unless permitted to do so by the Head, ESD. The positions <strong>of</strong> the site to be occupied by the<br />

Contractor will be clearly defined and marked on the site plan and the Contractor will on no<br />

account be allowed to extend his operations beyond these areas.

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The Contractor shall provide if necessary or required at the site temporary access thereto and<br />

shall alter, modify and maintain the same at required from time to time. He shall take out and<br />

clear away the access route when no longer required restoring the area to its original conditions.<br />

The Head ESD shall have power to execute other works (Whether or not connected with the<br />

works in the contract agreement0 on the site simultaneously with the execution <strong>of</strong> the original<br />

work and the Contractor shall give reasonable facilities for this purpose.<br />

Electronics Corporation <strong>of</strong> India Limited reserves the right <strong>of</strong> taking over, at any time any portion<br />

<strong>of</strong> the site which they may require and the Contractor shall at his own expense clear such<br />

portion forthwith. No photographs <strong>of</strong> the site or <strong>of</strong> the works or any part there<strong>of</strong> shall be taken<br />

published or otherwise circulated, without the prior approval <strong>of</strong> the Head ESD.<br />

No such approval shall however exempt the Contractor from complying with any statutory<br />

provisions, in regard to the taking and publication <strong>of</strong> such photographs.<br />

E.C.I.L. <strong>of</strong>ficials connected with the contract shall have the right <strong>of</strong> entry to the site at all times.<br />

Head ESD shall have the power to exclude from the site any person whose admission there to<br />

may, in his opinion be undesirable blue to aby reason whatsoever.<br />

16. Contractor’s Supervision<br />

The Contractor shall either himself supervise the execution or the Contractor shall appoint a<br />

competent agent approved by the Head, ESD to act instead.<br />

The Contractor shall employ an Engineer/Agent having technical qualification which in the<br />

opinion <strong>of</strong> the Head, ESD are adequate <strong>of</strong> receiving instruction <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in-Charge and <strong>of</strong><br />

executing the works to the satifications <strong>of</strong> Engineer-in-Charge.<br />

The Engineer/Agent is to be appointed by the contractor by registered deeds <strong>of</strong> power <strong>of</strong><br />

Attorney and all acts or things done by the said Engineer / Agent shall be binding on the<br />

Contractor and the Contractor shall be liable for all acts or things done by his Engineer/Agent.<br />

If the Contractor fails to appoint a suitable Engineer/Agent as aforesaid, the Head ESD shall<br />

have full powers to suspend the execution <strong>of</strong> works and stop payment <strong>of</strong> any advances that may<br />

have become due until such date as a suitable Engineer/Agent is appointed and the Contractor<br />

shall be held responsible for the delay caused to the work and not extension <strong>of</strong> time on this<br />

account shall be given to him stipulated in condition (10) above.<br />

Orders given to the Contractor’s Engineer/Agent shall be considered to have the same force as<br />

if they had given to the Contractor himself.<br />

The Contractor or his agent shall be in attendance at the site during all working hours and shall<br />

supervise the execution <strong>of</strong> the works with such additional assistance in each trade as the Head,<br />

ESD may consider necessary.<br />

The Contractor <strong>of</strong> his authorized agent shall attend, when required and without making any<br />

claim for doing so, either the <strong>of</strong>fice <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in-Charge or the work site to receive<br />

instructions.<br />

The Head ESD or his authorized representative shall have full powers, and without assigning<br />

any reasons to order the Contractor immediately to cease to employ in connection with this<br />

contract any agent, servant, or employee who is found to be incompetent or misconducts<br />

himself and whose continued employment, in his opinion, is undesirable. The Contract shall not<br />

be allowed any compensation on this account. In case, the Contractor fails to comply with this<br />

instruction, the Engineer-in-Charge has the right to employ another person at the risk and cost<br />

<strong>of</strong> the Contractor.<br />

17.Labour<br />

The Contractor shall employ labour in sufficient number to maintain the required rate <strong>of</strong> progress<br />

and the quality required to ensured workmanship <strong>of</strong> the degree required by the specifications<br />

and the entire satisfaction <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in-Charge.

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The Contractor shall remain liable for the payment <strong>of</strong> all wages, other moneys to his work<br />

people or employees under the payment <strong>of</strong> wages Act. 1936, Employees liabilities Act, 1938,<br />

Workman’s Compensation Act. 1923 or any other Acts or enactment relating thereto and rules<br />

framed there-under-from time to time. The Contractor shall work only on and during the hours <strong>of</strong><br />

working day, unless he obtains the prior written approval <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in-Charge to do<br />

otherwise. If such approval is given no liability in respect <strong>of</strong> any excess cost arising there from<br />

shall be incurred by E.C.I.L. He shall not work at night or on a weekly holiday or authorized<br />

holidays (as declared previously by Head ESD)<br />

18. Accommodation <strong>of</strong> Labour<br />

The Contractor shall during the progress <strong>of</strong> the work, provide, erect and maintain at his own<br />

expense and to approved standards and scales, all necessary temporary living bazaar and<br />

sanitary accommodation required for his work-people on the site in connection with the<br />

execution <strong>of</strong> the works and also arrange for supply <strong>of</strong> wholesome drinking water, for his people.<br />

The planning, setting, layout and erection <strong>of</strong> these temporary building shall be approved by the<br />

Engineer-in-Charge and the whole <strong>of</strong> such temporary accommodation shall at all times during<br />

the progress <strong>of</strong> the work be kept tidy and in a clean and sanitary condition to the entire<br />

satisfaction <strong>of</strong> Engineer-in-Charge and at the Contractor’s expense. The contractor shall<br />

conform generally to the sanitary requirements <strong>of</strong> the local, medical and health authorities and at<br />

all times adopt such precautions as may be necessary to prevent soil pollution <strong>of</strong> the site.<br />

On completion <strong>of</strong> the work all such temporary buildings shall be cleared away, all rubbish bunt<br />

excreta or other disposal pits or trenches filled in and effectively sealed <strong>of</strong>f and the whole <strong>of</strong> the<br />

site left clean and tidy to the entire satisfaction <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in-Charge, and at the<br />

Contractors expense.<br />

19. Anti Malaria Precaution<br />

The Contractor shall, at his own expense, conform to all anti-malarial instructions given to him<br />

by the Engineer-in-Charge including to filling up <strong>of</strong> borrow pits.<br />

20. Conservancy<br />

The Contractor shall at his own expense carry out all instructions issued to him by the Engineerin-Charge<br />

to affect a proper disposal <strong>of</strong> right soil and other conservancy work in respect <strong>of</strong> the<br />

contractor’s work-people <strong>of</strong> his employees on the site.<br />

The Contractor will bear the cost <strong>of</strong> any charges levied by the local authorities for the execution<br />

<strong>of</strong> such wok on his behalf.<br />

21. Nuisance<br />

The Contractor shall not at any time do cause or permit any nuisance on the site or do anything<br />

which may cause-unnecessary disturbance or inconvenience to owners, tenants or occupiers <strong>of</strong><br />

other properties near the site to the public generally and shall secure the efficient protection <strong>of</strong><br />

all streams and waterways against pollution.<br />

22. Water<br />

The Contractor shall allow in his tender and provide at his cost all water required for the works<br />

or his employees on the work, together with all pipes and fittings or other means that may be<br />

necessary or required to ensure a proper and ample supply <strong>of</strong> water for all purposes connected<br />

with the work.<br />

In the event <strong>of</strong> a provision existing in the Tender Documents for supply <strong>of</strong> water on payment, by<br />

E.C.I.L. water will be supplied from the E.C.I.L. supply system, or other sources at any points<br />

fixed by the Head ESD on the site <strong>of</strong> work. The Contractor shall make necessary arrangements<br />

for lifting, pumping, carry or conveying the water as required at his own cost. The levy <strong>of</strong> water

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charges to be borne by the Contractor in such cases shall be specifically mentioned in the<br />

Tender Documents.<br />

23. Temporary Workshops, Stores Etc.<br />

The Contractor shall, during the progress <strong>of</strong> the works, provide, erect and maintain at his own<br />

expenses all necessary temporary workshops, stores, <strong>of</strong>fices, etc., required for the proper and<br />

efficient execution <strong>of</strong> work. The planning, siting and erection <strong>of</strong> these buildings shall have the<br />

approval <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in-Charge and the Contractor shall at all times keep them tidy and in a<br />

clean and sanitary condition to the entire satisfaction <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in-Charge. On completion<br />

<strong>of</strong> the work all such temporary buildings shall be cleared away and the site restored and left in a<br />

clean and tidy condition to the entire satisfaction <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in-Charge.<br />

24. Precautions against Risk.<br />

The Contractor shall be responsible for providing, at his own expense, for all precautions to<br />

prevent loss or damage from any all risks and to minimize the amount <strong>of</strong> any such loss or<br />

damage and for the necessary steps to be taken for the said prupose until the works have been<br />

handed over complete in all respects to the Engineer-in-Charge.<br />

The Contractor shall provide all watchmen, necessary for the protection <strong>of</strong> the site. The works,<br />

the materials, tools, plants and equipment and anything else lying on the site during the<br />

progress <strong>of</strong> the work. He shall solely be responsible for an shall take all reasonable and proper<br />

steps for protecting, securing, lighting and watching all places on or about the works and the site<br />

which may be dangerous to any person whomsoever.<br />

25. Notice and Fees<br />

The Contractors shall give all notices required by any statutory provision or by the regulations<br />

and/or bye-laws <strong>of</strong> any local authority and or <strong>of</strong> any public service, company or authority<br />

affected by the works or with whose systems the same are or will be connected. The contractor<br />

shall pay and indemnify E.C.I.L. against any fees and charges demandable by law under such<br />

Acts, Regulation and bye-laws I respect <strong>of</strong> the works and shall make and supply all drawings<br />

and plans required in connection with any such notice.<br />

26. Setting out <strong>of</strong> the Works and protecting and maintaining signals and marks<br />

The Engineer-in-Charge shall supply dimensioned drawing, levels and other information<br />

necessary to enable the Contractor to set out the works. The Contractor shall at his own<br />

expense setout accurately according to the drawings and figured dimension thereon, all the<br />

works comprised in the contract and any extra or additions thereto and shall be solely<br />

responsible for their being so set out and executed.<br />

27. Site Drainage<br />

All water that may accumulate on the site during the progress <strong>of</strong> the work, or in trenches and<br />

excavation shall be the entire satisfaction <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in-Charge and at Contractor’s<br />

expense.<br />

28. Excavations, Relics etc.,<br />

Material <strong>of</strong> any kind obtained from excavation on the site shall remain the property <strong>of</strong> E.C.I.L.<br />

and shall be disposed <strong>of</strong>f as the Engineer-in-Charge.<br />

All gold, silver, oil and other minerals <strong>of</strong> any description and all precious stones, coins,<br />

treasures, relics, antiquities and other similar item which may be found in or upon the site shall<br />

be the property <strong>of</strong> the E.C.I.L. and the Contractor shall dully preserve the same to the<br />

satisfaction <strong>of</strong> E.C.I.L. and shall from time to time deliver the same to such person or persons as<br />

the E.C.I.L. may appoint to receive the same.

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29. Foundations<br />

The Contractor shall not lay any foundations until the excavation for the same have been<br />

examined and approved in writing by the Engineer-in-Charge.<br />

30. Covering up work<br />

The Contractor shall give reasonable notice in writing to the Engineer-in-charge whenever any<br />

work are to be permanently covered up or placed beyond reach <strong>of</strong> measurement whether by<br />

earth or other means so that it can be finally inspected or measured in default <strong>of</strong> so doing the<br />

Contractor shall, if required by the Engineer-in-charge uncover such works at his own expenses,<br />

failing which no payment or allowance shall be made for such works or the materials with which<br />

the same was executed.<br />

31. Approval <strong>of</strong> works by stages<br />

All works exceeding more than one progress shall be subject to examination and approval at<br />

each stage there<strong>of</strong> and the Contractor shall give due notice in writing to the Engineer-in-charge<br />

when each stage is ready. In default <strong>of</strong> such notice being received, Engineer-in-charge shall be<br />

entitled to disallow the whole works or any part there<strong>of</strong>, at any time he may choose and in the<br />

event <strong>of</strong> any despite the decision <strong>of</strong> the Head, ESD thereon shall be final and conclusive.<br />

32. Execution <strong>of</strong> the work<br />

The work shall be executed in a workman like manner and to the satisfaction, in all respects, <strong>of</strong><br />

the Engineer-in-charge.<br />

The Engineer-in-charge will communicate or confirm his instructions to the Contractor in respect<br />

<strong>of</strong> the execution <strong>of</strong> the works in a work site order book maintained at his <strong>of</strong>fice and the<br />

Contractor shall visit this <strong>of</strong>fice daily and shall confirm receipt <strong>of</strong> such instructions by signing the<br />

relevant entries in this book. Such entries will rank as orders or notices in writing within the<br />

intent and meaning <strong>of</strong> these conditions. Failure or refusal to sign the book does not absolve the<br />

Contractor <strong>of</strong> his responsibilities to give effect to any orders noted therein.<br />

33. Day Work:<br />

No day work shall be performed without the peior written instructions <strong>of</strong> the Accepting Officer.<br />

The Contractor shall give to the Engineer-in-charge reasonable notice <strong>of</strong> the start <strong>of</strong> any work<br />

order to be executed by day-work and shall deliver to the Engineer-in-charge within two days <strong>of</strong><br />

the end <strong>of</strong> each pay week a return in duplicate giving full detailed accounts <strong>of</strong> labour and<br />

materials for that pay-week. One copy <strong>of</strong> each <strong>of</strong> these returns, if found correct, will be certified<br />

by the Engineer-in-charge and returned to the Contractor and must be produced at the time <strong>of</strong><br />

adjustment <strong>of</strong> accounts.<br />

An Invoice in duplicate signed by the Contractor or his Agent shall be sent with each delivery <strong>of</strong><br />

materials for day-work and the Contractor will be furnished with a receipt signed by the<br />

Engineer-in-Charge specifying the description, qualities, weight or measurement (as the case<br />

may be) <strong>of</strong> the article approved. Reference will be made to this receipt in the return aforesaid<br />

and the receipt itself if to be produced in support <strong>of</strong> the Contractor’s bills.<br />

In the case <strong>of</strong> lump sum contracts, the rates to be charged and the percentage addition for pr<strong>of</strong>it<br />

and establishment charges etc, will be agreed upon between the Accepting Officer and the<br />

Contractor prior to the execution <strong>of</strong> the works.<br />

34. Inspection <strong>of</strong> the Works<br />

The Engineer-in-charge shall have power at any time to inspect and examine any part <strong>of</strong> the<br />

works and the Contractor shall give such facilities as may be required to be given for such<br />

inspection and examination.<br />

Should the Head ESD consider at any time during the construction or reconstruction or prior to<br />

the expiry <strong>of</strong> the maintenance period 12months that any work has been executed with unsound,<br />

imperfect or unskilled workmanship or <strong>of</strong> a quality inferior to that contracted for or not otherwise

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in accordance with the contract (in respect where <strong>of</strong> the decision <strong>of</strong> the Head ESD shall be final<br />

and conclusive) the contract shall, on demand in writing from the head ESD specifying the fault<br />

not with standing that the same may have been inadvertently passed, certified and paid for, forth<br />

with rectify or remove and reconstruct the work so specified in whole or in part as the case may<br />

require at his own expenses to the entire satisfaction <strong>of</strong> the Head ESD and in the event <strong>of</strong> his<br />

falling to do so within a period to be specified by the risk and expense in all respect <strong>of</strong> the<br />

contractor. However, the liability <strong>of</strong> the contractor under this condition shall not extend beyond<br />

the maintenance period except as regards workmanship which the Head ESD shall have<br />

previously given notice <strong>of</strong> to the Contractor to rectify.<br />

35. Responsibility for Building<br />

In the event <strong>of</strong> any buildings, or part <strong>of</strong> any building, being handed over to the Contractor for the<br />

execution <strong>of</strong> work thereto under the provision <strong>of</strong> the contract, he shall give a written receipt for<br />

all fixtures, glass etc. and he shall be required to make good at his own expense all damages<br />

resulting from any clause whatsoever while in his charge and on completion <strong>of</strong> the works to<br />

deliver up the said building or part there<strong>of</strong> in a clean state complete in every particular to the<br />

entire satisfaction <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in-charges.<br />

36. Insurance <strong>of</strong> works against any damage and loss due to fire, tempest, floods, earthquake, riot,<br />

civil war, insurrection and against damage by air-craft.<br />

The contractor shall within one month after the date <strong>of</strong> acceptance <strong>of</strong> the contract, in sure the<br />

works against loss and damage by fire, tempest floods, earthquake, riots, civil war, insurrection<br />

and against damage by aircraft with an insurance <strong>of</strong>fice approved by the Accepting <strong>of</strong>ficer Such<br />

insurance shall be effected in the name <strong>of</strong> ECIL and shall be for the full value <strong>of</strong> the contract<br />

sum. The Contractor shall lodge with the ECIL the policies and receipts <strong>of</strong> the premium for such<br />

insurance and shall maintain such policies in force until the entire completion <strong>of</strong> the works as<br />

certified by the Head, ESD.<br />

If the contractor fails to comply with the terms <strong>of</strong> this condition the Accepting Officer may insure<br />

the works and may deduct the amount <strong>of</strong> premium from any money that may become payable to<br />

the contractor or may at his discretion refuse payment <strong>of</strong> any advances to the Contractor until<br />

the Contractor shall have complied with the terms <strong>of</strong> the condition.<br />

Such insurance whether affected by the Accepting Officer or the Contractor shall not be a limit to<br />

bar to the liability and the obligation <strong>of</strong> the Contractor to complete the entire work in all respects<br />

as certified by the Head ESD<br />

In case <strong>of</strong> such any loss or damage as aforesaid, the money payable under such insurance shall<br />

be received and may be retained by the ECIL until the work is finally completed and shall then<br />

be credited to the Contractor in the final settlement <strong>of</strong> accounts in the event <strong>of</strong> his contract not<br />

having been previously cancelled under these conditions.<br />

37. Damage and loss to private property and injury to workmen<br />

The Contractor shall at his own expense reinstate and make good to the satisfaction the Head,<br />

ESD and pay compensation for any injury loss or damage occasioned to any property or rights<br />

whatever including property and right <strong>of</strong> ECIL (or agents, servants or employees <strong>of</strong> ECIL) the<br />

injury loss or damage arising out <strong>of</strong> or in any way in connection with the execution or proposed<br />

execution <strong>of</strong> the contract and further contract or shall indemnify ECIL against all claims<br />

enforceable against ECIL any agent, servant or employee <strong>of</strong> ECIL or which would be so<br />

enforceable against ECIL were ECIL a private person, in respect <strong>of</strong> any such injury (Including<br />

injury resulting in death), loss or damage to any person whosoever or property including all<br />

claims which may arise under the Workmen’s Compensation Act or otherwise.

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38. Use <strong>of</strong> Explosives<br />

Shall not be used on the works or on the sites by the Contractor without the previous permission<br />

<strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in-Charge and then only in the manner and to the extent permitted by him.<br />

When explosives are required for any work the same shall be stored in a special magazine to be<br />

provided by and at the cost <strong>of</strong> the Contractor in accordance with the law relating to the<br />

possession and storage <strong>of</strong> explosives for the time being in force. The Contractor shall forth with<br />

obtain a license recurred by such law f storage and use <strong>of</strong> explosives and all operations in which<br />

or for which explosives are employed. Shall be at the sole risk and responsibility <strong>of</strong> the<br />

Contractor and the Contractor shall fully and effectually indemnity the E.C.I.L. in all respects<br />

there<strong>of</strong>.<br />

39. Reporting <strong>of</strong> Accidents to Labour<br />

The Contractor shall be responsible for the safety <strong>of</strong> all employees or workmen employed or<br />

engaged by him on and in connection with the works and shall forthwith report to the Head ESD<br />

<strong>of</strong> Engineer-in-Charge all cases <strong>of</strong> serious accidents to them or any one <strong>of</strong> them, howsoever<br />

caused and whenever occurring on the work, and shall make adequate arrangements for<br />

rendering all possible aids to the victims <strong>of</strong> the accidents.<br />

40. Completion<br />

The works shall be completed to the entire satisfaction <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in-charge and in<br />

accordance with the approved constructions Schedule. All unused stores and materials, tools,<br />

plant, equipment, temporary buildings and things, shall be removed and the site and the work<br />

cleaned <strong>of</strong> rubbish and all waste materials and delivered up clean and tidy to the satisfaction <strong>of</strong><br />

the Engineer-in-charge at the contractor’s expense on or before the scheduled date <strong>of</strong><br />

completion.<br />

The ECIL shall have the power to take over from the contractor from time to time such section <strong>of</strong><br />

the works as have been completed to the satisfaction <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in-Charge.<br />

The head ESD shall also certify to the Contractor the date on which the work is completed and<br />

the stage there <strong>of</strong>.<br />

The Head ESD shall also certify to the Contractor the stage <strong>of</strong> work at the end <strong>of</strong> the<br />

maintenance period where applicable.<br />

41. Laws governing the contract<br />

This contract shall be governed by the Indian Laws for the time being in force.<br />

41.A. Cancellation <strong>of</strong> contract for corrupts Acts<br />

The Accepting Officer, whose decision shall be final and conclusive shall without prejudice to<br />

any other right or remedy which shall have accrued or shall accrue thereafter to ECIL cancel the<br />

contract in any <strong>of</strong> the following cases an dthe Contractor shall be liable to make payment to<br />

ECIL for any loss or damage resulting from any such cancellation to the same extent as<br />

provided in the case <strong>of</strong> cancellation for default.<br />

If the Contractor shall<br />

a) Offer or give or agree to give to any person in ECIL service any gift or any consideration <strong>of</strong><br />

any kind as an inducement or reward for doing or for bearing to do or for having done or for<br />

borne to do any act in relation to the obtaining or execution <strong>of</strong> this and any other contract for<br />

ECIL or<br />

b) Enter into a contract with ECIL in connection with which commission has been paid or<br />

agreed to be paid by him or with his knowledge, unless the particulars <strong>of</strong> any such<br />

commission and the terms <strong>of</strong> payment there<strong>of</strong> have previously been disclosed in writing to<br />

the Accepting Officer, or

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c) Obtain a contract with ECIL as result <strong>of</strong> ring tendering or by non-bonafied methods <strong>of</strong><br />

competitive tendering without first disclosing the fact in writing to the Accepting Officer, or<br />

d) Misrepresent any fact while tendering for any work or create conditions favorable for<br />

acceptance <strong>of</strong> his tender<br />

41.B. Cancellation <strong>of</strong> contract for insolvency, assignment for transfer or sub-letting <strong>of</strong> contract<br />

The Accepting Officer without produce to any other right or remedy which shall have accrued or<br />

shall thereafter to ECIL shall cancel the contract in any <strong>of</strong> the following cases.<br />

If the Contractor<br />

a) Being an individual, or if a firm any partner there <strong>of</strong> shall at any time be adjudged bankrupt or<br />

have a perceiving order or order for administration <strong>of</strong> his estate made against him or shall take<br />

any proceedings for liquidation <strong>of</strong> a compensation under any Bankruptcy Act for the time being<br />

in force or make any conveyance or assignment <strong>of</strong> his effects <strong>of</strong> composition or arrangement for<br />

the benefit <strong>of</strong> his creditors or propose to do so, or if any application be made under Bankruptcy<br />

act for the time being in force for the sequestration <strong>of</strong> his estate or if a trust deed be granted by<br />

him on behalf <strong>of</strong> his creditors, or<br />

b) Being a company, shall pass a resolution or the court shall make an order for the liquidation <strong>of</strong><br />

its affairs, or a receiver or manage on behalf <strong>of</strong> the debenture holders to appoint a receiver <strong>of</strong><br />

manager or<br />

c) Assigns, transfers, sublets or attempts to assign, transfer or subject any portion <strong>of</strong> the work<br />

without the prior written approval <strong>of</strong> the accepting <strong>of</strong>ficer.<br />

Whenever the Accepting <strong>of</strong>ficer exercises his authority to cancel the contract under this<br />

condition, he may complete the works by any means at the contractor’s risk and expenses<br />

provided always that in the event <strong>of</strong> cost <strong>of</strong> completion (as certified by Head ESD which is final<br />

and conclusive) being less than the contract cost, the advantage shall accrue to the ECIL and<br />

that if the cost <strong>of</strong> completing exceeds the money due to the contractor the contractor shall either<br />

pay the excess amount ordered by the Head ESD or the same shall be recovered from th4e<br />

contractor by other means.<br />

In case the ECIL completes the work under the provisions <strong>of</strong> the condition the cost <strong>of</strong> such<br />

completion to be taken into account in determining the excess cost to be charged to contractor<br />

under this condition shall consist <strong>of</strong> the cost <strong>of</strong> the materials purchased and or labour provided<br />

by the ECIL with an addition <strong>of</strong> such percentage to cover superintendence and establishment<br />

charges as may be decided by the Head ESD whose decision shall be final and conclusive.<br />

42. Cancellation <strong>of</strong> Contract in part or in full for contractor’s Default<br />

If the Contractor<br />

a) Make default in commencing the work within a reasonable time from the date <strong>of</strong> handling<br />

over <strong>of</strong> the site and continues in that state after a reasonable notice from Head ESD or<br />

b) In the opinion <strong>of</strong> the Head ESD at any time, whether before or after the date or extended<br />

date for completion, makes default in proceeding with the work. With due diligence and continues in that<br />

state after a reasonable notice from Head ESD, or<br />

c) Fails to comply with any <strong>of</strong> the terms and conditions <strong>of</strong> the contract before or after<br />

reasonable notice in writing orders properly issued there under or<br />

d) Fails to complete the works or items <strong>of</strong> work with individual dates for completion, and<br />

clear the site on or before the date <strong>of</strong> completion or fails to the achieve the progress as set out under<br />

clause 6 <strong>of</strong> these General Condition <strong>of</strong> Contract.<br />

The Accepting <strong>of</strong>fice may, without prejudice to any other right or remedy which shall have<br />

accrued or shall accrue thereafter to ECIL cancel the contract as a whole or in part there<strong>of</strong> or only such<br />

work or items <strong>of</strong> work in default from the contract. Whenever the Accepting Officer exercises his

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authority to cancel the contract as a whole or in part under this condition he may complete the works at<br />

the contractor’s risk and cost. Provided always that in the event <strong>of</strong> the cost <strong>of</strong> completion (as certified /<br />

Head ESD which is final and conclusive) being less that the contract cost, the advantage shall accrue to<br />

the ECIL. If the cost <strong>of</strong> completion exceeds the money due to the contractor under this contract, the<br />

contractor shall either pay excess amount ordered by Head ESD or the same shall be recovered from<br />

the contactors by other means<br />

In case if the ECIL complete the works or any part there<strong>of</strong> under the provision <strong>of</strong> this condition<br />

the cost <strong>of</strong> such completion to be taken into account in determining the excess cost to be charged to the<br />

contractor under this condition shall consist <strong>of</strong> the cost <strong>of</strong> material purchased and / or labour provided<br />

by the ECIL with an addition <strong>of</strong> such percentage to cover superintendence and establishment charges<br />

as may be decided by the Head ESD whose decision shall be final and conclusive.<br />

43. Termination <strong>of</strong> Contract for death<br />

Without prejudice to any <strong>of</strong> the rights or remedies under this contract if the contractor dies, the<br />

accepting <strong>of</strong>ficer shall have the option to terminate the contract without compensation to the contract.<br />

44. Special Powers <strong>of</strong> Determination<br />

If any time after the acceptance <strong>of</strong> the tender ECIL shall for any reason whatsoever not require<br />

the whole or any part <strong>of</strong> the works to be carried out the Head ESD shall give notice in writing <strong>of</strong> the fact<br />

to the contractor, who shall have no claim to any payment <strong>of</strong> compensation or otherwise howsoever on<br />

account <strong>of</strong> any pr<strong>of</strong>it or advantage which he might have derived from the execution <strong>of</strong> the work in full,<br />

which he did not derive in consequence <strong>of</strong> the fore closing <strong>of</strong> the work.<br />

He shall be paid at contract rates, for the full amount <strong>of</strong> the work executed including such<br />

additional works, e.g., cleaning <strong>of</strong> site, etc., as may be rendered necessary by the said foreclosing. He<br />

shall also be allowed a reasonable payment (as decided by the Accepting Officer) for any expenses<br />

sustained on account <strong>of</strong> materials collected at site but which could not utilized on the works, as verified<br />

by the Head ESD. Neither shall the contractor have any claim for compensation on account <strong>of</strong> any<br />

alteration having been made in the original specifications, drawings, designs and instruction, involving<br />

any curtailment <strong>of</strong> the work as originally contemplated.,<br />

45. Fair Wage<br />

a) The contractor shall pay not less than the “Fair Wage” to laborers engaged by him on the<br />

works.<br />

“Fair Wage” means wage whether for time or piece work notified at the time inviting tenders for<br />

the work and where such wages have not been so notified. The wage prescribed by the Head ESD for<br />

the stations at which the work is done.<br />

b) The contractor shall, notwithstanding the provision <strong>of</strong> any contract to the contrary, pay a<br />

“Fair Wage” to laborers indirectly engaged on the work, including any labour engaged by his subcontractors<br />

in connection with the said work, as if laborers had been directly employed by him.<br />

c) In respect <strong>of</strong> all labourers directly or indirectly employed in the works for the performance<br />

<strong>of</strong> the contractor’s part <strong>of</strong> this agreement, the Contractor shall comply with or cause to be complied with<br />

the ECIL contractors labour regulation in regard to payment <strong>of</strong> wages, wage period deduction from<br />

wages, recovery <strong>of</strong> wages not paid and deductions unauthorisedly made, maintenance <strong>of</strong> wage book<br />

slips, publication <strong>of</strong> scales <strong>of</strong> wages and other others <strong>of</strong> employment, inspection and submission <strong>of</strong><br />

periodical returns and all other matters <strong>of</strong> a like nature.<br />

d) The Head ESD concerned shall have the right to deduct from the money due to the<br />

contractor any sum required or estimated to be required for making good the loss suffered by a worker<br />

or workers b reason <strong>of</strong> non-fulfillment <strong>of</strong> the conditions <strong>of</strong> the contract or the benefit <strong>of</strong> the workers,<br />

nonpayment <strong>of</strong> wages or <strong>of</strong> deductions made from his or their wages which are not justified by the<br />

terms <strong>of</strong> the contract or nonpayment <strong>of</strong> wages or <strong>of</strong> deductions made from his or <strong>of</strong> deductions made

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from his or their wages which are not justified by the terms <strong>of</strong> the contract or non-observance to be the<br />

regulations.<br />

e) Vis-a-Vis the ECIL the contractor shall be primarily liable for all payments to be made under<br />

the observance <strong>of</strong> the Regulations aforesaid without prejudice to his right to claim indemnify<br />

form his sub contractors.<br />

f) The regulations aforesaid shall be deemed to be a part <strong>of</strong> this contract and any breach<br />

there<strong>of</strong> shall be deemed to be breach <strong>of</strong> this contract.<br />

g) “The contractor shall ensure the payment <strong>of</strong> minimum wages as stipulated by the<br />

Appropriate Government from time to time as applicable to the laborers, employed. It is<br />

specifically understood that it shall be for the contractor himself to pay the minimum wages<br />

even if they are revised by the Government during the course <strong>of</strong> the Agreement no claim<br />

whatsoever will be entertained by ECIL in this regard”.

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46. Record and Measurements<br />

CHAPTER – IV<br />


All items having a financial value shall be entered in the ECIL measurement Books so that a<br />

complete record is obtained <strong>of</strong> all work performed under the contract.<br />

Work which cannot be measured in detail shall be measured physically, without reference to any<br />

local custom that may obtain excepting where it may otherwise to direct in the tender documents. The<br />

measurement shall be taken jointly by the person or persons duly authorized on the part <strong>of</strong> the ECIL<br />

and by the contractor.<br />

The Engineer-in-charge shall give reasonable notice in writing to the contractor <strong>of</strong> appointment<br />

for measurement.<br />

The Contractor shall without extra charge, provide assistance with appliances and other things<br />

necessary for measurement.<br />

The contractor shall bear all the costs <strong>of</strong> measurement.<br />

Measurement shall be entered in ECIL measurement book and signed and dated by both the<br />

parties each day on the site on completion <strong>of</strong> measurements, if the contractor objects to any <strong>of</strong> the<br />

measurement recorded on behalf <strong>of</strong> the ECIL a note to that effect will be made in ECIL measurement<br />

book against the items objected to and such note shall be signed and dated by both parties engaged in<br />

taking the measurements.<br />

If the contractor’s representative fails to attend when required, the Engineer-in-charges shall<br />

have power to proceed by himself to take measurement and in that case these measurement shall be<br />

accepted by the contractor as final.<br />

The contractor shall, once every month submit to the Head ESD with a copy to the Head ESD<br />

details <strong>of</strong> his claims for the work done by him up to and including the previous months which are not<br />

covered by this contract, agreement in any <strong>of</strong> the following respects:<br />

a) Deviation from the items and specifications provided in the contract documents<br />

b) Extra items/New items <strong>of</strong> work<br />

c) Quantities in excess <strong>of</strong> those provided in the contract schedules<br />

d) Items in respect <strong>of</strong> which rates have not been settled<br />

He should in addition furnish a clear certificate to the effect that the claims submitted by him as<br />

aforesaid cover all his claims and that no further claims shall be raised by him in respect <strong>of</strong> the work<br />

done upto and including the period under report<br />

47 Valuation <strong>of</strong> deviations (Additions Alterations or Substitutions)<br />

The rates for additional, altered or substituted work under this clause shall be worked out in accordance<br />

with the following provisions in their respective order.<br />

i) If the rates for the additional, altered or substituted work are specified in the contract for similar<br />

work, the contractor is bound to carry out the additional, altered or substituted work at the same rates<br />

as are specified in the contractor for the work.<br />

ii) If the rates for the additional, altered or substituted work are not specifically provided in the<br />

contractor for the work, the rates will be derived from the rates for a similar class <strong>of</strong> work as are<br />

specified in the contractor for the work.<br />

iii) If the altered, additional or substituted work includes any works for which no rate is, specified in<br />

the contract or the rate can not be derived from the similar class <strong>of</strong> work in the contract, then such work

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shall be carried out at the rates entered in the printed standard schedule rates for Hyderabad finalized<br />

by the superintending Engineer, C.W.D. Head quarter circle for the year in which the contract was<br />

awarded minus/plus percentage which the total tendered amount bears to the estimated cost <strong>of</strong> the<br />

entire work put to tender.<br />

iv) if the rates for the altered, additional or substituted work can not be determined in the manner<br />

specified in clauses (i) or (ii) above, then the rates for such work shall be worked out on the bases <strong>of</strong><br />

the schedule <strong>of</strong> rates specified above minus / plus the percentage which the total tendered amount<br />

bears to the estimated cost <strong>of</strong> the entire work put to tender. Provided always that if the rates for a<br />

particular part or parts <strong>of</strong> the item are not in the schedule <strong>of</strong> rates, the rate for such part or parts will be<br />

determined by the Engineer-in-charge on the basis on the prevailing market rates when the work was<br />

done.<br />

v) if the rates for the altered, additional or substituted work cannot be determined in the manner<br />

specified is sub-clauses (i) to (iv) above then the contractor, shall within seven days <strong>of</strong> the date <strong>of</strong><br />

receipt <strong>of</strong> order to carry out the work inform the Engineer-in-charge on the rate at which it is his<br />

intention to charge for such class <strong>of</strong> work, supported by analysis <strong>of</strong> the rate or rates claimed and the<br />

Engineer-in-charge shall determine the rate or rates on basis <strong>of</strong> prevailing market rates, and pay the<br />

contractor accordingly. However, the Engineer-in-charge by notice in writing, will be a liberty to cancel<br />

his order to carry out such class <strong>of</strong> work and arrange to carry it out in such manner as he may consider<br />

advisable, providing always, that if the contractor shall commence work or incur any expenditure<br />

incurred by him prior to the date <strong>of</strong> determination <strong>of</strong> the rates as aforesaid according to such rate or<br />

rates as shall be fixed by the Engineer-in-charge in the event <strong>of</strong> a dispute the decision <strong>of</strong> the Head ESD<br />

shall be final.<br />


1. CIVIL WORKS:<br />

Payment will be made on pro-rata basis, furnishing the invoice with measurements after<br />

completion <strong>of</strong> part/full work certified by Site Engineer and endorsed by HEAD.<br />

2. ELECTRICAL AND AIR-CONDITIONING WORKS: Payment will be made as follows:<br />

For Contract value more than five lakhs, the contractor can claim 75% <strong>of</strong> the Material cost<br />

supplied against pro<strong>of</strong> <strong>of</strong> materials procured. In the absence <strong>of</strong> pro<strong>of</strong> <strong>of</strong> Material cost supplied,<br />

ESD will consider 70% <strong>of</strong> the quoted value as Material cost and remaining 20% as Installation,<br />

10% as Commissioning cost.<br />

Any sums due from the contractor on account <strong>of</strong> tools and plant stores or any other items<br />

provided by ECIL shall be deducted from the respective advances.<br />

The Head ESD shall form time to time certify the sums payable to the contractor after retaining<br />

the reserves<br />

Any certificate relating to work done or materials delivered may be notified or corrected by any<br />

subsequent interim certificate or by the final certificate and no certificate <strong>of</strong> Head ESD supporting and<br />

advance payment shall <strong>of</strong> itself be conclusive evidence that any work or materials to which it relates are<br />

in accordance with the contact. All such intermediate payments shall be regarded as advanced against<br />

the final payments only and shall not be considered as an admission <strong>of</strong> the due performance <strong>of</strong> the<br />

contract or any there<strong>of</strong> in any respect or the accruing <strong>of</strong> any claim whatsoever such intermediate<br />

payments shall not conclude, determine or affect in any way the power <strong>of</strong> the Head ESD as to the final<br />

settlement and adjustment <strong>of</strong> the accounts or otherwise or any way very or affect the contract.

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49. Final Bill<br />

As soon as possible after the completion <strong>of</strong> the works to the satisfaction <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-incharge,<br />

the contractor shall forward a certified final account on ECIL bill forms in duplicate<br />

It shall be accompanied by all abstracts; vouchers etc. in support there<strong>of</strong> and shall be prepared<br />

in the manner prescribed by the Head ESD.<br />

No claims will be entertained after the receipt <strong>of</strong> the final bill.<br />

The contractor shall be entitled to be paid the final sum less the value <strong>of</strong> payments already<br />

made on account and less the recoveries towards the security deposit as applicable subject to the<br />

certification <strong>of</strong> the final bill by the Head ESD.<br />

No charges shall be allowed to the contractor on account <strong>of</strong> the preparation <strong>of</strong> the final bill.<br />

50. Payment <strong>of</strong> Bills<br />

All payments to be made to the contractor under this contract shall be by crossed cheque<br />

marked ‘A/c Payee only’ (within a reasonable time after the certification by Head ESD) at the state Bank<br />

<strong>of</strong> India.<br />

51. Recovery from contractor<br />

Whenever under the contract any sum <strong>of</strong> money shall be recoverable from or<br />

payable by the contractor the same may be deducted from any sum then due or which at any<br />

time thereafter may become due to the contractor under the contractor or under any other<br />

contract with ECIL or from his Security Deposit, or he shall pay the claim on demand.<br />

52. Post Technical Audit <strong>of</strong> work and Bills<br />

ECIL reserve the right to carry out a post payment Audit and technical examination <strong>of</strong> the work<br />

and final bill including all supporting vouchers abstracts etc. and to enforce recovery <strong>of</strong> any<br />

sums becoming due as a result there<strong>of</strong> in the manner provided in the proceeding sub<br />

paragraphs provided however, that no such recovery shall be enforced after three years <strong>of</strong><br />

passing the final bill.<br />

53. Refund <strong>of</strong> Security Deposit. The security Deposit may be refunded to the contractor after<br />

expiration <strong>of</strong> the maintenance period <strong>of</strong> 12 months) by the Head ESD provided always that the<br />

contractor shall first have been paid the final bill and have rendered a NO DEMAND certificate.<br />

54. Arbitration<br />

All disputes between the parties to the contract arising out <strong>of</strong> relating to the contract, other than<br />

those for which the decision <strong>of</strong> the head ESD / Accepting Officer or any other person is by the<br />

contract express to be final and conclusive, shall after written notice by either party to the<br />

contract to the other party may be referred to the sole arbitration <strong>of</strong> the person appointed by the<br />

General manager <strong>of</strong> the <strong>corporation</strong>.<br />

Unless the parties otherwise agree, such reference shall not take place until after the<br />

completion, alleged completion or abandonment <strong>of</strong> the works or the determination <strong>of</strong> the<br />

contract.<br />

The venue <strong>of</strong> Arbitration shall be such a place or places as may be fixed by the Arbitrator in his<br />

sole discretion<br />

The award <strong>of</strong> the Arbitrator shall be final conclusive and binding on both parties to the contract.<br />

If the Arbitrator so appointed resigns his appointment or vacates his <strong>of</strong>ficer or is unable or<br />

unwilling to act due to any reason whatsoever, the authority appointing him may appoint a new<br />

Arbitrator to act in his place. Such person shall be entitled to proceed with the reference from the stage<br />

at which it was left by his predecessor.

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The Arbitrator shall be deemed to have entered on the reference on the date he issues notice to<br />

the parties fixing the date <strong>of</strong> hearing.<br />

The Arbitrator may with the consent <strong>of</strong> both the parties to the contract, enlarge the time for<br />

making the award.<br />

The Arbitrator shall give his award on all matters referred to him and shall indicate his findings,<br />

along with the sums awarded separately on each individual item <strong>of</strong> disputes.<br />

This clause shall be governed by the provisions <strong>of</strong> the arbitration act for the time being in force.

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TO<br />

General Conditions <strong>of</strong> Contract<br />

ECIL Contractor’s Labour Regulations<br />

1. Short Title<br />

These regulations may be called ECIL Contractor’s Labour Regulations<br />

2. Definitions<br />

In these Regulations, unless otherwise expressed or indicated the following words and<br />

expressions shall have the meaning hereby assigned to them respectively that is to say :<br />

i) ‘Labour’ means workers employed by contractor directly or indirectly through a<br />

subcontractor or other person or by an agent on his behalf on ECIL work referred to in<br />

the contract.<br />

ii)<br />

iii)<br />

iv)<br />

‘Fair Wages’ means wages whether for time or place <strong>of</strong> work notified at the time <strong>of</strong><br />

inviting tenders for the works and where such wages have not been so notified, the<br />

wages prescribed by the Head ESD.<br />

‘Contractor’ shall include every person where a sub-contractor or headman or agent,<br />

employing labour on the work taken on contract.<br />

‘Wages’ shall have the same meaning as defined in the Payment <strong>of</strong> Wages Act and<br />

includes time and piece-rate wages.<br />

3. Display <strong>of</strong> notice regarding wages etc.<br />

The Contractor shall<br />

i) Before he commences his work on the contract, display and correctly maintain in a clean<br />

legible condition in conspicuous place on the works, notices in English and in the local<br />

Indian Languages spoken by the majority <strong>of</strong> the workers, giving the rate <strong>of</strong> wages which<br />

have been certified by the Head ESD as fair wages and the hours <strong>of</strong> work for which such<br />

wages are earned and<br />

ii) Send a copy <strong>of</strong> such notice to the certifying <strong>of</strong>ficers<br />

4. Payment <strong>of</strong> wages<br />

i) Wages due to every worker shall be paid to him direct<br />

ii) All wages shall be paid in current coin or currency notes or in both<br />

5. Fixation <strong>of</strong> wages period<br />

i) The contractor shall fix the wage periods in respect <strong>of</strong> which the wages shall be payable<br />

ii) No wage period shall exceed one month<br />

iii) Wages <strong>of</strong> every workman employed on the contract shall be paid before the expiry <strong>of</strong> ten<br />

days, after the last day <strong>of</strong> the wage period in respect <strong>of</strong> which the wages are payable<br />

v) When the employment <strong>of</strong> any worker is terminated by or on behalf <strong>of</strong> the Contractor, the<br />

wages earned by him shall be paid before the expiry <strong>of</strong> the day succeeding the one on<br />

which his employment is terminated<br />

vi)<br />

All payments <strong>of</strong> wages shall be made on a working day<br />

6. Wage Book and Wage Slips etc<br />

i) The Contractor shall maintain a wage book <strong>of</strong> each worker in such form as may be<br />

convenient but the same shall include the following particulars

ii)<br />

iii)<br />

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a) Rate <strong>of</strong> daily or monthly Wages<br />

b) Nature <strong>of</strong> work on which employed<br />

c) Total number <strong>of</strong> days worked during each wage period<br />

d) Total amount payable for the work during each wage period<br />

e) All deductions made from the wages with an indication in each <strong>of</strong> the<br />

Ground from which the deduction is made<br />

f) Wages actually paid for each wage period<br />

The Contractor shall also maintain a wage skip for each worker employed on work<br />

The Head ESD may grant and exemption from the maintenance <strong>of</strong> wage book and wage slips to<br />

a contractor, who in his opinion may not directly or indirectly employ more than 50 persons on<br />

the work.<br />

7. Fines and Deductions which may be made from wages<br />

i) The Wages <strong>of</strong> a worker shall be paid to him without any deductions <strong>of</strong> any kind except<br />

the following:<br />

a) Fines<br />

b) Deductions for absence from duty i.e., from the places whereby the terms <strong>of</strong> this<br />

employment he is required to work. The amount <strong>of</strong> deductions shall be in proportion to the<br />

period for which he was absent.<br />

c) Deduction for damage to or loss <strong>of</strong> goods expressly entrusted to the employed<br />

persons for custody, where much damage or loss is directly attributable to his neglect or default.<br />

d) Any other deduction which the ECIL may allow from time to time.<br />

ii)<br />

iii)<br />

iv)<br />

No fines shall be imposed on a worker and no deduction for damage or loss shall be<br />

made from his wages until the worker has been given an opportunity <strong>of</strong> showing cause<br />

against such fines or deductions.<br />

Total amount <strong>of</strong> fines which may be imposed in any one wage period on worker shall not<br />

exceed an amount equal to three paisa in a rupees <strong>of</strong> the wages payable to him in<br />

respect <strong>of</strong> that wage period.<br />

No fine imposed on any worker shall be recovered from him by installments, or after the<br />

expiry <strong>of</strong> 60 days from the date on which it was imposed.<br />

8. Register <strong>of</strong> fines etc<br />

i) The Contractor shall maintain a register <strong>of</strong> fines and <strong>of</strong> all deductions for damage or loss.<br />

Such register shall mention the reason for which the fine was imposed or deduction for<br />

damage <strong>of</strong> loss was made.<br />

ii) The contractor shall maintain a list in English and in the local Indian Languages, clearly<br />

defining acts and omission for which penality or fine can be imposed. He shall display<br />

such list and maintain it in a clear and legible condition in conspicuous place in the work.<br />

9. Preservation <strong>of</strong> Register<br />

The Wage book the wage slips and the Register <strong>of</strong> fines and deductions required to be<br />

maintained under these Regulations shall be preserved for 12 (Twelve) months after the date <strong>of</strong><br />

last entry made in them.<br />

10. Power <strong>of</strong> Labour Welfare Officer to make investigation <strong>of</strong> enquiry<br />

The Labour Welfare Officer <strong>of</strong> ECIL or any other person authorized by the EIL on their behalf<br />

shall have power to make enquiries with a view to ascertaining and enforcing due and proper

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observance <strong>of</strong> the fair wage clauses and the provisions <strong>of</strong> these Regulations. He shall<br />

investigate into any complaint regarding the default made by the Contractor, sub-contractor in<br />

regard to such provisions.<br />

11. Report <strong>of</strong> Labour Welfare Office<br />

The Labour Welfare <strong>of</strong>ficer or other Person authorized as aforesaid shall submit a report on the<br />

result <strong>of</strong> his investigation or enquiry to the Head ESD indicating the extent. If any to which the<br />

default had been committed with a note that necessary deductions from the Contractors will be<br />

made and the wages and other dues be paid to the labourers concerned.<br />

12. Appeal against the decision <strong>of</strong> Labour Welfare <strong>of</strong>ficer<br />

Any person aggrieved by the decision and recommendation <strong>of</strong> the labour Welfare Officer or<br />

other person so authorized may appeal against such decision to the Regional Labour<br />

Commissioner but subject to such appeal, the decision <strong>of</strong> the <strong>of</strong>ficer referred to shall be final and<br />

binding upon the contract.<br />

13. A Prohibition regarding Representation through Lawyer<br />

No party shall be allowed to be represented by a lawyer during any investigation, enquiry appeal<br />

or any other proceedings under these Regulations.<br />

14. Inspection <strong>of</strong> Registers<br />

The contractor shall be allowed inspection <strong>of</strong> the wage book, the wage slip and the register if<br />

fines and deductions to any <strong>of</strong> his worker or to his agent at a convenient time and place after<br />

due notice is received or to the labour welfare <strong>of</strong>ficer <strong>of</strong> ECIL or any other person authorized by<br />

the ECIL on their behalf.<br />

15. Submission <strong>of</strong> returns<br />

The contractor shall submit periodical return as may be specified from time to time by ECIL<br />

16. Amendment<br />

ECIL may from time to time add to or amend these regulations and in regard to any question as<br />

to the application, interpretation or effect <strong>of</strong> these regulations, the decision <strong>of</strong> Head ESD in that behalf<br />

shall be final and binding on the contractor.

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1.0 General<br />

The Special conditions <strong>of</strong> Contract shall be read in conjunction with the General Conditions <strong>of</strong><br />

Contract, Specifications, Preamble to Bill <strong>of</strong> Quantities, Bill <strong>of</strong> Quantities, Drawings and / or<br />

other supplementary documents detailing the work.<br />

Provided that where any provision <strong>of</strong> the General Conditions <strong>of</strong> contract is repugnant to or at<br />

variance unless a different intention appears, the provision <strong>of</strong> the special conditions <strong>of</strong> contract<br />

shall be deemed to override the provision <strong>of</strong> the General conditions <strong>of</strong> contract and shall to the<br />

extent <strong>of</strong> such repugnance <strong>of</strong> variation prevail.<br />

2.0 Site and Local Conditions<br />

2.1. The site is located at Moula-Ali, Andhra Pradesh, about 13 km along motor able road from<br />

Secunderabad. The nearest railway station is Moula-ali 5 Km from Secunderabad (15 Km from<br />

Hyderabad) on the Hyderabad Kazipet broad guage <strong>of</strong> South Central Railway. The Hyderabad<br />

Kazipet line runs just south <strong>of</strong> the area acquired by DAE.<br />

2.2 The climatic conditions at Moula-Ali are similar to those prevailing at Hyderabad and are<br />

generally as indicated below:<br />

Max <strong>of</strong> mean daily temperature - 40 0 C<br />

Mini <strong>of</strong> Mean daily Temperature - 13 0 C<br />

Absolute max Temperature - 45 0 C<br />

Absolute min temperature - 8 0 C<br />

Relative humidity max - 83%<br />

Relative humidity min - 27%<br />

Averge yearly precipitation - 750 mm<br />

Minimum daily precipitation - 150 mm<br />

Maximum hourly precipitation - Not available<br />

Maximum wind velocity - May to September mainly from W & NW rest<br />

<strong>of</strong> the year mainly from NE, E & SE<br />

2.3 The site is well connected to Hyderabad – Secunderabad by road. The Hyderabad – Kazipet<br />

broad gauge line passes just South <strong>of</strong> the site and a tract connection could be taken if required<br />

Hyderabad has a commercial airport at Shamshabad and direct flights are available to Bombay,<br />

Madras, Bangalore, New Delhi for Calcutta. Madras, Bombay and Vishakapatnam serve as<br />

seaports for Hyderabad.<br />

2.4. Post, Telegraph and Telephone facilities are available, Site <strong>of</strong>ficer address is:<br />


(A Government <strong>of</strong> India, Undertaking)<br />

(Dept. <strong>of</strong> Atomic Energy)<br />

ECIL Post, Moula-ali,<br />

Hyderabad 500 062.<br />

Telephone 27122435<br />

Contractor to visit the site<br />

2.5 The contractor must visit the site <strong>of</strong> work as to ascertain the physical site conditions and prices,<br />

availability and quality <strong>of</strong> materials according to specifications before submitting the quotations. No<br />

excuse regarding non-availability or change in price will be entertained or any extra allowed on that<br />

account.<br />

Inspection <strong>of</strong> Drawings<br />

3.0. Before filling in the tender, the contractor will have to check up the tender drawings and bill <strong>of</strong><br />

quantities, and will have to get immediate clarification from the Engineer-in-charge on any point that he

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feels is vague or doubtful or uncertain and is not clear. No claim for damages or compensation will be<br />

entertained on this account.<br />

Rates to include taxes etc.<br />

4.0. Rates quoted in the schedules shall be inclusive <strong>of</strong> all freights, taxes such as Octroi, Sales tax,<br />

General Sales tax Royalties etc. and also transport <strong>of</strong> materials, plants machineries, labour<br />

accommodation sanitation etc., and everything else so as to execute the contract as per rules<br />

and regulations <strong>of</strong> local bodies, State Government and the Government <strong>of</strong> India.<br />

Checking <strong>of</strong> tender quantities for ordering materials<br />

5.0. The Contractor must check the quantities from the drawings before ordering any materials as<br />

the quantities given in the bill <strong>of</strong> quantities are approximate only and no compensation will be<br />

paid for any variation in the materials ordered by them. Any variation in the quantities will not<br />

vitiate the contract.<br />

6.0. Construction Facilities<br />

6.1. Water<br />

Water required for the works will be made available to the Contractor at Rs. 45/- (Rupees Forty<br />

Five) for 1 cubic meter at one point at the site. the contractor shall make his own<br />

arrangement for metering and drawing water from the given point and further distribution at his<br />

own cost with the approval <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in-charge. He shall construct a storage tank at his<br />

cost sufficient for storing enough water for his two days requirement. In case no meter is<br />

provided by the Contractor, he shall be charged at 1.5% <strong>of</strong> the items <strong>of</strong> work involving use <strong>of</strong><br />

water.<br />

6.2. Power<br />

Electronic power from sources available near the site shall be made available at 420 volts 3<br />

phase (4 wire) 50 cycles to the contractor at one point. Further distribution, installation <strong>of</strong> the<br />

switch board, meter etc. shall be arranged by the contractor at his own cost. All connections will<br />

be made at contractors cost. He shall arrange to install a tested meter <strong>of</strong> approved make and<br />

pay for the energy consumed by him for the agreed rates, namely Rs. 5/- Kwh. All wiring from<br />

the switchboard and meter will be removed by the Contractor on completion <strong>of</strong> the work. He<br />

shall reinstate and make good any work disturbed by the temporary power lines to the<br />

satisfaction <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in-charge.<br />

The contractor shall state in Appendix-I the requirement <strong>of</strong> electric power for lighting and<br />

construction equipment.<br />

6.3. Temporary Roads<br />

The contractor shall construct and maintain at his own cost all temporary roads within the plant<br />

boundary for leading materials to various sites <strong>of</strong> construction.<br />

7.0 Supply <strong>of</strong> Materials<br />

7.1. The ECIL shall not supply any material to the Contractor except those mentioned in Schedule –<br />

B attached hereto and at the issue rate indicated therein. The Contractor shall not have the<br />

option to refuse to take the delivery <strong>of</strong> any <strong>of</strong> the articles shown in the Schedule – B and <strong>of</strong>fered<br />

to him. No claim on this account shall be entertained.<br />

The contractor shall include in his rate the charge for taking delivery, loading, unloading,<br />

handling, staking transport and storage <strong>of</strong> materials handed over to him by the Corporation.<br />

7.2. The Contractor shall keep proper account <strong>of</strong> the cement and steel issued to him by the ECIL<br />

and submit monthly statement showing the materials received and consumed and the balance in<br />

hand. Surplus cement and steel in good and serviceable condition shall be returned to the ECIL<br />

at the end <strong>of</strong> contract for which credit will be given in the final bill at the issue rates excluding

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storage charges Scrap, wastage <strong>of</strong> M.S. Rounds, Tor Steel Reinforcement and deteriorated<br />

cement will not be accepted by the Corporation. No extras will be permitted on this account<br />

wastage will be the property <strong>of</strong> the contractor. For MS Round and Tor steel Reinforcement<br />

pieces under 3 M length will be reckoned as wastage. The Contractor shall not remove from the<br />

site any length exceeding that mentioned above without the prior approval <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-incharge.<br />

8.0 Construction Stores<br />

Suitable areas near the site <strong>of</strong> work will be allocated free <strong>of</strong> cost to the Contractor for strong his<br />

equipment plant, materials etc. He will be solely responsible for watching and guarding his<br />

property and materials issued to him by the <strong>corporation</strong>. The contractor shall at his own cost<br />

build a weather pro<strong>of</strong> shed to store cement for a week’s consumption.<br />

9.0 Construction Equipment<br />

The Contractor shall make his own arrangements to procure all constructional plant and<br />

equipment for his work. He shall also state in the construction schedule the type and number <strong>of</strong><br />

different equipment with their capacities in good working conditions which he will use on the site<br />

to ensure completion <strong>of</strong> the works in the specified time.<br />

All materials, construction plants and equipment etc. once brought by the contractor on the site<br />

are not to be removed from the there without the written authority from the Engineer-in-Charge.<br />

Also, the contractor shall have adequate stock <strong>of</strong> spare parts for the equipment on the site and<br />

work shall not be delayed on this account. Similarly all enabling works built by the contractor for<br />

the main construction undertaken by him, are not to be dismantled and removed without the<br />

written authority from the Engineer-in-Charge.<br />

10.0 Safety<br />

10.1 The contractor shall be responsible for provision <strong>of</strong> safety arrangements and protective clothing<br />

for all operatives on the site whether or not engaged in actual operation or supervision. The<br />

contractor shall also be responsible for safety arrangements <strong>of</strong> all equipment used for<br />

construction and shall employ trained workmen conversant with safety regulations. The<br />

Contractor shall use only tested equipment and tools and shall periodically renew tests to the<br />

satisfaction <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in-charge. All test certificates shall not be made available to the<br />

Engineer-in-charge at the site <strong>of</strong> the works. If at any time in the opinion <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-incharge<br />

this provision has to be made at site <strong>of</strong> the works. Not complied with contractor shall<br />

forthwith replace such equipment and tools.<br />

10.2 The Contractor shall display notices and arrange proper fencing at such places where<br />

hazardous work is being carried out. The Contractor shall provide at his own expense on the<br />

works to the satisfaction <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in-Charge at such proper and sufficient fire fighting,<br />

First aid appliances etc, which shall at all times be available for use.<br />

11.0 Contractors responsible for performing <strong>of</strong> works: -<br />

It will be the Contractor’s sole responsibility and obligation to arrange for performance <strong>of</strong> all<br />

works incidental to or connected with the job on site at his own cost. In particular, it will be the<br />

Contractor’s obligation.<br />

a) To provide and lay all electric power and lighting distribution lines including switch gears as<br />

may be required by him.<br />

b) To provide such temporary workshops, store rooms, <strong>of</strong>fices and such other <strong>services</strong> and<br />

conveniences as the contractor may require for the due execution <strong>of</strong> the contract awarded to<br />

him.<br />

Provision <strong>of</strong> various <strong>services</strong> etc as stated above, should be made as per rules and<br />

regulations prevailing in the locality.

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c)To provide all labour all materials, including cement and M.S. reinforcement, barbed wire etc,<br />

machines plant, tools, tackles, scaffolding and other implements for the performance <strong>of</strong> the<br />

works covered by the contract in a business-like-manner.<br />

d) To prepare and submit prior to starting <strong>of</strong> works for the Engineer-in-Charge’s approval plans<br />

and time schedule showing the labour on the site and program <strong>of</strong> utilization <strong>of</strong> all the facilities<br />

mentioned under (a) to (c) herein before also indicating the capacities and numbers <strong>of</strong><br />

machineries used for the works and/or as standby. These plants and time schedule shall be<br />

binding on the contractor.<br />

e) To provide and lay all temporary water lines, water storage tank as may be required for his<br />

use as well as for construction purposes and dismantle the same after use.<br />

12.0 Cleaning Site, Surroundings etc.<br />

Site Cleaning<br />

The Contractor shall have to clean the site <strong>of</strong> grass, trees, vegetarian, debris etc, prior to start <strong>of</strong><br />

work at no extra cost.<br />

i) The Contractor has to make and maintain the works together with the ground at his<br />

disposal for any purpose in a tidy way free from unnecessary deposits or things harmful<br />

for health. He has to deliver any part <strong>of</strong> the works after having finished it in a clean and<br />

complete state and fit for use and he has to set in order the site <strong>of</strong> works and free it from<br />

the deposits <strong>of</strong> all materials, dirt, debris and all sorts <strong>of</strong> obstacles.<br />

The Contractor has to keep the site in perfect state and take all the necessary precautions to<br />

protect the site, trees and plantation surroundings the site and should not remove anything <strong>of</strong> it,<br />

except only after a written consent from the Engineer-in-Charge. In case the contractor does not<br />

follow the above clause with in five days from the receipt <strong>of</strong> written instructions from the<br />

Engineer-in-Charge, the Engineer-in-Charge has the right to get the same done at the risk and<br />

cost <strong>of</strong> the Contractor.<br />

13.0 Cleaning & Clearing<br />

Cleaning <strong>of</strong> floors etc.i) Upon the completion <strong>of</strong> plastering work, rooms will be thoroughly<br />

cleaned if required washed, plasterers are to exercise particular care in order not to spoil the finished<br />

floors and windows, and if necessary, or to cover the same for protection.<br />

14.0 Cleaning the site <strong>of</strong> works<br />

i) The Contractor shall clean the site <strong>of</strong> works as per the instructions <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in-Charge.<br />

The site <strong>of</strong> works shall be cleared <strong>of</strong> all men, material, sheds, etc, belonging to the contractor.<br />

The site and surroundings shall be delivered in a clean and neat condition as required by the<br />

Engineer-in-Charge within a period <strong>of</strong> one week after the job is completed in case <strong>of</strong> failure by<br />

the contractor the Engineer-in-Charge will have the right to get the site cleared at the risk and<br />

cost <strong>of</strong> the contractor.<br />

Execution <strong>of</strong> work as per drawing.<br />

The drawing will be in Metric system and the work shall have to be executed directly by Metric<br />

tapes from these drawings. No measurement shall be scaled from the drawings.<br />

15.0 Engineer-in-Charge and his authorized representative.<br />

All instructions regarding the execution <strong>of</strong> works as stipulated in the Bills <strong>of</strong> Qualities shall be<br />

received from the Engineer-in-Charge or his authorized representative only. Any other<br />

instructions issued directly to the Contractor by any one else will not be held valid or binding on<br />

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16.0 Conformity <strong>of</strong> work with the drawings.<br />

During the execution <strong>of</strong> the work the Contractor must check his work with the drawings. The<br />

contractor shall be responsible for all the errors in this connection and will have to rectify all<br />

defects at his own cost failing which, the ECIL reserves the right to get the same rectify at the<br />

risk and cost <strong>of</strong> the contractor.<br />

17.0 Provision <strong>of</strong> full shuttering<br />

The contractor must follow the instruction <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in-Charge for providing full shuttering<br />

whenever monolithic concrete in the opinion <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in-Charge is necessary for which<br />

no extra will be paid to the contractor.<br />

18.0 Progress Report<br />

The Contractor shall submit to the Engineer-in-Charge every Friday before 11-00 A.M a weekly<br />

progress report stating the number <strong>of</strong> skilled and unskilled labour employed on the works,<br />

working hours done, quantity <strong>of</strong> cement used place, type and quantity <strong>of</strong> works done during the<br />

period.<br />

19.0 Workmen’s Compensation etc.<br />

The Contractor must follow the relevant wages Act for the area and the Workmen’s<br />

Compensation Act, Insurance <strong>of</strong> Labour, Third party Insurance or any other rule issued from<br />

time to time, by also relevant authorities connected with such construction work, Insurance<br />

policies will be in the joint name <strong>of</strong> the ECIL and the Contractor till the works are over.<br />

20.0 Facilities to other Contractors<br />

The Contractor shall give full facilities to, and co-operate with all other Contractors<br />

working on site as directed by the Engineer-in-Charge and shall arrange his program <strong>of</strong> work so<br />

as not to hinder the progress <strong>of</strong> other works or get hindered by them. The decision <strong>of</strong> the<br />

Engineer-in-Charge on any point <strong>of</strong> dispute between the various contractors shall be final and<br />

binding on all the parties concerned.<br />

21.0 Additional work on same basic rates<br />

The Contractor shall be bound to carry out the additional amount <strong>of</strong> work and above the<br />

quantities specified in the attached schedules for the proposed work at the same basic rated as<br />

quoted in the attached Schedule for similar types <strong>of</strong> work.<br />

22.0 Interim and Final Bills: The contractor must submit five copies <strong>of</strong> the interim and final bills along<br />

with the measurements supporting the quantities arrived at in the Bill. The Contractor before preparing<br />

the bill must take joint measurements with the representative <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in-Charge.<br />

23.0 Approval <strong>of</strong> Engineer-in-Charge<br />

It will be the contractor’s responsibility to get the complete water supply, drainage and all other<br />

allied works tested and approved by the Engineer-in-Charge.<br />

24.0 Work at night<br />

If the contractor wishes to work at night, he has to send a written application in the respect to the<br />

Engineer-in-charge, and he shall not do night work until he get written consent to his request<br />

from the Engineer-in-Charge. The contractor in this case shall provide all the necessary lighting<br />

and any other required facilities at his own cost.<br />

25.0 Rejecting <strong>of</strong> equipment and work which are found to be unsuitable during progress <strong>of</strong> work.<br />

If the ECIL supplies the contractor any material on works. The contractor will be solely<br />

responsible for loss or damage that may happen to them due to rejection <strong>of</strong> work in which they<br />

were used and the contractor has to compensate the ECIL fully for the same.

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26.0 The Responsibility <strong>of</strong> the Contractor<br />

The contractor at his own cost must enclose the holes and trenches which are near the exterior<br />

and interior passage by wood and fence to prevent any accident at night, he must put all red<br />

lamps in a visible and evident and at distances <strong>of</strong> 10-M apart at least. This applies also to any<br />

supports or boards which may be dangerous to passers-byes. Further more, for anything which<br />

causes a danger <strong>of</strong> any kind, whether by transport and movement <strong>of</strong> any material equipment<br />

and tools, the contractor must take all effective precautions and measures at the proper time to<br />

prevent dangers <strong>of</strong> any sort. The contractor must take additional steps regarding the safety <strong>of</strong><br />

the workers, if so demanded by the Engineer-in-charge at his (contractor’s) own cost . safety<br />

precautions as per CPWD safety code attached shall be taken by the contractor.<br />

27.0 Antiquities and what is found at site<br />

All the antiquities, coins and other valuable articles which will be found during the work must be<br />

delivered at once to the ECIL. The contractor must take all measures to avoid damage to these<br />

articles. The contractor has to notify at once the Engineer-in-Charge on discovering any<br />

diggings or traces <strong>of</strong> ancient building or any other antiquities which may be found during<br />

diggings and are difficult to be transferred. In this case the work must be stopped on the spot<br />

until instructions <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in-Charge as to the action to be taken are given tot eh<br />

contractor.<br />

28.0 M.S. Reinforcement & Structural Steel brought by contractor<br />

The Engineer-in-Charge will have every right to check the samples <strong>of</strong> M.S reinforcement rods or<br />

structural steel numbers from the material brought by the contractor to site for use. The payment<br />

will be based on the actual weight <strong>of</strong> the sample weighted or the weights specified by the<br />

manufacturer, whichever is lower, provided the material is approved for use on the works by the<br />

Engineer-in-Charge.<br />

29.0 Ownership <strong>of</strong> materials brought to site<br />

The contractor should note specifically that on payment <strong>of</strong> materials delivered on site, the ECIL<br />

shall gain full extensive right over the material until all his relevant claims on the materials are<br />

fulfilled. In the event <strong>of</strong> any dispute or cancellation <strong>of</strong> contract or termination <strong>of</strong> the contract, the<br />

ECIL shall proceed as the Corporation has purchased and brought the materials on site. In such<br />

a case, the contractor shall be given credit for the materials at the basic producer’s rate <strong>of</strong> the<br />

material and his claim in this respect shall be settled along with his other final bills.<br />

30.0 Damage during erection<br />

Proper care should be taken no prevent any damage being done to the concrete and masonry<br />

structures while tying gunny ropes to them. If any damage is done, the same will have to be<br />

made good by the Contractor at his own cost in a workman like manner to the entire satisfaction<br />

<strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in-Charge.<br />

31.0 Supply <strong>of</strong> materials<br />

The contractor must supply materials from his own stock primarily. He must prepare the require<br />

list <strong>of</strong> materials from true drawings supplied to him. Permits from the controlling authority (if the<br />

material is controlled) if necessary, will be handed over to the contractor when received by the<br />

ECIL the Contractor must study availability <strong>of</strong> the materials before tendering and must execute<br />

the contract with in the specific time, irrespective <strong>of</strong> the permits which are intended only to<br />

replace the stock. No claim for extras or damages will be entertained from the contractor in the<br />

event <strong>of</strong> delay in getting permits <strong>of</strong> steel material.<br />

32.0 Safety Code<br />

i) Suitable scaffolds should be provided for workmen for all works that cannot be safely<br />

done from the ground or from solid construction except such short period work as can be

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done safely from ladders. When a ladder is used an extra Mazdoor shall be engaged for<br />

holding the ladder and if the ladder is used for carrying materials as well, suitable<br />

footholds and handholds shall be provided on the ladder and the ladder shall be given an<br />

inclination not steeper than ¼ <strong>of</strong> 1 (1.4 horizontal and vertical)<br />

ii)<br />

iii)<br />

Scaffolding or staging more than 12’ above the ground <strong>of</strong> floor, swung or suspended<br />

from an overhead support or erected with stationary support shall have a guard rail<br />

properly attached, bolted, braced and otherwise secured at least 3 feet high above the<br />

floor or platform <strong>of</strong> such scaffolding or staging and extending along the entire length <strong>of</strong><br />

the outside and ends there<strong>of</strong> with only such openings as may be necessary for the<br />

delivery <strong>of</strong> materials such scaffolding or staging shall be fastened as to prevent it from<br />

swaying from the building or structure.<br />

Working platform gangways and stairways, should be so constructed that I should not<br />

sag unduly or unequally and if the height <strong>of</strong> the platform <strong>of</strong> the gangway or the stairway<br />

is more than 12 above ground level or floor level, they should be closely boarded, should<br />

have adequate width and should suitably fenced, as described (ii) above.<br />

iv)<br />

Every opening in the floor <strong>of</strong> a building or in working platforms be provided with suitable<br />

means to prevent the fall <strong>of</strong> persons or materials by providing suitable fencing or railing<br />

whose minimum height shall be ‘3’.<br />

v) Safe means <strong>of</strong> access shall be provided to all working platforms and other working<br />

places. Every ladder shall be securely fixed. No portable single ladder be over 30’ in<br />

length while the width between side rails in rung ladder shall in no case be less than 11<br />

½” for ladder upto and including 10’ in length. For longer ladder this width should be<br />

increased at least ¼” for each additional feet <strong>of</strong> length. Uniform step spacing shall not<br />

exceed 12”. Adequate precautions shall be taken to prevent danger from electrical<br />

equipment. No material on any <strong>of</strong> the sites <strong>of</strong> work shall be so stacked or placed as to<br />

cause danger or inconvenience to any person or the public. The contractor shall also<br />

provide all necessary fencing and lights to protect the public from accidents and shall be<br />

bound to bear the expenses <strong>of</strong> defence <strong>of</strong> every suit, action or other proceedings at law<br />

that may be brought by a person for injury sustained owing neglect <strong>of</strong> the above<br />

precautions and to pay any damages and costs which may be awarded in any such suit,<br />

action or proceedings to any such persons or which may with the consent <strong>of</strong> the<br />

contractor be paid to compromise any such person.<br />

vi)<br />

vii)<br />

Excavation and Trenching<br />

All trenches four feet or more in depth, shall at all times be supplied with at least one<br />

ladder for each 100 feet in length or fraction there<strong>of</strong>. Ladder shall be extended from<br />

bottom <strong>of</strong> the trench to at least 3’ above the surface <strong>of</strong> ground. The sides <strong>of</strong> the trenches<br />

which are 5’ or more in depth shall be stepped back to give suitable slope, or securely<br />

held by timber bracing, so as to avoid the danger <strong>of</strong> sides to collapse. The excavated<br />

material shall not be placed within 5’ <strong>of</strong> the edge <strong>of</strong> the trench or half <strong>of</strong> the depth <strong>of</strong> the<br />

depth <strong>of</strong> the trench whichever is more. Cutting shall be done from top to bottom. Under<br />

no circumstances undermining or undercutting shall be done.<br />

Demolition<br />

Before any demolition work is commenced and also during the process <strong>of</strong> the work<br />

a) All roads and areas adjacent to the work site shall either be closed or suitably<br />


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b) No electric cable or apparatus which is liable to be source <strong>of</strong> danger over a cable or<br />

apparatus used by the Operator shall remain electrically charged.<br />

c) All practical steps shall be taken to prevent danger to persons employed from risk <strong>of</strong><br />

the fire or explosion or flooding. No floor, ro<strong>of</strong>, or other part <strong>of</strong> the building shall be so<br />

over loaded with debris or materials as to render it unsafe.<br />

viii)<br />

All necessary personal safety equipment as considered adequate by the Engineer-in-<br />

Charge should be kept available for the use <strong>of</strong> the person employed on the site and<br />

maintained in condition suitable for immediate use and the contractor should take<br />

adequate steps to ensure proper use <strong>of</strong> equipment by those concerned.<br />

a) Workers employed on mixing asphaltic materials cement and lime mortars shall be<br />

provided with protective footwear and protective goggles.<br />

b) Those engaged in white washing and mixing or stacking or cement bags or any<br />

materials which are injurious to the eyes shall be provided with protective goods.<br />

c) Those engaged in welding works shall be provided with welders protective eye<br />

shields.<br />

d) Stone breakers shall be provided with protective goggles and protective clothing and<br />

seated at sufficiently safe intervals.<br />

e) When workers are employed in sewers and manholes, which are in use<br />

the contractor shall ensure that the manhole covers are opened and are ventilated at<br />

least for an hour before the workers are allowed to get into the manholes, and the<br />

manholes so opened shall be cordoned <strong>of</strong>f with suitable railing and provided with<br />

warming signals or boards to prevent accident to the public.<br />

f) The contractor shall not employ men below the age <strong>of</strong> 18 years and women on the<br />

work <strong>of</strong> painting with products containing lead in any form. Whenever men above the<br />

age <strong>of</strong> 18 years are employed on the work <strong>of</strong> lead painting the following precautions<br />

should be taken:<br />

1) No paint containing lead or lead products shall be used except in the form <strong>of</strong><br />

paste or ready made paint.<br />

2) Suitable face mask should be supplied for use by the workers when paint is<br />

applied in the form <strong>of</strong> spray or a surface having lead paint dry rubbed and<br />

scrapped<br />

3) Overalls shall be supplied by the contractors to the workmen and<br />

adequate facilities shall be provided to enable the working painters to wash<br />

during the execution <strong>of</strong> work.<br />

ix)<br />

When, the work is done near any place where there is stock <strong>of</strong> dynamite, all necessary<br />

equipments should be provided and kept ready for use and all necessary steps taken for prompt<br />

rescue <strong>of</strong> any person in danger and adequate provision should be made for prompt first aid<br />

treatment <strong>of</strong> all injuries likely to be sustained during the course <strong>of</strong> the work.<br />

x) Use <strong>of</strong> hoisting machines and tackle including their attachment anchorage and supports shall<br />

conform to the following standard or conditions:<br />

1(a) These shall be a goods mechanical construction sound materials and adequate strength<br />

and free from patent defect and shall be kept in good repair and in good working order.

(b)<br />

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Every rope used in hoisting or lowering materials as a means <strong>of</strong> suspension shall be <strong>of</strong><br />

durable quality and adequate strength and free from paten defects.<br />

2. Every crane driver or hoisting appliance operator shall be properly qualified and no<br />

person under and age <strong>of</strong> 21 years should be in charge <strong>of</strong> any hoisting machine including<br />

any scaffold which gives signals to the operator.<br />

3. In case <strong>of</strong> every hoisting machine and <strong>of</strong> every changing, hook, shackle, swivel and<br />

pulley block used in hoisting or lowering or as means <strong>of</strong> suspension, the safe working<br />

load shall be ascertained by adequate means. Every hoisting machine and all gears<br />

referred to above shall be plainly marked with the safe working load. In case hoisting<br />

machine having a variable safe working load, each safe working load <strong>of</strong> the conditions<br />

under which it is applicable shall be clearly indicated. No part any machine or <strong>of</strong> any<br />

gear referred to above the paragraph shall be loaded beyond the safe working load<br />

except for the purpose <strong>of</strong> testing.<br />

4. In case <strong>of</strong> Department machines, the safe working load shall be notified by the Electrical<br />

Engineer-in-charges. As regards contractor’s machines, the contractors shall notify the<br />

safe working load <strong>of</strong> the machinery to the Engineer-in-charge whenever he brings any<br />

machinery to site <strong>of</strong> work and get if verified by the Electrical Engineer concerned.<br />

xi)<br />

xii)<br />

xiii)<br />

xiv)<br />

xv)<br />

Motors, gearing, transmission, electric wiring and other dangerous part <strong>of</strong> hoisting appliance<br />

should be provided with efficient safeguards, hoisting appliances should be provided with such<br />

means as will reduce to the minimum the risk <strong>of</strong> accidental descent <strong>of</strong> the load, adequate<br />

precautions should be taken to reduce to the minimum the risk <strong>of</strong> any part <strong>of</strong> suspended load,<br />

adequate becoming accidentally displayed. When workers employed on electrical installations<br />

which are already energized insulating mats, wearing apparel, such as gloves, sleeves and<br />

boots as may be necessary should be provided. The workers should not wear any rings,<br />

watches and carry keys or other materials which are good conductors <strong>of</strong> electricity.<br />

All scaffolds, ladders and other safety devices mentioned or described herein shall be<br />

maintained in safe condition and other scaffold, ladder or equipment shall be altered removed<br />

while it is in use Adequate washing facilities shall be provided at or near place <strong>of</strong> work.s<br />

These safety provisions should be brought to the notice <strong>of</strong> all concerned by display on the<br />

Notice Board at a prominent place at the work spot. The persons responsible for compliance <strong>of</strong><br />

the safety code shall be named therein by the contractor.<br />

To ensure effective enforcement <strong>of</strong> the rules and regulations relating to<br />

safety precautions the arrangement made by the contractor shall be opened to inspection by the<br />

Labour Office, Engineer-in-Charge <strong>of</strong> the Department or their representative.<br />

Notwithstanding the above clauses from (i) to (xiv) there is nothing in these to<br />

exempt the contractor from the operations <strong>of</strong> any other act in force in the Republic <strong>of</strong> India.

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D1/8385/79<br />

After taking into final consideration <strong>of</strong> the objections and suggestions received from various<br />

managements/persons in response to the draft notification issued by me, which was published in Rules<br />

supplement to part I <strong>of</strong> Andhra Pradesh Gazette No.26, dated 19th July, 1979, the following notification<br />

is issued.<br />

Where as it is expedient to specify conditions <strong>of</strong> service, Rates <strong>of</strong> Wages, holidays and hours <strong>of</strong> work<br />

for the workmen employed by contractor’s who do not perform the same or similar kind <strong>of</strong> work as the<br />

workmen directly employed by the principal employer <strong>of</strong> an establishment, I. the Commissioner <strong>of</strong><br />

labour, Government <strong>of</strong> Andhra Pradesh Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Rules 1971 hereby<br />

specifying the condition <strong>of</strong> service, rates <strong>of</strong> wages, holidays and hours <strong>of</strong> work as in Annexure which will<br />

be effective from the date <strong>of</strong> publication in the Gazette <strong>of</strong> Andhra Pradesh.<br />




in exercise <strong>of</strong> the powers conferred under clause (b) <strong>of</strong> sub-rule (V) <strong>of</strong> rule 25 <strong>of</strong> the Andhra Pradesh<br />

contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Rules 1971, the Commissioner <strong>of</strong> Labour, Andhra Pradesh,<br />

Hyderabad hereby specified the following conditions <strong>of</strong> service, rates <strong>of</strong> wages, holidays and hours <strong>of</strong><br />

work for the workmen directly employed by the principal employer <strong>of</strong> an establishment.<br />

1. EMPLOYMENT CARD : The contract labour employed by contractor shall be pro vided with an<br />

employment card, indicating therein the name <strong>of</strong> the workmen, Father’s name his token number, the<br />

date <strong>of</strong> appointment designation, wage rates and his residential address.<br />

2. WORKING HOURS: (a) No adult workmen shall be required to work for more than 8 hours in any<br />

day and 48 hours in a week.<br />

(b) No young persons who has not completed 18 Years <strong>of</strong> age shall be required to work more than 7<br />

hours in any day and 42 hours in a week.<br />

3. BAR ON EMPLOYMENT OF FEMALES: No Female shall be required to work after 7.00 PM. or<br />

before 6.00 A.M.<br />

Provided that the Commissioner <strong>of</strong> Labour may be notification, in the Official Gazette in respect <strong>of</strong> any<br />

factory or group <strong>of</strong> class or description <strong>of</strong> factories vary the limits laid down under condition No.9.But no<br />

such variation shall authorize the employment <strong>of</strong> any workmen between the hours <strong>of</strong> 1000 PM. to 6.00<br />

A.M.<br />

4. BAR ON EMPLOYMENT OF CHILD LABOUR: No child below the age <strong>of</strong> 15 Years shall be allowed<br />

to work as contract labour.<br />

5. REST INTERVAL: No workmen shall be required to work for more than S hours in any day unless he<br />

has an interval for rest for at least half an hour.<br />

6. SPREAD OVER : The Period <strong>of</strong> work <strong>of</strong> any workmen shall be so arranged that along with has<br />

interval for rest, they shall not spread over more than 10 hours in any day.<br />

7. EXTRA WAGES FOR OVER TIME: (i) Where a contract labour is required to work for more than 9<br />

hours in any day excluding the period <strong>of</strong> rest interval, he shall be entitled to wages at the rate <strong>of</strong> twice<br />

his ordinary rate <strong>of</strong> wages.<br />

(ii) For the purposes <strong>of</strong> this clause, 4Ordinary rate <strong>of</strong> wage means his basic wage plus, D.A, or the<br />

consolidated wage.<br />

8. WEEKLY REST: Every workman shall be allowed a day <strong>of</strong> rest <strong>of</strong> one whole day pro vided he has<br />

worked for 6 days.<br />

9. NATIONAL AND FESTIVAL HOLIDAYS : (1) Every workman employed by the contractor, shall be<br />

entitled to 8 holidays in a calendar Year, with wages, which shall be 26th January, 15th August, 2nd<br />

October, and 1st May. remaining 4 holidays will be fixed by natural discussion between the contractor<br />

and his labour each Year by the end <strong>of</strong> November. The list <strong>of</strong> holidays so decided will be duly and

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prominently displayed by the contractor. A copy <strong>of</strong> the list to holidays for the following year shall be<br />

furnished by the contractor to the Deputy Commissioner <strong>of</strong> Labour <strong>of</strong> the region and the Commissioner<br />

<strong>of</strong> labour before 5th December each Year.<br />

(2) A workman would be entitled to the festival and national holidays as per sub-clause (1) if he has put<br />

at least 15 days <strong>of</strong> work during the calendar year and has been on rolls a day prior to the holiday.<br />

(3) Where a workman who is entitled to the holiday, is required or allow to work on any holiday, he shall<br />

at his option be entitled to:<br />

(a) Twice the wages or, (b) wage or such day and to avail himself <strong>of</strong> a substituted holiday with wages<br />

on one <strong>of</strong> seven days immediately before or after the day on which he so works.<br />

10. (a) Leave with wages: Every workman who has worked under a contractor during the calendar year<br />

shall be allowed leave with wages for number <strong>of</strong> days calculated at the rate <strong>of</strong><br />

(i) If an adult one day for every 20 days <strong>of</strong> actual work performed by him. (ii) If a young person one day<br />

for every 15 days <strong>of</strong> actual work performed by him.<br />

EXPLANATIONS: For counting the days <strong>of</strong> actual work weekly <strong>of</strong>fs, festival holidays, and other<br />

interruptions like lay-<strong>of</strong>fs. Shall be treated as service rendered.<br />

(b) Leave admissible under this clause shall be exclusive <strong>of</strong> all holidays whether occurring during or at<br />

either and <strong>of</strong> the period <strong>of</strong> leave<br />

(c) In calculating leave under this clause fraction <strong>of</strong> leave <strong>of</strong> half-a-day or more shall be treated as one<br />

full days leave and fraction <strong>of</strong> leave less than half-a-day shall be omitted.<br />

Provided that the total number <strong>of</strong> days <strong>of</strong> leave that may be carried forward to a succeeding year shall<br />

not exceed 30 days in the case <strong>of</strong> adult worker and 40 days in the case <strong>of</strong> child worker or the contactor<br />

shall pay the full wages whenever the contract Labour quits the employment in hew there<strong>of</strong>.<br />

(d) A workman may at any time apply in writing to the contractor or his authorised representative not<br />

less than 7 days before the date <strong>of</strong> which he wishes his leave to begin to take all the leave or any<br />

portion there <strong>of</strong> allowable to him during the calendar Year.<br />

Provided further that the number <strong>of</strong> times in which leave may be taken during any “feat shall not exceed<br />

three.<br />

e) Every employee for the period <strong>of</strong> leave allowed under this section shall be paid at a sate equal to the<br />

daily averages <strong>of</strong> his total full time earnings for the days on which he worked during the month<br />

immediately proceeding his leave exclusive <strong>of</strong> any over - time but exclusive <strong>of</strong> D.A.<br />

(f) If a woman entitled to leave is discharged by the contractor before he has been allowed such leave<br />

<strong>of</strong> if the leave applied for by such workman has been refused and if he quite his employment before he<br />

has been allowed the leave, the contractor shall pay to the workmen within one week the amount in<br />

respect <strong>of</strong> the period <strong>of</strong> the invalid leave.<br />

(g) If the existing leave facilities are more beneficial than these provided in the above section the<br />

employee will continue to enjoy the existing facilities.<br />

11. MAINTENANCE OF REGISTERS : Every contractor shall maintain relevant registers as provided in<br />

Rules 78 <strong>of</strong> the contract labour (Regulation and abolition) Rules, 1971.<br />

12. WAGES: 1) Where no rates <strong>of</strong> wages have statutory being fixed for any category or class <strong>of</strong><br />

workmen the contractor shall pay wages not less than Rs. 192.46 per day to an unskilled employees<br />

Rs. 211.61 per day to semiskilled and Rs. 236.00 per day to skilled employees subject to revision as<br />

may be notified by Commissioner <strong>of</strong> Labour from time to time.<br />

2) If the statutory wages in force are more beneficial to the workmen they will continue to be paid not<br />

with standing the rates <strong>of</strong> wages proposed to be fixed under Rule 25(V) (b) <strong>of</strong> the Andhra Pradesh<br />

Contract Labour (Regulation and abolition) Rules, 1971.<br />

13. Where any category <strong>of</strong> employee is actually in receipt <strong>of</strong> higher rate <strong>of</strong> wages than those specified<br />

above he/she shall continue to be paid such higher wages.<br />

EXPLANATION: i) Where the monthly rate has to be computed it shall be multiplied by 30 days.<br />

ii) Where the employees are being paid at piece rates, they shall not receive wages less than the wages<br />

provided in clause (i) above.

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13. Lay Off: 1) The contractor may at any time in the event <strong>of</strong> fire catastrophe, break down <strong>of</strong><br />

machinery or storage <strong>of</strong> power supply epidermis civil connection o other causes beyond his control stop<br />

work for any period or periods without notice<br />

2) In the event <strong>of</strong> such stoppage during work hours, the workmen effected shall be notified by<br />

the notice put upon the notice board in a conspicuous place as soon as practicable, when the work will<br />

be resumed and whether they are remain on leave the place <strong>of</strong> workmen shall not ordinarily be required<br />

to remain for more than two hrs. After the commencement <strong>of</strong> stoppage, if the period <strong>of</strong> detention does<br />

not exceed one hour the workmen sustained shall be entitled to receive wages for the shale <strong>of</strong> the time<br />

during which they are detained as a result <strong>of</strong> the stoppage. In case <strong>of</strong> piece rate workers ,the average<br />

daily earning for the previous week shall be taken to be the daily wages.,<br />

3) Where workmen are laid <strong>of</strong>f short period ,on account <strong>of</strong> failure to plant or temporary<br />

curtailment <strong>of</strong> production the period <strong>of</strong> unemployment shall be treated as compulsory leave either with<br />

or without indefinitely long period or the contract work is completed their service may be terminated<br />

after giving their due notices or pay in lieu <strong>of</strong> notice.<br />

4) The may in the event <strong>of</strong> a strike effecting either wholly or partially any section or department <strong>of</strong> the<br />

contract work close down either wholly or partially such section <strong>of</strong> department and any other section or<br />

department effected by such closing down. The fact such closure shall be notified by notice put on the<br />

notice board in the section <strong>of</strong> the department as soon as practicable. The workmen concerned shall<br />

also not notified by a general notice prior to resumption <strong>of</strong> work will be resumed.<br />


1) No contractor shall without a reasonable cause, terminate the service <strong>of</strong> a workman who has<br />

been in this employment continuously for a period for a period <strong>of</strong> thirty days or more without<br />

giving a workman at least 3 period <strong>of</strong> 3 days notice in writing or wages in the lieu <strong>of</strong> except for<br />

misconduct.<br />

2) The following acts and omission shall be treated as misconduct on the part <strong>of</strong> workmen.<br />

a) Will full in-sub-ordination or disobedience whether alone or in combination with other <strong>of</strong> any<br />

lawful and reasonable <strong>of</strong> supervisor.<br />

b) Striking work <strong>of</strong> inciting others to strike contravention <strong>of</strong> the provisions any law.<br />

c) Will full slowing down in performances, are abetment, or instigation there<strong>of</strong>.<br />

d) Theft, fraud or dishonesty in connection with contractor’s or principal employer’s.<br />

e) Habitual breach <strong>of</strong> any law applicable to the work place or any rule made there under.<br />

f) Drunkenness riotous <strong>of</strong> disorderly or indecent behavior at the workplace.<br />

g) Habitual neglect or work or habitual negligence.<br />

h) Willful damage to work in progress.<br />

i) Holding meeting with in premises with out prior permission <strong>of</strong> the employer.<br />

j) Gambling within the premises <strong>of</strong> work.<br />

k) Sleeping while on duty.<br />

l) Habitual late attendance.<br />

m) Threatening, abusing or assaulting any superior or co-worker.<br />

n) Habitual absence without leave or absence without leave for more than 5 consecutive days or<br />

over staying the sanctioned leave without sufficient grounds or proper or satisfactory<br />

explanation.<br />

3) A workman guilty <strong>of</strong> misconduct may be punished with warning, fine suspension for a period <strong>of</strong> 7<br />

days or dismissed.<br />

4) No order <strong>of</strong> punishment for misconduct shall be made expect after holding an enquiry Against<br />

the workman following the principles <strong>of</strong> natural justice while awarding punishment to the gravity <strong>of</strong><br />

misconduct and previous record <strong>of</strong> the workman shall be taken Into consideration.<br />

4) A workman who absents himself for more than 5 continuous working days without applying for<br />

the leave or making a representation to the contractor and without sufficient Cause, the <strong>services</strong><br />

<strong>of</strong> the employees will be liable to be terminated without notice

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This note or guide is intended to serve as a synopsis on the relevant aspects <strong>of</strong> the amended provisions<br />

<strong>of</strong> the ESI Act and the General Regulations which are coming into force from 27.1.85 for which a<br />

notification has already been issued by the Government <strong>of</strong> India Ministry <strong>of</strong> Labour, This is not<br />

exhaustive and has to be supplemented b1 he actual amended provisions <strong>of</strong> the Act and Regulations.<br />



1. Upper wage limit for the purpose Qf coverage <strong>of</strong> employee” 2(9) has been to Rs.6,500/-per month<br />

from Rs. 3,000/-. All other conditions remain the same. The definition <strong>of</strong>: Wages” has not been<br />

changed.<br />

2. . For purpose <strong>of</strong> coverage, if an employee is covered at the beginning <strong>of</strong> the contribution period, he<br />

will continue to be covered till the end <strong>of</strong> the contribution period. If an employee’s wages fall below<br />

Rs.6,500/- in month, he will continue to be covered from that wage period till the end or the contribution<br />

period.<br />

3. The contributions due will be paid at 1.75% and 4.75% on the actual wages paid / payable, even<br />

when the same exceeds Rs.6,500/-.<br />

4. For purpose <strong>of</strong> section 2(9) i.e. coverage <strong>of</strong> an “employee”, the overtime wages are to be excluded<br />

as at present.<br />


1. According to the amended section 42 <strong>of</strong> the Act, the employee’s contribution is not require to be paid,<br />

if<br />

the average wages <strong>of</strong> an employee are below Rs.6/-per day during a wage period.<br />

2. The average daily wage during the wage period will be calculated on a national basic taking into<br />

account what the employees would have received if he had worked on all the days during the wage<br />

period.<br />

divided by 26, if monthly paid, by 13 if fortnightly paid; and by 6. if weekly paid, in case <strong>of</strong> piece rated<br />

workers, the average daily wages are to be calculated dividing the wages earned by him in<br />

the wage period by the number <strong>of</strong> days in full or part, for which he had worked for wages in that wage<br />

period.<br />

3. Working for a part a day will be reckoned as one full day.<br />

4. Though the employee need not pay the contribution, the employer has, nevertheless, to pay his<br />

share <strong>of</strong> contribution at 4.75% even if the wages are below Rs.6/- per day.<br />


1. Contributions for a wage period shall be payable at 1 75% <strong>of</strong> the wages in respect <strong>of</strong> every covered<br />

employee.<br />

2. Similarly the employer’s contribution will be the rate <strong>of</strong> 4.75% og wahes payable in respect <strong>of</strong> all the<br />

covered employees<br />

3. The above ‘two calculations are to be rounded to next higher multiple <strong>of</strong> 5 paisa<br />

4. Though employee’s and employer’s share are delinked from each other, they are to be paid together<br />

as contributions (Ref.Section 39).<br />

5. The purpose <strong>of</strong> payment <strong>of</strong> contributions the unit <strong>of</strong> contributions payable will be a wage period<br />

instead <strong>of</strong> a week.<br />


1. Section 47 and Section 50 have been emended. In terms <strong>of</strong> the amended provisions, an insured<br />

person will be entitled for sickness or maternity benefit as the case may be, if the contributions in<br />

respect <strong>of</strong> insured persons were paid/payable for not less than half the number <strong>of</strong> days in the<br />

corresponding contribution period.<br />

2. The standard contribution period from 1st April to 30th September will have 183 days and<br />

contribution period from 1st October to 31st March will have days (183 days in leap year).

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3. Thus, in respect <strong>of</strong> any insured person contrib.ons are to be paid /payable at least for 91 or 92 days<br />

in the corresponding contribution period to make him eligible for sickness benefit/ maternity benefit.<br />

4. For receiving benefit in the first benefit period the contributions should have been paid for half the<br />

number <strong>of</strong> days in the corresponding shorter contribution period. For purpose <strong>of</strong> reckoning the number<br />

<strong>of</strong> days for which wages are paid, the days for which the wages are payable alone are to be included.<br />

This means that paid holidays and leave with wages will also count. Generally, for monthly rated<br />

employees, weekly holidays have to be included as for monthly rated employees; it is presumed that<br />

they receive wages for the weekly holidays also. For daily rated employees. If wages are not paid for<br />

holidays such holidays will not be included.<br />



1. The fixed contribution period and benefit period are given in Regulation 4.<br />

2. The first benefit period for all newly appointed employees will commence only after the expiry <strong>of</strong> 9<br />

months from the date <strong>of</strong> employment, and the first benefit period will also end alone with the standard<br />

benefit period already fixed.<br />

The first contribution period will be contribution period current corresponding to the date <strong>of</strong> appointment<br />

and will begin from the date <strong>of</strong> employment<br />

4. For those persons, whose date <strong>of</strong> appointment is 28th or 29th or 30th or 31st May, in any year, the<br />

first benefit period will commence from 28th February <strong>of</strong> the year following (29th February in leap year if<br />

appointed after 29th may).<br />


1. All the existing contribution periods will end on 26th January, 1985.<br />

2. The following will be the contribution periods and benefit periods as per the old provisions, but now<br />

modified to fit in with the amended provisions.<br />

Set<br />

(1)<br />

(A)<br />

(B)<br />

(C)<br />

Last Contribution<br />

Period<br />

(2)<br />

29.07.84 to<br />

26.01.85<br />

30.09.84 to<br />

26.01.85<br />

25.11.84 to<br />

26.01.85<br />

Number <strong>of</strong> weeks<br />

(3)<br />

Minimum Number<br />

<strong>of</strong> weekly<br />

contributions<br />

necessary to<br />

SB/MB<br />

(4)<br />

Last benefit<br />

period<br />

corresponding to<br />

the contribution<br />

period given in<br />

column (2).<br />

(5)<br />

26 13 28.04.1985 to<br />

26.10.-1985<br />

17 9 30.06.85 to<br />

26.10.85<br />

9 5 01.09.1985 to<br />

26.10.1985<br />

3. Thus it can be seen that all benefit periods will also end along with the A-set benefit period on 26-10-<br />

1985.<br />

4. The first contribution period in the new system will be from 27-1-1986 to 3 1-3-1985, and the<br />

corresponding benefit period for this contribution period would be from 27-10-1985 to 31.12.1985. To<br />

qualify for sickness benefit and Maternity the insured person should first pay contributions for not less<br />

than 32 days.<br />

5. For purpose <strong>of</strong> reckoning 91 days for receipt <strong>of</strong> sickness benefit in two consecutive benefit periods,<br />

the shorter benefit period will also count as one benefit period.<br />

3 RE-ENTRY.<br />

1. All the re-entered employees i.e. who have become employees under the ES! Act by Virtue <strong>of</strong> their<br />

wages being less than Rs. 6,500/- and more than Rs. 3,000/- are entitled for Medical Benefit from

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27.01.1985. For this purpose, the employer will certify in the revised ESIC - 37 form almost their entry in<br />

to insurable employment.<br />

2.On production ESIC-37 and identity Card at the ESI dispensaries, the insured persons can avail<br />

medical Benefit.<br />

3. All those who are having old identity Card at the ES! Dispensaries, the insured persons can avail<br />

medical Benefit<br />

4. Those who has lost their cards will obtain duplicate cards by submitting ESIC-72 Forms certified by<br />

the employer<br />

For this purpose the employer will superscribe in ESlC -72 as “reentered insurable employment on 27-<br />

1-85 For such employees Duplicate identity Cards will be issued free <strong>of</strong> cost at Local <strong>of</strong>fices<br />

5.These duplicate identity Cards for the recovered employees will only be forwarded to 1cS who will<br />

issue the cards to insured persons, after forwarded to employers who will issue the cards o insured<br />

persons, after obtaining the acknowledgement for the cards<br />

6.Form 27.1-1985 A,B & C sets are abolished. Therefore the new entrants document declaration forms<br />

if any available forms will be accepted.<br />

7. As at present temporary identity cards will be issued immediately.<br />

8. Permanent Identity cards will be issued shortly.<br />

9. The employer is to deliver permanent identity cards only to such employees who have been in<br />

employment for more than 3 months and if any employee has left service before that the cards to be<br />

returned to local <strong>of</strong>fice.<br />

4.MAINTENANCE OF REGISTER IN FORM 7: (Registered under Reg.32)<br />

1. The register has to be maintained in form 7 in accordance with the provisions under regulation 32.<br />

The first 6 columns <strong>of</strong> the register are self-explanatory. In column No.7, the number <strong>of</strong> days, for which<br />

‘wages’ are paid/payable are to be included. For this purpose the wage period ending in the relevant<br />

calander month are only are to be taken.<br />

2. Likewise, the amount <strong>of</strong> wages paid, corresponding to the number <strong>of</strong> days shown in the column 7.<br />

Will be taken into account in the 8 th column all other allowances, which attract the definition <strong>of</strong> wages<br />

under section (22) will be included such as overtime. House rent allowances, shift allowances, washing<br />

allowances incentive bonus etc., the column 9 will give 1.75% <strong>of</strong> total wages paid/payable to an<br />

employee as given in column 8. The columns 7, 8 &9 will be filled in at the end <strong>of</strong> the respective month.<br />

Similarly the columns 10, 11, 12 and 13,14,15 and 16,17,18 and 19,20,21 and 22, 23, 24 will be filled in<br />

at the end <strong>of</strong> te respective months.<br />

3. The figures in Column 7 to 26 shall be in respect <strong>of</strong> wage periods ending in a particular calendar<br />

month.<br />

4. At the end <strong>of</strong> 6 months the relevant Columns will be totaled to get the total number <strong>of</strong> days in<br />

contribution period for which wages paid/payable and the same will be noted in the column 25 for each<br />

and every employee.<br />

5 Similar exercises will be done in respect <strong>of</strong> Column 26 and 27.<br />

6 Column 28 is Self-explanatory.<br />


1. Return <strong>of</strong> contribution is to be submitted as per Form 6 in quadruplicate. the Form 6 contains the<br />

particulars <strong>of</strong> total contributions paid along with the employees’ and employers share separately.<br />

2. It is easier to furnish the information in Form 6 Form 7 as columns 25 in Form 7 correspond to<br />

column 4 in Form 6, Column 26 <strong>of</strong> Form 7 Corresponds to Columns 5 <strong>of</strong> Form 6. Column26 <strong>of</strong> Form 7<br />

corresponds to column 6 and Column against the employee concerned in form 6<br />

3. The date <strong>of</strong> appointment if appointed during the contributions period has to be invariable mentioned<br />

in the remarks column against the employee concerned in form 6.

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4. All other conditions regarding the made <strong>of</strong> submissions <strong>of</strong> this return is uncharged except the due<br />

date.<br />

5, With regard to payment <strong>of</strong> employers share <strong>of</strong> contribution, the amended provision is Schedule - I <strong>of</strong><br />

the principal Act may give an impression that the employer has to work out contributions at the rate <strong>of</strong><br />

4.75% in respect <strong>of</strong> each and every covered employee. But it will be sufficient for the employer to total<br />

up column 8,11, 14, 17, 20 and 23 <strong>of</strong> Form 7 (Register under Reg.32) and to pay 4.75 percent on the<br />

total there<strong>of</strong>.<br />


1. The contributions will fail due on the last day <strong>of</strong> the wage period.<br />

2. The contributions shall be paid within 21 days <strong>of</strong> the last day <strong>of</strong> the calendar month the contributions<br />

fall due. Thus, in effect the contributions will have to be paid within 21 days <strong>of</strong> the following month, in<br />

which the wage period has ended.<br />

3. For submission <strong>of</strong> Return <strong>of</strong> Contributions, 30 days time is allowed from the expiry <strong>of</strong> contribution<br />

period. Thus, normally, the due dates are 30th April and 30th October every year.<br />

4. In case <strong>of</strong> closure <strong>of</strong> a factory <strong>of</strong> establishment 30 days time will count from the date <strong>of</strong> closure.<br />

7. FORMS:<br />

1. In all forms, wherever the amount <strong>of</strong> Rs.3,000/- is occurring this is changed to Rs. 6,500/-<br />

2. Set-wise classification is abolished in respect <strong>of</strong> all forms.<br />

CONCLUSION: As all the present sets <strong>of</strong> contribution periods & on 26-1-1985, during the transition<br />

period, it may cause some hardship to the bi employer for submission <strong>of</strong> returns for all sets. As the<br />

benefit periods in respect <strong>of</strong> the set B and Set C are to start much later, it is under consideration <strong>of</strong> the<br />

<strong>corporation</strong> to give some extra time for them to submit the returns <strong>of</strong> the contributions in respect <strong>of</strong> set<br />

.B and set C. To that effect, the formal order <strong>of</strong> Director General are awaited.<br />

2. With the beginning <strong>of</strong> the new system, the employers have to work contributions at 2,1/4% and 5% <strong>of</strong><br />

wages payable from 27-1-1985. For the 5 days in the month <strong>of</strong> January 5/31 will be the proportion in<br />

which the wages paid/payable for 5 days will be reckoned. The employer has to pay contributions for<br />

the 5 days also as specified in the amended regulation 31 read with section 39 & first schedule <strong>of</strong> the<br />

principal Act.<br />

3. Here again, as the benefit period is to commence, from October 1985, the relaxation <strong>of</strong> Regulation 26<br />

is under consideration. The director General’s orders are awaited.<br />

“Daily rate <strong>of</strong> benefit (herein after referred to as the “standard benefit rate”) in respect <strong>of</strong> group <strong>of</strong><br />

employees specified in the first column <strong>of</strong> the the Table below shall be the amount respectively<br />

specified in the corresponding entry in the second column there<strong>of</strong>.<br />

TABLE<br />

Group <strong>of</strong> employees whose average daily Corresponding daily standard benefit rate<br />

wages are<br />

01. Rs. Below Rs.6/- Rs. Ps<br />

2.50<br />

02. Rs. 6 and above but below Rs.8/- 3.50<br />

03. Rs. 8 and above but below Rs 12/- 5.00<br />

04. Rs. 12 and above but below Rs.16 7.00<br />

05. Rs.l6andabovebutbelowRs.24 10.00<br />

06. Rs. 24 and above but below Rs.36 15.00

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07. Rs. 36 and above but below Rs.48 20.00<br />

08. Rs. 48 and above but below Rs.64 28.00<br />

09. Rs. 64 and above but below Rs.80 36.00<br />

10. Rs. 80 and above but below Rs.96. 44.00<br />

11. Rs.96and above 53.00

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Materials: (For Civil works other than R.C.C work and Structural work)<br />

WATER<br />

1. Water shall be delivered at one point from main <strong>of</strong> ECIL or from employers’ own source. The<br />

contractor shall provide sufficient storage accommodation for the water as and when directed by<br />

The Engineer-In-charge. Wastage <strong>of</strong> water shall not be permitted.<br />

2. Sand shall conform to I.S. 1542-1960 SAND<br />

Sand shall be from river or from any other source approved by the Engineer -Incharge, and shall be<br />

clean, sharp, course and free from salt, earth, vegetable matter and other impurities. It shall be<br />

washed with clean water if required by the Engineer Incharge. The soluble contents shall not<br />

exceed 0.5 %. For the concrete work, the sand shall be coarser than that for masonary work.<br />

BRICK<br />

3. Brick shall be <strong>of</strong> uniform size 9”x4 1/2” x3” I.S. Class ‘C’ quality approved by the Engineer- Incharge,<br />

table molded and free from grit. They shall be well burnt, sound and with sharp edges and corners<br />

and shall give a ringing sound when struck with trowel. It shall be free from impurities such as lime,<br />

iron and deleterious salts. No brick with 24 hours <strong>of</strong> immersion in water shall absorb more than 15%<br />

<strong>of</strong> its weights.<br />


4. This shall be broken to required size from hard stone and shall consist <strong>of</strong> hard sharp, angular<br />

pieces, strong and durable and shall be free from clay fine sand other adherent coatings. It shall be<br />

washed with clean water if required by the Engineer-in-Charge. This shall be well graded. Flat stone<br />

chips are not allowed. The aggregates shall conform to I.S.383-1963.<br />

STONE<br />

5. Stone for rubble masonry shall be the best <strong>of</strong> its kind, sharp and angular, free from flakes and <strong>of</strong><br />

quality approved by the Engineer-In-Charge. No earthy or discolored, weather or water-worn stone<br />

shall be used. No stone shall be less than one cubic foot. All stones for cut stone work shall be the<br />

best <strong>of</strong> its kind, sound durable, free from flaws, cracks, crystals, mineral, salts, cavities or other<br />

defects and <strong>of</strong> uniform texture and colour. All stone shall be laid on their naturals beds and properly<br />

bonded in the work.<br />

CEMENT<br />

6. Cement means ordinary Portland cement conforming to I.S. 296-1958 and shall be <strong>of</strong> Indian make<br />

brand to be approved by Engineer-In Charge. Cement shall be kept in a perfectly water tight or<br />

otherwise suitable store and wooden floor <strong>of</strong> which is raised at least 6” above ground. The<br />

Contractor shall keep sufficient quantity <strong>of</strong> cement to ensure continuity <strong>of</strong> work and each<br />

consignment shall be stocked separately as to permit <strong>of</strong> each access for inspection. Cement which<br />

shows sign <strong>of</strong> setting or which is affected by moisture shall be rejected and material shall be<br />

removed within 24 hours from the site.<br />

TIMBER<br />

7. Timber shall be the best teakwood available approved by Engineer-In charge perfectly dry, well<br />

seasoned and shall be free from sapwood, knots, shakes, cracks, any other defects and<br />

appearance <strong>of</strong> rot. All timber that is to be cut from legs shall be brought on site and stacked a month<br />

before using. No timber shall be painted or oiled without the permission <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-In-Charge.<br />

8. Steel shall be <strong>of</strong> sections shown on the drawings and shall conform IS-226-1955 (Revised from time<br />

to time) specification for structural steel. It could be either <strong>of</strong> approved Indian or foreign manufacture<br />

subject to conditions and test indicated in above referred Indian Standard.<br />


The various items shall be fabricated according to Indian Standard specification and shall be<br />

reverted, bolted or welded. All concealed steel work (i.e. not exposed to view) shall be painted<br />

with two coats <strong>of</strong> genuine red lead.

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9. Cast iron shall be from best quality tough grey pig iron. The casing shall be sound, stap and <strong>of</strong><br />

exact form required and shaped to fit the parts properly and holding full dimensions and entirely free<br />

from air holes, cracks, flaws and defects <strong>of</strong> any kind and be painted with one coat <strong>of</strong> anticorrosive<br />

paint before it leaves the foundry. Holes for bolts shall be drilled or cast as directed. All necessary<br />

pattern and moulds shall be first got approved by the Engineer-In-Charge. The foundry in which the<br />

castings are prepared shall be first approved by the Engineer-In-Charge before starting the work.<br />

Wherever necessary the various parts shall be fitted together at work as directed by Engineer-In-<br />

Charge.<br />

After fixing on site the cast iron work shall receive 3 coats <strong>of</strong> oil paint in selected tints or aluminum<br />

paint as directed by the Engineer-In-Charge.<br />


10. All wrought iron work shall be from the best iron <strong>of</strong> size and shape shown on the drawings or<br />

ordered. The iron work shall be free from burns, blisters, cracks and shall be coated with one coat <strong>of</strong><br />

anticorrosive paint. All screws, bolts, straps, small articles and fittings <strong>of</strong> wrought iron shall be<br />

dipped in or coated with linseed oil. No iron work <strong>of</strong> inferior workmanship shall be allowed to be<br />

used.<br />

All wrought iron work shall be made by a firm or persons to be approved by the Engineer-In-<br />

Charge, before starting the work. After fixing on site the Wrought iron work shall be covered with<br />

3 coats <strong>of</strong> oil paint in selected tints, or coats <strong>of</strong> aluminum paint.<br />

W.I. work shall be measured in square meter or as specified.<br />

11. Unless otherwise specified, the glazing shall be patent, flattened sheet glass <strong>of</strong> best quality, plain or<br />

ground and shall be free from flaws, specks or bubble. It shall weight 24 ozs per square foot upto a<br />

size <strong>of</strong> 2”x24” and above that size use <strong>of</strong> 26 ozs per square foot. Thicker or special glazing or wired<br />

glass where specified shall be <strong>of</strong> a quality approved by the Engineer-In-Charge.<br />

12. It consists <strong>of</strong> (1) A base (2) A vehicle or carrier (3) A Drier (4) A coloring pigment and (5) A solvent.<br />

PAINT<br />

Base: This shall be white lead, red lead, zinc, oxide or iron <strong>of</strong> best quality approved by the Engineer-In-<br />

Charge.<br />

Vehicle: The double boiled linseed oil shall be used <strong>of</strong> approved quality.<br />

Quality:<br />

Driers:<br />

In dry weather it must harden and set in 24 to 35 hrs.<br />

Sulphate if zinc or red lead shall be used as driers.<br />

Coloring pigment: This shall be <strong>of</strong> approved metallic slat to give the required shade.<br />

Solvents: Spirits and turpentine shall be used as solvent. The proportion shall be 2lbs. <strong>of</strong> white wint<br />

1 lb <strong>of</strong> turpentine and ½ lb. <strong>of</strong> linseed oil to give flat surface.<br />


(Other than R.C.C. work and structural steel work)<br />


1. The Contractor shall set out the building and structure according to the drawings and or instructions<br />

<strong>of</strong> the Engineer-In-Charge. The contractor shall prepare a requisite number <strong>of</strong> sight rails level<br />

boards and long stacks and mark out all foundations to plan and sections. He shall built all pegs and<br />

level marks with permanent cement masonry marks. The contractor shall commence the excavation<br />

only after the general setting out all lines and levels are approved by the Engineer-In-Charge.<br />


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2. The excavation for foundation shall be carried out to the depth at which in the opinion <strong>of</strong> the<br />

Engineer-In-Charge strata <strong>of</strong> good hard soil is met with. The excavation shall be carefully, got out to<br />

the shape and dimensions as shown or figured on the drawings or as required by the Engineer-In-<br />

Charge. If any <strong>of</strong> the excavation is taken down below the specified depth, the contractor shall fill in<br />

such excavation at his own expenses with 1:4:8 cement concrete well rammed in position until it is<br />

brought to specified level, filling it with excavated material will not be allowed for this purpose.<br />

If the trenches are made broader or longer than directed, the breadth and length shall be filled in<br />

after the foundations are build with earth rammed hard. The contractor shall at his own expenses<br />

and without any extra charge make provisions for all shoring shuttering, pumping dreading or bailing<br />

out <strong>of</strong> water and trenches shall be kept free from water while concreting or masonry work is in<br />

progress. The contractor shall also at his own expense remove portion <strong>of</strong> boulders or roots, old<br />

foundations etc., which are not with in the excavation work, the bottom <strong>of</strong> the trench shall be<br />

rammed and leveled up or stopped or dunged as may be directed by the Engineer-In-charge before<br />

filling work is started.<br />

The selected excavated earth shall be used for filling up sides <strong>of</strong> foundations in layers not<br />

exceeding 9” properly rammed and watered. The surplus materials shall be either spread to fill in<br />

the plinth including watering, ramming and thoroughly consolidating the same to the required level<br />

or deposited as directed on the site by the Engineer-In-charge or shall be carted away. The<br />

contractor shall not be paid for re-handling or double handling <strong>of</strong> the excavated material for the<br />

purpose <strong>of</strong> filling or disposal as specified above.<br />

Rock excavation shall include removal <strong>of</strong> ledge rock, concrete or masonry structures which required<br />

drilling or blasting and boulders larger than ½ cubic yard in volume. The measurements <strong>of</strong> the<br />

excavation shall be the net cubic contents.<br />

For footing the area <strong>of</strong> the pit excavated shall be the area <strong>of</strong> the blinding layer as given in the<br />

drawing. The quantity <strong>of</strong> excavation will be the product <strong>of</strong> this area and mean depth <strong>of</strong> excavation<br />

from the existing ground level.<br />

The additional excavation required for providing a work space for fixing shuttering and providing<br />

special treatments for the side <strong>of</strong> machinery foundations, underground tunnels, walls, basement walls<br />

etc., shall be paid for. Such working space shall however be not more than 2’-0” beyond the outer face<br />

<strong>of</strong> the structure and such extra excavation should be done with due permission <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-Incharge.<br />

3. DRY RUBBLE: Dry rubble packing shall be 9” in depth unless otherwise specified hand packed with<br />

large stones from quarry approved by the Engineer-In-charge. The stones shall be perfectly sound,<br />

as regular in shape as possible and their length about equal to the required thickness and shall be<br />

laid closely in position and firmly bedded, the length being perpendicular to the surface. The<br />

interstices shall be filled with stone chips <strong>of</strong> proper size and well driven in with crow bars and no<br />

earth shall be used for this purpose. The rubble packing shall be well rammed, watered and<br />

thoroughly consolidated to correct level or slope as directed to receive concrete bedding. The<br />

consolidation shall be carried out by mechanical means viz. power roller if required by Engineer-Incharge.<br />

4. All mass cement concrete shall be machine mixed in the proportion <strong>of</strong> 6 parts <strong>of</strong> metal, 3 parts <strong>of</strong><br />

sand and 1 part <strong>of</strong> cement unless otherwise specified or directed by the Engineer-In-charge. Water<br />

shall be added only gradually and no more shall be used than necessary to sufficiently wet the<br />

materials it shall be deposited generally in the trenches in horizontal layers <strong>of</strong> not more than 12”<br />

thick and vibrated. No more concrete shall be mixed than can be used within half an hour.

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The measurements <strong>of</strong> the work done shall be exact length, breadth and depth ordered by the<br />

Engineer-In-Charge or shown in figures on the drawings and after the concrete is consolidated. Any<br />

extra depth dug up shall be filled by the contractor with concrete at his own expense as mentioned<br />

in specification No.2.<br />

5. COURSED RUBBLE MASONARY: It shall be <strong>of</strong> best description <strong>of</strong> stone from approved quarry and<br />

mortar, to be constructed in courses not exceeding 9” in height. The stone to be large, carefully laid<br />

so as to break joints, flat bedded and laid flush in mortar. No dry work or hollow spaces shall be<br />

allowed in the masonry anywhere, smaller stones being carefully selected to fit roughly the<br />

interstices between the larger ones and bedded in mortar.<br />

Face stones shall be laid as far as possible without pinning in front. Fifty percent <strong>of</strong> these face<br />

stones shall be cubic foot or more in content shall tail back or blind into the work and twenty five<br />

percent shall be provided for every square yard <strong>of</strong> the facing.<br />

Quoin stones shall be selected stones neatly dressed with hammer or chiseled to from the required<br />

angle and laid header and stretcher alternatively. No quoin stone shall be less than one cubic foot in<br />

contents. Work to be well watered till it becomes hard and solid and to be well covered if fresh<br />

during thee rains. The masonry shall be kept well watered for three weeks.<br />

Measurement shall be actual cubical contents <strong>of</strong> the masonry work after deducting all openings. No<br />

deduction will be made in cubical contents for khandki facing, if any. Stone masonry to be left<br />

exposed shall be flush pointed as work proceeds.<br />

6. BRICK WORK: Every brick shall be thoroughly soaked in water before use till the bubbles cease<br />

to come up. No broken brick (bats) shall be used, except as closures. The courses shall be truly<br />

horizontal and work strictly in plumb. Joints shall be broken vertically and they shall not exceed ½”<br />

in thickness. The brick work shall not be raised by more than 12 single course per day. Tables shall<br />

be formed at every thirteenth course and kept full <strong>of</strong> water. The bricks shall be laid in English bond.<br />

The bricks shall be thoroughly bedded and flushed with mortar and shall be grouted full at every<br />

fourth course.<br />

String courses, cornices and moldings shall be set straight and true protecting brick work with<br />

properly cut and shaped bricks wherever necessary with as fine joints as possible.<br />

The walls shall be carried up regular in all cases when the nature <strong>of</strong> work will admit <strong>of</strong> it not leaving<br />

any part 2 (feet) lower than another. When circumstances render if necessary to carry on the safe<br />

section <strong>of</strong> a building in uneven courses, the bricks shall be raked back, so as to maintain a uniform<br />

and effectual bond.<br />

In brick arches and other circular work, the brick shall be shaped to slope, joints radiating correctly<br />

to the centre from front to back <strong>of</strong> walls and not more than 3/8” thick. The face bricks shall be <strong>of</strong><br />

uniform color and with sharp arises.<br />

The work shall be well watered three times a day for 10 days and afterward twice a day for a month.<br />

The work shall be protected during rains with all is or as otherwise directed.<br />

Scaffolding shall be on both sides <strong>of</strong> wall and work carried on by employing masons on both the<br />

sides <strong>of</strong> wall, <strong>of</strong> 9” and greater thickness. Half brick and brick on edge partitions may be constructed<br />

the employing mason on one side. For all brick work in cement mortar, the joints <strong>of</strong> all surfaces<br />

which are to be finished in plaster shall be raked out with a hooked tool to a depth <strong>of</strong> ¾” as the work<br />

progresses and before the cement mortar has set.<br />

The measurements <strong>of</strong> the work shall be product <strong>of</strong> the length, height and thickness being taken as<br />

2’4”, 2’0”, 1’6”, 1’2”, 9”, 4 ½” and 3” for walls 3, 2 ½, 2, 1 ½, 1 and ½ brick thick and brick on edge

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walls ½ brick and brick on edge walls also shall be measured in cubic meter. Deductions shall be<br />

made for all openings and lintels and columns occupying the whole thickness <strong>of</strong> the walls.<br />


7. Portland cement shall be thoroughly mixed dry with the fine sand in the specified proportion. Water<br />

shall be added gradually to make the mixture homogenous. No more cement mortar shall be mixed<br />

than cannot be used with in half an hour.<br />

The joints shall be raked out to a depth <strong>of</strong> ¾” and the mixtures <strong>of</strong> sand and cement shall be applied<br />

evenly to the surface <strong>of</strong> the wall. The surface shall be finished <strong>of</strong>f at once by being rubber over with<br />

a trowel till the cement appears on the surface. The surface thus rendered shall then be finished<br />

smooth with good quality lime-neero.<br />

Long straight edges shall be freely used to ensure a perfectly even surface. All corners and angles<br />

shall be perfectly plumb and true s<strong>of</strong>fits <strong>of</strong> arches shall be true arcs and circles. All exposed angles<br />

with door and window frames to be carefully finished. Internal angles shall be rounded if so ordered<br />

and arises shall be rounded splayed or bedded as ordered without extra.<br />

The measurements shall be in net square meter, openings shall be deducted and no jambs or s<strong>of</strong>fits<br />

shall be allowed.<br />


8. Cement mortar shall consist <strong>of</strong> 1 part <strong>of</strong> cement to 4 parts <strong>of</strong> screened and washed sand. It shall be<br />

applied to a thickness <strong>of</strong> 5/8” for the undercoat and floated with wooden floats to even surface. The<br />

surface <strong>of</strong> the undercoat shall be scratched by special wire tools for forming the key for finishing<br />

coat before the mortar has set and hardened.<br />

The finishing coat shall be 1 part cement, 3 part <strong>of</strong> properly graded washed sand so as to gibe a<br />

grained texture. The finishing coat shall be 1/8” thick uniformly applied and surface finished with a<br />

damp rubber sponge, worked with circular motion to receive coloured cement paint. When finished<br />

the surface shall be even and shall have grained texture.<br />

Adequate time interval shall be allowed between the application <strong>of</strong> successive coats for hardening.<br />

The coats shall be kept moist by watering and shall not be allowed to dry out.<br />


9. Neero shall be made <strong>of</strong> the best description <strong>of</strong> hydraulic lime slaked with fresh water and shifted.<br />

The lime shall be reduced to lime powder by grinding in a mortar mill with 160 turns. This shall be<br />

kept moist until used and mo more than be consumed in 15 days shall be prepared at a time. The<br />

application <strong>of</strong> Neero and finishing shall be as described under the specification for lime plaster. It<br />

shall be applied no lime mortar as may be specified.<br />


10. All types <strong>of</strong> paintings shall conform to IS-2395-1966. all plaster surfaces shall be thoroughly cleaned<br />

and shall receive three coats <strong>of</strong> colour wash in choice tints, as specified by the Engineer In-Charge.<br />

The first coat shall be <strong>of</strong> white lime evenly applied, to be rubbed down with sand paper.<br />

The second and third coat shall be <strong>of</strong> approved colouring powder mixed with water.<br />


Surfaces to be painted shall be dry, free from dust and rubbed SMOOTH by means <strong>of</strong> sand paper or<br />

purmice stone to the satisfaction <strong>of</strong> the Engineer In-Charge.

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The paints shall be mixed in the proportion <strong>of</strong> 2 lbs <strong>of</strong> zinc or lead white as required to 2 ½ lbs <strong>of</strong><br />

linseed oil and driers pigments added as required.<br />

The primary coat shall be <strong>of</strong> white zinc and double oil shall be applied evenly. After the primary coat<br />

is applied and perfectly dry all holes, cracks etc., shall be stopped with putty (made <strong>of</strong> linseed oil<br />

and whiting) and all knots properly kneaded. Then a second coat <strong>of</strong> paint with the addition <strong>of</strong> the<br />

pigment shall be evenly applied and allowed to dry. The third coat shall be carefully applied when<br />

directed.<br />


11. The timber shall be properly planed and wrought in a workman-like manner. Joints shall be true and<br />

fit properly and <strong>of</strong> the kind directed by the Engineer In-Charge. All timber when embedded in<br />

masonry shall be coated with two coats tar. In timber wrought on both sides a bare 1/8” less than<br />

the specified thickness will be allowed. The rate <strong>of</strong> wood work shall include the cost <strong>of</strong> all sawing,<br />

planning, jointing, framing, labour and materials for raising, fixing and all work-man ship and also the<br />

fitting, fixing and supply <strong>of</strong> all starps, bolts, nails, trehais and spikes, keys, wedges, pins, screws<br />

etc., necessary for the framing and fixing and 3 coats <strong>of</strong> paint. Joints and partitions inserted in the<br />

masonry shall be allowed for in the measurements. All carpentry work shall be measured in cubic<br />

meter.<br />

All teakwood work in curved pieces shall be measured as a piece out <strong>of</strong> which the work may be cut<br />

the visible edges <strong>of</strong> the beams, joints, posts etc., shall be beaded, rounded or chamfered as<br />

directed without extra charge.<br />


12. Glazing in building shall conform to IS 3548-1966. such parts as are directed shall be glazed with<br />

plain or ground sheet glass <strong>of</strong> specified thickness. For steel frames glass panes shall be fixed by<br />

means <strong>of</strong> aluminum beading as specified in the drawings. The corners <strong>of</strong> beading shall be welded at<br />

45 0 have photo frame finish. In case <strong>of</strong> wooden glazed shutters, styles and rails shall be ½” to<br />

receive the glass. Such bars shall be molded and metered and related on one side to receive the<br />

glass. Glass panes shall be fixed by means <strong>of</strong> teak heads and double putty i.e., putty first applied in<br />

the rebate and then over the glass panes.<br />

13. (a) GLAZIERS PUTTY<br />

Ordinary glaziers putty must not be used, as this will not set hard on metal. Glazing should be<br />

done by using special metal putty conforming to Indian Standard Specification No.420-1953. the<br />

frame must be completed cleaned and bedding putty and back putty should be applied in the<br />

rebate before glazing. Glass should then be cushioned into this bedding putty properly. Front<br />

putty thereafter should be applied. Beading shall then be fixed. The back putty which might have<br />

oozed out over the glazing rebate should then be cut <strong>of</strong>f square and smoothed down. This back<br />

putty is very essential as a part from preventing contact <strong>of</strong> glass with steel at point, it will also<br />

prevent glass rattle and the secretion <strong>of</strong> moisture between the steel and glass which might<br />

cause corrosion. It is advisable not to prepare putty long before fixing the windows as it is apt to<br />

become hard if left un used for some time. The amount <strong>of</strong> putty to be used for glazing should not<br />

be less than 0.1kg/meter <strong>of</strong> glass.<br />


14. These shall be constructed <strong>of</strong> teakwood boards 1” thick with only one joint in breadth. The joint shall<br />

be rebated 1/” thick and molded as per design and <strong>of</strong> width shall be fixed with iron screws. Fittings<br />

and finishing <strong>of</strong> the false paneled shutters shall be similar to that specified for the paneled shutters<br />

shall be similar to that specified for the paneled shutter.<br />

Measurements shall be taken in the manner as that for glazed shutters.

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15. Flush doors shall be ‘solid cored’ conforming to IS-2202 and shall be <strong>of</strong> specified thickness. The<br />

door shall be dipped and edged with seism or teak wood strips on the sides. The flush doors shall<br />

be <strong>of</strong> quality and manufacture approved by the Engineer In-Charge.<br />


16. Mild steel doors and windows shall be <strong>of</strong> design and manufacture approved by the Engineer In-<br />

Charge with glazing and fittings as directed. Samples <strong>of</strong> typical metal work shall be submitted for<br />

Engineer In-Charge’s approval. Sections <strong>of</strong> the frames are to conform to IS-1038.<br />


17. These shall be constructed with curved slats from steel metal <strong>of</strong> approved gauge with dimensions <strong>of</strong><br />

21” to 3” between centers <strong>of</strong> interlock and bridge depth <strong>of</strong> 5/8”. These curved slats shall slide into<br />

one another forming a continuous hinge throughout their length and shall be fitted with alternating<br />

end lock. They shall coil at the head <strong>of</strong> the opening with the weight <strong>of</strong> the shutter at all positions<br />

counter balanced by springs. Guides shall be 2 ½”. The springs shall be <strong>of</strong> best quality tempered<br />

sheet metal. They shall be opened from the outside and locking arrangement shall be provided at<br />

the bottom <strong>of</strong> the shutter on both ends. It shall be painted with one coat <strong>of</strong> red lead and two coats <strong>of</strong><br />

aluminium paint.<br />

The price shall be inclusive <strong>of</strong> guides, locking arrangements metal box at top <strong>of</strong> opening for housing<br />

coiled shutter and paint.<br />


18. Flooring shall consist <strong>of</strong> slabs <strong>of</strong> Shahabad stone <strong>of</strong> specified thickness <strong>of</strong> approved quality free<br />

from cracks and flankes and having even surface. The edges shall be straight. The stone shall be<br />

1’0”x1’0” unless otherwise specified and properly dressed squared and laid level or to slope as<br />

required with fine joints not exceeding 1/8”. They shall be firmly bedded flush in line nortar 1” thick<br />

floated with cement with no hollows between. The payment shall be well washed and pointed with<br />

cement and sand (1:1) flush with the surface <strong>of</strong> the stone and the pointing shall be kept wet for<br />

seven days.<br />


19. The flooring shall consist <strong>of</strong> slabs <strong>of</strong> hand machine polished Shahabad stone as may be specified<br />

thickness <strong>of</strong> approved quality free from cracks and flakes, <strong>of</strong> uniform colour and having an even<br />

surface and texture. The edges shall be straight. The stone shall be 1’0”x1’0” or 2’0”x2’0” unless<br />

otherwise ordered and properly dressed square and laid level or to slope as directed with fine joints<br />

not exceeding 1/16”. They shall be firmly bedded flush in lime mortar 20mm thick floated with<br />

cement with no hallows between. The flooring shall be well washed and pointed with cement and<br />

lime several (21:1) flush with the surface <strong>of</strong> the stones and shall be kept wet for seven days. After<br />

laying the flooring shall be rubbed and all unevenness removed.<br />


20. This shall <strong>of</strong> cement concrete made up <strong>of</strong> broken stone course aggregate <strong>of</strong> nominal maximum size<br />

<strong>of</strong> 0”, sand and cement in the proportion <strong>of</strong> 4:2:1 respectively. These shall be mixed as for cement<br />

concrete and laid 1 ½” thick.<br />

The surface on which the cement concrete floor pavement is to be laid shall be first cleaned all dust<br />

removed, washed and well watered before laying paving.<br />

The concrete shall be laid 1 ½” thick and compacted properly. The concrete should be placed in<br />

alternate panels. The surface shall be leveled with a float and properly compacted with screening<br />

board or by other efficient means, finishing surfaces shall be carried out with the float end the trowel<br />

in successive stages. Lines shall be cut on surface, if required. It shall be cured by keeping it<br />

flooded with water for 10 days.<br />


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21. Where coloured flooring is required, the work shall be carried out in two layers. The bottom layer<br />

shall be 1” to 1 ¼” <strong>of</strong> normal 1:2:4 concrete, as dry as possible, thoroughly compacted by temping<br />

or rolling. The second layer shall be 3/8” to ½” thick in which colouring pigment (oxide or iron for red<br />

colour) has been mixed with dry cement before making concrete, shall then be placed while the<br />

bottom layer is plastic, leveled with a float and thoroughly compacted with a screening board or by<br />

other efficient means.<br />

It shall be finished and cured in the same manner as the ordinary cement concrete flooring to<br />

the entire satisfaction <strong>of</strong> the Engineer In-Charge.<br />


22. Marble mosaic or terrazzo tile flooring shall be laid to required slope over a bedding <strong>of</strong> lime mortar<br />

1:2 20mm thick and cement floating. The later being laid over lime mortar. The tiles shall be laid as<br />

directed and shall be <strong>of</strong> approved make and colour. All rooms shall have a skirting 10” high and<br />

shall be get in cement mortar 1:3 and pointed in neat cement, mixed with pigment to match colour <strong>of</strong><br />

tiles and the rate shall include this. All points in tiles shall be level and full flush with cement so as to<br />

be water tight. The work in each room shall be carried out in one operation.<br />

The rate shall include complete laying with required bedding and floating, laying <strong>of</strong> tiles and<br />

machine polishing complete in every manner to the satisfaction <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-In charge. The final<br />

coat <strong>of</strong> polishing shall be done using oxalic acid to obtain highly smooth polished surface. The<br />

measurement shall be square meter. Basic rate <strong>of</strong> Rs………/SqM is to be assumed while quoting<br />

rates in the tender for finished work. If an approval <strong>of</strong> colour and make <strong>of</strong> the tiles, there is<br />

difference in basic cost, the same will be paid separately. Similarly for less rates rebate will be<br />

worked out.<br />

23. MARBLE MOSAIC CRAZY PAVING: This shall be laid to slope in the same manner as Marble<br />

Mosaic or Terrazo tiles, but instead <strong>of</strong> full tiles, broken tiles shall be used. The joints in this flooring<br />

shall not exceed ¾” to 1” average thickness and shall be leveled flush with the top. The<br />

measurements shall be in square meter and shall be paid for same in flooring only.<br />

24. WHITE GLAZEC TILES PAVING : White glazing tiles used shall be <strong>of</strong> best approved Indian<br />

make in size specified by Engineer-In-Charge. The thickness <strong>of</strong> tiles shall not be less than ¼<br />

corners, outer and inner and channels shall be <strong>of</strong> the diameter and quality approved by the<br />

Engineer-In-Charge. Dado tiles shall also be set in cement and neero gibing a clean surface without<br />

uneven joints, and shall be cleaned and washed with acid immediately before handing over the<br />

building. The tiles around the sanitary fittings shall be made to flush with the edges <strong>of</strong> the same. The<br />

rate shall include all work mentioned herein and no extra shall be charged for any <strong>of</strong> the various<br />

items mentioned the measurement shall be in square meter.<br />

25. BRICK BAT COBA: Brick bat coba shall be composed <strong>of</strong> 2 parts <strong>of</strong> bricks broken to regular<br />

pieces not more than 1” thick and 1 part <strong>of</strong> lime mortar 1:2 well mixed together and rammed hard till<br />

consolidated. Two labourers shall be employed for one day to ram 100Sft <strong>of</strong> coba.<br />

26. All waterpro<strong>of</strong>ing materials such as asphalt felt, waterpro<strong>of</strong>ing paper etc., shall be approved make,<br />

used after the quality and samples are approved by the Engineer-In-Charge.<br />

WATERPROOFING MATERIAL: Waterpro<strong>of</strong>ing material for waterpro<strong>of</strong> plaster shall be <strong>of</strong> approved<br />

manufacture and shall be mixed in cement mortar 1:3 as specified by the manufacturers.<br />

27. Polythene film for waterpro<strong>of</strong>ing <strong>of</strong> ro<strong>of</strong>s shall be laid as per specifications below:<br />


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1. The top surface <strong>of</strong> RCC slab shall be made smooth by either scrubbing with a wire brush or by the<br />

application <strong>of</strong> a thin coat <strong>of</strong> cement slurry to remove surface protections so as to avoid punctures in<br />

the film.<br />

2. Over the smooth surface as referred to above one coat <strong>of</strong> cold bitumen in water emulsion shall be<br />

applied\<br />

3. Then black polyethylene film <strong>of</strong> 400 to 500 gauge (i.e. 0.004 to 0.005”) shall be unrolled over the<br />

tacky surface <strong>of</strong> bitumen. Adjacent strips <strong>of</strong> films shall be preferably heat sealed or over lapped by<br />

75mm to 100mm and stock together by the same cold bitumen in water emulsion.<br />

4. Then a protective layer <strong>of</strong> atleast 10mm thickness <strong>of</strong> bituminous motar consisting <strong>of</strong> mixture <strong>of</strong> brick<br />

powder and bitumen in water emulsion in the proportion as stated below shall be spread over the<br />

film.<br />

Proportion: 8 liters <strong>of</strong> Janta emulsion are diluted with 20 liters <strong>of</strong> water, 2 ¾ cf. <strong>of</strong> fine brick powder<br />

(passing 8 mesh) shall then be added and then whole shall be well mixed.<br />

His film shall be taken to height <strong>of</strong> atleast 6’ from the RCC slab on brick parapet wall and tucked into<br />

chase made in the parapet wall, so as to avoid any leakage between the horizontal slab <strong>of</strong> the ro<strong>of</strong><br />

and parapet wall (Note: The payment shall be made for actual area <strong>of</strong> the film laid on RCC slab and<br />

along the height <strong>of</strong> the parapet).<br />

28. Tar felt for waterpro<strong>of</strong>ing shall be laid as per detailed specification below and shall conform to<br />

IS:1322-1965 & IS 1346-1966. Before laying the waterpro<strong>of</strong>ing, the top surface <strong>of</strong> RCC slab shall be<br />

made smooth by either scrubbing with a wire brush or by application <strong>of</strong> cement slurry to remove<br />

surface projections so as to avoid punctures in the tar felt.<br />


The sequence <strong>of</strong> laying tarfelt shall be as follows:<br />

i. One coat <strong>of</strong> bitumen primer at the rate <strong>of</strong> 2 to 3 gallons per 100 sft, shall be applied<br />

to the surface <strong>of</strong> concrete.<br />

ii. Hot bitumen blow on straight grade 10 to 12 kgs/100sft shall be applied after primer<br />

is dried.<br />

iii. Levy <strong>of</strong> tarfelt to be pressed into the hot bitumen<br />

iv. Moping out <strong>of</strong> hot bitumen shall be applied as per item no.2<br />

v. Dress top surface with pea sized gravel at the rate <strong>of</strong> 2cft/100sft<br />

29. Polythelene film for damp pro<strong>of</strong>ing <strong>of</strong> walls shall be laid as follows: -<br />


I. The top surface <strong>of</strong> the brick wall shall be cleaned to remove surface protections so as to avoid<br />

punctures in the film.<br />

II. Over the smooth surface as referred to above, one coat <strong>of</strong> cold bitumen in water emulsions<br />

shall be applied.<br />

III. The black polythelene film <strong>of</strong> 700 to 1000 gauge cut into the width as shown in the plans so as<br />

to project at least 75mm beyond the faces <strong>of</strong> the walls, shall then be unrolled over the tacky<br />

surface <strong>of</strong> the bitumen.<br />

IV. Brick work on top <strong>of</strong> polythelene film shall then be continued.

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All structural steel work shall conform to code <strong>of</strong> practice for use <strong>of</strong> structural steel in General<br />

Building construction I. S. 800-1962.<br />

1) Contractor: Unless the contractor satisfies the Engineer-in-charge that he has a complete<br />

workshop, equipment and facility for carrying out the steel work himself, the steel work shall be<br />

carried out by an approved sub-contractor to be selected by the Engineer-in-charge.<br />

2) The contractor is to satisfy himself that site plans supplied to him are correct, or to correct them<br />

by measurements taken at site and is to be responsible for correct setting out <strong>of</strong> all steel work as<br />

the work progresses.<br />

3) Weights: The payments shall be made on weights, which shall be calculated in accordance with<br />

the nominal weights <strong>of</strong> the sections and no allowance will be made for rolling margins. If it is<br />

found on actual weighbridge weighing that any steel weighs less by more than 2, the weight<br />

calculated in accordance with the nominal weights <strong>of</strong> the sections, such materials will be<br />

rejected and the contractor shall replace them with materials satisfactory sections complying<br />

with the nominal weights.<br />

Material: -<br />

4) Steel work: All structural steel shall be <strong>of</strong> tested quality and shall conform to IS:226 1955<br />

(revised from time to time) “specification for structural steel’. It could be either <strong>of</strong> approved<br />

Indian Foreign manufacture subject to conditions and test indicated in above referred Indian<br />

Standard.<br />

Work Manship:<br />

5) General: All parts forming a structure shall be in accordance with approved drawings. The<br />

workmanship and finish shall be equal to the best practice in modern bridge works and shall<br />

conform to IS-800-1256.<br />

6) Strengthening Material : All bars, plates or rolled sections shall before any other work is done<br />

upon them, be straightened, freed from twist, or otherwise trued.<br />

7) Finish: Shearing shall be neatly and accurately done and all portions <strong>of</strong> the work exposed to<br />

view neatly finish.<br />

8) Rivets: The size <strong>of</strong> the rivets, called for on plans shall be understood to mean the actual size <strong>of</strong><br />

the cold rivet before heating.<br />

9) Assembling: Rivetted members shall have all parts well pinned up and firmly drawn together<br />

with bolts before rivetting is commenced. Contact surfaces to be painted.<br />

10) Placing Bars : Placing bars shall be neatly rounded end sunless otherwise called for.<br />

11) Splice Plates and Fillers: Web splic3 plates and fillers under stiffeners shall be cut to fit within<br />

1/8” <strong>of</strong> flange angles.

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12) Web Plates: Web plates <strong>of</strong> girders, which have no cover plates shall be flush with back <strong>of</strong><br />

angles are to be not more than 1/4” slant, unless otherwise called for. When web plates are<br />

spliced, not more than 1/4” clearance between ends <strong>of</strong> plates will be allowed.<br />

13) Riveting: Riveting shall be driven by pressure tools wherever possible. Pneumatic hammers<br />

shall be used in preference to hand driving. Rivets shall completely fill the holes.<br />

14) Turned Bolts: Whenever bolts are used in places <strong>of</strong> rivets which transit shear, the holes<br />

shall be reamed parallel and the bolts turned to a driving fit.<br />

15) Members to be straight: The several pieces forming one built member shall be straight and<br />

fit closely together and finished members shall be free from twist, bends or open joints.<br />

16) Finish <strong>of</strong> Joints: Abutting joints shall be cut or dressed true and straight and fitted close<br />

together, especially, where open to view. In compression joints depending on contact bearing the<br />

surface shall be truly faced, so as to have even bearing after they are riveted up complete and when<br />

aligned.<br />

17) Field Connection: All holes for field rivets in splices in tension members carrying moving<br />

loads shall be accurately drilled to an iron template or reamed while the connecting parts are<br />

temporarily put together.<br />

18) Screw Threads: Screw threads shall make tight fits in the nuts and shall be (with worth)<br />

standard, except above the diameter <strong>of</strong> 3/8” when they shall be made with six threads per inch.<br />

19) Annealing: Steel except in minor details, which has been partially heated shall be properly<br />

annealed.<br />

20) Steel Casting: All steel castings shall be annealed.<br />

21) Bed Plates: Expansion bed plates shall be planned, true and smooth. Cast wall plates shall<br />

be planned top and bottom. The cut <strong>of</strong> the plating tool shall correspond with the direction <strong>of</strong> expansion.<br />

22) Shipping Details: Pins, Nuts, Bolts, rivets and other small details shall be boxed or crated.<br />

Painting Shop:<br />

23) Painting: All steel work before leaving the shop shall be thoroughly cleaned from all loose<br />

scale and rust, and be given one good coating <strong>of</strong> red lead paint conforming to IS-102-1 952, or as<br />

specified well worked into all joints and open spaces.<br />

24) In riveted work, the surface coming in contact shall each be painted (with paint) before being<br />

riveted together.<br />

25) Pieces and parts which are not accessible for painting after erection shall have two coats <strong>of</strong><br />

paint.<br />

26) The paint shall be a good quality <strong>of</strong> red lead or graphite paint ground with pure linseed oil, or<br />

such paint as may be specified in the contract.<br />

27) Machine finished surface shall be coated with white lead and yellow before shipment or<br />

before being put into the open air.<br />

28) The manufacturer shall furnish all facilities for inspecting and testing weight and quality <strong>of</strong><br />

workmanship at the mill or shop where material is fabricated. He shall furnish a suitable testing machine<br />

for testing <strong>of</strong> full sized members if required.

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29) Shop Plans: The Engineer-in-charge shall be furnished with approved complete shop plans<br />

and must be notified well in advance <strong>of</strong> the start <strong>of</strong> the work in shop in order that they may have an<br />

inspector on hand to inspect the material and workmanship.<br />

30) The Engineer-in-charge arid the employer shall have access at all times, to all parts <strong>of</strong> the<br />

mill or shop where material under their inspection is being fabricated.<br />

31) The Engineer-in-charge shall stamp each piece accepted with a pirate mark. Any piece not<br />

so marked may be rejected at any time and at any stage <strong>of</strong> the work. If the Inspector through an<br />

oversight or otherwise has accepted material or work which is defective or contrary to the specifications,<br />

this material no matter in what stage <strong>of</strong> completion may be rejected by the Engineer- in-charge.<br />

32) Full Size Tests: Full size, tests <strong>of</strong> any member shall be tested if required at the<br />

manufacturer’s expense. If the tests are not satisfactory, the material will not be paid for and the<br />

members represented by the tested member may be rejected.<br />

33) Erection:<br />

Tools The contractor shall furnish at his own expense all necessary tools, stating and<br />

equipment <strong>of</strong> every description required for the erection <strong>of</strong> the work and shall remove the same<br />

when the work is completed.<br />

All field connections in the trusses and frame work shall be welded or riveted as directed by the<br />

Engineer-in-charge. Connections <strong>of</strong> purlins and trusses may be bolted.<br />

The contractor shall put in position all bolts and anchors for attaching steel work to the masonry.<br />

He shall drill all the necessary holes in the masonry and set all bolts with neat Portland cement.<br />

34) Field rivets shall be driven by pneumatic riveters <strong>of</strong> approved make. A pneumatic bucker<br />

wherever possible shall be used with a pneumatic riveter. Splices and field connections shall have 50%<br />

<strong>of</strong> the holes filled with bolts and drift pins (<strong>of</strong> which one fifth shall be drift pins) before rivetting. Rivets in<br />

splices <strong>of</strong> compression choris shall not be driven until the abutting surfaces have been brought into<br />

contact throughout and submitted to full dead load stress. Field riveting shall be done to the satisfaction<br />

<strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in-charge.<br />

35) The erection shall also include all necessary hauling from the rail road station, the unloading<br />

<strong>of</strong> the materials and their proper care until the erection is completed.<br />

36) The contractor will conduct his work as not to interfere with traffic, Interfere with the work <strong>of</strong><br />

the other contractors or to close any thoroughfare.<br />

37) The contractor shall assume all risks <strong>of</strong> accidents and damages to persons and properties<br />

prior to the acceptance <strong>of</strong> the work.<br />

38) The contractor must remove all false work, pilling and other obstructions or unsightly<br />

material produced by his operations.<br />

39) The contractor shall comply with all ordinances or regulations appertaining to the work.<br />

40) The erection shall be carried forward with diligence and shall be completed promptly as per<br />

time schedule.

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41) Setting Out: The centre lines <strong>of</strong> all columns and stanchion bases and girder bearings etc.<br />

must be defined by the contractor with all the care necessary to ensure the whole work coming together<br />

in proper position. All bearing levels must be determined or checked by him to bench marks previously<br />

agreed upon with the Engineer-in-charge.<br />

42) Cantilever Beams: Care must be taken what the tail <strong>of</strong> any cantilever beam is suitably<br />

counter weighed at all stages <strong>of</strong> erection having regard to the load, which may be carried at the<br />

projecting and at any time. A stability margin <strong>of</strong> not less than 50 per cent will be insisted upon.<br />

43) Holding Down Bolts: All holding down bolts must be supplied sufficiently in advance <strong>of</strong><br />

erection to enable them to put in place or arrangements made for their insertion Templates must be<br />

furnished by the contractors where required.<br />

44) Columns and Stanchions without Bedplates: Columns and stanchions must be placed in<br />

true position and strictly vertical. In case where there will be no later disturbances or adjustment,<br />

columns and stanchions may be bedded on cement mortar when first raised, but where this is not so,<br />

they shall beset up on packings or wedges and not grouted till the first tier <strong>of</strong> beams is in place nor must<br />

upper lengths be added till girders attaching to lower lengths be added till girders attaching to lower<br />

lengths have been fixed.<br />

45) Joints, Beams and Girders: All joints, beams and girders having end connections must be<br />

put in place without any erection clearances if that is possible, reasonable springing <strong>of</strong> other member<br />

being permitted to avoid the use <strong>of</strong> liners otherwise necessary, but care must be taken to ensure that in<br />

doing this columns or stanch ions are not titled out <strong>of</strong> the vertical. Where expansion clearanced is<br />

required these must be assured.<br />

46) Floors: Whether the floor slab is put in but the contract or not, care must be taken to avoid<br />

disturbance or loading <strong>of</strong> the floors till properly matured and in no case are they to be loaded in such a<br />

manner as to involve risk or damage.<br />

47) Ro<strong>of</strong> Work : All ro<strong>of</strong> trusses shall be set up under favourable conditions with respect to wind<br />

and shall be effectually stayed during the progress <strong>of</strong> the work.<br />

48) Lifting : The responsibility for lifting rests with contractor. He must not use any lifting<br />

appliance whether his own or the property <strong>of</strong> another which is not suitable for the purposes. The<br />

aligning <strong>of</strong> steel work previous to lifting must be under the control <strong>of</strong> a man <strong>of</strong> experience. Where<br />

bundles <strong>of</strong> materials are to be lifted, care is to be exercised to ensure by proper lashings that the pieces<br />

will not separate, splay apart or slip out when raised. If required by the Engineer-in-charge, separate<br />

lifts must be practiced.<br />

49) Electrical Appliance : In case where electrical plant is used for lighting or for other<br />

purposes, all leads shall be properly insulated throughout their length, unless permitted otherwise, in<br />

which case loads must be suitably guarded to avoid any risk <strong>of</strong> short circuiting or <strong>of</strong> giving shock to<br />

these engaged upon the site.<br />

50) Motor Spirit: If for the use <strong>of</strong> power unit, motor spirit is needed this must be stored an<br />

<strong>limited</strong> quantities, in conformity with police rules.<br />

51) Painting after erection: After the building is erected, the metal work shall be thoroughly<br />

cleaned <strong>of</strong> mud, grease or other material then thoroughly and evenly painted with two coats <strong>of</strong> paint <strong>of</strong><br />

the kind specified by the Engineer-in-charge mixed with linseed oil. All recesses which may retain water<br />

or through which water can enter, must be filled with thick paint or some waterpro<strong>of</strong> cement before final<br />

painting. The different shades or colours and one coat must be allowed to dry thoroughly before the 2nd<br />

coat is applied. All painting shall be done with brushes <strong>of</strong> the best quality obtainable in the market. The<br />

paint shall be delivered on the work in the manufacturer’s original packages and be subject to

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inspection. If tests made by the inspector show that the paint is adulterated, the paint will be rejected<br />

and the contractor shall pay the cost <strong>of</strong> the analysis and shall scrape <strong>of</strong>f and thoroughly clean and<br />

repaint all material that has been painted with condemned paint. The paint shall not be thinned with any<br />

thing whatsoever in cold weather the paint may be thinned by heating under the direction <strong>of</strong> the<br />

inspector. No turpentine or benzing shall be allowed on the work, except by the permission <strong>of</strong> the<br />

Engineer-in-charge and in such quantity as he will allow. The Engineer-in-charge shall be notified when<br />

ay painting is to be done by the contractor and no painting shall be done until he has approved the<br />

surface to which the paint is to be applied. Painting shall not be applied out <strong>of</strong> the door in freezing, rainy<br />

or misty weather and surfaces to which paint is to be applied shall be dry, clean and warm.<br />

52) Welding:<br />

The welding shall be according to the following Indian Standards:<br />

IS... 812-1957<br />

IS... 813-1956<br />

IS... 814-1957<br />

IS... 816-1956<br />

The contractor shall submit evidence <strong>of</strong> having sufficient number <strong>of</strong> trained welding operators<br />

and who have ability to make flat, vertical overhead welds <strong>of</strong> uniform quality conforming to requirements<br />

laid in above referred Indian Standards. The Indian code <strong>of</strong> practice lS-818-1957 and IS -1179- 1957<br />

regarding safety and health requirement, equipment for eye and face protection during welding to be<br />

followed.<br />

53) The unit rate for structural steel work shall include the cost <strong>of</strong> welding complete and no extra<br />

will be allowed for the weight <strong>of</strong> welding.<br />

54) No member in two pieces to be welded or riveted.<br />

Sheeting:<br />

55) All asbestos cement, plain, trafford or big six sheets, pipes, gutters, ridge pieces, Louvers,<br />

etc. and other fittings, clamps bolts etc. shall be <strong>of</strong> approved manufacture.<br />

Mode <strong>of</strong> measurement and scope <strong>of</strong> item rates for structural steel work, mild steel,<br />

structural steel work:<br />

a) The unit <strong>of</strong> measurement shall be one metric ton <strong>of</strong> 1000 Kgs.<br />

b) The weights <strong>of</strong> steel entered in the bills <strong>of</strong> quantities are to be the calculated rates based on<br />

standard unit weights as per ISS Standards which is also the basis for issue <strong>of</strong> structural<br />

steel. Tolerance for rolling margin and other permissible deviation from standard rates are to<br />

be ignored.<br />

c) The weights <strong>of</strong> the bolts and nuts and the heads <strong>of</strong> rivets shall be included in the quantity <strong>of</strong><br />

steel work and shall be paid for at the item rate to steel work.<br />

d) The item rate shall include the cost <strong>of</strong> welding complete and no extra will be allowed for the<br />

weight <strong>of</strong> welding.<br />

e) The item rate shall include the cost <strong>of</strong> painting work as described in the specifications<br />

f) The item rate shall include supplying and fixing <strong>of</strong> steel wedge required to be provided for<br />

leveling purposes. Such steel wedges shall not form a part <strong>of</strong> the bill <strong>of</strong> quantities and shall<br />

not be paid separately.<br />

g) The structural steel work shall be in all types <strong>of</strong> works such as anchor bolts, base plates,<br />

stanchions, joints, girders, ro<strong>of</strong> trusses, trussed girders, purlins, bracings, framings, ladders

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and cat walls, fire escape stairs, excluding chequered plate all types <strong>of</strong> connections, rivets,<br />

bolts, nuts etc.<br />

h) Payment will be calculated for only the actual quantity <strong>of</strong> material as finally erected, without<br />

any deduction <strong>of</strong> holes, notches, skew cuts, etc. Plate work such as gussets <strong>of</strong> on shape<br />

except triangular ones shall be measured to their minimum rectangular dimensions. The<br />

triangular plates will be paid for the actual areas <strong>of</strong> the plates.<br />

Chequered Plate Flooring:<br />

a) The unit measurement shall be one square metre for the specified thickness.<br />

b) The item rate shall include the cost <strong>of</strong> painting work as per specifications or as directed on<br />

site.<br />

c) Payment shall made for the actual net area <strong>of</strong> material as finally erected. Holes <strong>of</strong> size 6”<br />

square or 6” square or 6” dia or below shall not be deducted.

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1. The work shall be in conformity with the requirements <strong>of</strong> Indian Standard code <strong>of</strong> practice for<br />

plain and reinforced concrete i.e. lS-456-1 964.<br />

All materials for reinforced cement concrete work i.e. cement, sand aggregates water and steel<br />

reinforcement shall conform to the latest IS--specifications.<br />

Plain concrete in foundations or site concrete shall be placed in direct contact with the bottom <strong>of</strong><br />

the excavation, the concrete being deposited in such manner as not to be mixed with earth.<br />

The bottom <strong>of</strong> excavation for reinforced concrete shall be covered with “Blinding” layer as shown<br />

in plan or as directed by Engineer-in-charge. The required cover <strong>of</strong> concrete under the<br />

reinforcement shall entirely above the blinding layer.<br />

For R. C. C. work, the contractor shall design mixes as per approved practice and specified<br />

standards for selecting proportion for concrete giving the stipulated minimum strength and<br />

approval by Engineer-in-charge. Strength <strong>of</strong> concrete required for various situations have been<br />

clearly stipulated in relevant items <strong>of</strong> schedule <strong>of</strong> quantities. Once approved, the design mix<br />

shall be strictly adhered to.<br />

Samples <strong>of</strong> concrete shall be taken and tested as recommended in IS Standards No: 456- 1964<br />

and IS-51 6-1 959 for quality control. Concrete cubes shall be furnished by the contractor and<br />

the testing will be arranged by the department. All materials and labour for making necessary<br />

tests will be at the cost <strong>of</strong> the contractor. The results <strong>of</strong> the tests conducted by the department or<br />

arranged by department in any <strong>of</strong> the recognized laboratories shall be taken as final and binding<br />

on the contractor.<br />

In case the compressive strength obtained from the test samples <strong>of</strong> concrete does not satisfy<br />

the strength requirements as stipulated in IS Code, the work is liable to be rejected.<br />


2. Reinforcement shall be accurately fixed and by approved means maintained in the position<br />

described on the drawings or elsewhere. Bars intended to be in contact at passing points shall<br />

be securely wired together at all such positions with No. 16 gauge annealed s<strong>of</strong>t iron tying wire.<br />

Binders and the like shall tightly embrace the bars with which they are intended to be in contact<br />

and shall be securely wired or if approved welded thereto.<br />

Immediately before placing the concrete, the reinforcement shall be examined for accuracy <strong>of</strong><br />

placing and cleanliness and corrected if necessary.<br />

Reinforcement projecting form work being concreted or already concreted shall not be bent out<br />

<strong>of</strong> its correct position for any reason unless approved and shall be protected from deformation or<br />

other damage.<br />

The cover <strong>of</strong> concrete to the reinforcement shall be as described on the drawings and shall be<br />

provided and maintained within a tolerance 1/8” under the cover by means <strong>of</strong> distance pieces <strong>of</strong><br />

cement mortar or other approved material.

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The vertical distance required between successive layers <strong>of</strong> bars <strong>of</strong> similar members shall be<br />

maintained by the provision <strong>of</strong> mild steel spacer bars inserted at such intervals that the main<br />

bars do not perceptibly sag between spacer bars.<br />


3. The contractor shall be responsible for the sufficiency <strong>of</strong> the formwork. If so instructed<br />

calculations and designs for the shuttering shall be submitted for approved before construction.<br />

Steel shuttering shall normally be used for all R.C.C. works.<br />

Shuttering for concrete shall be rigidly constructed <strong>of</strong> approved material and shall be true to the<br />

shape and dimensions described on the working drawings. Timber shuttering if allowed shall be<br />

well seasoned, free from loose knots and wrought on all facts. Faces in contact shall be free<br />

from adhering, grout, projecting nails, splits or other defects. Joints shall be sufficiently right to<br />

prevent leakage <strong>of</strong> cement grout and to avoid the formation <strong>of</strong> fins or other blemishes. Faulty<br />

joints shall be caulked where described on the working drawings or elsewhere, the position and<br />

direction <strong>of</strong> the joints shall be as so described. Openings for inspection <strong>of</strong> the inside <strong>of</strong> the<br />

shuttering and for the escape <strong>of</strong> water used for washing out shall be formed, so that they can be<br />

conveniently closed before placing the concrete.<br />

Connection shall be constructed to permit easy removal <strong>of</strong> the shuttering and shall be either<br />

nailed, screwed, bolted, clamped wired or otherwise secured so as to be strong enough to retain<br />

the correct shape during consolidation <strong>of</strong> the concrete. Bolt holes in concrete shall be made<br />

good after removal <strong>of</strong> the bolts. Wire nails passing through concrete shall be used only where<br />

approved and the ends <strong>of</strong> the wires shall be concealed and measures taken to prevent rust<br />

stains on the concrete.<br />

Shuttering shall be provided for the top faces <strong>of</strong> sloping work, and anchored to prevent flotation<br />

where the slope exceeds 1 in 2 1/2.<br />

Shuttering shall be true to line and braced and strutted to prevent deformation under the weight<br />

and pressure <strong>of</strong> the wet concrete, constructional loads, wind and other forces. The deflection<br />

shall not exceed 1/8”. Bottoms <strong>of</strong> beam boxes shall be erected with an upward camber <strong>of</strong> “for<br />

each 10 ft. <strong>of</strong> span.<br />

The shuttering for beams and slabs shall be erected so that the shuttering on the sides <strong>of</strong> the<br />

beam and <strong>of</strong> the s<strong>of</strong>fits <strong>of</strong> slabs can be removed without disturbing the beam bottoms. Repropping<br />

<strong>of</strong> beams shall not be done except when with the approval <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in-charge,<br />

props be reinstated in anticipation <strong>of</strong> loads in excess <strong>of</strong> the design load. Vertical props shall be<br />

supported on wedges or other measures shall be taken whereby the props can be gently<br />

lowered vertically when commencing to remove the shuttering. Props for an upper storey shall<br />

be placed directly over those in the storey immediately below and the lowest prop shall bear<br />

upon work sufficiently strong to carry the load.<br />

If the shuttering for a column is extended to the full height <strong>of</strong> the column, one side shall be left<br />

open and shall be built up in sections as placing <strong>of</strong> the concrete proceeds.<br />

Before placing the concrete, bolts, and fixings shall be in position and coves and other devices<br />

used for forming openings, holes, pockets, chases, recesses and other cavities shall be fixed to<br />

the shuttering. No holes shall be cut in any concrete unless approved.<br />

The props used for shuttering shall be <strong>of</strong> full length, joined props shall not be allowed. Where<br />

shuttering at high altitude is to be done the contractor shall provide special props and beams to<br />

the approval <strong>of</strong> Engineer-in-charge.


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4. Concrete shall be distributed from the mixer to the position <strong>of</strong> placing in the works by approved<br />

means which do not cause separation or otherwise impair the quality <strong>of</strong> the concrete.<br />

Mixing and distributing equipment shall be cleaned before commencing mixing and distribution<br />

<strong>of</strong> the concrete and such equipment shall be dept free from set concrete.<br />


5. Placing <strong>of</strong> concrete shall not commence before the shuttering and the reinforcement fixed in<br />

position in the shuttering has been inspected and approved by the Engineer-in-charge. The<br />

contractor shall maintain a record <strong>of</strong> such inspection and approvals and shall obtain all<br />

approvals to proceed with the placing <strong>of</strong> concrete in writing.<br />

Before proceeding to place the concrete, the shuttering shall be realigned if necessary and<br />

water and rubbish therein shall be removed by approved means. Immediately prior to placing<br />

the concrete, the shuttering shall be wetted except in frostily weather and inspection openings<br />

shall be closed.<br />

The interval between adding the water to the dry materials and the completion <strong>of</strong> the placing <strong>of</strong><br />

the concrete shall not exceed 20 minutes.<br />

Except where otherwise approved, concrete shall be placed in the shuttering by shovesly or<br />

other approved implements and shall not be dropped from a height or handles in a manner<br />

which will cause separation. Accumulations <strong>of</strong> set concrete on the reinforcement shall be<br />

avoided. Concrete shall be placed directly in its permanent position and shall not be worked<br />

along the shuttering to that position.<br />

Each layer <strong>of</strong> concrete while being placed shall be consolidated either by ramming tam- ping or<br />

by mechanical vibration as required to form a dense material with all surfaces free from honeycombing<br />

and free from water and air holes or other blemishes. Any water accumulating on the<br />

surface <strong>of</strong> newly placed concrete shall be removed by approved means and no further concrete<br />

shall be placed thereon until such water be removed.<br />

No unset concrete shall be brought into contact with unset concrete containing cement <strong>of</strong> a<br />

different type.<br />

Unless otherwise approved, concrete shall be placed in a single operation to the full thickness <strong>of</strong><br />

slabs, beams and similar members and shall be placed in horizontal layers not exceeding 3 ft.<br />

deep in walls, columns, and similar members. Concrete shall be placed continuously until<br />

completion <strong>of</strong> the part <strong>of</strong> the work between construction joints as specified hereinafter or <strong>of</strong> a<br />

part approved extent. At the completion <strong>of</strong> a specified or approved part a construction joint shall<br />

be made when the work is stopped.<br />

6. No concrete shall be mixed or placed while the temperature is below 35 degree F. on arising<br />

thermometer or below 36 degree F. on a falling thermometer. The contractor shall supply an<br />

accurate maximum and minimum thermometer and hang it in an approved position on the<br />

works. Aggregates that have been exposed to frost shall not be used until completely thawed.<br />

Concrete shall be maintained by approved means at a temperature <strong>of</strong> not less than 40 degrees<br />

F. during placing and for a period <strong>of</strong> three days thereafter. All concrete placed during cold<br />

weather or when a frost is predicted or is likely to occur or occurs contrary to expectation, shall<br />

be protected from freezing by approved means.

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7. All concrete shall be consolidated by internal vibrators. The frequency <strong>of</strong> vibration shall not be<br />

less than 3000 complete cycles (on vibrations) per minute. The amount <strong>of</strong> water for mixing<br />

concrete shall be reduced for all concrete that is required to be compacted by vibration (about<br />

20%less than the water used for concrete to be compacted by ramming and tamping). Water<br />

required for mixing concrete to be consolidated by mechanical vibration shall be determined by<br />

slump test. As a general rule vibration should be stopped when air bubbles cease or practically<br />

ceased coming up the surface and the surface is itself continuous.<br />

Vibrators shall be inserted and Withdrawn at many points from 18” to 30” apart for short intervals<br />

(usually from 5 to 15 second is sufficient) in preference to insertion for longer periods at wider<br />

intervals. Systematic spacing <strong>of</strong> insertions <strong>of</strong> the vibrator should be established to ensure that<br />

no concrete remains Un-vibrated.<br />


8. Construction joints shall be rebated and <strong>of</strong> an approved shape and shall be vertical or horizontal<br />

as required except that in an inclined or curved member the joint shall be at right angles to the<br />

axis <strong>of</strong> the member.<br />

Construction joints shall be provided in the positions described on the drawings or elsewhere<br />

and where not so described shall be in accordance with the following.<br />

Joint shall be formed horizontally at the top <strong>of</strong> a foundation and 3 inches below the lowest s<strong>of</strong>fit<br />

<strong>of</strong> the beams meeting at the head <strong>of</strong> a column. A joint shall be formed in the rib or a large tee<br />

beam and all beam 1 inch below the s<strong>of</strong>fit <strong>of</strong> the slab. Concrete in a haunch or a splay on a<br />

beam or a brace, and in the head <strong>of</strong> a column where one or more beams meet, shall be placed<br />

without a joint at the same time as that in the beam or beams or brace. Concrete in the splay at<br />

the junction <strong>of</strong> a wall and slab shall be placed without a joint at the same time that in the slab.<br />

Concrete in a beam shall be placed throughout without a joint, but if the provision <strong>of</strong> a joint is<br />

unavoidable the joint shall be vertical and at the middle <strong>of</strong> a span. A joint in a slab shall be<br />

vertical and parallel to the principal reinforcement, where it is unavoidably at right angles to the<br />

principal reinforcement the joint shall be vertical and at the middle <strong>of</strong> the span.<br />

Before placing new concrete against concrete that has already hardened, the face <strong>of</strong> the old<br />

concrete shall be cleaned and roughened and the scum and loose aggregate removed there<br />

from and immediately before placing the new concrete the face shall be thoroughly wetted and a<br />

coating <strong>of</strong> neat cement grout applied there to.<br />

The new concrete shall be well rammed against the prepared face before the grout sets.<br />


9. Expansion joints, construction joints hinges or other permanent structure joints shall be provided<br />

in the positions and <strong>of</strong> the form described in the drawings or elsewhere.<br />


10. Newly placed concrete shall be protected by approved means from frost, rain, sun and drying<br />

winds. Exposed faces <strong>of</strong> concrete shall be kept moist by approved means for twenty one days<br />

after placing except if there is a likelihood <strong>of</strong> curing water or damp the coverings freezing when<br />

the period shall be as instructed by the Engineer-in-charge.<br />

Concrete placed below the ground shall be protected from falling earth during and after placing.<br />

Concrete placed in ground containing deleterious substances shall be kept free there from<br />

during placing and for a period <strong>of</strong> seven days or as otherwise instructed thereafter. The ground<br />

water around a structure below the ground shall be kept to an approved level by pumping, or the<br />

works shall be flooded or other approved means taken to prevent flotation. Approved means

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shall be taken to protect immature concrete from damage by debris, excessive loadings,<br />

vibration, abrasion, deleterious ground water, mixing with earth or other materials flotation and<br />

other influences that may impair the strength and durability <strong>of</strong> the concrete.<br />

Shuttering shall be struck for various parts <strong>of</strong> structure as per clause 20-2-3-2 <strong>of</strong> I.S code 456-<br />

1964.<br />


11. Shuttering shall be removed by a gradual easing without jarring. Before removal <strong>of</strong> the<br />

shuttering the concrete shall be examined and removal shall proceed only in the presence <strong>of</strong> a<br />

competent supervisor and if the concrete has attained sufficient strength to support its own<br />

weight and any load likely, to be imposed upon it. It the imposition <strong>of</strong> a load exceeding the<br />

design load is anticipated, props shall be provided in an approved manner after removal <strong>of</strong> the<br />

shuttering and before the imposition <strong>of</strong> the load. The contractor shall record on the drawings or<br />

elsewhere the date upon which the concrete is placed in each part <strong>of</strong> the work and the date<br />

upon which the shuttering is removed there from. The assessment <strong>of</strong> the period elapsing<br />

between placing the concrete and removing the shuttering and consequences arising there from<br />

shall be the contractor’s entire responsibility.<br />

The shuttering for a part <strong>of</strong> a structure suspended from concrete placed subsequently to that in<br />

or in the shuttering concerned shall not be removed until the supporting concrete has matured<br />

and such shuttering shall be prominently marked as a warning against premature removal.<br />

FINISH<br />

12. Honeycombed surfaces shall be made good immediately upon removal <strong>of</strong> the shuttering and<br />

superficial water and air holes shall be filled in. Unless instructed to the contrary the face <strong>of</strong> the<br />

exposed concrete placed against shuttering shall be rubbed down immediately upon removal <strong>of</strong><br />

the shuttering to remove fins or other irregularities. The face <strong>of</strong> concrete for which shuttering is<br />

not provided other than slabs shall be smoothed with a wooden float to give a finish equal to that<br />

<strong>of</strong> the rubbed down face where shuttering is provided. The top face <strong>of</strong> slabs which is not<br />

intended to be covered with other materials shall be levelled and floated while unset to a smooth<br />

finish at the levels as falls shown on the drawings or elsewhere. The floating shall be done so as<br />

to bring as excess <strong>of</strong> mortar to the surface <strong>of</strong> the concrete. Concrete shall be so finished that no<br />

plaster work should be necessary.<br />

Surface which are to be finished with plaster shall have indentations formed on them by<br />

approved implements to the depths and patterns required so as to provide key for the plaster<br />

finishes. After removal <strong>of</strong> steel shuttering, the surface should invariably hacked to the<br />

satisfaction <strong>of</strong> Engineer-in-charge before plaster is started.<br />


13. Holes for bolts or for any other purposes shall be moulded during the work <strong>of</strong> concrete in the<br />

positions shown on the drawings. Openings ready to receive pipes, wires and other fittings, shall<br />

be formed where shown or otherwise detailed.<br />

Bolts, pipe hooks, hangers and other connections and fittings shown on the drawings or as<br />

directed by the Engineer-in-charge shall so far as practicable be built in as the work proceeds.<br />

Pipes for the conveyance <strong>of</strong> steam, water and gas etc. shall be carried along the exterior <strong>of</strong> the<br />

concrete work and shall not be embedded in the concrete work, except where special ducts for<br />

laying these pipes have been provided or otherwise as shown in the drawings. Conduit pipes for

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carrying electric cables, if so required shall be embedded in concrete work or as directed by the<br />

Engineer-in-charge.<br />


14. The Engineer-in-charge shall instruct the contractor to make a loading test on the works or any<br />

part there<strong>of</strong>, if iii the Engineer-in-charge’s opinion such a test is necessary.<br />

The Engineer-in-charge shall instruct the contractor to make the test for the reason that the work<br />

cube tests shown strength below the specified strength and/or because <strong>of</strong> one more<br />

circumstances attributable to alleged negligence on the part <strong>of</strong> the contractor and/or for the<br />

purpose <strong>of</strong> testing the finished completed structure. The contractor shall include and allow for<br />

cost <strong>of</strong> test or tests in his prices and shall carry out then without additional payment. Testing<br />

shall be done as per clause 21.4 to 21.4.3 <strong>of</strong> IS code No: 456-1964.<br />

If the result <strong>of</strong> the test is not satisfactory, the Engineer-in-charge shall instruct that the part <strong>of</strong> the<br />

works concerned shall be taken down or cut out and reconstructed to comply with this<br />

specification. or that other measures shall be taken to make the works secure. The contractor is<br />

liable to conduct the test at his own cost if directed and he shall also at his own cost take down<br />

or cut out and reconstruct the defective work or shall execute remedial measures as instructed.<br />


15. Mode <strong>of</strong> measurement <strong>of</strong> items <strong>of</strong> reinforced concrete work shall be as stated below and shall<br />

be the net cubic foot or the net cubic meter as specified in the schedule <strong>of</strong> quantities or the net<br />

area <strong>of</strong> specified thickness <strong>of</strong> cast concrete. The thickness <strong>of</strong> plaster finishing shall not be taken<br />

into account in measuring the work even though the price may be inclusive <strong>of</strong> such<br />

finish. In case <strong>of</strong> encasing <strong>of</strong> structural members in concrete, the measurement <strong>of</strong> encasing<br />

concrete shall be net cubic meter or cubic feet as specified without any deduction <strong>of</strong> structural<br />

members.<br />


Concrete for<br />

1) Footing shall be measured in cubic feet or cubic meter.<br />

2) Columns shall be measured in cubic feet or cubic meter being <strong>of</strong> the product the area <strong>of</strong><br />

the cross section multiplied by the height measured in between the top <strong>of</strong> footings or slab<br />

to the underside <strong>of</strong> slab immediately above as per drawings. In case <strong>of</strong> slabs <strong>of</strong> different<br />

thickness, the underside <strong>of</strong> the thicker slab will be the guiding factor.<br />

3) Rectangular beams and lintels shall be measured in cubic feet or cubic meter being the<br />

product <strong>of</strong> the cross sectional area and the length between supporting columns or<br />

beams. Where such beams or lintels rest on masonry work, the length is equal to the<br />

clear distance between the faces <strong>of</strong> masonry plus the length for bearings, as shown on<br />

drawings.<br />

4) T & L Beams (i. e. beams cast with floor on ro<strong>of</strong> slabs) shall be measured in cubic feet or<br />

cubic meter. The length shall be the distance between the faces <strong>of</strong> the supporting<br />

columns or the faces <strong>of</strong> supporting beams or girder, the breadth shall be the breadth <strong>of</strong><br />

the stem projecting below the slab and the depth shall be the portion projecting below<br />

the underside <strong>of</strong> the slab (thicker one in case <strong>of</strong> slabs <strong>of</strong> different thickness). It shall be<br />

the net cubic contents <strong>of</strong> the portion projecting below the underside <strong>of</strong> the thickest slab<br />

and between the faces <strong>of</strong> supporting beams or columns.

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5) Slabs cornices, projections, stairs, waist slab and the triangular concrete portion <strong>of</strong> steps<br />

shall be measured in cubic feet or cubic meter. In case <strong>of</strong> slabs <strong>of</strong> different thickness,<br />

thicker slab will be measured upto the face <strong>of</strong> the beam on the side <strong>of</strong> the thinner slab.<br />

6) Chajjas shall be measured in cubic feet or cubic meter being the product <strong>of</strong> the<br />

projection beyond the face <strong>of</strong> supporting beam, the length and the average thickness as<br />

per drawing.<br />

7) Pardi walls, partition walls, drop walls, railing walls, fins <strong>of</strong> specified thickness, coping<br />

etc. shall be measured in cubic feet or cubic meter.<br />

8) The concrete briquettes required for providing proper cover as per l.S. standards over<br />

reinforcement shall not be measured. The item rate shall include the same.<br />

9) The rate <strong>of</strong> concrete for R.C. works should include providing, pockets, holes and joints<br />

as directed by Engineer-in-charge and also fixing pipes, pipe sleeves, anchor bolts etc.<br />

which will be supplied by the ECIL at all depths and heights.<br />


1) Shuttering is to be measured as the area in Sq. ft. or Sq. meter <strong>of</strong> the finished structure<br />

which requires to be supported during the deposition <strong>of</strong> concrete.<br />

2) The shuttering required to form the construction joints, skew backs, strunt, ends,<br />

stepping, the bending chases and the like, which may be necessary to uphold the<br />

concrete during the operations <strong>of</strong> deposition and setting shall not be measured and<br />

hence the cost <strong>of</strong> this is to be covered by the rate <strong>of</strong> concrete.<br />


1) The unit <strong>of</strong> weight shall be 1MT <strong>of</strong> 1000 Kgs.<br />

2) Reinforcement bars will be measured iii lengths in position, to be laid as specified in the<br />

drawings and bar bending schedule and will include hooks, bends and cranks etc.<br />

Authorised overlaps as per ISI 456-1964 shall be measured. Weight shall be calculated<br />

in Kgs based on standard weights and no allowance will be made for waste or rolling<br />

margin.<br />


1) All the concrete for the machinery or special foundations shall be cast in the operation shall<br />

be vibrated.<br />

2) No extras will be paid for provision <strong>of</strong> pockets and holes upto 6” x 6” area but concrete will<br />

be paid without deduction for such holes. In pockets and holes larger than 6” x 6’, the<br />

volume <strong>of</strong> pockets will be deducted from the concrete quantities.<br />

3) In all concrete work the shuttering must be executed in such a manner that the resulting<br />

work shall only receive cement wash, the concrete cover shall be made by means <strong>of</strong> small<br />

concrete blocks tied to the reinforcement. All concrete shall be compacted by vibrators. The<br />

contractor must submit, free <strong>of</strong> charge, a test report on the grading <strong>of</strong> sand and aggregate<br />

when required. If the grading is not proper as per specifications the mix is liable to change.<br />

The contractor must submit while tendering his basic analysis far basic rates <strong>of</strong> concrete.<br />

This analysis will be taken as the basic for rates <strong>of</strong> any revised mixes.

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4) If due to some fault or mistake <strong>of</strong> the contractor the sizes cast are more than those shown on<br />

the drawing, the contractor shall be paid only as per the sizes shown on the drawings. In<br />

case the sizes are cast smaller than those shown on the drawing the contractor shall rectify<br />

the same or if smaller size approved by the Engineer-in-charge, it may be allowed, but the<br />

actual size cast will be paid to the contractor.<br />

5) No extra will be paid for placing cable and other pipes, anchor bars or bolts, anchor rails, etc.<br />

which will be supplied by the Electronic Corporation <strong>of</strong> India Limited.<br />

6) All exposed concrete work shall be rubbed down smooth and not plastered but finished<br />

smooth and given one coat <strong>of</strong> cement wash without any extra charge when directed.<br />

7) Labour for reinforcement bars shall be paid for the critical weight as actually placed and<br />

measured in concrete work. The unit price quoted shall include wastage, laps, binding wire<br />

etc.<br />

8) All concrete slabs, where directed shall be finished smooth and leveled with neat cement<br />

grout immediately after concreting without any extra charge.<br />

9) Specifications for cement concrete paving:The surface on which the paving is to be<br />

provided shall be first cleaned <strong>of</strong> all dust and other materials, washed and well watered<br />

before paving.<br />

The concrete paving will be laid to slope as directed and the average thickness shall be as<br />

per schedules. The concrete shall be properly laid and rammed till the cream appears at top.<br />

The surface when wet shall be finished smooth with neat cement floating and the top shall<br />

be treated as directed, so as to make it non-slippery such as roller patterned. If required the<br />

paving shall be cast in alternate bays <strong>of</strong> suitable sizes as directed. The form work required at<br />

the edges and for construction joints shall not be paid separately but the cost <strong>of</strong> paving shall<br />

include the Cost <strong>of</strong> the same. The paving shall be cured by keeping the top flooded with<br />

water for at least 15 days. The measurements shall be in Sq. ft. or Sq. meter

1. GENERAL<br />

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1-1 All the works including testing for plumbing, water supply, sanitary and drainage works shall be<br />

carried out as per Indian Standard Specifications IS. 1172-1963, IS. 1742-1960.<br />

1-2 All pipes, cisterns, brackets which are visible shall be properly cleaned and coated with one coat<br />

<strong>of</strong> red lead oil paint and two coats <strong>of</strong> aluminium paint to the satisfaction <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-incharge<br />

and the cost shall be included in the rates <strong>of</strong> the respective items. Pipes in chases and<br />

laid below ground level shall be painted with 3 coats <strong>of</strong> anti corrosive black paint.<br />

1-3 All manhole covers shall be given two coats <strong>of</strong> tar or paint as directed by the Engineer-incharge.<br />

1-4 The contractor shall arrange an exhibition <strong>of</strong> the samples <strong>of</strong> the materials and sanitary<br />

equipments to be used in the works for approval, such as W.C. sets, Urinals, Lavatory basins,<br />

sinks, showers, samples <strong>of</strong> pipes, cocks mirrors, towel holders, bottle traps, liquid soap<br />

containers, etc. and whatever required by the Engineer-in-charge. The installed equipment have<br />

to conform strictly with the equipments, exhibited in the said exhibition.<br />

1-5 Excavation in rocks for pipe lines and chambers are will be paid separately, but the amount for<br />

the equal quantity <strong>of</strong> earth wor4k shall be deducted from the respective items.<br />

1-6 The contractor shall arrange for holes in brick wall work or RC concrete to be left during the<br />

construction <strong>of</strong> the respective structures. In no case, the cutting <strong>of</strong> the holes in concrete work <strong>of</strong><br />

any kind will be permitted. Where passing the pipes through reinforced concrete or structural<br />

encasing concrete is unavoidable such holes are definitely to be provided for beforehand in<br />

consulting with the Engineer-in-charge. Such provision <strong>of</strong> holes and making them good after<br />

completing the pipe line work shall be free <strong>of</strong> cost and shall be included in the rates.<br />

2. Sanitary fixtures – General<br />

All sanitary fixtures shall be <strong>of</strong> white glazed vitreous china, approved quality <strong>of</strong> sizes and make<br />

as specified in the scheduled and shall generally conform to the applicable I.S specification. The<br />

rate <strong>of</strong> these fixtures shall include cost <strong>of</strong> all components specified in the schedule fixing<br />

charges and other accessories such as teak wood blocks plugs clamps wherever required<br />

screws, making necessary chases, holes in walls, floors, ceilings <strong>of</strong> any material and making<br />

good the same. All sanitary fittings and fixtures shall be tested and commissioned and handed<br />

over to the Engineer-in-charge in sound working at no extra cost.<br />

2-1 Indian type water closet: - The cost for this item shall include.<br />

(i) Indian type water closet size as specified in schedule with back or front in let as required.<br />

(ii)<br />

(iii)<br />

(iv)<br />

A pair <strong>of</strong> foot treads.<br />

15 litres/3gallons capacity C.I. flushing cistern waste water preventing type Quito pro<strong>of</strong>,<br />

approved make with all internal fittings, supported on a pair <strong>of</strong> M.S angle /CI bracket as<br />

required and 32 mm GI flush pipe upto closet inlet.<br />

15 mm C.P flexible feed pipe connection.<br />

(v) 15 mm C.P heavy brass stop cock with knob <strong>of</strong> approved pattern.

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(vi) 15 mm over flow pipe from cistern to discharged about 150 mm above finished floor level<br />

and terminated with C.P brass perforated cap. The rate for fixing <strong>of</strong> I.W.C in brick enclosure in<br />

C.M 1:6 and bedded in lime concrete shall be deemed to have been included in this rate.<br />

2-2 European water closet: - The rate for this item shall include.<br />

(i) European type water closet pan with integral P/s trap with/ without vent as specified in<br />

schedule.<br />

(ii) Low level flushing cistern with all internal fittings fixed against wall, with necessary<br />

supports.<br />

(iii) Sold plastic commodes seat with necessary hinges etc., as specified.<br />

(iv) 15 mm C.P flexible pipe connection.<br />

(v) 15 mm C.P stop cock heavy quality with knob <strong>of</strong> approved pattern.<br />

(vi) Necessary over flow out let.<br />

2-3 a) Urinals: - (A range <strong>of</strong> 2 urinals with one 2 gallons Auto cistern) Rate for this item shall<br />

include:-<br />

(i) Urinal <strong>of</strong> make and material as specified.<br />

(ii) Two gallons capacity automatic C.I. flushing cistern as specified for a range <strong>of</strong> two<br />

urinals. (Proportional cost per urinals shall be included).<br />

(iii) Proportional cost <strong>of</strong> G.I. flush pipes. C.P. flexible feed pipe C.P. stop cock for cistern<br />

inlet and 15 mm C.I. overflow pipe from cistern upto 150 mm above floor level and<br />

terminated with C.P. perforated brass cap.<br />

2-3 b) One urinal with one gallons auto cistern.<br />

(i) Urinal <strong>of</strong> make and material as specified.<br />

(ii) One gallons capacity <strong>of</strong> C.I. act <strong>of</strong> flushing cistern for a range <strong>of</strong> one urinal.<br />

(iii) Cost <strong>of</strong> G.I. flush pipe, C.P. flexible feed pipe, 15 mm C.P. stop cock for cistern inlet<br />

and 15 mm G.I. over flow pipe from cistern upto 150 mm above floor level and<br />

terminated with C.P. perforated brass cap.<br />

2-4 Wash hand basins<br />

The rate for this item shall include: -<br />

(i) One wash hand basin <strong>of</strong> size and make as specified.<br />

(ii) One No. C.P. Pillar tap heavy quality.<br />

(iii) Pair <strong>of</strong> M.S. angle brackets.<br />

(iv) 32 mm C.P. brass heavy water with C.P. chain and rubber plug.<br />

(v) 32 mm C.P. brass bottle trap with C.P. wall flange and extension piece.<br />

(vi) 15 mm C.P. flexible feed pipe and 15 mm C.P. brass stop cock <strong>of</strong> heavy quality.<br />

(vii) Painting <strong>of</strong> brackets etc., as specified.

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2-5 Nahani Trap<br />

The Nahani trap shall be <strong>of</strong> C.I. with the outlet <strong>of</strong> size 75 mm. the rate shall include for fixing the<br />

trap in cement concrete 1:2:4 prop / brick work as required. A.C.P. brass hinged heavy type grating<br />

should be fixed on top <strong>of</strong> trap if the trap inlet is flush with the floor, or. If no case the trap is fixed at a<br />

lower level, the inlet is formed in cement concrete over the trap and the grating shall be flush with the<br />

floor.<br />

2-6 Urinal Division Plate: -<br />

The rate shall include the cost <strong>of</strong> one urinal <strong>division</strong> plate with necessary teak wood blocks and<br />

screws fixed to wall as shown in the drawing.<br />

2-7 Mirrors: -<br />

The rate shall include:<br />

(i) One mirror <strong>of</strong> size and make as specified.<br />

(ii) 6 mm thick ply board <strong>of</strong> approved quality as backing.<br />

(iii) Fixing to wall with necessary clips C.P. screws etc.<br />

2-8 Liquid Soap Containers: -<br />

The soap solution container shall be <strong>of</strong> glass with C.P. brass cap fixed on to C.P. brass holder<br />

brackets. The rate shall include for fixing to wall with C.P. brass screws.<br />

2-9 Sinks: - The rate shall be included: -<br />

(i) Sink <strong>of</strong> size and make as specified.<br />

(ii) 10 mm M.S. bar frame work for sink support as approved by the Engineer-In-charge.<br />

(iii) C.P. Brass waste and C.P. brass chain and rubber plug.<br />

(iv) G.I. waste pipe to Nahani traps.<br />

3. CHAMBER<br />

3.1 Man hole shall be <strong>of</strong> shape and depths as required. They shall be built with brick and cement<br />

mortar in the proportion <strong>of</strong> 1:6 with 150 mm cement concrete 1:5:10 proportions below. and<br />

projecting 100 mm more than the outside wall <strong>of</strong> the chamber at the bottom.<br />

The internal sides <strong>of</strong> the chamber shall be plastered over with 20 mm thick cement plaster<br />

(proportion 1:3) and concrete benching shall be provided in 1:2:4 cement concrete and the inlets<br />

from the various vertical fittings shall be made to discharge in the channel by gentle slopes.<br />

The top <strong>of</strong> the chamber shall be provided with a cast iron cover and frame as specified. The<br />

chamber or shall be measured and paid for dry for by number.<br />

The rate <strong>of</strong> the manhole shall be inclusive <strong>of</strong> all excavation, cement concrete, brickwork and<br />

cement plaster and C.I. manhole cover. C.I. steps if necessary and all cost <strong>of</strong> making the<br />

various connections and benching including fixing necessary S.W. half ground channel.<br />

3-2 Chamber ‘B’<br />

The rate shall include the following: - (i) Construction <strong>of</strong> 230 mm brick masonry chamber as specified<br />

with 150 mm C.C. 1:5:10 foundation only for walls with 100 mm projection beyond face <strong>of</strong> the wall<br />

on either side with necessary excavation.

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(ii) C.I. grating <strong>of</strong> specified size as per drawing shall be fixed.<br />

4. C.I. Soil waste vent and autisyphonage pipes:<br />

The soil, waste vent and autisyphonage pipes and specials shall be <strong>of</strong> approved quality and make. The<br />

rate includes for providing all C.I. specials with access doors wherever necessary jointing the bitumatic<br />

compound, spun yarn and finished with cement mortar caulking and testing and removal <strong>of</strong> leakages.<br />

The rate also includes for making holes in walls, floors etc. If the pipes are to be laid in touches the cost<br />

<strong>of</strong> all soils except rock shall be included. All measurements shall be taken along the longitudinal axis <strong>of</strong><br />

the pipe line.<br />

The pipes in exposed position shall be fixed to walls <strong>of</strong> buildings by necessary T.W. parting pieces and<br />

screws so that the pipes shall be away from face <strong>of</strong> the wall.<br />

G.I. Pipe work.<br />

The galvanized iron pipes shall be <strong>of</strong> light quality (Class ‘A’) confirming to ISS No. 1239/58. The rate<br />

includes for cutting for required lengths and threading, joining with necessary specials <strong>of</strong> heavy quality<br />

with yarn and white lead and fixing and testing and removal <strong>of</strong> all leakages. When fixed to wall exposed,<br />

the pipes shall be fixed on wooden packing with clamps and screws, such that they are away from the<br />

wall wherever required. The rate includes for making necessary chases holes excavation etc. wherever<br />

required and painting the pipes specified hydraulically.<br />

The pipe shall hydraulically test and leakages if any shall be rectified.<br />

The measurements for the finished work shall be taken along the longitudinal axis <strong>of</strong> the pipe line.


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The contractor in carrying out the construction work shall take effective measures to carefully<br />

open out all existing channels, culverts, bridges, pipe lines conduits, water courses, sewers,<br />

drains, electrical cables, transmission lines and their supports and au other works buries or<br />

otherwise where such have to be interfered with for the purpose <strong>of</strong> the construction <strong>of</strong> the works.<br />

He Shall provide and arrange all necessary temporary supports and diversions if necessary<br />

there for across under over through and along side <strong>of</strong> the trenches and all other parts <strong>of</strong><br />

construction work and shall leave all such existing channels, culverts, bridges, lines, conduits,<br />

water courses sewers, electric cables transmission lines, telegraph and telephone lines and all<br />

other works in their original condition to the satisfaction <strong>of</strong> their owners and <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-incharge.<br />

The full cost <strong>of</strong> all works, which shall be carried out in the above connection shall be at the<br />

contractors own cost and charges and are included in the rates for various items <strong>of</strong> completed<br />

work as laid down in the schedule and no other payment shall be made to him in respect<br />

there<strong>of</strong>, except that if any dismantling or reconstruction <strong>of</strong> any brick work, concrete or masonry<br />

structure is necessary in the opinion <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in-charge for the purpose <strong>of</strong> the works the<br />

contractor shall be paid for the same in accordance with the requirements <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-incharge<br />

at the relevant rates laid down in the schedule.<br />

The contractor shall arrange to carry out all works with the least interference practicable with<br />

public foot and vehicular traffic and with existing waste water or storm water drainage<br />

arrangements and shall provide all necessary road bariers fences, notices, lights, and gangway.<br />

access crossings, diversions for traffic, temporary drains, dewatering channels, chutes pumping<br />

or water lifting arrangements and all other facilities for the proper execution <strong>of</strong> the works to the<br />

approval and satisfaction in all respects <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in-charge. Any works carried out by the<br />

contractor in these connections shall be deemed as temporary work incidental to the<br />

construction work. The full costs, there<strong>of</strong>, are included in the rates for various items<br />

contemplated work laid down in the schedule and no other payment therefore shall be made to<br />

the contractor who shall carryout the same at his sole costs and charges. The length <strong>of</strong><br />

excavation work to be left open at any one time in any place shall be subject to the approval <strong>of</strong><br />

the Engineer-in-charge <strong>of</strong> the works who shall have power to required the contractor to reduce<br />

the length <strong>of</strong> open work at any time.<br />

All the fixtures shall he got approved from Engineer-in-charge before incorporating the same in<br />

the work and the approved samples will be maintained at the sites till the completion.<br />

The fillings and fixtures will be handed over to the Engineer-in-charge complete in all respects<br />

on the completion <strong>of</strong> the work and incomplete items will not be taken over. Any loss or damage<br />

<strong>of</strong> these due to any reason whatsoever before the handing over will be at the contractor’s cost<br />

and changes.<br />

Supplying, Laying. Jointing, Testing and Commissioning <strong>of</strong> A.C. Pressure Pipes & CI.<br />

Specials etc. Including Excavation.<br />

PART ‘A - A. C. Pressure Mains.<br />

I) Excavation and earthwork including cutting existing rods:a) All excavation shall be<br />

done to specified widths, lines level and grade as shown in drawing or such greater or<br />

lesser widths lines and levels as directed by the Engineer-in-charge. The bottom and

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sides <strong>of</strong> excavation shall be trimmed to required pr<strong>of</strong>ile. The bottom shall be watered and<br />

thoroughly rammed.<br />

b) Should any excavation be taken below the specified levels, the contractor shall at his own<br />

cost, fill up such excavation with cement concrete (1:4:8) to required levels. Filling in such<br />

excavation with excavated material is prohibited.<br />

c) All water which may get accumulated in the excavation during the progress <strong>of</strong> work, from<br />

whatever cause, shall be bailed or pumped out.<br />

d) Timbering to excavation shall be provided, where necessary all as directed by the Engineerin-charge.<br />

e) The depths <strong>of</strong> all excavation shall be measured NET and the contractor should make<br />

allowance for bulking etc. while quoting his rate.<br />

f) The process for excavation shall also include for the following.<br />

i) Excavation in soil murrum (s<strong>of</strong>t or hard sand, soil, soil mixed with boulders, kankar<br />

disintegrated rock and excavation <strong>of</strong> such other materials with are not classified as hard<br />

rock upto depth as specified (Excavation in hard rock will be measured and paid for<br />

separately)<br />

ii) Excavating trenches dressing sides and bottom.<br />

iii) Bailing, pumping out or otherwise removing, clear <strong>of</strong> site, all water which may<br />

accumulate in the excavations during the progress <strong>of</strong> work. Clearing away all shrubs<br />

roots etc.<br />

iv) Setting out the work, pr<strong>of</strong>ile etc.<br />

v) Timbering to excavations where required.<br />

vi) Removing surplus excavated material to store not exceeding 10 M and disposing <strong>of</strong>f<br />

as directed.<br />

vii) Refilling around foundations with approved excavated material in layers not<br />

exceeding 23 cm. thick watering if necessary and consolidating properly, wherever<br />

necessary. If soil is not available from stacks <strong>of</strong> excavation for refilling it shall have to be<br />

obtained from the excavation carried out for the pipes in other reaches.<br />

g) In setting out the pipe lines, sight rails made <strong>of</strong> well seasoned timber <strong>of</strong> ample size and<br />

strength shall be used at intervals not exceeding 15M and at all changes in levels and grade. At<br />

least 4 separate sight rails shall always be maintained at approved level and along the<br />

alignment. The depth <strong>of</strong> excavation and level <strong>of</strong> the pipe invert shall be checked by means <strong>of</strong><br />

boning rods and sight rails.<br />

h) Excavation shall always be in open cutting, even if tunneling is possible at certain portion,<br />

unless otherwise ordered by the Engineer-in-charge. In any case, not more than 15M shall be<br />

kept open in advance and where applicable about 5M more than the minimum length <strong>of</strong> pipe line<br />

permitted to be laid shall be excavated to the full depth.

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i) Wherever, cutting is done across public paths, roads etc. the order <strong>of</strong> materials<br />

excavated shall be preserved and reinstatement shall be done in the same order and the<br />

work brought to original condition.<br />

ii) Asbestos cement pressure pipes: The A. C. pressure pipes shall conform to ISS No.<br />

1592 <strong>of</strong> 1960, Class-Ill, subjected to a test pressure <strong>of</strong> 1 5 KgCm2. Each standard length and<br />

each random and short length <strong>of</strong> pipe shall be marked with the manufacturer’s trade name,<br />

nominal size and class.<br />

Manufacturer’s certificate <strong>of</strong> test shall be produced by the contractor, if required by<br />

Engineer-in-charge <strong>of</strong> the work.<br />

iii) Trenching: The bottom and sides <strong>of</strong> the excavated trench shall be carefully trimmed to<br />

the required pr<strong>of</strong>ile. Prominent pieces <strong>of</strong> rock and other hard substances shall be<br />

removed. In the case <strong>of</strong> rocky strata and bottom surface <strong>of</strong> the trench shall be covered<br />

and leveled with carefully selected excavated material to the thickness specified by<br />

Engineer-in-charge.<br />

iv) Laying: The pipes, before being laid, shall be carefully examined for any visible<br />

damages to the pipes during transit and handling, especially the ends. Pipes in sound<br />

condition shall only be lowered into the trenches carefully and safely. The pipes shall be<br />

carefully laid to the<br />

alignment levels and gradients shown on the plan and sections or as directed and great<br />

care shall be taken to prevent any sand, earth or other matter from extering the pipe<br />

during laying. The ends <strong>of</strong> the pipes shall be properly cleared before jointing.<br />

v) Jointing: The A. C. Pressure pipes shall be joined by C. I. detachable joints provided<br />

by the manufacturers. Different components <strong>of</strong> the C.l. joint such as centre collar, two<br />

flanges, two rubber rings and wrought Iron bolts shall be assembled carefully and joined<br />

as per manufacturers’ instructions.<br />

vi) Anchorage for pipe line: Whenever pipes are laid in steep gradient anchorage blows<br />

in 1: 2:4 plain cement concrete are to be provided at location indicated by the Engineerin-<br />

charge. Concrete thrust blocks shall also be provided for bends, tees, dead ends and<br />

other locations to the valves required shape and dimensions decided by Engineer-incharge.<br />

vii) Testing : Before the testing operation for the A.C. pressure main commences initial<br />

back filling to hold the pipe line firmly against the applied test pressure shall be carried<br />

out. The back fill materials used for initial back filling shall be free <strong>of</strong> stone and other hard<br />

substances. Back filling shall be done carefully by hand under around and above the<br />

pipes leaving the joints for a hight <strong>of</strong> about 30 Cms. above the crown <strong>of</strong> the pipe in layers<br />

<strong>of</strong> 15 cms. and shall be consolidated with water and hand rammers carefully in such a<br />

way as not to cause any damage to the pipes already laid.<br />

The pipes after being laid, jointed and initially back filled as specified shall be tested by<br />

the contractor at his own expense under the supervisions <strong>of</strong> Engineer-in-charge in length<br />

as seems to him desirable.<br />

The contractor shall supply all the apparatus required and provide all water and<br />

necessary labour for filling the pipes to be tested, fixing all apparatus and for carrying out<br />

the testing <strong>of</strong> the A. C. pipes laid.

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The length to be tested shall be provided with two blank flanges fastened water tight in<br />

the usual manner by collar bonds and bolts to the pipes. If the length to be tested shall<br />

h&ve a sluice valve at each end, such blank flanges may be dispensed.<br />

The length <strong>of</strong> pipes to be tested shall first be filled in with water from a higher section <strong>of</strong><br />

pipes already laid or with clear water obtained from a service connection as the<br />

contractor may arrange before the actual treating to be tested shall be got rid <strong>of</strong>f. The<br />

test pressure shall then be applied in stages until the decided test pressure as specified<br />

in schedule is reached. The test pressure shall be maintain without any drop during<br />

specified testing time determined by Engineer-in- charge. Any defects noticed during<br />

testing in the pipe line anchorages etc. shall be rectified and testing repeated till a<br />

satisfactory result is obtained.<br />

viii) Final Refilling : After testing <strong>of</strong> the line has been completed and pipe line approved<br />

by Engineer-in-charge has having passed the test the remaining portion <strong>of</strong> the trench<br />

shall be refilled in layers not exceeding 23 cms. watered and consolidated as directed.<br />

Any surplus earth shall be disposed <strong>of</strong>f with in an initial lead <strong>of</strong> 10 meters.<br />

The rates for A.C. pipes shall include the cost <strong>of</strong> all pipes, specials such as bends, tees.<br />

hydrant tee crosses, reducers and caps flanged adopters C.l. detachable joints,<br />

excavation to the required depth, refilling. laying, jointing, testing the pipe lines.<br />

Measurements shall be taken along the longitudinal axis <strong>of</strong> the pipe line including all<br />

specials. Cement concrete anchorage and thrust block shall be measured and paid for<br />

separately.<br />

3. Sluice Valves: The sluice valve shall be <strong>of</strong> best quality confirming to IS! : 780 <strong>of</strong> 1956 gun field<br />

Burn make or equivalent. Valve shall be fitted with necessary C. I. flanged adopter so that they<br />

can be introduced in the A.C. pressure main and jointed with C. I. detachable joints. The valve<br />

shall be tested along with the pipe line for the required pressure. The rate shall include the cost<br />

sluice valves, adapters, detachable joints making necessary flanged joints with bolts, testing and<br />

rectifications <strong>of</strong> defects <strong>of</strong> any.<br />

4. Air Valve: They shall be <strong>of</strong> best quality C. I. conforming to Standard specifications. The Air<br />

valve shall be fixed over the A.C. main with necessary saddle piece with necessary drilling,<br />

40MM G.l. pipe with specials and 40MM G.M. gate (foot) valve for isolating the Air valve. The Air<br />

valve shall be subjected to the same pressure as the pipe line and any defects noticed during<br />

testing shall be rectified by the contractor. The cost for this item includes all the aspects<br />

described above.<br />

5. Construction <strong>of</strong> Chambers: The contractor shall construct the chambers for sluice valves, air<br />

valves etc. in the position marked in the drawing or as directed. The rate for this item shall<br />

include the following<br />

i) Foundation bed concrete in P. C. C. 1:4:8; with 75mm projection alround the brick work<br />

and 150mm thick.<br />

ii) Brick work in cement mortar 1:5, 230mm thick <strong>of</strong> side wall.<br />

iii) Plastering with cement mortar 1:4: 13mm. thick inside and 300mm from the top<br />

outside walls top.

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v) C.l. covers and frame <strong>of</strong> size 600X600 mm light weight including fixing the same with<br />

locking arrangement.<br />

Fire Hydrants: Fire hydrants shall be <strong>of</strong> stand post type, approved make and design. It shall<br />

have a standard notice pattern instantaneous out let 65mm dia.The hydrant shall be provided<br />

with necessary & Omm Cast iron duck foot bend 80mm. sluice valve with a false cap suitable for<br />

key operation. The sluice valve shall be housed in a chamber <strong>of</strong> size as specified in schedule<br />

and provided with C. I. heavy surface box. The cost <strong>of</strong> chamber is also included in this item.<br />

Part (B) Vertical (M. S. /G. I.) Piping for R. C. water tank:<br />

1. Scope <strong>of</strong> work : The work covered by this specification comprises providing 150mm dia<br />

outlet water connection from the overhead water tank up to A. C. pressure main, 80 mm size<br />

over Flow and scour connections for water tank as shown in the drawing IS: 1239 <strong>of</strong> 1958. The<br />

pipe lines can be generally fixed with screwed joints where Practicable with screwed specials<br />

such as tees, elbows, bends flanges etc. However, in restricted positions the specials are to be<br />

fabricated and welded to the pipelines as per standard practice to site conditions<br />

2. Cutting and handling <strong>of</strong> pipes:<br />

i) Pipes shall be accurately cut to the required dimensions with suitable allowance made<br />

for edge preparation.<br />

ii) Flakes shall be removed from cut pipe by reaming.<br />

iii) As piping is installed open ends shall be covered as necessary to prevent the<br />

entrance <strong>of</strong> foreign material and to maintain the required cleanliness.<br />

iv) Pipe cut to size or shape by dame cutting shall have all accumulation <strong>of</strong> slag and<br />

oxide removed from out surfaces.<br />

3. Pipe connections: In general pipe joints shall be <strong>of</strong> screwed type with necessary standard<br />

threads, however, flanged joints are to be provided for Cl. sluice valves and if required at places<br />

where connections are made to the inserts embedded in tank structure. The pipes shall have to<br />

be jointed with welded joints in certain restricted locations where screwed joints may not be<br />

feasible. The welding shall conform to latest relevant lSl specification. The final connection to<br />

the A. C. main has to be made by a flanged joint. All pip lines shall be firmly supported by<br />

suitable brackets, clamps, hangars etc.<br />

All pipes shall be tested to the required hydraulic pressure as decided by Engineer-in- charge<br />

and any defects noticed shall be rectified by the contractor to the satisfaction <strong>of</strong> the Engineer- incharge.<br />

The pipe lines shall be externally painted with 3 coats <strong>of</strong> approved oil paint <strong>of</strong> required shade.<br />

4. Sluice valves shall be <strong>of</strong> best approved quality, conforming to ISI: 780 <strong>of</strong> 1956, Glenfield Burn<br />

make or equivalent. They shall be incorporated in the pipe line with necessary<br />

Flanged points. The valves shall be tested and any defects noticed shall be rectified.

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1.0 General:<br />


The rates called for are for finished work and shall include materials, labour tools and scaffolding<br />

to complete the work as specified.<br />

2.0 Painting Work:<br />

2.1 Materials:<br />

The painting and finishing material for use in the work shall conform to relevant Indian standard<br />

specifications and shall be <strong>of</strong> best (superior) brand and approved make produced for each kind <strong>of</strong><br />

work. The contractor shall submit samples <strong>of</strong> each material for engineer-In-charge’s approval.<br />

Approval <strong>of</strong> samples shall not be construed as acceptance <strong>of</strong> materials as these materials shall be<br />

tested from time to time during the progress <strong>of</strong> work. The materials for primer and succeeding coats<br />

on any one surface shall be products <strong>of</strong> the same manufacturers. The primers and paints shall be<br />

brought to site in manufacturers original sealed containers and shall be subject to inspection and<br />

tests. If tests made show that the paint is adulterated, the paint will be rejected. And the contractor<br />

shall scrape <strong>of</strong>f thoroughly clean the surface painted with rejected paint and repaint the surface with<br />

good quality approved paint at no extra cost. All the charges for test analysis shall be borne by the<br />

contractor<br />

The paint shall be not be thinned with any thinner whatsoever . In cold weather the paint may be<br />

thinned by heating under the directions. The paint when applied shall spread evenly in thin coat and<br />

flow on smoothly with out runs or sags and shall dry forming a tough, durable film with out showing<br />

any brush marks or cracks.<br />

Pigments:<br />

All colours shall be <strong>of</strong> non-fading pigments and colours shall be approved by the Engineer–in<br />

charge Prior to use on the work.<br />

Brushes:<br />

Paint shall be applied by the brushes. Brushes required for painting shall be <strong>of</strong> type and size<br />

suitable for the work, approved by the Engineer-in charge and conform to relevant Indian standard<br />

specifications.<br />

2.2 Workmanship:<br />

2.3<br />

Preparation <strong>of</strong> surface:<br />

The surface <strong>of</strong> iron and steel work to be painted shall be cleaned free <strong>of</strong> dirt, oil rust, Mill scale and be<br />

thoroughly dry before painting. Cleaning degreasing, de-rusting and de-scaling where ever necessary<br />

shall be carried out as specified in IS :1477 (part-1) and the method adopted for surface preparation<br />

shall have prior approval <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in charge. All recesses which may be retain water or through<br />

which water can enter must be filled with thick paint pro<strong>of</strong> putty at approved quality before final painting<br />

is applied.<br />

The surface <strong>of</strong> the wood work to be painted shall be cleaned and rendered dry free <strong>of</strong> dirt, grit and<br />

grease and shall be rubbed smooth with the appropriate <strong>of</strong> sand Paper to the satisfaction <strong>of</strong> Engineerin<br />

charge. No painting shall be done until the engineer-in charge has approved the surface to which the<br />

paint is to be applied. Painting shall not be applied out <strong>of</strong> door in freezing or rusty weather and surfaces<br />

to which painting is to be applied shall be dry and warm.

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Painting <strong>of</strong> iron and steel work:<br />

Painting <strong>of</strong> iron and steel work shall generally be carried out as per I.S 1477(Part 1). The number <strong>of</strong><br />

coats including primer shall not be applied as specified in the bill <strong>of</strong> quantities. Each coat shall be<br />

allowed to dry sufficiently before the succeeding coat is supplied. The intermediate and final coats for<br />

structural steel worksheet metal<br />

Work and cast iron work shall be applied as specified in IS 1477 (Part 1).<br />

Painting to surfaces <strong>of</strong> structural steel exposed outside the building:<br />

The sufaces <strong>of</strong> structural steel exposed outside the building shall be first cleared <strong>of</strong> the existing coat <strong>of</strong><br />

shop paint by applying paint remover agent (non-caustic)and then ‘rust remover’ shall be applied and<br />

the surface thoroughly rubbed down with a<br />

Coarse steel wool and the rust removed completely and the surface has been approved by the<br />

engineer-in charge,painting to the surface shall be carried out as said below:<br />

a) One coat primer shall be painted with‘Castle Brand’or approved equivalent red<br />

lead:<br />

b) After the surface is touch dried, two coats <strong>of</strong> ready mixed superior brand synthetic enamel <strong>of</strong><br />

approved quality colour and make shall be provided allowing 8 hours drying time between each coat.<br />

Painting Of Wood Work:<br />

After the primer coat has dried,all nail holes cracks and the like shall be filled up with approved wood<br />

putty and the surface finished smooth to the satisfaction <strong>of</strong> the engineer-in charge. The type <strong>of</strong><br />

intermediate and finished coats including primer coat shall be as specified in the bill <strong>of</strong> quantities.<br />

3.0 Measurements:<br />

Measurements for painting and polishing work shall be in square meter. The quantity Shall be the area<br />

covered adopting the painting co-efficient for various surfaces as specified I.S. code -1200.<br />

A three years performance guarantee shall be furnished by the contractor and if the painting is found to<br />

have faded or rusted during this period it shall re done immediately after intimation free <strong>of</strong> cost, failing<br />

which it will be done departmentally at the firm’s risk and cost and cost recovered from the contractor<br />


17.2 Painting <strong>of</strong> different types <strong>of</strong> work shall be kept separate and the surfaces to be Shall be described for<br />

example glazed, joinery, weather boarding, ro<strong>of</strong> battens etc. It shall be stated whether the<br />

measurements flat or girthed. Alternatively, different surfaces may be grouped into one general item,<br />

areas <strong>of</strong> uneven surfaces being converted into equipment plain area in accordance with table-2.

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S.No Description <strong>of</strong> work How to measure Multiplying<br />

factor<br />

I. Panelled or frames and<br />

braced joinery.<br />

II. Leged and battened or<br />

legged batten and braced .<br />

Measured flat(not girthed)including chowkat<br />

or frame. Edges chocks, cleats, etc. shall be<br />

deemed to be included in the item.<br />

Measured flat(not girthed)including chowkat<br />

or frame. Edges chocks, cleats, etc. shall be<br />

deemed to be included in the item.<br />

1 1/2, (for<br />

each side)<br />

1 1/2,(for<br />

each side)<br />

III. Flush Measured flat(not girthed)including chowkat<br />

or frame. Edges chocks, cleats, etc. shall be<br />

deemed to be included in the item.<br />

IV. Fully glazed or gauzed. Measured flat(not girthed)including chowkat<br />

or frame. Edges chocks, cleats, etc. shall be<br />

deemed to be included in the item.<br />

1 (for each<br />

side)<br />

1/2, (for<br />

each side)<br />

Part paneled or part glazed or<br />

glazed<br />

Measured flat(not girthed)including chowkat<br />

or frame. Edges chocks, cleats, etc. shall be<br />

deemed to be included in the item.<br />

1 (for each<br />

side)<br />

V. Fully venetioned <strong>of</strong> louvred Measured flat(not girthed)including chowkat<br />

or frame. Edges chocks, cleats, etc. shall be<br />

deemed to be included in the item.<br />

VI. Weather boarding Measured flat (not girthed) supporting frame<br />

work shall not be measured separately.<br />

1 1/2,(for<br />

each side)<br />

1 1/2,(for<br />

each side)<br />

VII. Wood shingle ro<strong>of</strong>ing Measured flat (not girthed) 11/8(for<br />

each side)<br />

VIII.<br />

Boarding with covered fillets<br />

&match boarding<br />

Measured flat (not girthed)<br />

1 1/20(for<br />

each side)<br />

IX. Tile and slate battening Measurement flat over all no deduction shall<br />

be made for open spaces.<br />

3/4 (for<br />

painting all<br />

over)<br />

X. Trellis (or jaffari) work one<br />

way or two day.<br />

Measurement flat over all no deduction shall<br />

be made for open spaces (supporting<br />

members shall not be measured separately)<br />

2 (for<br />

painting all<br />

over)<br />

XI.<br />

Guard bars, balustrades, gratings Measurement flat over all no deduction shall<br />

and railings.<br />

be made for open spaces (supporting<br />

members shall not be measured separately)<br />

1 (for<br />

painting all<br />

over)<br />

XII. Gates and open palisade Measured flat 1 (for

fencing including standards bracing, (see note)<br />

rails, stays etc.<br />

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painting all<br />

over)<br />

XIII. Carved or enriched work. Measured flat 2(for each<br />

side)<br />

XIV. Steel rolling shutters. Measure flat overall jamb guices, bottom<br />

rails and locking arrangement etc. shall be<br />

included in the item.<br />

1 1/4(for<br />

each side)<br />

NOTE: The highest shall be taken from the bottom <strong>of</strong> the lowest rate if the palisades do not go below it<br />

(or from the lower end <strong>of</strong> palisades, if the project below the lowest rail) upto the top <strong>of</strong> palisades, but not<br />

upto the top <strong>of</strong> standards, they are higher than the palisades.

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1. The material shall be specially designed aluminum extruded sections <strong>of</strong> proper alloy having<br />

maximum corrosion resistance and best mechanical properties. It shall conform to IS : SHE 9<br />

WP. All sections shall be anodized in natural matt finish. All fasteners such as nuts, bolts,<br />

screws and washers shall be <strong>of</strong> aluminum.<br />

No welding shall be allowed and all corner joints shall be mechanically bolted to neat hair line<br />

joints or shall be patented interlocking ones.<br />

Doors:<br />

The door leaves shall be prepared to receive “ thick glass. Neoprene dry set glazing gaskets<br />

with snap in leveled metal glazing stops inside and out or any other equivalent glazing<br />

arrangement shall be provided to the frames to hold the glass firmly in position. No glazing<br />

arrangement which requires visible screws shall be accepted as visible screws are likely to<br />

loose their plating and rust and will impair the appearance <strong>of</strong> the aluminium door.<br />

All shutters shall be provided with double action automatic floor closures’ single action open out<br />

on <strong>of</strong>fset pivots with automatic overhead spring closures which shall be fixed to the frame such<br />

that they will be flush with floor level.<br />

The shutters shall be provided with security lock two bolts and handles <strong>of</strong> approved make and<br />

design. Butt hinges or pivots shall be provided as desired,<br />

Windows:<br />

All windows shall be provided with weather stripping in order to make them completely water<br />

and air tight. The frames shall be so designed to receive glazing either inside or outside.<br />

The louvered windows shall be adjustable, ensure desired ventilation and stay open in any<br />

required position. They shall have symmetrical roto-operators geared to lock in any position.<br />

Provision should be there for locking in closed position and the window shall not be operable<br />

from outside.<br />

Jambs and Mullions will have suitable wall thickness. There shall be two actuator bars one on<br />

each jamb. Actuator bars, links, rivets, screws etc., shall be <strong>of</strong> aluminum.<br />

Jambs shall require a flat installation contact surface. Jambs shall be singly screwed, plumb and<br />

to line to the sides <strong>of</strong> the openings. Mullions for double or multiple units shall consist <strong>of</strong> two<br />

alluminiurn jambs fastened together and anchored at the top and bottom <strong>of</strong> the construction<br />

opening.<br />

Each blade clip shall be <strong>of</strong> one-piece aluminum alloy and riveted to jamb at required spacing<br />

centers. It shall be well balanced and <strong>of</strong> design where louver blades <strong>of</strong> specified thickness can<br />

be inserted from inside without the use <strong>of</strong> special blades.<br />

Additional Conditions:<br />

These additional conditions shall be read in conjunction with general conditions, special<br />

conditions<br />

1) The drawings enclosed indicate the sizes and designs <strong>of</strong> alluminiurn frames. The contractor<br />

shall submit complete shop drawings indicating overall dimensions <strong>of</strong> frames, frame sections,<br />

fixing details and details <strong>of</strong> intermediate and coiner mullions for approval within one week from<br />

the date <strong>of</strong> work order—Fabrication shall commence only after approval is given to shop<br />

drawings.<br />

2) One specirnen sample should be submitted along with the tender for appreciation <strong>of</strong><br />

workmanship, finish etc , specimen <strong>of</strong> the successful tenderer will be retained as sample and<br />

those <strong>of</strong> unsuccessful tenderers will be returned. Submission <strong>of</strong> samples and taking back <strong>of</strong>

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rejected samples shall be the responsibility and at the cost <strong>of</strong> respective tenderers. Tenders not<br />

accompanied with specimen samples are liable for rejection.<br />

3) The quality <strong>of</strong> workmanship and finishing <strong>of</strong> the frames shall be <strong>of</strong> the highest order. The entire<br />

work shall conform to the workmanship, finish and quality <strong>of</strong> approved samples and frames<br />

which do not tally, with approved sample in all respects will be rejected even after these are<br />

brought to site.<br />

4) The rates should be quoted for the units specified in Schedule ‘A’ arid should be inclusive <strong>of</strong> all<br />

taxes, excise duty, freight charges for delivery at site etc. complete. Necessary ‘C or ‘D’ form will<br />

be issued by Corporation if required on application.<br />

5) Payment will be made only after the doors and windows are delivered at site, inspected and<br />

accepted by the Corporation and no other condition is acceptable.<br />

6) Each tender must be accompanied by sketches showing the sections proposed for various<br />

members and their unit weights.

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1. These additional conditions and specifications shall be read in connection with general<br />

conditions, and special conditions.<br />

2. Steel windows should be <strong>of</strong> the designs as per drawings enclosed. All sections should conform<br />

to IS-1038 latest.<br />

3. The fabrication <strong>of</strong> windows should be done with flash butt welding.<br />

4. One specimen sample <strong>of</strong> a steel window should be submitted along with the tenders for<br />

appreciation <strong>of</strong> workmanship, finish etc. Specimen <strong>of</strong> the successful tenderer will be retained as<br />

sample and those <strong>of</strong> the unsuccessful tenderer will be returned. Submission <strong>of</strong> the samples and<br />

taking back <strong>of</strong> rejected samples shall be at the cost <strong>of</strong> respective tenderers. Tenders not<br />

accompanied with specimen samples are liable for rejection.<br />

5. Shop drawings showing all the details is such as overall dimensions <strong>of</strong> the frame, standard<br />

sections and fittings (size and made) proposed location <strong>of</strong> hold fast or holes for fixing beadings<br />

for all categories should be submitted for approval within one week from the date <strong>of</strong> work order.<br />

Fabrication should commence only after approval is given to shop drawings.<br />

6. Fittings and hinges as per specifications below should be provided for doors and windows.<br />

For Doors: Individual or in Partitions<br />

a. Each shutter shall be fitted with 4 Nos 4” long steel butt hinges welded to the frame.<br />

b. Standard hold fasts rawl plugs shall be provided to the frames for fixing in masonry, floor, and<br />

beams etc.<br />

c. i. For single shutter opening in doors and partitions, mortice lock o Harrison or approved<br />

equivalent<br />

make with 4 levers shall be provided in the metal band portion but without handles.<br />

ii. For double shutter opening tower bolts <strong>of</strong> approved make and size at top and bottom to one<br />

shutter and mortice lock <strong>of</strong> Harrison or approved equivalent make with 4 levers in metal band<br />

to the others shutter shall be provided.<br />

iii. Where PULBOLOK is specified on drawing, it shall be <strong>of</strong> approved quality and make<br />

For side Hung Windows (Independent an in combination with Doors)<br />

a. Each shutters is hung on three butt hinges with brass and steel washer and pins.<br />

b. The shutters for open able portions <strong>of</strong> windows shall be provided with pressed aluminium<br />

handles mounted on machined mild steel plates welded to the opening frames. Handles shall be<br />

<strong>of</strong> two point type which engage the taper plates provided on fixed position, and shall have spring<br />

and nylon washers.<br />

c. The windows are provided with peg stays in pressed aluminium <strong>of</strong> approved make. Pegs and<br />

brackets are rivetted to frames The peg stays are provided with three holes to keep the shutters<br />

open in three different positions upto 90 degrees. A locking bracket is provided, fixed on the<br />

steel fixed frame to hold the peg stay arm when the shutter is closed.<br />

d. All window shutters shall have concealed lower bolts as shown in drawing.

For top hung windows (Independent or in combination with doors)<br />

a. Each shutter shall be hung on 2 No. steel hinges with brass and steel washer and pins.<br />

b. Suitable peg stays <strong>of</strong> approved material to regulate opening <strong>of</strong> the shutters and adequate<br />

locking arrangement shall be provided to the frame.<br />

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Centrally hung horizontally pivoted panels.<br />

Shall be provided with adjustable friction cup pivots and spring catch at top <strong>of</strong> panel for hand<br />

operation.<br />

7. The quality workmanship and finishing <strong>of</strong> the frames should be <strong>of</strong> the highest order as specified<br />

in the latest Indian Standards. The entire work shall conform to the workmanship finish and<br />

quality <strong>of</strong> the approved sample and frames which do not tally with the approved sample in all<br />

respects will be rejected even after these are brought to site for handing over<br />

8. The rates should be quoted for the units specified in the schedule ‘A’ and should be inclusive <strong>of</strong><br />

all taxes, excise duty, freight charges for delivery at site etc. Complete and rectifications before<br />

and after erection ensuring faultless fitting and operation after erection. Necessary ‘C’ or ‘D’ form<br />

will be issued by the <strong>corporation</strong> if required on application.<br />

9. Payment will be made only after the windows are delivered at site, inspected and accepted by<br />

the Corporation and no other condition is acceptable.

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1. Scope <strong>of</strong> work: This specification provides for the manufacture, assembly, testing before dispatch,<br />

supply and delivery at site, erection and commissioning <strong>of</strong> the installations, cables and sub<br />

distribution boards and wiring for all equipments and lighting fixture.<br />

1.1 The entire work is required to be carried out as per phased programme enclosed from the date <strong>of</strong><br />

awarding contract. The date <strong>of</strong> commissioning is subject to the liquidated damage as specified in<br />

the general conditions <strong>of</strong> the contract.<br />

1.2 Location: The project is located at Moula Ali, Hyderabad-5000 62.<br />

1.3 Handling and transport facilities at site: The contractor should be responsible for and pay for<br />

the handling and transport <strong>of</strong> all parts and materials covered by this contract from the maker’s work<br />

to the actual site <strong>of</strong> erection, including loading and unloading <strong>of</strong> materials as required. He should be<br />

prepared to make his own arrangements for temporary storage <strong>of</strong> his material and equipments<br />

before and during erection. No facility <strong>of</strong> crane etc. shall be available for the installation and the<br />

contractor should make his own arrangement for this purpose.<br />

1.4 General Conditions: All works covered by this specification should be carried out in accordance<br />

with the “General Conditions <strong>of</strong> the Contract”, attached hereto.<br />

1.5 Standards and specifications: For all materials and equipment in general, ISI specifications and<br />

standards should apply. Where ISI specifications and standards do not exist, the relevant BSS or<br />

ASA etc. should apply. All specifications, standards, Publication etc. specified mean the latest.<br />

Electrical installation should conform to the following wherever applicable:<br />

a) The regulations for electrical equipments in buildings by the I.E.E, London.<br />

b) The Indian Electricity Act. 1960 with latest modifications.<br />

c) The Indian Electricity Rules, 1956 with latest amendments.<br />

d) The regulations for Electrical equipments in buildings issued by the Regional Council <strong>of</strong><br />

Insurance.<br />

e) The Factory Act, 1948.<br />

1.6 Completeness <strong>of</strong> the contract: Any work fittings, accessories or apparatus which may not have<br />

been specifically mentioned in the specification but which are necessary in the equipment for the<br />

efficient working <strong>of</strong> the plant, should be deemed to be included in the contract and should be<br />

executed and provided by the contractor. All plant and apparatus should be complete in all details,<br />

whether such details are mentioned in the specification or not.<br />

1.7 Drawings: Two sets <strong>of</strong> fully informative drawings for general layout foundations <strong>of</strong> the equipment,<br />

assembly, sub-assembly and other detailed drawings <strong>of</strong> all the equipment should be submitted for<br />

our approval. The manufacture <strong>of</strong> any equipment should commence only after obtaining the<br />

approval <strong>of</strong> the Executive Engineer in writing to the correspondence contract drawings.<br />

Six prints and one permanent negative <strong>of</strong> each <strong>of</strong> the finally approved drawings incorporating all the<br />

modifications proposed by the Executive Engineer should be submitted. No modifications should be<br />

made in a drawing already approved by the purchaser without his prior consent.<br />


Approval <strong>of</strong> the contractor’s drawings should not relieve the contract <strong>of</strong> any part <strong>of</strong> his obligation to<br />

meet all the requirements <strong>of</strong> the contract.<br />

1.8 Instruction Books: The contractor should supply on completion <strong>of</strong> the contract four copies <strong>of</strong> :<br />

a) Full instructions for the working <strong>of</strong> all plant with illustrated literatures.<br />

b) Complete price lists <strong>of</strong> spare parts and tools.<br />

1.9 Testing:<br />

a) The contractor should carry out the tests on different equipments as specified in the subsequent<br />

section with the conditions there<strong>of</strong> in order to unable the Executive Engineer to determine<br />

whether the plants and works comply with the specifications test, conditions in normal working.<br />

The contract should arrange his own equipment required for tests to be carried out in the site on<br />

any <strong>of</strong> equipment.

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b) Additional Tests: Executive Engineer reserves to himself the right <strong>of</strong> having at his own expense<br />

any inspection or test <strong>of</strong> a reasonable nature carried out in addition to those specified in the<br />

specifications for different equipment at the contractor’s premises or at site to satisfy himself<br />

that the plant and materials comply with the requirements <strong>of</strong> contract. All equipment must be<br />

tested as per relevant IS/BS specification and IS/IEE regulation in the presence <strong>of</strong> the<br />

Executive Engineer or his duly authorized representative.<br />

1.10 Guarantee: The performance <strong>of</strong> all the equipment and the installation should be guaranteed<br />

at least for a minimum period <strong>of</strong> one year for defective material or workmanship. All equipments<br />

must comply with IS/BS specification.<br />

1.11 Interchangeability: All corresponding parts <strong>of</strong> similar plant and equipment should be<br />

interchangeable in every way.<br />

1.12 Foundation Bolts: All plants and equipment should be supplied with a complete set <strong>of</strong><br />

foundation bolts and all other materials required for the installation <strong>of</strong> the plant and equipment in<br />

position.<br />

1.13 Storage space: Adequate open space will be allotted to the contractor at the site and he should<br />

make his own arrangements for his enclosed storage and be responsible for the custody <strong>of</strong> his<br />

material before and during the erection.<br />

1.14 Power Supply: Power Supply is available at the site at present.<br />

1.15 Finish: The finish <strong>of</strong> all the equipment should be such that they can withstand the weather <strong>of</strong><br />

Hyderabad. All the equipment should be furnished with T A grey colour.<br />

1.16 Spares: The tenderer shall quote separately for spares recommended by this specification.<br />

Detailed list <strong>of</strong> spare parts for the equipment shall be submitted.<br />

1.17 Tools: All special tools required for dismantling and assembly <strong>of</strong> the equipment covered by the<br />

contractor shall be supplied and included in the contract. A list <strong>of</strong> items that will be supplied by the<br />

contractor should be submitted along with the tender.<br />


1.0 General: This specification covers the manufacture, testing and supply <strong>of</strong> indoor type, medium voltage<br />

switchboards.<br />

1.1 The switch boards shall be air break, free standing combination fuse type suitable for use on 440 volts<br />

3phase 4wire 50cycles per second system.<br />

1.2 Standards & Quantity:<br />

1.2.1 The complete equipment, materials and accessories <strong>of</strong>fered shall conform to the requirements laid<br />

out in the latest relevant Indian standards or British Standards.<br />

1.2.2 The equipment <strong>of</strong>fered shall be factory assembled and tested at every stage <strong>of</strong> manufacture and the<br />

workmanship should be <strong>of</strong> the high order.<br />

1.3 The switch boards shall be industrial type, dust and vermin pro<strong>of</strong> and designed to facilitate easy<br />

inspection, cleaning and repairs and for use where continuity <strong>of</strong> operation is the first and foremost<br />

consideration.<br />

1.4 The Board shall be floor mounting or wall mounting wherever specified suitable for erection on<br />

prepared foundation without much skilled supervision. Also, it should be capable <strong>of</strong> being easily<br />

extended at both ends and should have a pleasing appearance.<br />

2.0 Technical:<br />

2.1 Bus bars: The bus bars shall be <strong>of</strong> hard drawn high conductivity copper/aluminium complying with the<br />

requirements <strong>of</strong> BS/IS and shall be capable <strong>of</strong> carrying continuously not less than full load current<br />

specified and shall be uniform cross section throughout the length. The bus bars shall be supported on<br />

suitable insulating material such as Permali or Hylam at sufficiently close intervals to prevent busbar<br />

sag and to effectively withstand the electromagnetic stresses in the event <strong>of</strong> a short circuit. All the<br />

busbars and the risers should be fully insulated by means <strong>of</strong> PVS sleeving.<br />

2.2 Fuse switch units: These should comply with IS: 157, BS; 861/1939 and BS: 2510/1954 wherever<br />

applicable, it should be suitable to accommodate high rupturing capacity cartridge fuse links complying<br />

with BS: 88 or IS: 2208 having a certified rupturing capacity <strong>of</strong> not less than 35MVA at 440 volts.

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2.3.1 The switches shall be <strong>of</strong> double break type and load break duty with quick make break action and<br />

shall be capable <strong>of</strong> making and breaking 300% <strong>of</strong> the rated current.<br />

2.3.2 The interior arrangement <strong>of</strong> the switch must be such that all the “live” metal is shorted. The contacts<br />

<strong>of</strong> the switch should be silver plated. The moving contacts should be mounted on their own operating<br />

shaft so that they can be removed as a complete sub-assembly to facilitate inspection and<br />

maintenance. The operating mechanism should be crisp and positive in action and it should be a quick<br />

make and quick break switch capable <strong>of</strong> controlling all types <strong>of</strong> loads, including capacitors.<br />

Switch Boards:<br />

2.4 Construction: the switch units shall be secured in a manner as to permit change in position or<br />

assembly without difficulty or structural alterations. The raiser connections from the unit to the busbars<br />

should be in solid copper which shall be suitably insulated at the point <strong>of</strong> entry into the busbar chamber<br />

as far as possible the raiser connections should be connected to the busbars by means <strong>of</strong> clamps, in<br />

order to obviate the drilling the busbars. An insulating barrier should to interposed between the unit and<br />

the busbar chamber and where the raiser connections pass through this barrier, rubber bushes should<br />

be provided. The busbars and the raiser connections should have sufficient mechanical strength to<br />

withstand the effects<br />

Of a 25MVA short circuit until it can be cleared by the appropriate protecting device. All the raisers and<br />

the busbars should be clearly marked with a appropriate colour code to enable immediate identification<br />

<strong>of</strong> the phases and neutral.<br />

The floorstands have sufficient mechanical strength to carry the weight <strong>of</strong> entire switchboard safely.<br />

The height <strong>of</strong> the floorstands shall be such as to allow the appropriate termination <strong>of</strong> cables in the<br />

switches mounted above or below the busbar chamber at convenient operational heights The top<br />

mounted S.F units should be at a convenient height, for some reason, this is not possible, then such<br />

units should be fitted with eyeleted operating handles and an operating pole is to be supplied with each<br />

such board.<br />

The switchboard should be complete with all necessary self-contained interconnections, small wiring<br />

for instruments and suitably engraved designation labels made out <strong>of</strong> white plastic with black<br />

inscriptions. The boards should also be extensible on both sides to allow for additional units to be<br />

added at a later date.<br />


2.5 The distribution board should comply with BS: 214 in all aspects.<br />

Construction:<br />

The distribution fuse board should comprise an all-welded fabricated sheet steel case and door or<br />

robust and rigid construction, designed to exclude dust. The boor should be secured by robust<br />

fasteners, enabling dust-protecting gasket to be compressed quickly and easily. The Distribution board<br />

should be provided with undrilled detachable and plates at the top and bottom and should be complete<br />

with suitable wall fixing arrangements.<br />

The fuse fittings should be <strong>of</strong> high grade phenolic mouldings and must be non-hygroscopic and noninflammable.<br />

They should be suitable to receive high rupturing capacity cartridge fuse links complying<br />

with BS: 88 or IS: 2208 and having rupturing capacity <strong>of</strong> not less than 35MVA at 440volts. There must<br />

be a viewing apperature on the fuse fittings to facilitate location <strong>of</strong> blown cartridge fuse-links. The fuse<br />

fittings should be mounted on a high grade rigid insulating support and connected by busbars. The<br />

cable sockets <strong>of</strong> each fuse-bank should be situated centrally and must be covered by an insulating<br />

shroud for safety. The interior <strong>of</strong> the fuse boards <strong>of</strong> rating above 15 Amps. Should be chasis-mounted<br />

and should be removable as a complete unit to facilitate the drawing in <strong>of</strong> cables. In addition, interior <strong>of</strong><br />

fuseboards <strong>of</strong> all ratings should be reversible to give adequate cabling space for either top or bottom<br />

entry <strong>of</strong> the incoming supply to the busbars. It should also be possible to detach individual fuse banks<br />

when desired.<br />

Phase separation barriers made out <strong>of</strong> are resistant material should be provided between the fusebanks.<br />

There should be racks for storing spares fuse-links inside the distribution boards and a label for<br />

indicating the designation <strong>of</strong> each circuit. An earthing socket should be fitted to casing <strong>of</strong> the<br />

distribution board.

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It should be possible to convert a Triple Pole distribution board to a Triple board and a neutral board<br />

by the simple addition <strong>of</strong> a neutral bar. For distribution boards upto 15 amp rating, the neutral bar<br />

should have sufficient terminals for full number <strong>of</strong> outgoing circuits, so that these can be used for<br />

lighting circuits.<br />

The cable sockets <strong>of</strong> the fuse banks and terminal bores <strong>of</strong> individual fuse fittings should be capable <strong>of</strong><br />

taking appropriate sizes <strong>of</strong> cables with aluminium conductors. In case <strong>of</strong> fuse fittings, special “grub<br />

screws” should be used to tighten cable connections so as to prevent damage to aluminium cables.<br />

2.6 Earthing: Adequate size <strong>of</strong> G.I strips shall be run along the entire length <strong>of</strong> the switchboard.<br />

2.7 Metal treatment: All the steel materials used in the construction <strong>of</strong> the board should have undergone<br />

rigorous rust-pro<strong>of</strong>ing process which must comprise alkaline degreasing, de-scaling in dilute sulphuric<br />

acid and a recognized phosphaping process. The steel work shall then receive two coats <strong>of</strong> filter oxide<br />

primer before final painting. Castings shall be scrupulously cleaned and fettled before receiving a<br />

similar oxide primary coat.<br />

3.0 GENERAL<br />

3.1 Drawings: The successful tenderer shall furnish 2sets <strong>of</strong> all drawings for the above boards supplied<br />

with foundation details and wiring and overall dimensions.<br />

3.2 Test Certificates: The successful tenderer shall furnish 2sets <strong>of</strong> test certificates for the switch boards<br />

supplied.<br />

3.3 Deviations: The successful tenderer shall clearly state the deviations in the tender even not quoted as<br />

per specification and requirements.<br />

3.4 The contractor shall provide at his own cost, enamelled danger boards and caution notices on each <strong>of</strong><br />

the panel board/distribution board as required by Engineer-in-charge.<br />

3.5 The contractor shall provide at his own cost, electric shock treatment chart duly mounted in frames in<br />

control/panel room and other important locations as per the instructions <strong>of</strong> Engineer-in-charge.<br />



1. Scope: The specification covers the supply and installation <strong>of</strong> power cables at the site and supply <strong>of</strong> all<br />

accessories for the same the work in general consists <strong>of</strong> supply and installation <strong>of</strong> PVC power cables.<br />

The tenderer shall include for all materials and accessories which are necessary for the work. Such parts<br />

<strong>of</strong> accessories shall be considered to be within the scope <strong>of</strong> this specification whether they have been<br />

specifically mentioned or not.<br />

2. Materials and workmanship:<br />

2.1 All materials used shall be new and best available for this purpose and shall be capable <strong>of</strong> withstanding<br />

the variation <strong>of</strong> working conditions at site without distortion or deterioration or the setting up <strong>of</strong> any<br />

undue stresses.<br />

2.2 All armoured PVC cables mentioned in the schedule should be PVC insulated, PVC jacketed and<br />

single galvanized steel wire armoured and PVC sheathed cable and must comply with the latest I.S/B.S<br />

specification.<br />

3. Supervisions: The contractor shall keep a competent qualified experienced and approved electrical<br />

engineer on the works who will be responsible for the carrying out <strong>of</strong> the work in accordance with<br />

drawings, specifications and instructions. All workmen employed shall be duly qualified and skilled.<br />

4. Particulars <strong>of</strong> works: The work comprises supply, laying, erecting, fixing, connecting, jointing, and<br />

other incidental works, including testing, energizing and maintenance <strong>of</strong> all power cables and supply <strong>of</strong><br />

cable joint boxes and accessories as listed in the annexed schedule.<br />

5. Compliance with regulations:<br />

5.1 All apparatus and materials supplied and all works carried out shall comply in all respects with existing<br />

rules and regulations either B.S or S.I.<br />

6. General rules for cable laying:<br />

6.1 The cables will be laid as specified by Executive Engineer.<br />

6.2 Where cables pass through humepipes, the contractor shall fix hard wood bushes around the cables at<br />

the end <strong>of</strong> the pipes, where the cables pass through the floors or chambers and in such other situations<br />

the contractor shall seal cables hole in a manner approved by the Executive Engineer. Wherever cables<br />

pass through roads nullahs etc. cables must be protected by class A hume /G.I pipe <strong>of</strong> suitable diameter.

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6.3 The cable route shall be the shortest and there shall be minimum interference with built up areas lawns<br />

etc.<br />

6.4 The trench shall be not less than ½ metre wide and 1metre deep, for laying one cable. If more cables<br />

are to be laid, the width should be suitably increased. An inter-axial clearance <strong>of</strong> at least 100mm shall be<br />

maintained between cables. Before the cables are laid, the surface where gradient is unavoidable, it<br />

should be gradual. A cushion <strong>of</strong> 75cms. below the cable should be provided with riddled earth or sand.<br />

Cables shall be mechanically protected by placing cement, stone <strong>of</strong> 23 X 11.5 X 3.8cm (approx). While<br />

refilling care should be taken that the surface is brought to the original finish.<br />

6.5 Care should be exercised for providing suitable props for supporting other service lines unearthed at<br />

the time <strong>of</strong> excavation where cutting <strong>of</strong> a lawn become unavoidable, it should be with the approval <strong>of</strong><br />

Engineer-in-charge.<br />

6.6 Proper care should be exercised in handling the cable to avoid formation on knicks etc. and where it<br />

becomes necessary, the cable shall be bent to a curve which is nit less than 20times the diameter <strong>of</strong> the<br />

cables.<br />

6.7 Where cables are laid in built up branches they shall be fixed with angle iron frame to be furnished by<br />

the contractor, unless specified otherwise. Distinguishing marks shall be made on the cable for<br />

identification.<br />

6.8 At termination points and joints, suitable loops shall be kept for emergency. At joints the extra length<br />

may be provided in the form <strong>of</strong> ‘S’ for future use in case <strong>of</strong> cable laid in ground cable makers at<br />

convenient intervals and crossing <strong>of</strong> roads etc. shall be fixed along the route <strong>of</strong> the cable.<br />

6.9 The end <strong>of</strong> the unused cables shall be immediately sealed by the contractor at his own cost.<br />

6.10 Megger insulation tests shall be carried out before connecting the cables to respective isolators.<br />

Hypstential test shall be carried out and every cable should withstand the voltages as specified in<br />

relevant standards.<br />


1. General:<br />

These specifications relate to the electrical installations in the buildings <strong>of</strong> the Electronics Corporation Of<br />

India Limited, Hyderabad. The specifications cover general requirements to be fulfilled. These general<br />

specifications are supplemented by the special specifications for the particular building, separately<br />

attached.<br />

1.1 Applicable rules and Regulations:<br />

The installation shall be carried out conformity with the regulations for the electrical equipments <strong>of</strong><br />

buildings, published by the Institute <strong>of</strong> electrical Engineers, London (13 th Edition 1955 and ad amended<br />

upto-date) hereinafter referred to as the I.E.E wiring regulations, where these specifications or the<br />

special specifications for the particular building attached hereto are at variance with the I.E.E<br />

regulations, those specifications or special specifications as the case may be shall be followed. The<br />

installation shall also comply with the requirements <strong>of</strong> the Indian-Electricity Act 1910 as amended uptodate<br />

and rules issued thereunder where not specified otherwise, the installation should generally follow<br />

the Indian Standard codes <strong>of</strong> practice and in their absence, the relevant British Standard Codes <strong>of</strong><br />

Practice. All the materials shall comply with the relevant Indian Standard or British Standard<br />

Specifications.<br />

1.2 Definitions:<br />

The definitions <strong>of</strong> Terms in the I.E.E. regulations shall apply in general, except the definition <strong>of</strong> point<br />

wiring which shall be clause 2.2.2<br />

1.3 Drawings:<br />

The tender drawings only indicate the general scheme <strong>of</strong> requirements. The exact position <strong>of</strong> all points,<br />

control switch boxes, runs <strong>of</strong> wiring and/or conduits, joint boxes and inspections boxes, main and subdistribution<br />

boards main and submains etc shall be got approved by the Engineer-in-charge, before the<br />

commencement <strong>of</strong> the work wherever required, detailed drawings shall be prepared and got approved<br />

by then Engineer-in-charge. All circuits shall be clearly numbered in wiring diagrams and buildings<br />

plans. The detailed design <strong>of</strong> a switch board, special fixture or any other part <strong>of</strong> the electrical<br />

installation as may be called for by then Engineer-in-charge shall also be supplied by then contractor<br />

and got approved by the Engineer-in-charge, 4sets <strong>of</strong> completion drawings and wiring diagrams

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showing installations as executed shall be supplied along with the completion certificate required under<br />

section 1.8.<br />

1.4 Materials:<br />

All materials shall be new and <strong>of</strong> the best quality conforming to the relevant I.S or B.S specifications.<br />

They must be the products <strong>of</strong> reliable manufacture <strong>of</strong> many years <strong>of</strong> standing all life parts <strong>of</strong> materials<br />

shall be interchangeable in case <strong>of</strong> equipment such as circuit breakers switch fuses etc. a descriptive<br />

and illustrated literature shall accompany the tender. The names <strong>of</strong> manufacturers <strong>of</strong> various materials<br />

shall be furnished in the pr<strong>of</strong>orma. Samples <strong>of</strong> materials wherever required, shall be got approved by<br />

the Engineer-in-charge before use in the installation. One set if such approved samples shall be<br />

deposited with the Engineer-in-charge. All materials shall be <strong>of</strong> rust-pro<strong>of</strong> materials or rendered rust<br />

pro<strong>of</strong> by application <strong>of</strong> suitable paints. The supply <strong>of</strong> all equipments, switch gears etc., shall be<br />

complete with all the accessories fittings and mounting as may be required for their due performance.<br />

1.5 Workmanship:<br />

Good workmanship and neat finished appearance are the prerequisites for complying with the clauses<br />

if these specifications. With a view to ensure fine workmanship, the tenderers shall employee licensed<br />

wireman with an experience <strong>of</strong> not less than 5years in the the type <strong>of</strong> they are engaged. The work<br />

should be under the supervisions <strong>of</strong> licensed electrical supervisors with good educational qualifications<br />

and considerable experience. Tenders shall furnish the names <strong>of</strong> the supervisors and their wireman<br />

who will be engaged on this work details <strong>of</strong> their experience in the pr<strong>of</strong>orma required.<br />

1.6 Co-operation with civil and other works:<br />

The tenderer after the award <strong>of</strong> the contract shall co-operate with the civil and other contractors and<br />

shall coordinate his work with the work <strong>of</strong> the other contractors with the least amount <strong>of</strong> dis-location<br />

and interference to the other works. Tenderers shall go through the drawings carefully and shall furnish<br />

the Engineer-in-charge with all the details <strong>of</strong> openings in the walls etc. that may be required for<br />

concealing any <strong>of</strong> the electrical equipments or accessories. Where the contractor fails to furnish such<br />

information as may be required for the purpose <strong>of</strong> concealing the equipments etc They shall be made<br />

at his cost and expense. Any alterations to parts <strong>of</strong> the buildings shall be carried out with prior<br />

permission <strong>of</strong> the competent authority. All chases, ducts holes etc. made in the walls or in any other<br />

civil or structural work shall be made good at the contractors expense and brought to the original<br />

shape, finish and colour.<br />

1.7 Painting:<br />

After the complete installation and testing, all the equipment conduits etc. shall be given two<br />

coats <strong>of</strong> plant <strong>of</strong> the approved make and colour all distribution boards, switches etc. shall be designed<br />

and labelled clearly as directed by the Engineer-in-charge.<br />

1.8 Completion certificate and maintenance Guarantee:<br />

After the completion <strong>of</strong> the installation and testing the contractor should furnish a certificate in the<br />

pr<strong>of</strong>orma in Appendix 1 at the time <strong>of</strong> testing over the installation by the department. The installation<br />

shall be guaranteed for a period <strong>of</strong> 12 months from the date <strong>of</strong> taking over by the department .During<br />

the period <strong>of</strong> guarantee all defects in material or in workmanship, shall be rectified or replaced free <strong>of</strong><br />

cost to the department.<br />

1.9 General Conditions <strong>of</strong> contract:<br />

The specifications are governed by the general conditions <strong>of</strong> contract attached hereto.<br />

1.10 Tenders ability:<br />

Inorder to unable the department to assess the ability <strong>of</strong> the tenderer to execute the work<br />

the tenderer shall furnish evidence <strong>of</strong> his experience and capacity to carry out the work <strong>of</strong><br />

the magnitude and nature tendered.<br />

1.11 Rates:<br />

The rates <strong>of</strong> items shall include all taxes, transport loading, unloading charges and all such<br />

charges that may be required to be incurred for the supply and installation <strong>of</strong> the materials. The rate<br />

shall be fir and variations in the market ate not entertained. As far as possible good quality, indigenous<br />

materials only shall be included for supply. Where it is unavoidable imported items may be included<br />

and the tenderer should clearly indicate materials, quantity, rate and amount <strong>of</strong> these items.<br />

1.12 Power Supply:

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Metered single phase or 3phase power at once joint <strong>of</strong> supply will be made available by the ECIL.<br />

Further extension shall be carried out by the contractor. All such extension shall be done with the<br />

permission <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in-charge and in conformity with I.E.E. regulations I.E. Act 1910 etc.<br />

1.13 Storage Space:<br />

The tenderer shall prime facie make his own storing arrangements on site. The ECIL may consider<br />

giving covered space as and when available.<br />

1.14 Departure from the specifications:<br />

The tenderer should clearly indicate departures, if any from the specifications, with reasons for the<br />

same.<br />

2. TECHNICAL:<br />

2.1 Supply System: The wiring installation shall be suitable for 3phase 400/440V 50cycles systems <strong>of</strong><br />

supply.<br />

2.2 Wiring for lights and fans:<br />

2.2.1 Looping system <strong>of</strong> wiring shall be adopted. No joints shall be made at intermediate runs <strong>of</strong> cables<br />

and where they are unavoidable such joints shall be through approved mechanical connections.<br />

2.2.2 Point Wiring:<br />

Point wiring shall consist if the branch wiring from the final sub-distribution board together with the<br />

controlling switch (or push) as far as and including the ceiling rose or any other approved connector or<br />

socket outlet. In case <strong>of</strong> more than one light being controlled by one switch, the wiring upto ceiling rose<br />

<strong>of</strong> the first light including the switch shall be considered as ‘Primary’ point. Loop wiring from light to light<br />

shall be considered as a ‘secondary’ point and rates shall be quoted separately.<br />

2.2.3 Conductors:<br />

No conductors for final circuit wiring for lights and fans and sockets outlets shall have a cross section<br />

less than 2.5 sq. mm aluminium.<br />

2.2.4 Loading:<br />

NO final sub-circuit radiating from the fuse board <strong>of</strong> a sub-distribution board and wired with 2.5 Sq.mm<br />

(AL) cable shall carry more than 6 lights, 4fans or outlets <strong>of</strong> a connected load <strong>of</strong> 1000watts. The<br />

following wattages may be assumed for estimating the load on each sub-circuit unless otherwise<br />

known or specified.<br />

Incandescent lamp : 100watts<br />

Ceiling Fans : 60watts<br />

5A socket outlets (Lighting) : 60watts<br />

4 ft. fluorescent tubes : 50watts<br />

5ft. fluorescent tubes : 100watts<br />

In such distribution board to least one way or preferably two ways shall be left spare for future<br />

requirements. A wiring diagram giving the details <strong>of</strong> the exact utilization <strong>of</strong> the ways shall be prepared<br />

and fixed in the sub-distribution board itself or any other easily accessible place. The ways <strong>of</strong> subdistribution<br />

boards shall accordingly be numbered.<br />

2.2.5 Local Control Switches: Local control switches for circuit carrying less than 5A shall be piano type<br />

<strong>of</strong> an approved make and shall conform to B.S 1299 or equilant I.S. All local control switches shall be<br />

connected in the phase or live conductor only and not in the neutral conductor. Switches shall be fixed<br />

in iron clad box and shall be also placed that the bottom <strong>of</strong> the switch box is 1250mm from the finished<br />

floor level unless otherwise state. All switch boxes shall be provided with 1/8” thick laminated sheet<br />

cover fixed to the switch box with chromium plated counter sunk screws.<br />

2.2.6 Ceiling Rose: No ceiling rose shall be used on circuits having a voltage, normally exceeding 250V.<br />

Only one flexible cord shall be attached to a ceiling rose. Only 2-pin 5A socket outlets shall be provided<br />

in lighting circuits. All sockets outlets shall be provided with a control switch and they shall be mounted<br />

in switch boxes as specified in section 2.2.5<br />

2.2.7 Fittings: These shall be <strong>of</strong> approved type as specified in the tender schedule. The sub-circuit leads<br />

should terminate in a ceiling rose or connector on the fitting and internal connections made there from.<br />

Wherever these fittings are suspended they shall be done so through the conduits and ball and socket<br />

joints unless specified otherwise.<br />

2.2.8 Flexible wiring: Flexible cords <strong>of</strong> less than 14/0076 size shall not be used. The weight <strong>of</strong> suspension<br />

shall be governed by the I.E.E. regulations.

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2.2.9 Ceiling Fans: All ceiling fans shall be wired to ceiling rose or special connector boxes and<br />

suspended from a hook shackle or clamp and insulated from the same. All joints in the suspension rod<br />

shall be screwed and secured by means <strong>of</strong> split pins.<br />

The fan clamp supplied by the contractor shall be suitable for the ceiling or ro<strong>of</strong> members as the case<br />

may be for concrete ro<strong>of</strong>s, fan hooks shall be buried in concrete during the construction in approved<br />

manner and securely bound to the reinforcement.<br />

2.3 POWER WIRING:<br />

2.3.1 All power wiring shall be carried out in heavy gauge conduit as specified in I.S specifications for<br />

gauge for different sizes <strong>of</strong> conduits, distinctly separate from wiring for light and fans. The minimum<br />

size <strong>of</strong> cable to be used in all power circuits is 4 Sq mm. (A1).<br />

2.3.2 Point wiring: Point wiring for power shall be as defined under section 2.2.2 and shall include the<br />

switches and sockets.<br />

2.3.3 Loading: all distribution boards for power wiring shall be not less than 15A per way loading per way<br />

shall not exceed normally 2000watts. The following loads may be assumed if exact figures are not<br />

known.<br />

3 Pin 15A outlets 2000watts.<br />

3 Pin 5A outlets 500watts.<br />

2.3.4 Socket outlets and control switches: All socket outlets shall be <strong>of</strong> 3pin type, the third pin<br />

connected to the earth stud <strong>of</strong> the nearest distribution board. The socket outlet shall conform to I.S.<br />

1293, 1958. each socket outlets shall be provided with the control switch <strong>of</strong> appropriate rating. The<br />

switch and socket shall be mounted inside the iron clad box provided with 1/8” laminated sheet cover<br />

<strong>of</strong> approved colour. All socket outlets for power shall be mounted at existing level unless otherwise<br />

specified or directed by the Engineer-in-charge.<br />

2.3.5 Wiring for motors:<br /> Final sub-circuits feeding motors shall be connected to separate ways <strong>of</strong> the distribution board even<br />

if the current in the sub-circuit is less than 15A. No looping is permissible.<br /> All wiring shall be carried out in H.G. conduit as specified in I.S specification for gauge for different<br />

sizes <strong>of</strong> conduits. Where the motor is resiliently mounted flexible conduit with approved adopters shall<br />

be used for last few feet. Where cables are used sufficient loop shall be left.<br /> All switch fuse units controlling circuits feeding motors shall be provided with HRC fuses unless<br />

otherwise specified.<br /> The frame <strong>of</strong> every motor and its associated control gear shall be earthed by two separate and<br />

distinct connections to the earth & conductor shall be capable <strong>of</strong> carrying 3times the rating <strong>of</strong> fuse or<br />

11/2 times the setting <strong>of</strong> the circuit breakers, but in no case less than no.8 S.W.G <strong>of</strong> G.I wire. Where<br />

practicable, the earth connections shall be visible for periodical inspection Gas or water pipes shall not<br />

be used for earth connection.<br />


2.4.1 Surface conduit wiring systems: Conduit shall be heavy gauge solid drawn or welded and samples<br />

should be got approved. Conduits shall be in accordance with BSS 31 Conduits less than ¾” nominal<br />

dia shall not be used. The number and size <strong>of</strong> wires drawn into a conduit should conform to the<br />

provisions <strong>of</strong> I.E.E. regulations.<br />

2.4.2 Bunching <strong>of</strong> cables: Cables carrying direct current way, if desired, be bunched whatever their<br />

polarity, but cables carrying alternating current if installed in metal conduit shall always be bunched so<br />

that the outgoing and return cables are drawn into the same conduit.<br />

2.4.3 Jointing <strong>of</strong> Conduit:<br />

2.4.4 Precaution against insects and damp: In order to minimize condensation or sweating inside, the<br />

conduit system shall be properly drained and ventilated and in such a manner<br />

As to prevent the entry <strong>of</strong> insects.<br />

2.4.5 Protection <strong>of</strong> conduit against rust: All concealed conduits shall be given two coats <strong>of</strong> exide paint<br />

before they are placed in position. All exposed conduits shall be painted after installation with the<br />

colour as approved by the Engineer-in-charge.

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2.4.6 Fixing <strong>of</strong> conduits: the conduit shall be fixed to the surface <strong>of</strong> the walls by hospital sladles secured<br />

by rawl plugs fitted in the wall with round headed screws at intervals <strong>of</strong> not more than 1M. All screws<br />

shall be <strong>of</strong> rust pro<strong>of</strong> materials.<br />

2.4.7 Bends in conduits: Bends in conduits run as far as possible shall be made with a conduit bending<br />

machine. Where unavoidable inspection type <strong>of</strong> bends and elbows shall be used, Angles on the face <strong>of</strong><br />

the wall shall arranged by means <strong>of</strong> cast iron inspection boxes, with suitable inlet and outlets sockets<br />

and screwed joints.<br />

2.4.8 Outlets: all outlets for fittings, switches etc. shallbe terminated in an approved outlet box.<br />

2.4.9 Conductors: all conductors used in circuit shall be stranded and PVC insulated. All cables shall be<br />

<strong>of</strong> approved make only.<br />

2.4.10 Erection and earthing conduit: the whole system <strong>of</strong> conduit shall be completely installed before<br />

the conductors are drawn in. the entire metal system <strong>of</strong> the conduit shall be electrically continues<br />

throughout and shall be permanently and efficiently connected to earth. Gas or water pipes must not<br />

be used to obtain on earth connection.<br />

2.5 Recessing <strong>of</strong> conduits:<br />

2.5.1 Making <strong>of</strong> chase: The chase in the walls shall be neatly made and should be <strong>of</strong> ample dimension to<br />

permit the conduit to be fixed in the manner desired. The contractor shall get chase filled up neatly<br />

after laying the conduit and brought to the finish <strong>of</strong> the wall. Conduits to be embedded in R.S structures<br />

shall be put in position and securely bound to the reinforcement before the concrete is poured.<br />

2.5.2 Fixing <strong>of</strong> conduit in chase: The conduit shall be fixed by means <strong>of</strong> stamples not more than 2feet<br />

apart. The conduit shall be protected from rust by two coats <strong>of</strong> suitable paint before erection.<br />

2.5.3 Inspection Boxes: Suitable inspection boxes with ventilating holes shall be provided to permit<br />

periodical inspection and facilitate removal <strong>of</strong> wire, if necessary. These shall be mounted flush with the<br />

wall.<br />

2.5.4 Types <strong>of</strong> accessories to be used: All accessories such as switches and socket outlets <strong>of</strong> approved<br />

type shall be flush and shall be mounted in suitable cast iron or M.S. sheet outlet boxes, recessed in<br />

wall or structure as the case may be.<br />

2.6 Distribution Boards and Panels:<br />

2.6.1 All distribution panels shall comply with the I.E.E rules 60-61. a clear distance <strong>of</strong> 3-0” in front <strong>of</strong> the<br />

switch board, shall be kept, were bare connections or attachments are provided at the back <strong>of</strong> switch<br />

board, the space behind the panel shall be less than 9” or more than 30” clear but corridor <strong>of</strong> 3’-0” wide<br />

and 6’-0” high may be preferably be provided at the back <strong>of</strong> self supporting boards. All wiring<br />

connections shall be made neatly and securely.<br />

2.6.2 For all circuits using all cable <strong>of</strong> 4 Sq. mm and above, cable sockets shall be used. Where sockets<br />

shall be used. Where cable size in less than 4Sq. mm all strands at the boxes <strong>of</strong> distribution boards<br />

shall be designed as directed by Engineer-in-charge. Opposed and <strong>of</strong> the cable should be soldered<br />

together. All connections shall be so made as to conform to their own diagram. Circuits shall be clearly<br />

numbered to correspond to wiring diagram, and switches on all panels shall be clearly designated in a<br />

manner approved by Engineer-in-charge. Names <strong>of</strong> the distribution boards shall be painted as directed<br />

by the Engineer-in-charge.<br />

2.6.3 Skeleton type panels shall have a rigid frame work adequately braced and supported. The switch and<br />

distribution boards shall be neatly arranged on the frame. The details <strong>of</strong> the frame work and the<br />

arrangement <strong>of</strong> switches shall be get approved by the Engineer-in-charge before the panel is<br />

fabricated.<br />

2.6.4 All cubicle type panels shall have rigid supporting frames adequately braced over which sheet metal<br />

shall be neatly secured. All switches distribution boards etc. shall be neatly arranged on the panels and<br />

all connections made from the back <strong>of</strong> the switches. The panels shall be rendered dust and vermin<br />

pro<strong>of</strong>. The interior <strong>of</strong> the panels shall not be accessible to unauthorized persons.<br />

2.6.5 The recess type shall be embedded wall in a cupboard with a metal hinged door with locking<br />

arrangement. In all recessed conduit work all distribution boards shall be recessed. Where recessing is<br />

not possible free standing panels may be provide as approved by the Engineer-in-charge.<br />

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2.7.1 All T.P. and N. Switch fuse units and distribution boards shall be rated for 500V and D.P. (required for<br />

single phase supply) and S.P. & N. switches and distribution boards for 250V. the HRC cartridge fuse<br />

shall conform to B.S. 88.1952. The distribution boards shall conform to B.S.:214 or the relevant I.S.<br />

2.7.2 The OCB’s shall be suitable for 400/440V 3phase 50cycles supply capable <strong>of</strong> interrupting a fault MVA<br />

<strong>of</strong> not less than 25. the circuit breaker shall conform to the B.S.S 936-1940 with such tripping<br />

arrangements as may be required under special specifications for the building efficient and fool pro<strong>of</strong><br />

mechanical interlocking shall be provided for the safe operation and maintenance. The rate shall be<br />

inclusive <strong>of</strong> the first filling oil.<br />

2.8 Meters:<br />

Meters shall be provided as required in the schedule. Meters shall be dead beat and flush type and be<br />

suitable for 400/440V 3pahse 4wire 50cycles (unbalanced load) supply.<br />

2.9 Testing:<br />

No earth shall be suited at less than 5’ from any part <strong>of</strong> a building. The earth resistance shall be as low<br />

as possible but not more than 0.5 Ohms.<br />

2.9.1 Before an installation or part there<strong>of</strong> is commissioned, insulation resistance should be measured in<br />

the manner prescribed under clause 503 (B) & (C) <strong>of</strong> the I.E.E. regulations.<br />

2.9.2 It is also necessary to conduct an insulation resistance test with lamps and apparatus disconnected<br />

to the neutral and those connected each other pole or phase in turn and the insulation resistance value<br />

should be less than one half the value specified in 2.9.1 above.<br />

2.9.3 The earth conductor including metal conduit cable armouring etc. should be tested for electrical<br />

continuity and the resistance <strong>of</strong> the earth continuity conductor should not exceed 1ohm.<br />

2.9.4 The polarity <strong>of</strong> all no linked single pole switches in two wire three wire or four wire installation shall be<br />

tested in accordance with the I.E.E rules to ensure that the switches are fixed to face conductor only.<br />

2.9.5 All cables shall be tacted after installation in the manner prescribed in IS code <strong>of</strong> practice.<br />

2.9.6 A test report shall be submitted at the time <strong>of</strong> handling over the installation furnishing to test results.<br />

2.9.7 Tenderer will arrange for electrical inspection <strong>of</strong> installations and approved by the Regional Electrical<br />

inspector C.W.P.C. the objections <strong>of</strong> the Electrical inspector should be complied with the contractor<br />

before the final bill is paid. The necessary inspection fee will be paid by ECIL.<br />


1. The entire installation work <strong>of</strong> power, lighting distribution, power distribution in explosive areas shall be<br />

in accordance with the following regulations:<br />

a) Regulations <strong>of</strong> Institute <strong>of</strong> Electrical Engineer, London latest edition for electrical installation <strong>of</strong><br />

equipment in buildings.<br />

b) IS-732-1963 code <strong>of</strong> practice for electrical wiring and fittings in buildings for low and medium<br />

voltages.<br />

c) IS-1946-1961.<br />

d) BS code <strong>of</strong> practice CP 1003 Part 1 1964.<br />

e) IS 2309-1963 lighting protection for buildings.<br />

f) Indian Electricity Rules.<br />

g) IS-1653-1963.<br />

h) IS-1944-1951.<br />

i) C.P. 1004 Part 1-1952 or Relevent I.S.<br />

2. All materials used in installation like switch fuse units, distribution fuse boards, busbars. PVC cables,<br />

power cables, conduits and accessories pull boxes, earthing materials, telephone cables, fixtures and<br />

other materials shall conform to relevant BS/IS specification regarding quality installation and<br />

workmanship. VIR cables will not be accepted for installation work.<br />

3. All heavy gauge conduits shall be <strong>of</strong> resistance welded type with different thickness for difference<br />

diameters as per IS/BS and should be supported on their horizontal or vertical runs at every 1meter<br />

either with hospital saddles or pursued steel saddles fixed to M.S. base plate with machine screws.<br />

The saddles shall be firmly fixed with suitable raw plugs and nettle fold screws. Horizontal or vertical<br />

run <strong>of</strong> conduit shall be provided with inspection coupler or pull boxes for every 70ft. <strong>of</strong> straight run<br />

conduits <strong>of</strong> less than ¾” dia willnot be accepted. Wherever conduits are embedded, they shall be<br />

provided proper earth continuity and shall have G.I pull wire during installation and before embedding<br />

to facilitate pulling wires in conduit M.S boxes if used shall not be made less than 16gauge sheet

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metal. All conduits shall be painted in a colour to be approved by the Engineer-in-charge after<br />

installation and before handing over. Wherever conduits installed are rusted they must be replaced if<br />

damaged due to rust or painted after removing rust. The installation <strong>of</strong> conduit shall be done in an<br />

approved manner as er drawing and also as per instructions <strong>of</strong> Engineer-in-charge during installation.<br />

4. Wherever conduits are terminated in switches, starters, DBs, busbar chambers, switch boxes pull boxes<br />

etc. they shall be rigidly fixed by heavy gauge look nuts and shall be provided with brass or bablite<br />

bushes. The edges <strong>of</strong> conduit after threading would be reamed pulling wires.<br />

5. The conduit installation for lighting conduit shall have continuous earth continuity which shall be testes<br />

by megger after installation. Wherever pull boxes are provided, the two ends <strong>of</strong> conduits shall be<br />

properly jumpered by No.10 or 12 gauge G.I wire with suitable clamps.<br />

6. All single pole toggle switches as well as plug receptacles <strong>of</strong> 5A or 15A 250V or 100V shall be sopher or<br />

khosla or other approved (approved by Engineer-incharge) make mounted in sheet metal box <strong>of</strong><br />

minimum 16gauge steel plate switches shall be mounted on M.S bracket welded in box. the front <strong>of</strong><br />

box shall have a laminated sheet cover <strong>of</strong> 1/8” thick with beveled edges. The cover should be screwed<br />

on to the box before energizing the wires. The switch knob shall have bake lite ring on front plate <strong>of</strong><br />

cover.<br />

7. All single phase plug receptacles shall have their earth terminal connected by separate<br />

insulated wire to body <strong>of</strong> sheet metal box and 3 phase plug receptacles shall have their earth terminal<br />

connected by independent earth wire ring main earth strips in the building, inside switch box ample<br />

space shall be available around switches for connecting wires to switches. In buildings wire explosion<br />

pro<strong>of</strong> fixtures are installed single phase plug receptacles as well as light points shall be connected to<br />

ring main ground bus installed in the building by separate earth wire <strong>of</strong> approved size.<br />

8. All lighting fixtures <strong>of</strong> whatever types stated in schedule shall be fixed firmly to ceiling either directly to<br />

slab by rigid split bolts <strong>of</strong> sieve 3” long and nut <strong>of</strong> ¼” or to the truss <strong>of</strong> the building by suitable M.S.<br />

brackets, bolts and nuts and down rods <strong>of</strong> minimum3/4” H.C conduit where fixtures have to be<br />

suspended from ceiling. The fixture must be hung with down rods screwed to dome covers <strong>of</strong> conduit<br />

box or by means <strong>of</strong> adjustable ball and socket type flanges as approved by the Engineer-in-charge as<br />

well as stated in drawing. For recess type fixtures steel brackets for 1” X 1/8” or ¼” (depending on type<br />

and weight <strong>of</strong> fixture) has to be fabricated to bolt fixtures sisidly to steel frame and this frame in turn to<br />

be bolted to the false ceiling frame members, unless specified otherwise in the schedule.<br />

Conduits:<br />

9.1 Except in such areas where specially mentioned, exposed conduit installation has to be executed.<br />

Maximum size <strong>of</strong> conduit allowed to be concealed in the slab 1” wherever bigger size <strong>of</strong> conduit is<br />

required a row <strong>of</strong> conduit may be used all terminating in the same box.<br />

9.2 For all installation <strong>of</strong> conduit exposed or embedded, continuity should be ensured for lighting circuits.<br />

For power conduits concealed in slab separate conduits to be laid exclusively for installing earth wire or<br />

strip from terminating points. For plug receptacles separate insulated earth wires should be run in the<br />

conduits.<br />

9.3 All civil works in connection with installation <strong>of</strong> conduits switch plug boxes, cables and its clamps etc,<br />

has to be executed by electrical contractor. The contractor should ensure that wherever wail, ro<strong>of</strong>,<br />

floor, cable trench are chipped for installation <strong>of</strong> electrical work, the surface is finished by civil<br />

contractors. Inside false ceiling he should ensure that frames for supporting recess fixtures are<br />

installed along with false ceiling supports being done by civil contractor, to avoid damage to false<br />

ceiling frame and finished asbestos/plaster <strong>of</strong> pairs sheet. Damage if any done to the above should be<br />

replaced by electrical contractor.<br />

9.4 Wherever conduits are installed to connect wires from non explosion to explosion pro<strong>of</strong> areas conduits<br />

shall be provided with ceiling conduit in non-explosion area and conduit shall be filled with noninflammable<br />

insulated compound after pulling wires in conduits and terminating them.<br />

10. Wherever conduits are installed from an air conditioned area to a non air conditioned area the conduits<br />

in non-air-conditioned shall be provided with pull boxes and they should be filled with non hygroscopic<br />

insulated compound after pulling wires and terminating them.<br />

11. All armoured PVC or PILCDSTA cables shall be rigidly supported on approved mild steel painted<br />

brackets and terminated with suitable size brass glands in case <strong>of</strong> PVC cables, and trifurcating boxes<br />

in case <strong>of</strong> PILCDSTA cables. The armour should be connected to ring main earth in build contractor.

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12. Iron clad switch fuse unit <strong>of</strong> 500 or 250 volts grade will comply with the specification II. Switches <strong>of</strong><br />

100A and above ratings shall be provided with HRC fuses.<br />

13. The distribution boards shall be rigid sheet metal construction with MEN,Kantark,or other approved<br />

quality (approved by Engineer-in-charge) fuse base, and fuses fixed properly on an insulated base and<br />

having ample size inside DB for neat connection to phase and neutral terminals, the bus bar chamber<br />

shall be <strong>of</strong> rigid sheet metal cover with bus bars <strong>of</strong> suitable size to carry full load rated current as per<br />

BS/IS for current carrying <strong>of</strong> bus bars.<br />

14. All switch board panels and D.Bs to be installed outdoor shall be suitable for outdoor installation with<br />

gaskets to prevent moisture and shall be suitable for installation in Hyderabad atmosphere. Properly<br />

painted with TA grey colour. The outdoor panel/DBs, should be provided with lock type doors.<br />

15. All switches, SP, TPN switch and switch box DBs, starters motors, panels, fixtures, instruments, plug<br />

boxes, earth terminal <strong>of</strong> plug receptacle cable boxes shall be connected by suitable size double G.I. or<br />

copper earth wire depending on current rating <strong>of</strong> equipment and as per BS/IS with suitable cable<br />

sockets at their ends to ring main earth.<br />

16. The air terminal <strong>of</strong> lighting protection <strong>of</strong> building shall be rigidly fixed in a manner acceptable to<br />

Engineer-in-charge and as per drawing.<br />

17. All down earth conductors from air terminals to earth electrodes shall be rigidly fixed supported 1M<br />

apart with suitable steel brackets and connected by that link 18inches above ground between earth<br />

conductor from air terminal.<br />

18. All street light lamp posts brackets, fixtures, chokes and control switch box should be earthed with<br />

suitable size G.I wire one for armour <strong>of</strong> cable and other wire to g.I pipe buried near the pole with<br />

suitable sockets.<br />

19. After installation all equipments and installation work shall be tested as per IS/BS/IEE regulations and<br />

test certificate shall be submitted before handling over installation work. All necessary instruments for<br />

testing <strong>of</strong> installation as per regulation shall be provided by contractor doing installation work. Test<br />

shall be carried out in the presence <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in-charge and his approval obtained for test<br />

results.<br />

20. Location <strong>of</strong> plugs and other equipments shown in the drawings are only approximate. Exact locations<br />

will have to be finalized at the time <strong>of</strong> execution in consultation with Engineer-in-charge.<br />

21. Power cables non-exposed or buried in the floor (inside the building) should be protected mechanically<br />

in a manner approved by the Engineer-in-charge.<br />

22. Lighting and plugs circuits should not be taken from the same fuse carrier <strong>of</strong> ICBH, they should be<br />

connected to separate fuse carrier.<br />

23. All individual conduits at their terminal ends in switches, starters, pull boxes, switch boxes must be<br />

provided with threaded toughened PVC busher or approved make.<br />

24. Connection box on street lighting pole: The connection box to be fabricated out 10gauge sheet steel<br />

with perfect edges add front to have flush hinged door with locking arrangements for door. Inside box<br />

to be mounted double pole disconnecting rewireble proclaim fuse outlets (for phase and neutral) choke<br />

condenser on each fixture and to be earthed.<br />

25. Installation <strong>of</strong> all conduit saddles, M.S boxes, fixtures, frame work <strong>of</strong> telephone etc. on wall to be done<br />

with No. 8 nettle fold screw 2” long and switches, D.B panels, cable clamps, fixtures, lighting conductor<br />

supports, starters, etc. shall be fixed on wall or truss with MS bolts and nuts <strong>of</strong> suitable size (as<br />

approved) embedded wall (bolts silt inside wall) with thread and nut to fix equipments on outer wall.<br />

A fort night after installation work is completed as approved by Engineer-in-charge, contractor must<br />

furnish a tracing <strong>of</strong> detailed wiring and installation drawing executed by him along with certificates as<br />

per I.E.E/I.S. for all buildings.<br />

26. Installation Details for all free standing Panels:<br />

The frame work for the switch board panel should have straight vertical and horizontal supports welded<br />

together fabricated from 2” X 2” ¼ M.S angles. At least 3Nos. <strong>of</strong> vertical and 2Nos. <strong>of</strong> horizontal<br />

supports should be used. The tracings to be used in frame for installation <strong>of</strong> equipments like switches,<br />

starters ICDBS etc. should be fabricated from either M.S. flats <strong>of</strong> at least 1 ½” X 1 ¼” size or 1 ½” X 1<br />

½” X 1 ¼” M.S. angles. The bracings should be welded with the frames. The equipments to be<br />

mounted should be at a suitable operating height, which should be fixed by either 1 ½” x 1 ½” along<br />

3/8” X 1 ½” MS nuts and bolts as required and washers greased properly prior to fixing. The frame

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work should be rigidly fixed to the floor and to the wall both sides by grouting a part <strong>of</strong> frame work to<br />

the floor and to the wall both. The back side <strong>of</strong> the panel should not be more than 9” from the wall. All<br />

groutings should be nicely finished after grouting. Before installation, the frame work should be painted<br />

preferably with red-lead, paint <strong>of</strong> any others approved anticorrosive paint. All nuts and bolts should be<br />

tightened properly after installation.<br />

The panel must have provision for future mounting <strong>of</strong> equipment. The bottom <strong>of</strong> switch and starter unit<br />

should be at least 2” above ground line and panel height should not exceed 7”-0”. All switches and<br />

D.Bs starters should be fixed symmetrically on angles. After installation whole panel with mountings<br />

should be finally spray painted with two coats <strong>of</strong> grey colour. The inter connection between switches<br />

and starters etc. should be neatly done by conduit.<br />

27. Installation details for wall mounting type Panels:<br />

The metal clad TP & N switch fuse unit, starters etc. should be mounted vertically on M.S. brackets <strong>of</strong><br />

suitable size depending on the size <strong>of</strong> the switch, starter etc. the bracket should be fabricated from 1<br />

¼” X 3/16” thick M.S flats or 1” X 1” X 3/16” M.S. angle. The switch should be fixed to the bracket by<br />

fixing 3/8” X 1 ½” along M.S nuts and bolts and washers greased properly prior to fixing. The bottom <strong>of</strong><br />

the switch or starter should be at a height as approved by Engineer-in-charge but not exceeding 4’-6’<br />

from the floor. The M.S bolts should be rigidly fixed to the wall by grouting 3/8” X 2 ½” long split M.S.<br />

bolts and nuts with at least 1 ½” inside brick wall or any other approved manner depending on the<br />

surface. Panels to be fixed on steel columns will be secured by welding MS bolts on columns. No<br />

taping will be on steel columns or other steel members. Before fixing, the M.S. bracket should be<br />

painted with red-lead paint or any other approved anti-corrosive paint. After grouting the surface should<br />

be finished nicely. After installation <strong>of</strong> the switch or starter, all nuts and bolts should be thoroughly<br />

greased and tightened properly.<br />

28. All outdoor panels must be provided with sheet metal kiosk cover with lockable door from <strong>of</strong> panel <strong>of</strong><br />

feeder pillar type.<br />


1. Specification for installation: the pipe earth shall be provided as per drawing given in Appendix E <strong>of</strong><br />

I.S.S. 732 outside the building at least 10ft. away from the building, at a depth necessary to reach<br />

moist earth surface.<br />

The electrode shall be made <strong>of</strong> pipe having a clean surface not covered by paint enamel or other<br />

poorly conducting materials, and <strong>of</strong> internal diameter not less than 38mm and if made <strong>of</strong> iron or steel,<br />

shall have outer surface galvanized. Electrodes shall, as far as practicable be embedded below<br />

permanent moisture level.<br />

Except where rock is encountered, the upper end <strong>of</strong> the electrode shall be driven into a minimum depth<br />

<strong>of</strong> 1.25meters, below the surface <strong>of</strong> the soil regard less <strong>of</strong> size or number<br />

<strong>of</strong> electrodes used there rock in encountered at a depth <strong>of</strong> less than 1.25meters, the electrodes may be<br />

buried in horizontal trench, and if pipes or rods are used, they shall be not less than 2.5mt in length.<br />

After installation the earthing resistance <strong>of</strong> each earth electrode should be measured by earth<br />

resistance meter in the presence <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in-charge three days after the completion <strong>of</strong> earthing<br />

work, and the value should not be more than ONE OHM. The entire earthing installation shall be done<br />

as per ISI regulations and also as per IEE regulations.<br />

2. Installation <strong>of</strong> hot dip gily galvanized Iron Strip from each earthing electrode to the main Ring<br />

Main Earthings: The galvanized strip shall be connected to earthing electrode and main earthing by<br />

galvanized bolt and nuts and washers, as well as either brazing or welding surfaces along side <strong>of</strong> the<br />

strip as approved by the Engineer-in-charge. The portion <strong>of</strong> the strip outside the building should be laid<br />

1M below the finished ground level and shall be preferably a hot biuman coating and if necessary<br />

covered with jute bituminized tape. The portion inside the building should be properly supported on<br />

suitable clamps as approved by the Executive engineer.<br />

3. Installation <strong>of</strong> G.I strip in the form <strong>of</strong> a ‘Ring Main Earth’ should be suitably supported on M.S clamps<br />

(as approved by the Executive Engineer). The joints <strong>of</strong> strips should be either welded (welded portion<br />

given about <strong>of</strong> cold galvanizing point or other protection) or secured by fish plates on either side so as<br />

to ensure adequate contact. All joints in GI wires should be braced or soldered. For indoor grouting the<br />

steel strips and wires shall be laid on walls columns and cable support brackets or long conduit pipe<br />

works. When run on walls they shall be laid at height <strong>of</strong> 400mm above floor level shall preferably be

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lais at a distance <strong>of</strong> 10mm from wall being supported on suitable M.S. clamps fixed 1meter apart, the<br />

clamps to be approved by the Engineer-in-charge.<br />

The M.S clamps should be grouted inside trench wall, with all masonry materials like cement motor etc.<br />

and the surface should be finally finished.<br />

4. EQUIPMENT EARTHING: Earthing <strong>of</strong> cable boxes shall be carried out as under:<br />

Rating <strong>of</strong> 400V 3Ph. 50C/S equipment in KVA<br />

Size <strong>of</strong> earthing conductor<br />

Up to 5KVA<br />

8 S.W.G.<br />

6 to 15 8 S.W.G.<br />

16 to 50 1” X 1/16”<br />

51 to 75 1” X 1/16”<br />

76 to 100 1” X 1/8”<br />

101 to 125 1” X ¼”<br />

126 to 150 1” X ¼”<br />

151 to 200 1 ½” X ¼”<br />

201 and above 2” X ¼”<br />

NOTE: Earth connections for all H.T motors and switch gear shall not be less than 2” X ¼” G.I strip.<br />

5. The entire earthing must be done as per relevant IEE, ISI regulations and in manner approved by the<br />

Executive Engineer.<br />

6. Electrical Inspector’s acceptance certificate for earthing shall have to be procured by the contractor.



1 56 Earthwork excavation for foundation <strong>of</strong> walls in CuM<br />

CuM correct dimensions <strong>of</strong> foundation concrete in all<br />

types <strong>of</strong> soils i.e., s<strong>of</strong>t, hard, very hard, rocky and<br />

earth mixed with boulders upto 460mm dia<br />

including slushy soil but excluding blasting rock or<br />

cutting rock for a depth upto 1.0Mtr. and spreading<br />

the excavated soil in plinth or outside as directed<br />

in layers <strong>of</strong> 200mm to 230mm each within initial<br />

lead upto 50Mtrs. etc., complete and as directed<br />

by Engineer Incharge.<br />

2 7 Cement Concrete 1:4:8 prop., using 40mm gauge CuM<br />

CuM down graded hard granite metal as coarse<br />

aggregate and river sand as fine aggregate in<br />

foundation at all depths including shuttering (if<br />

required) consolidation and curing etc., complete<br />

and as directed by Engineer Incharge.<br />

3 40.5 CRS masonry in CM 1:8 prop., for foundation and CuM<br />

CuM basement including finishing the joints smooth with<br />

same mortar as work proceeds, watering pr<strong>of</strong>usely<br />

etc., complete and as directed by Engineer<br />

Incharge.<br />

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Cement concrete 1:1 1/2 :3 prop., for RCC items<br />

using 20mm gauge down graded hard granite<br />

machine crushed metal including shuttering,<br />

placing in position, machine mixing, vibrating,<br />

finishing & curing etc., complete as per<br />

specifications but excluding cost <strong>of</strong> steel<br />

reinforcement & its fabrication etc., complete and<br />

as directed by Engineer Incharge.<br />

a 8 For Footings CuM<br />

CuM<br />

b 5.5 For Columns CuM<br />

CuM<br />

c 3.5 For Plinth Beams CuM<br />

CuM<br />

d 3.5 Beams at 3Mtrs. Level CuM<br />

CuM<br />

e 0.5 For Sunshades CuM<br />

CuM<br />

5 2.1 Providing, cutting, bending, placing and binding in MT<br />

MT position MS/Tor steel reinforcement <strong>of</strong> VSP/TMT<br />

confirming to IS-1786-1979 as per specifications<br />

incl. cost <strong>of</strong> wastage and binding wire <strong>of</strong> 20 gauge<br />

for all alltypes types <strong>of</strong> RCC <strong>of</strong> RCC works works at all at levels all etc., levels etc.,<br />

complete and as directed by Engineer Incharge.<br />

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6 147 Providing and laying dry rubble soling with rubble CuM<br />

CuM <strong>of</strong> good quality laid to a thickness <strong>of</strong> 230mm as<br />

per specification including filling the interstices<br />

with murrum consolidation, watering etc., complete<br />

and as directed by Engineer Incharge.<br />

7 48 Brick Masonry in CM 1:6 prop., for superstructure CuM<br />

CuM using approved quality bricks as per specifications<br />

for walls <strong>of</strong> thickness 230mm or more including<br />

watering, scaffolding (if required) racking out the<br />

joints etc., complete and as directed by Engineer<br />

Incharge.<br />

8 4 Supplying, Fabrication & fixing medium quality MS Each<br />

Nos pipe trusses <strong>of</strong> 10.5Mtr long as per drawings<br />

including the cost <strong>of</strong> gas cutting and welding rods.<br />

Trusses fixing in RCC columns with base plates<br />

and nut bolts including painting with two coats <strong>of</strong><br />

enamel paint <strong>of</strong> Apcolite 1st quality approved<br />

colour over one coat <strong>of</strong> red oxide primer etc.,<br />

complete and as directed by Engineer Incharge.<br />

(No extra payment towards anchor plates, base<br />

plates and top plates. Materials to be used as per<br />

ISI standards).<br />

9 217 Supplying and fixing MS pipes <strong>of</strong> medium quality RM<br />

RM for shed including fabrication to the required sizes<br />

with MS pipes as per drawing for the shed and<br />

painting with two coats <strong>of</strong> synthetic enamel paint<br />

<strong>of</strong> Apcolite first quality approved colour over one<br />

coat <strong>of</strong> primer including all materials and labour<br />

etc., complete and as directed by Engineer<br />

Incharge. (IS Code-1161-1979)<br />

10 196 Supplying and fixing <strong>of</strong> GI sheet ro<strong>of</strong> including SqM<br />

SqM ridge sheets with 26 gauge GI corrugated sheet <strong>of</strong><br />

Jindal or its equivalent make including fixing wih J-<br />

Bolts, Bitumenous washers etc., including cost<br />

and conveyance <strong>of</strong> all labour and material etc.,<br />

complete and as directed by Engineer Incharge.<br />

11 460 Providing 18mm thick cement plastering 1st coat SqM<br />

SqM in CM 1:4 prop., 14mm thick and 2nd coat in CM<br />

1:3 prop., 4mm thick dubara sponge finishing for<br />

walls including watering, scaffolding smooth<br />

finishing and making grooves both horizontally,<br />

vertically and filling with CM at junction <strong>of</strong> walls<br />

and columns etc., complete and as directed by<br />

Engineer Incharge.<br />

12 460 White washing with Suryacem <strong>of</strong> three coats to SqM<br />

SqM the existing walls and ceiling after scraping the<br />

existing surface perfectly clean and neat, finishing<br />

neatly and carefully at all heights and levels<br />

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including scaffolding, incidental charges, curing<br />

etc., complete and as directed by Engineer<br />

Incharge.<br />

13 11.52 Providing and fixing in position MS windows made SqM<br />

SqM with standard 'Z' section including 10mm M.S<br />

square rods at an interval <strong>of</strong> 100mm c/c for safety<br />

including panel filling with weldmesh 12 gauge<br />

including fixing MS tower bolts, handles, pegstays<br />

and painting with one coat <strong>of</strong> anticorrosive red<br />

oxide paint as primer and two coats <strong>of</strong> synthetic<br />

enamel paint <strong>of</strong> apcolite 1st quality approved<br />

colour and shade etc., complete and as directed<br />

by Engineer Incharge.<br />

14 16.5 Supplying and fixing in position rolling shutter <strong>of</strong> SqM<br />

SqM approved quality and design with guaranteed 20<br />

gauge black 75mm interlocking steel slates for<br />

deep convex corrugations with one piece shafts<br />

including pressed steel bottom rail, brackets,<br />

suspension shafts, top rolling spring including ball<br />

bearing arrangement on both inside and outside<br />

including other necessary fixtures and providing<br />

and fixing top cover <strong>of</strong> 18 gauge sheet <strong>of</strong> shape<br />

and size including painting with one coat <strong>of</strong> primer<br />

and two coats <strong>of</strong> synthetic enamel paint <strong>of</strong> Apcolite<br />

first quality approved colour including clamps,<br />

holdfasts, grouting <strong>of</strong> corners with cement mortar<br />

etc., complete and as directed by Engineer<br />

Incharge.<br />

15 171 Providing IPS flooring with CC 1:2:4 prop., 40mm SqM<br />

SqM thick using 20mm gauge down graded hard<br />

granite machine crushed metal over a bed <strong>of</strong> CC<br />

1:5:10 prop., 100mm thick using 40mm gauge<br />

down graded hard granite metal including smooth<br />

finishing, curing etc., complete and as directed by<br />

Engineer Incharge.<br />

16 47 Cement concrete 1:2:4 prop., using 40mm gauge CuM<br />

CuM down graded hard granite metal as coarse<br />

aggregate and river sand as fine aggregate for<br />

road formation including consolidation and curing<br />

etc., complete and as directed by Engineer<br />

Incharge.<br />

17 100 Earth filling in plinth & foundation, selected earth CuM<br />

CuM including watering, ramming and consolidation<br />

200mm to 230mm thick layers etc., complete and<br />

as directed by Engineer Incharge. (Brought from<br />

outside with lead upto 2.0KM from ECIL premises<br />

i.e., near CISF DIG <strong>of</strong>fice backside).<br />

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18 6 Providing and laying <strong>of</strong> 300mm dia RCC Hume RM<br />

RM pipe class NP2 <strong>of</strong> ISI including cost <strong>of</strong> required<br />

coller including necessary earthwork excavation<br />

upto 1.50Mtr depth to required slope and gradient<br />

and joints to be done with jute gaskets,<br />

bitumenous compound finished with CM 1:1 prop.,<br />

and refilling the excavated earth after layers by<br />

layers, watering, compaction etc., complete and as<br />

directed by Engineer Incharge.<br />

Total …….Rs.<br />

HEAD ESD<br />

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1<br />

S C H E D U L E - A<br />

White washing with SuryaCem to the existing<br />

walls and ceiling after scraping the existing<br />

surface perfectly clean and neat, finishing neatly<br />

and carefully at all heights and levels including<br />

scaffolding, incidental charges, curing etc.,<br />

complete and as directed by Engineer Incharge.<br />

a 15000 Single coat SqM<br />

SqM<br />

b 7500 Two coats SqM<br />

SqM<br />

2 100 Providing 18mm thick cement plastering 1st coat SqM<br />

SqM in CM 1:4 prop., 14mm thick and 2nd coat in CM<br />

1:3 prop., 4mm thick dubara sponge finishing for<br />

walls including watering, scaffolding, smooth<br />

finishing and making grooves both horizontally,<br />

vertically and filling with CM at junction <strong>of</strong> walls &<br />

columns etc., complete and as directed by<br />

Engineer Incharge.<br />

3 50 Labour charges for filling the holes with brick Each<br />

Nos masonry and also providing cement plaster for the<br />

same at all heights including erection <strong>of</strong><br />

scaffolding, curing etc., complete for the holes <strong>of</strong><br />

size 400x400mm and thickness <strong>of</strong> 230mm or more<br />

etc., complete and as directed by Engineer<br />

Incharge. (All necessary materials will be supplied<br />

by department free <strong>of</strong> cost)<br />

4 20000 Painting two coats with ready mixed synthetic SqM<br />

SqM enamel paint <strong>of</strong> Apcolite 1st quality, approved<br />

colour after scraping the existing surface perfectly<br />

clean and neat and making the surface even &<br />

smooth by applying putty or lappam wherever<br />

necessary including cost and conveyance <strong>of</strong><br />

paints, brushes, putty and all other operational and<br />

incidental charges etc., complete and as directed<br />

by Engineer Incharge.<br />

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5 48000 Painting with ACE <strong>of</strong> ISI standards approved SqM<br />

SqM quality colour and make two coats over one coat<br />

<strong>of</strong> primer to the outside walls after scraping the<br />

existing surface perfectly clean and neat with wire<br />

brush/sand paper and cleaning with water<br />

including filling the cracks with approved filler or<br />

lappam wherever necessary to make the surface<br />

even and smooth including cost and conveyance<br />

<strong>of</strong> paints, brushes and all other operational and<br />

incidental charges etc., complete and as directed<br />

by Engineer Incharge.<br />

Note:- The contractor shall supply the requirement <strong>of</strong><br />

following paints as per CPWD:<br />

1 For Sl.No.1, Suryacem-one coat..10Kg/100SqM<br />

& Two coats…. 20Kg/100SqM<br />

2 For Sl.No.4, Enamel paint -Two coats..1.0Lit/10SqM<br />

3 For Sl.No.5, ACE outside walls…<br />

Two coats…2 Lit / 10SqM<br />

Primer……..1 Lit / 10SqM<br />

Total …….Rs.<br />

HEAD ESD<br />

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1 12 Maintenance and Operation <strong>of</strong> water supply Per<br />

Months functions by engaging 2 semi skilled workers in Month<br />

each shift, three shifts and one plumber/fitter (ITI<br />

holder) in General shift to monitor and maintain<br />

regular water supply to various Production<br />

Divisions, Admn. Bldg., and Guest House etc.,.<br />

Their duties are inclusive <strong>of</strong> maintaining water<br />

level in overhead water reserviour, operation <strong>of</strong><br />

Borewells in and outside the factory premises in<br />

THREE shifts and Seven days a week etc.,<br />

complete and as directed by Engineer Incharge.<br />

The contractor / Agency shall responsible for<br />

proper handling <strong>of</strong> pipe line and valves etc., any<br />

damage to pipeline or valves due to mishandling<br />

the same shall to be rectified / repaired / replaced<br />

at the risk <strong>of</strong> contractor / Agency.<br />

Note:- The Contractor shall engage a team <strong>of</strong><br />

workers to ensure regular and uninterrupted water<br />

supply. The agency shall obtain security entry<br />

permit on monthly basis for the workers to be<br />

engaged by producing their identity and address<br />

pro<strong>of</strong> and if required police verification.<br />

TOTAL….. Rs.<br />

HEAD ESD<br />

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S C H E D U L E - A<br />

Earthwork excavation for foundation <strong>of</strong> Walls in<br />

correct dimensions <strong>of</strong> foundation concrete in all<br />

types <strong>of</strong> soils i.e. s<strong>of</strong>t, hard, very hard, rocky and<br />

earth mixed boulders upto 460mm dia including<br />

slushy soil but excluding blasting rock or cutting<br />

rock including spreading the excavated soil in<br />

plinth or outside as directed in layers <strong>of</strong> 200mm to<br />

230mm each within initial lead upto 50mtrs etc.,<br />

complete and as directed by Engineer Incharge.<br />

a. 27 Upto 1.0Mtr. depth<br />

CuM<br />

CuM<br />

b. 19 Above 1.0Mtr. And upto 2.0Mtrs. depth<br />

CuM<br />

CuM<br />

2 3.1 Cement concrete 1:5:10 Prop using 40mm gauge CuM<br />

CuM down graded hard granite metal as coarse<br />

aggregate and river sand as fine aggragate in<br />

foundation at all depths shuttering(if required)<br />

consolidation and curing etc., complete and as<br />

directed by Engineer Incharge. (The required<br />

construction materials must be brought from 50<br />

KM away from Hyderabad.)<br />

3 9.5 CRS masonry in CM 1:8 prop., for foundation and CuM<br />

CuM basement including finishing the joints smooth with<br />

same mortar as work proceeds, watering pr<strong>of</strong>usely<br />

etc., complete and as directed by Engineer<br />

Incharge.(The required construction materials<br />

must be brought from 50 KM away from<br />

Hyderabad.)<br />

4 22 Cement concrete 1:1 1/2 :3 prop., for RCC items CuM<br />

CuM using 20mm gauge down graded hard granite<br />

machine crushed metal including shuttering,<br />

placing in position, machine mixing, vibrating,<br />

finishing & curing etc., complete as per<br />

specifications but excluding cost <strong>of</strong> steel<br />

reinforcement & its fabrication etc., complete and<br />

as directed by Engineer Incharge.(The required<br />

construction materials must be brought from 50<br />

KM away from Hyderabad.)<br />

5 14 Dismantling the existing brick wall and disposing CuM<br />

CuM the debris with in a lead <strong>of</strong> 1KM away from the<br />

building etc., complete and as directed by<br />

Engineer Incharge.<br />

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6 35 Brick Masonry in CM 1:6 prop., for superstructure CuM<br />

CuM using approved quality bricks as per specifications<br />

for walls <strong>of</strong> thickness 230mm or more including<br />

watering, scaffolding, racking out the joints etc.,<br />

complete and as directed by Engineer<br />

Incharge.(The required construction materials<br />

must be brought from 50 KM away from<br />

Hyderabad.)<br />

7 212 Providing 18mm thick cement plastering 1st coat SqM<br />

SqM in CM 1:4 prop., 14mm thick and 2nd coat in CM<br />

1:3 prop., 4mm thick dubara sponge finishing for<br />

walls including watering, scaffolding smooth<br />

finishing and making grooves both horizontally,<br />

vertically and filling with CM at junction <strong>of</strong> walls<br />

and columns etc., complete and as directed by<br />

Engineer Incharge.(The required construction<br />

materials must be brought from 50 KM away from<br />

Hyderabad.)<br />

8 45.6 Providing cement plastering over the ro<strong>of</strong> in CM SqM<br />

SqM 1:4 prop.,( including mixing with water pro<strong>of</strong>ing<br />

compound) <strong>of</strong> thickness variable as per slopes 20<br />

mm average as per specifications including<br />

smooth finishing on top <strong>of</strong> the surface etc.,<br />

complete and as directed by Engineer<br />

Incharge.(The required construction materials<br />

must be brought from 50 KM away from<br />

Hyderabad.)<br />

9 3.9 Brick masonry in CM 1:4 prop., for 115 mm thick SqM<br />

SqM walls including placing one 6 mm dia MS rod at an<br />

interval <strong>of</strong> 300 mm including embedding the same<br />

in mortar, scaffolding, watering etc., complete and<br />

as directed by Engineer Incharge.(As per users<br />

requirement the construction materials brought<br />

from 50 KM away from Hyderabad.)<br />

10 4.1 Fabrication, supply and fixing <strong>of</strong> M.S.sliding door SqM<br />

SqM with 45x45x6 mm thick MS angles/Tees and panel<br />

filling with 18 gauge MS sheet duly providing<br />

neccesary materials and also including cutting,<br />

drilling, welding and fixing in position and all<br />

fixtures and fittings like hinges, aldrops, tower<br />

bolts etc., at top and bottom necessary<br />

angles/channels fixing with wheels including<br />

painting with one coat <strong>of</strong> anticorrosive redoxide<br />

paint as primer and two coats <strong>of</strong> synthetic enamel<br />

paint <strong>of</strong> approved equivalent 1st quality colour and<br />

make etc., complete and as dirercted by Engineer<br />

Incharge.<br />

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11 6 Labour charges for removing AC sheets carefully SqM<br />

SqM without damaging and the same handing over to<br />

ESD stores etc., Complete and as directed by<br />

Engineer Incharge.<br />

12 169 Painting with OBD <strong>of</strong> ISI standard approved SqM<br />

SqM quality colour and make two coats over one coat<br />

<strong>of</strong> primer after scraping the existing surface<br />

perfectly clean and neat and making the surface<br />

even and smooth by applying putty and all other<br />

operational and incidental charges etc., complete<br />

and as directed by Engineer Incharge.<br />

13 102 Painting with ACE <strong>of</strong> ISI standards approved SqM<br />

SqM quality colour and make two coats over one coat<br />

<strong>of</strong> primer to the outside walls after scraping the<br />

existing surface perfectly clean and neat including<br />

filling the cracks with approved filler or lappam<br />

wherever necessary to make the surface even and<br />

smooth including cost and conveyance <strong>of</strong> paints,<br />

brushes and incidental & operational charges etc.,<br />

Complete and as directed by Engineer Incharge.<br />

14 34 Supply and fixing Vitrified tiles <strong>of</strong> 10 mm thick 600 SqM<br />

SqM x 600 mm size <strong>of</strong> approved 1st quality, colour and<br />

make <strong>of</strong> Johnson or Kazaria as per the<br />

specifications laid Latecrate chemical bedding<br />

after each tile is plastered on back side with<br />

chemical including filling <strong>of</strong> joints with<br />

white/coloured cement as tiles and cleaning with<br />

saw dust as directed and final cleaning with dilute<br />

sulphuric acid etc., complete and as directed by<br />

Engineer Incharge.<br />

15 7.5 Cement concrete 1:2:4 Prop using 20mm gauge CuM<br />

CuM down graded hard granite machine crushed metal<br />

as coarse aggregate and river sand as fine<br />

aggregate for flooring including consolidation and<br />

curing etc., complete and as directed by Engineer<br />

Incharge.(The required construction materials<br />

must be brought from atleast 50 KM away from<br />

Hyderabad.)<br />

16 2.2 Labour charges for removing MS windows SqM<br />

SqM carefully without damaging and the same handing<br />

over to ESD stores etc., Complete and as directed<br />

by Engineer Incharge.<br />

17 3.6 Providing, cutting, bending, placing and binding in MT<br />

MT position TMT steel reinforcement <strong>of</strong> VSP/TMT<br />

confirming to IS 1786-1979 as per specification<br />

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including cost <strong>of</strong> wastage and binding wire <strong>of</strong> 20<br />

gauge for all types <strong>of</strong> reinforced CC works at all<br />

levels etc., complete and as directed by Engineer<br />

Incharge.<br />

18 2.25 Fabrication, supply and fixing <strong>of</strong> M.S.door with SqM<br />

SqM alround door frame made with 50x50x6 mm MS<br />

angle and shutter with 40x40x6 mm MS angle,<br />

panel filling with 10 mm thick MS plate duly<br />

providing neccesary materials including cutting,<br />

drilling, welding and fixing in position and all<br />

fixtures and fittings like hinges, screws, aldrops,<br />

tower bolts, handles including painting with one<br />

coat <strong>of</strong> anticorrosive red oxide paint as primer and<br />

two coats <strong>of</strong> Synthetic enamel paint <strong>of</strong> Apcolite 1st<br />

quality approved colour and shade etc., complete<br />

and as directed by Engineer Incharge.<br />

19 2.25 Providing and fixing teakwood door frame made SqM<br />

SqM with 100x65 mm and 32 mm thick flush door<br />

shutter water pro<strong>of</strong>ing with necessary fittings like<br />

powder coated aluminium aldrop, tower bolts, MS<br />

hinges including with lappam painting with two<br />

coats <strong>of</strong> synthetick enamel paint <strong>of</strong> Apcolite first<br />

quality approved colour over one coat <strong>of</strong> wood<br />

primer etc., complete and as directed by Engineer<br />

Incharge.<br />

20 2.0 Dismantling the existing C.C flooring in correct CuM<br />

CuM dimensions and disposing the debris away from<br />

the building within initial lead upto 1.0Km and<br />

levelling at the place <strong>of</strong> disposal etc., complete<br />

and as directed by Engineer Incharge<br />

21 75 Painting two coats with ready mixed synthetic SqM<br />

SqM enamel paint <strong>of</strong> Apcolite 1st quality, approved<br />

colour over one coat <strong>of</strong> primer after scraping the<br />

existing surface even & smooth by applying putty<br />

or lappam wherever necessary including cost and<br />

conveyance <strong>of</strong> paints, brushes, putty and all other<br />

operational and incidental charges etc., complete<br />

and as directed by Engineer Incharge.<br />

Total …….Rs.<br />

HEAD ESD<br />

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1 90.00 Labour charges for removing MS windows SqM<br />

SqM carefully without damaging and finishing the sides<br />

with cement mortar 1:4 prop., including cost <strong>of</strong> gas<br />

cutting, welding rods etc., and handing over the<br />

removed windows at ESD stores etc., complete<br />

and as directed by Engineer Incharge.<br />

2 25.00 Labour charges for removing MS ventilators SqM<br />

SqM carefully without damaging and finishing the sides<br />

with cement mortar 1:4 prop., including cost <strong>of</strong> gas<br />

cutting, welding rods etc., and handing over the<br />

removed ventilators at ESD stores etc., complete<br />

and as directed by Engineer Incharge.<br />

3 36.00 Labour charges for removing MS Doors carefully SqM<br />

SqM without damaging and finishing the sides with<br />

cement mortar 1:4 prop., including cost <strong>of</strong> gas<br />

cutting, welding rods etc., and handing over the<br />

removed doors at ESD stores etc., complete and<br />

as directed by Engineer Incharge.<br />

4 14.00 Dismantling the existing RCC shelves carefully Nos.<br />

Nos. and disposing the debris with in a lead <strong>of</strong> 1.0 KM<br />

away from the building etc., complete and as<br />

directed by Engineer Incharge.<br />

5 32.37 Dismantling the existing brick wall and disposing CuM<br />

CuM the debris with in a lead <strong>of</strong> 1KM away from the<br />

building etc., complete and as directed by<br />

Engineer Incharge.<br />

6 32.22 Brick Masonry in CM 1:6 prop.for superstructure CuM<br />

CuM using approved quality bricks as per specifications<br />

for walls <strong>of</strong> thickness 230mm or more including<br />

watering, scaffolding, racking out joints etc.,<br />

complete and as directed by Engineer Incharge.<br />

7 72.00 Brick masonry in CM 1:4 prop., for 115 mm thick SqM<br />

SqM walls including placing one 6 mm dia MS rod at an<br />

interval <strong>of</strong> 300 mm including embedding the same<br />

mortar, scaffolding, watering etc., complete and as<br />

directed by Engineer Incharge.<br />

8 331.50 Providing 18mm thick cement plastering 1st coat SqM<br />

SqM in CM 1:4prop. 14mm thick and 2nd coat in CM<br />

1:3 prop., 4mm thick dubara sponge finishing for<br />

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walls including watering, scaffolding, smooth<br />

finishing and making grooves both horizontally,<br />

vertically & filling with CM at junction <strong>of</strong> walls &<br />

columns etc., complete and as directed by<br />

Engineer Incharge.<br />

9 1,660.00 Painting with Asian paints ROYALE emulsion <strong>of</strong> SqM<br />

SqM ISI standards approved quality and colour two<br />

coats over one coat <strong>of</strong> primer to the inside walls<br />

after scraping the existing surface perfectly clean<br />

and neat including filling the cracks with crack<br />

filling material one coat oil based decoprime, two<br />

or more coats <strong>of</strong> NCL Altek lappam to set over<br />

surface, scraping with emry paper, one coat <strong>of</strong><br />

primer (Oil based) two coats Royale emulsion<br />

painting, including cost and conveyance <strong>of</strong> paints,<br />

brushes, incidental and operational charges etc.,<br />

complete and as directed by Engineer Incharge..<br />

10 303.00 Supply and fixing <strong>of</strong> Heritage surface texture SqM<br />

SqM "ROTO" finish consisting <strong>of</strong> 2 packs <strong>of</strong> 25 kg dry<br />

material and 5kg <strong>of</strong> bonding agent consisting <strong>of</strong><br />

inorganic natural pigments and fillers with coating<br />

thickness <strong>of</strong> 1.75mm to 2.25mm including painting<br />

with approved make and quality after Scraping the<br />

existing enamel painting with grinding machine<br />

and applying base coat as directed by Engineer<br />

incharge.<br />

11 137.50 Providing and fixing glazed tiles <strong>of</strong> 7.30 mm thick SqM<br />

SqM Regency 300x450 mm <strong>of</strong> approved quality for<br />

dadoing as directed at site laid over 13 mm thick<br />

cement plastering in CM 1:3 prop., after each tile<br />

is plastered on back side with neat cement<br />

including filling <strong>of</strong> all joints with white cement<br />

grouting and cleaning with sawdust and as<br />

directed and final cleaning with dilute sulphuric<br />

acid, Complete and as directed. (For dadoing)<br />

12 1060.00 Painting with ACE <strong>of</strong> ISI standards approved SqM<br />

SqM quality colour and make two or more coats over<br />

one coat <strong>of</strong> primer to the outside walls after<br />

scraping the existing surface perfectly clean and<br />

neat including filling the cracks with approved filler<br />

or lappam wherever necessary to make the<br />

surface even and smooth including cost and<br />

conveyance <strong>of</strong> paints, brushes and incidental &<br />

operational charges etc., complete and as<br />

directed.<br />

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13 1.05 Providing cutting, bending, placing and binding in MT<br />

MT position MS/Tor steel reinforcement <strong>of</strong> VSP/TMT<br />

confirming to IS 1786-1979 as per specification<br />

including cost <strong>of</strong> wastage and binding wire <strong>of</strong> 20<br />

gauge for all types <strong>of</strong> reinforced CC works at all<br />

levels etc., complete and as directed by Engineer<br />

Incharge.<br />

14 8.71 Cement concrete 1:11/2:3 prop., for RCC items CuM<br />

CuM using with 20 mm gauge down graded hard<br />

granite machine crushed metal including<br />

shuttering, placing in position, machine mixing,<br />

vibrating, finishing, curing etc., for foundation.<br />

Complete as per specifications but excluding cost<br />

<strong>of</strong> steel reinforcement and its fabrication etc.,<br />

complete and as directed by Engineer Incharge.<br />

TOTAL….. Rs.<br />

HEAD ESD<br />

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S C H E D U L E ‘B’<br />

Details <strong>of</strong> materials to be supplied by the ECIL for the work <strong>of</strong><br />




BLDG., IN ECIL.<br />

S.No. Details Issued Rate/M.T. Place <strong>of</strong> Delivery<br />

1. Cement Rs.4,000/MT At departmental Stores<br />

at Factory site.<br />

NOTE:<br />

1. RETURN OF EMPTY CEMENT BAGS: The recovery rate <strong>of</strong> cement indicated<br />

above is inclusive <strong>of</strong> the cost <strong>of</strong> jute or paper bags. The empty cement bags are<br />

the property <strong>of</strong> the contractor.<br />

2. After the completion <strong>of</strong> the work, the consumption <strong>of</strong> materials would be checked<br />

on the basis <strong>of</strong> the quantity <strong>of</strong> materials incorporated in the work and the<br />

materials returned duly allowing for the permissible wastages. Any materials<br />

issued by ECIL and not accounted for properly as a fore-said will be recovered at<br />

double the issue rates specified in Schedule’B'. In arriving at the materials to be<br />

recovered at normal issue rates the materials measured and indirectly used also<br />

will be taken into consideration. The decision <strong>of</strong> the Engineer-in charge for<br />

arriving at the quantity <strong>of</strong> materials to be recovered at double the issue rate<br />

would be final and the contractor will not have any right for dispute in this regard.<br />

3. The wastage for cement, steel and other materials issued by ECIL required for<br />

the work would be allowed upto 5% <strong>of</strong> the quantity required to be used on the<br />

work. The wastage in respect <strong>of</strong> cement shall be determined based on the<br />

theoretical requirement for the purpose <strong>of</strong> recovery and for steel it shall be<br />

determined based on the actual quantity utilized on the work as per the structural<br />

drawing, taking into consideration any changes made by the Engineer-in charge,<br />

and upon the actual requirement during the work.<br />

4. Any departmental material, during the course <strong>of</strong> work, wasted over and above<br />

the permissible limit <strong>of</strong> 5% will be recovered at the panel rate <strong>of</strong> double the<br />

normal rates shown in the Schedule'B'.<br />



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IN ECIL.<br />


1 95.68 Supplying and fixing powder coated aluminium SqM<br />

SqM sliding windows 3 track section <strong>of</strong><br />

61.5x31.0x2mm thick and shutters made with<br />

40x18x2.0mm and panel filling with 4mm thick<br />

plain glass with screwless aluminium /rubber<br />

beeding including all necessary fixtures, fittings,<br />

hold fasts, etc., complete and as directed by<br />

Engineer Incharge.<br />

2 12.96 Supplying and fixing in position <strong>of</strong> aluminium SqM<br />

SqM powder coated fixed glass ventilators which is<br />

made out <strong>of</strong> outer frame will be 63.0x38.0x1.20<br />

mm box section and 4mm thick glass including<br />

neccesary beading etc complete and as directed<br />

by Engineer Incharge.<br />

3 10.13 Providing and fixing anodized aluminium SqM<br />

SqM double/single door composite sections frame with<br />

101x44.45x3.18mm thick rectangular tubular<br />

section and shutter made with<br />

47.60x44.45x3.18mm thick as vertical, top and<br />

middle horizontal members, 92.75x44.45x3.18mm<br />

thick sections as bottom members panel filling wtih<br />

12mm thick two sides laminated bhutan board on<br />

the bottom and top panels with 5.00 to 5.50mm<br />

thick plain glass with rubber beading <strong>of</strong> suitable<br />

make available locally with one center lock , two<br />

handles per shutter including all necessary fixtures<br />

like hold fasts, hinges, towerbolts , screwless<br />

aluminium/rubber beading and everite make floor<br />

spring for door, aluminium materials are <strong>of</strong> zindal<br />

make or equivalent quality suitable alterations in<br />

the section allowed without changing the overall<br />

weight in kgs <strong>of</strong> aluminium members etc.,<br />

complete and as directed<br />

4 184 Providing and fixing <strong>of</strong> Daiken/ armstrong mineral SqM<br />

SqM fibre ceiling with hot dipped galvanized steel grid<br />

work, surface chemi-cally cleaned capping prefinished<br />

in backed polyster paint, main tees <strong>of</strong><br />

size 33x24 mm 0.50 mm thick every 1.20mtr<br />

center to center to form a grid <strong>of</strong> size 600x600mm<br />

and suspending the grid from RCC ro<strong>of</strong> using<br />

2mm gauge GI wire and rawl plug at 1200mm<br />

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2mm gauge GI wire and rawl plug at 1200mm<br />

intervals wherever required and laying "Daiken<br />

mineral fibre acoustic ceiling tiles pattern <strong>of</strong> size<br />

600x600x15mm over the formed grid etc.,<br />

complete and as directed by Engineer-Incharge<br />

5 73 Supply and fixing <strong>of</strong> Venetian Blinds 4" width as SqM<br />

SqM per users requirement (Vertical) with necessary<br />

accessories and approved colour including cost<br />

and conveyance etc., Complete and as directed by<br />

Engineer Incharge.<br />

6 41.52 Supplying and fixing door(Water pro<strong>of</strong>ing) 32 mm SqM<br />

SqM thick flush door shutter with teak vernier both sides<br />

including 100x65 mm teak wood frame, all<br />

neceassary fittings like 4" MS butt hinges 6" length<br />

aluminium handles, 10" length aluminium tower<br />

bolt and 10" length Aldrop including wooden<br />

polishing <strong>of</strong> approved make Asian or equivalent<br />

etc., Complete and as directed by Engineer<br />

Incharge.<br />

7 1.7 Supplying and fixing in position <strong>of</strong> aluminium glass SqM<br />

SqM ventilators which is made out <strong>of</strong> outer frame will be<br />

63.0x38.0x1.20 mm box section with glass louvers<br />

including neccesary beedings etc., complete and<br />

as directed by Engineer Incharge.<br />

Total …….Rs.<br />

HEAD ESD<br />

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1 952 Supply and fixing 10mm thick vitrified tiles flooring SqM<br />

SqM <strong>of</strong> 600x600mm size <strong>of</strong> approved 1st quality, colour<br />

and make <strong>of</strong> Jhonson or Kazaria as per the<br />

specifications laid with Latecrate chemical bedding<br />

after each tile is plastered on back side with<br />

chemical including filling <strong>of</strong> joints with<br />

white/coloured cement as tiles and cleaning with<br />

saw dust as directed and final cleaning with dilute<br />

sulphuric acid etc., complete and as directed by<br />

Engineer Incharge.<br />

Total …….Rs.<br />

HEAD ESD<br />

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S C H E D U L E<br />




1. Manning, Operation and Maintenance <strong>of</strong> 33KV /<br />

11KV Sub-station located near NFC, Main<br />

receiving Sub-Station and Other 11 KV Sub-<br />

Stations in ECIL.<br />

a. 12<br />

Months<br />

b. 12<br />

Months<br />

4 Electricians in three shifts for 33 KV Sub-Station<br />

and 4 Electricians for 11KV Sub-Stations.<br />

Total 8 Electricians @25 days Per Month<br />

3 Supervisors in three shifts for 33KV Sub-Station<br />

and 1 supervisor for 11KV Sub-stations.<br />

Total 4 Supervisors @ 25 days Per Month<br />

NOTE:-<br />

1 Scope <strong>of</strong> work, Terms & Conditions applicable as<br />

per the Annexure-I & Annexure-II enclosed.<br />

2 All the consumables and items required for the<br />

operation and maintenance will be supplied by the<br />

department.<br />

Per<br />

Month<br />

Per<br />

Month<br />

TOTAL….. Rs.<br />

HEAD ESD<br />

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1<br />

Annexure – I<br />

(Scope <strong>of</strong> Work)<br />

1. Operation & Maintenance <strong>of</strong> 33KV/11KV ECIL Sub-Station located near NFC<br />

includes<br />

(i) Operation & Maintenance <strong>of</strong> A/B switches whenever required.<br />

(ii) Operation & Maintenance <strong>of</strong> 2 Nos. <strong>of</strong> 33KV VCBs, 3 Nos. <strong>of</strong> 11KV VCBs and 4 Nos.<br />

<strong>of</strong> 11KV BOCBs. .<br />

(iii) Maintenance <strong>of</strong> Earthing Systems in Sub-Stations.<br />

(iv) Checking <strong>of</strong> oil level in 2Nos. <strong>of</strong> 33KV/11KV 15MVA power transformers and<br />

1No. <strong>of</strong> 11KV/.433KV 63KVA Station transformer and topping up if necessary.<br />

(v) Maintenance <strong>of</strong> 11KV HT panel and 33KV VCBs operating panel includes<br />

replacement <strong>of</strong> indication lamps as and when required .<br />

(vi) Attending to the emergency breakdowns and changeover <strong>of</strong> feeders as and when<br />

required.<br />

(vii) Maintenance <strong>of</strong> lamps, fans and electrical equipments inside and surroundings <strong>of</strong><br />

the building.<br />

2. Operation & Maintenance <strong>of</strong> 11KV Main Receiving Sub-Station-I and Sub-Stations II,<br />

III, IV and V inside the ECIL factory.<br />

(i) Operation & Maintenance <strong>of</strong> 12Nos. <strong>of</strong> 11KV BOCBs<br />

(ii) Operation & Maintenance <strong>of</strong> 11Nos <strong>of</strong> HFUs and 7 Nos <strong>of</strong> OLUs includes<br />

checking <strong>of</strong> the oil level and topping up if necessary.<br />

(iii) Replacement <strong>of</strong> the blown <strong>of</strong>f fuses as and when required.<br />

(iv)<br />

Operation & Maintenance <strong>of</strong> 4Nos <strong>of</strong> 11KV VCBs including cleaning <strong>of</strong> panel,<br />

monitoring the relay indications, Alarm indications, and loads on the panel.<br />

(iv) Checking <strong>of</strong> oil level in 12Nos. <strong>of</strong> 11KV/.433KV 500KVA Distribution<br />

transformers and 1 No <strong>of</strong> 1000KVA Distribution Transformer and topping up if<br />

necessary, checking the condition <strong>of</strong> Silica gel Air breather, reconditioning <strong>of</strong> the<br />

silica gel as and when required.<br />

(v) Maintenance <strong>of</strong> Earthing Systems in Sub-Stations.<br />

(vi) Maintenance <strong>of</strong> HT panel includes replacement <strong>of</strong> indication lamps as and when<br />

required.<br />

(vii) Complete Maintenance <strong>of</strong> LT panels includes checking and cleaning <strong>of</strong> ACB<br />

contacts, Isolators, Switches, inspection <strong>of</strong> bus bars, cable terminations and<br />

tightening wherever required.<br />

(viii) Regular checking <strong>of</strong> Ammeters and Voltmeters on the panels and replacement<br />

<strong>of</strong> faulty meters.<br />

(ix) Maintenance <strong>of</strong> lamps, fans and electrical equipments inside the Sub-Stations.<br />

2) The job includes coordination with AP Transco & CPDCL, <strong>of</strong>ficials to sort out the day<br />

to day problems, to ensure Regular supply to the organization.<br />

3) The entire electrical system should be kept in proper working condition by carrying<br />

out periodical routine checks, servicing & maintenance.<br />

4) Spare parts, tools, consumables and cleaning metals like Brushes, cloth, cleaning<br />

liquid, etc required for execution <strong>of</strong> the job will be supplied by the <strong>corporation</strong>.

2<br />

5) The list <strong>of</strong> items given in the schedule is only indicative and Contractor should keep<br />

the system in good working condition at all times.<br />

6) The job also includes carrying out the cable insulation Tests and insulation values <strong>of</strong><br />

windings <strong>of</strong> Motors/ DG sets once in 6 months and submitting the Report.<br />

7) The contractor has to furnish the list <strong>of</strong> spare parts requirement at least two months<br />

in advance.<br />

8) The incoming line voltage at main substation point needs to be constantly monitored<br />

and recorded.<br />

9) Maintenance <strong>of</strong> daily log sheets in register, hourly reading <strong>of</strong> various meters to be<br />

entered in log sheets.<br />

10) Keep the premises and panel Boards clean and tidy in the control rooms.<br />

11) The maintenance personnel should report to work if the <strong>of</strong>fice operates on Sundays<br />

and Holidays.<br />

12) The work carried out by the contractor should be endorsed on a day to day basis by<br />

ECIL authorized representative in the absence <strong>of</strong> which payment will not be made.<br />

13) Replacement <strong>of</strong> blown <strong>of</strong>f fuses in LT panels <strong>of</strong> all the Sub-Stations and 22 Control<br />

rooms.<br />

14) Tightening the terminations bolts, Lube oil and Fuel oil checking and topping up<br />

whenever required, checking the radiator water, checking <strong>of</strong> battery water and<br />

topping up whenever required, Air filters cleaning, Operation <strong>of</strong> DG sets weekly<br />

once and whenever there is a power failure, checking the terminations and settings<br />

in control panel and checking fan belt <strong>of</strong> 1No. <strong>of</strong> 1000KVA HTDG set and 166KVA<br />

LTDG set.<br />

15) Regular checking <strong>of</strong> 166KVA LTDG & 1000KVA HTDG standby Generators and<br />

switching on the DG sets in case <strong>of</strong> power failure.

3<br />

Annexure – II<br />

(Terms & conditions)<br />

1) The contractor should maintain the following records & documents required under<br />

the factories Act, Contract Labour (Regulation & Abolition Act) ESI and any other<br />

statutory act, applicable to contract Labour. These registers documents should be<br />

made available at the <strong>of</strong>fice at all times and produced to ECIL <strong>of</strong>ficials /Statutory<br />

Officials for Inspection/verification as and when called for Register for Workmen.<br />

a) Employment Card (to be issued to workers).<br />

b) Muster Roll.<br />

c) Register Of Wages,<br />

d) Over Time Register<br />

e) Any other documents or register required by the statutes applicable to<br />

contract Labour.<br />

f) Register <strong>of</strong> Documents required under PF & ESI Act<br />

2) The contractor will be wholly held responsible for any action taken by statutory<br />

bodies, for violation or non-compliance <strong>of</strong> any such provisions or rules.<br />

3) Any loss or damages either to the person or property <strong>of</strong> the Corporation in the day to<br />

day working will be recovered from the monthly bills <strong>of</strong> the Contractor as passed /<br />

decided by the Engineer - In-Charge<br />

4) Any breach <strong>of</strong> Contract or failure or negligence to comply with or discharge <strong>of</strong> the<br />

any terms & Conditions, obligations etc, arising under this Contract, the loss suffered<br />

by the Corporation, will be made good, and recovered from the monthly Bill <strong>of</strong> the<br />

Contractor by the Corporation.<br />

5) The period <strong>of</strong> Contract will be for 1 year, which may be further extended for another<br />

year at the sole discretion <strong>of</strong> the Corporation ECIL, subject to the satisfactory<br />

execution <strong>of</strong> work by the party at the same rates Terms & conditions.<br />

6) The Contractor, on the orders <strong>of</strong> the Engineer - In-Charge, should carry out the work,<br />

not only during <strong>of</strong>fice normal working hours, but also beyond working Hours on<br />

working days, and also on closed holidays round the clock whenever necessary.<br />

7) Contractor should obtain the necessary license from concerned statutory authorities<br />

and renew/amend the same on the due date wherever applicable,<br />

8) The contractor shall pay compensation to his workmen injured while on duty as per<br />

the various statutory provision/Acts.<br />

9) Taxes applicable in the state concerned will be directly recovered from contractor’s<br />

bill.<br />

10) The entire work should be completed on a day to day basis, failing which no payment<br />

will be made by the <strong>corporation</strong>.<br />

11) If the successful Contractor fails to adhere to the day to day work or if the rate <strong>of</strong><br />

progress is considered not satisfactory by ECIL, the Corporation will be at liberty to<br />

terminate the contract and get the work executed by an alternate agency at the entire<br />

risk and cost <strong>of</strong> the successful Contractor.<br />

12) The <strong>corporation</strong> reserves the right to operate or not to operate any items mentioned<br />

in the schedule. The personnel deployed by the contractor will be utilized to meet the<br />

emergencies / breakdowns at different sub-stations depending on the workload.<br />

13) The successful contractor will have to execute an agreement with ECIL covering all<br />

aspects <strong>of</strong> the contract in the form prescribed before commencement <strong>of</strong> work.

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14) The contractor has to provide at his own cost proper uniform <strong>of</strong> approved colour and<br />

shade for his workmen. Proper monsoon equipment like rain coat has to be provided<br />

for the work men during rainy season. Safety shoes have to be provided.<br />

15) Whenever the <strong>of</strong>fice is operated on Sunday/Holidays, the necessary operation and<br />

maintenance works have to be carried out to facilitate the smooth Operations <strong>of</strong> the<br />

factory.<br />

16) The contractor has to make payment <strong>of</strong> wages to his workmen immediately during<br />

subsequent month in any case not later than 7 th <strong>of</strong> every month with out fail. The<br />

wages have to be paid in the presence <strong>of</strong> designated ECIL <strong>of</strong>ficer who will witness<br />

the disbursement <strong>of</strong> wages and sign in the wage register. In case the Contractor fails<br />

to make the payment by 7 th every month, the ECIL is at liberty to directly pay the<br />

wages to the Contract Labour and recover the expenditure so incurred from the bills<br />

<strong>of</strong> the Contractor.<br />

17) Supervisor should be qualified in Diploma in Electrical Engineering having 3 to 5<br />

years <strong>of</strong> experience in Sub-Station operations and holding Supervisor competency<br />

certificate / C certificate issued by Chief Electrical Inspectorate Government <strong>of</strong><br />

Andhra Pradesh.<br />

18) Electrician should be qualified in ITI (Electrician trade) having experience <strong>of</strong> 3-5<br />

years in Sub-Station operations and holding Wireman Certificate issued by Chief<br />

Electrical Inspectorate, Government <strong>of</strong> Andhra Pradesh.

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1 30 Supply and installation <strong>of</strong> Permanent Maintenance Each<br />

Nos free earthing pits consisting <strong>of</strong><br />

a. 5/8” dia X 10 feet long tripolar UL approved<br />

molecular bonded copper steel rod having not less<br />

than 250 micron copper coating and life time <strong>of</strong><br />

morethan 30 years.<br />

b. Environmental friendly Ground Enhancement<br />

Material (GEM) as backfill compound suitable for<br />

dissipation <strong>of</strong> 40KA fault currents and which will<br />

ensure to retain moisture and make a low<br />

resistivity cylindrical structure around copper<br />

bonded steel rod.<br />

c. 450mmX450mm CI cover (1 No).Spreading a<br />

homogeneous mixture <strong>of</strong> backfilling compound<br />

around the rod, interconnecting earth tape<br />

between earthing stations completely as per IS<br />

3043, 1987 or latest revision, including <strong>of</strong> all civil<br />

works for earthing installation, testing <strong>of</strong> pits and<br />

submission <strong>of</strong> test reports.<br />


2 650 Supply and installation <strong>of</strong> 50X6mm GI tape for Mtr.<br />

Mtrs. interconnection <strong>of</strong> earthing pit and equipments,<br />

including <strong>of</strong> all civil works for GI interconnection<br />

from pit to pit and pit to equipment.<br />

TOTAL….. Rs.<br />

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1 8 Supply and installation <strong>of</strong> Permanent Maintenance Each<br />

Nos free earthing pits consisting <strong>of</strong><br />

a) 5/8” dia X 10 feet long tripolar UL approved<br />

molecular bonded copper steel rod having not less<br />

than 250 micron copper coating and life time <strong>of</strong><br />

more than 30yrs.<br />

b) Environmental friendly Ground Enhancement<br />

Material (GEM) as backfill compound suitable for<br />

dissipation <strong>of</strong> 40KA fault currents and which will<br />

ensure to retain moisture and make a low<br />

resistivity cylindrical structure around copper<br />

bonded steel rod.<br />

c) 450mmX450mm CI cover (1 No).<br />

Spreading a homogeneous mixture <strong>of</strong> backfilling<br />

compound around the rod, interconnecting earth<br />

tape between earthing stations completely as per<br />

IS 3043, 1987 or latest revision, including <strong>of</strong> all<br />

civil works for earthing installation, testing <strong>of</strong> pits<br />

and submission <strong>of</strong> test reports. Make: ERICO.<br />

2 27 Supply and installation <strong>of</strong> Permanent Maintenance Each<br />

Nos free earthing pits consisting <strong>of</strong><br />

a) 5/8” dia X 10 feet long UL approved molecular<br />

bonded copper steel rod having not less than 250<br />

micron copper coating and life time <strong>of</strong> more than<br />

30yrs.<br />

b) Environmental friendly Ground Enhancement<br />

Material (GEM) (11.3 KGS) as backfill compound<br />

which will ensure to retain moisture and make a<br />

low resistivity cylindrical structure around copper<br />

bonded steel rod.<br />

c) 450mmX450mm CI cover (1 No).<br />

Spreading a homogeneous mixture <strong>of</strong> backfilling<br />

compound around the rod, interconnecting earth<br />

tape between earthing stations completely as per<br />

IS 3043, 1987 or latest revision, including <strong>of</strong> all<br />

civil works for earthing installation, testing <strong>of</strong> pits<br />

and submission <strong>of</strong> test reports.<br />

Make: ERICO.<br />

3.a 2 Supply <strong>of</strong> FOREND make ESE EU Air terminal & Set<br />

Sets fixing accessories Lightning protection system<br />

consists <strong>of</strong><br />

* ESE EU Air terminal<br />

* G.I mast – 5mtrs with base<br />

* Guying kit with other fixing accessories.<br />

* Lightning strike counter<br />

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b 2 Supply <strong>of</strong> Permanent maintenance free radial Set<br />

Sets earthing consists <strong>of</strong><br />

* Copper Bonded Ground Rod 5/8” – 4 Nos.<br />

* Ground Enhancement Materials ZEROLITE.<br />

* Copper earth tape 50x0.5mm<br />

* Earth rod clamp<br />

c 2 Installation <strong>of</strong> direct lightning protection system Set<br />

Sets consists <strong>of</strong> :<br />

* Installation & commissioning <strong>of</strong> Air terminal.<br />

* Installation & commissioning <strong>of</strong> Radial Earth pits.<br />

* Civil work for digging and chamber making.<br />

* Material for chamber making.<br />

* Testing <strong>of</strong> Earth pit resistance by two-spike method.<br />

* Submission <strong>of</strong> Installation report<br />

d 100 Supply and installation <strong>of</strong> Down conductors and RM<br />

RM fixing accessories: consists <strong>of</strong> PVC insulated<br />

multistrand copper cable <strong>of</strong> 50 Sqmm size with<br />

other fixing accessories.<br />

4 200 Supply and laying <strong>of</strong> Copper Earth tape Mtr<br />

Mtr. 25mmX3mm size for interconnection between the<br />

earth pits and connecting to equipments.<br />

5 200 Supply and installation <strong>of</strong> 50X6mm GI tape for Mtr<br />

Mtr. interconnection <strong>of</strong> earthing pit and equipments,<br />

including <strong>of</strong> all civil works for GI interconnection<br />

from pit to pit and pit to equipment.<br />

6 18 Carrying out CADWELD JOINT; Exothermic weld Each<br />

Nos for connection <strong>of</strong> copper bonded rods and copper<br />

tape.<br />

7 18 Supply and fixing <strong>of</strong> Copper Earth Bus bar with Each<br />

Nos terminal box having a provision <strong>of</strong> 25X6X150mm<br />

size copper Earth bus bar mounted on insulators<br />

with suitable size MS box fabricated with 16 SWG<br />

sheet steel suitable for fixing to the wall and shall<br />

have front opening door. The surface <strong>of</strong> door shall<br />

be written with identification area.<br />

Note:- Refer Annexure I, II & III for Technical<br />

Specifications<br />

TOTAL…Rs.<br />

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Annexure – I<br />

• The ESE EU lightening protection system is in full compliance with French lightning<br />

protection standard NFC 17-102 & Spanish norm UNE-21186 (Protection <strong>of</strong><br />

structures and <strong>of</strong> open areas against lightning using Early Streamer Emission air<br />

terminals).<br />

• The air terminal is Early Streamer Emission (E.S.E. EU) type which is equipped with<br />

an upper series <strong>of</strong> spark-generating electrodes. The triggering device <strong>of</strong> the E.S.E.<br />

EU air terminal is sealed in a stainless-steel housing fixed at the center <strong>of</strong> its central<br />

rod.<br />

• The air terminal shall be fixed at the top <strong>of</strong> a GI elevation pole with base so as be at<br />

least 2 meters above the structure to be protected. Its height above ro<strong>of</strong> level would<br />

be dependent on the level <strong>of</strong> protection and the protection radii required.<br />


• Each E.S.E. EU air terminal shall be connected to at least one down conductor. Two<br />

conductors should be installed on opposite sides <strong>of</strong> the building if the horizontal<br />

length <strong>of</strong> the down conductor is greater than its vertical length.<br />

• The down conductor(s) should be high conductivity round or flat solid bare or copper<br />

conductor with a minimum size <strong>of</strong> 50mm 2 . They should be fixed to the structure by<br />

means <strong>of</strong> saddles / fasteners per meter.<br />

• The down conductor(s) should be connected to the air terminal system by means <strong>of</strong><br />

a metallic U-bolts / adaptor located on the E.S.E. EU air terminal. It should then run<br />

down the elevation pole and take the shortest direct route down the outside <strong>of</strong> the<br />

building to the earth termination network, avoiding any sharp corners, thereby<br />

providing a low impedance path from the air terminal to its earth termination<br />

system(s).<br />

• A 6 digit lightning Strike counter may be installed in order to count the actual<br />

lightning strikes on the E.S.E. EU air terminal.<br />


• Each down conductor should be connected to its own earth termination system using<br />

a Radial termination. The radial earthing is made <strong>of</strong> copper strip conductor(s) <strong>of</strong> the<br />

installation and arranged in crow-foot fashion (three 10 Mtrs. Long conductors buried<br />

horizontally). A copper-bonded steel earth rod should be added at the end <strong>of</strong> each<br />

copper length.<br />

• The resistance value <strong>of</strong> each earth termination system should be 10 Ohms or less.<br />

• Each earth conductor and rod will be treated with ground enhancement materials<br />

and made the connections using bimetallic earth rod clamps and one pit should be<br />

housed in a proprietary concrete or PVC pit in order to facilitate inspection.<br />


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Annexure – III<br />


Maintenance Free Earthing pits shall provide:<br />

• Good Corrosion resistance<br />

• Ability to carry high currents repeatedly<br />

• A reliable and long life system<br />

1. Earth Rod<br />

• The Earth rods shall be <strong>of</strong> copper bonded steel earth rods especially designed for<br />

Electrical earthing based upon the equipment fault currents as per site<br />

requirement. The sizes shall be designed considering the maximum fault current.<br />

• The earth rods are corrosion resistant, while providing the lowest possible<br />

resistance to ground.<br />

• The earth rods shall be molecularly bonded with copper to high strength steelcores.<br />

• Copper coating: The standard Copper coating thickness exceeds UL & ANSI<br />

specs. Of 0.250mm.<br />

• The life <strong>of</strong> the Earth rods shall be min 35 years.<br />

2. ZEROLITE – Ground Enhancement Material:<br />

The Ground Enhancement Material shall be electrically conductive and non-soluble<br />

earth enhancing compounds may be used to help achieve low ground resistance<br />

provided the materials mixed and installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s<br />

instructions.<br />


2.1 Shall compose <strong>of</strong> a basic electrolyte, which along with other ingredients produces<br />

a gel having:<br />

i) High conductivity in the electrode-ground contact area and improves earth’s<br />

absorbing power and humidity retention capability.<br />

ii) Shall be non-corrosive in nature having low solubility (0.2% max) but with high<br />

hygroscopy. Not eliminated by continuous treatments with water.<br />

iii) Thermo stable between -60 0 to +60 0 C or F temperatures.<br />

iv) Possible increase from 3-20 times in earth’s conductivity shall be achieved.<br />

v) Its elements interact in homogenous way when applied to the earth.<br />

vi) Shall be used on any kind <strong>of</strong> electrode & all kinds <strong>of</strong> grounds <strong>of</strong> different sensitivity<br />

through the simple spill <strong>of</strong> the proper solution to the ground, which surrounds the<br />

electrode.<br />

vii) When the products employed react, they shall produce compounds with high<br />

conductive power and decrease the resistance <strong>of</strong> the earth, mainly in those with salts<br />

deficiency.<br />

viii) Higher doses may be necessary for optimum results in high resistance soil or rocky<br />

areas.<br />

ix) Environmental-friendly:<br />


• Shall not adversely affect the soil.<br />

• Shall not leach ions or contaminate ground water.<br />

3. Connectors:<br />

• The connectors shall be non-corrosive and bimetallic.<br />

• The connectors are mechanical compression type.<br />

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Ground Enhancement Material used shall not only make the pits maintenance free, but<br />

also shall improve the soil conductivity.<br />




1 Supply and installation <strong>of</strong> 500V switch fuse unit Threephase<br />

and neutral link with 3 Nos. <strong>of</strong> HRC fuses <strong>of</strong><br />

suitable capacity (L&T make) sheet steel enclosure<br />

mounted on MS bracket to install in LT panel / on wall<br />

/ column / beam with weather pro<strong>of</strong> SS enclosure box<br />

including required frame work, top and bottom cable<br />

adopter boxes with necessary accessories, earthing,<br />

painting, numbering and minor Civil work etc.,<br />

complete. Make: L&T<br />

a. 1 100A FN switch (Cat No: SK95568) Each<br />

No.<br />

2 Supply and installation <strong>of</strong> sheet steel flush mounted<br />

double door type three phase vertical bus-bar<br />

distribution board with phase and neutral to install on<br />

wall / column including MS angular frame work with<br />

necessary accessories, internal wiring, earthing,<br />

painting, numbering, and minor civil works etc.,<br />

complete. Make: Legrand<br />

i.<br />

2<br />

Sets<br />

S C H E D U L E<br />


12-way TPN DB (Cat No: 6077 52) with the following: Set<br />

a) 80A Isolator (604016) ……………….01 No.<br />

b) 63A RCCB (6021 34)……………….. 01 No.<br />

c) 32A TPMCB’s ( 6032 88) ………....03 Nos.<br />

d) 10/20/32A SPMCB’s( 6032 33/35/37)…...27Nos.<br />

ii. 1 12-way TPN DB (Cat No: 6077 52) with the following: Set<br />

Set a) 80A Isolator (604016) …………………..01 No.<br />

b) 63A RCCB (6021 34)………………….... 01 No.<br />

c) 32A TPMCB’s ( 6032 88) ………...........05 Nos.<br />

d) 10/20/32A SPMCB’s( 6032 33/35/37)…...21Nos.<br />

iii. 1 08-way TPN DB(Cat No: 6077 51) with the following: Set<br />

Set a) 80A Isolator (604016) ……....…….….. 01 No.<br />

b) 63A RCCB (6021 34)…..…………….... 01 No.<br />

c) 32A TPMCB’s (6032 88)……………......03 Nos.<br />

d) 10/20/32A SPMCB’s( 6032 33/35/37)…..21 Nos.<br />

3 2 Supply and Installation <strong>of</strong> 63A TPN 5 pin plug & Each<br />

Nos socket P17 Tempra model (Cat No.6078 80) with 63 A<br />

FPMCB (Cat No.6033 25) to install on DB with suitable<br />

knock out for incoming cables to draw the three phase<br />

power supply including MS frame work to fix on wall /<br />

column with required fasteners, earthing, painting,<br />

numbering and minor civil works etc., complete.<br />

Make: Legrand<br />


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4 8 Supply and Installation <strong>of</strong> 32 A TPN 5 pin plug & Each<br />

Nos socket P17 Tempra model (Cat No.6078 72) with 32 A<br />

FPMCB (Cat No.6033 22) to install on DB with suitable<br />

knock out for incoming cables to draw the three phase<br />

power supply including MS frame work to fix on wall /<br />

column with required fasteners, earthing, painting,<br />

numbering and minor civil works etc., complete.Make:<br />

Legrand<br />

5 32 Supply and Installation <strong>of</strong> 250 V grade 3-pin metal Each<br />

Nos clad protected weather pro<strong>of</strong> plug socket, housed in<br />

Legrand MS box with 20A socket (Cat No.6078 41)<br />

with plug top controlled by 20A / 32A SPMCB(Cat<br />

No.6032 35/37) including earthing, neutral link<br />

internal wiring, painting and numbering etc., complete<br />

to fix on suitable MS bracket / frame work to wall /<br />

column as detailed.<br />

6 Make: SupplyLegrand<br />

installation <strong>of</strong> modular type case with<br />

NorthWest make 4Nos. <strong>of</strong> 6 / 16A, 3pin plug sockets<br />

controlled by 4 Nos. <strong>of</strong> 20Amps, 250V Modular type<br />

switches with 20Amps MCB protection. Including<br />

supply <strong>of</strong> suitable mounting boxes, Inner plates, Cover<br />

plates with internal wiring and minor civil works etc.,<br />

complete.<br />

a. 41 a) Four - way 6/16A 3-pin plug socket. Each<br />

Nos. Make: NorthWest<br />

7 Supply and installation <strong>of</strong> modular type case with<br />

NorthWest make 2Nos. <strong>of</strong> 6 / 16A, 3pin plug sockets<br />

controlled by 2 Nos. <strong>of</strong> 20Amps, 250V Modular type<br />

switches with 20Amps MCB protection. Including<br />

supply <strong>of</strong> suitable mounting boxes, Inner plates, Cover<br />

plates with internal wiring and minor civil works etc.,<br />

complete.<br />

a. 25 Two - way 6/16A 5-pin plug socket. Each<br />

Nos Make: NorthWest<br />

8 35 Supply, installation, testing and commissioning <strong>of</strong> Each<br />

Nos recessed type 2’x 2’ false ceiling fixture with 2Nos <strong>of</strong><br />

36W CFL Lamps, copper ballasts, starters and<br />

condenser for PF improvement duly wired to be fixed<br />

to beam / ceiling / on false ceiling including supply <strong>of</strong><br />

all necessary clamps supports, pipes, fasteners, ball &<br />

sockets where needed and earthing etc., complete.<br />

Make: Crompton Greaves(CRFQ11236/P5)/Philips<br />

9 110 Supply and Installation, testing and commissioning <strong>of</strong> Each<br />

Nos 04’ twin tube industrial box type fixture with 02 Nos. <strong>of</strong><br />

36 watts fluorescent lamps with aluminum reflector<br />

and necessary accessories like heavy duty copper<br />


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chokes, starters, holders, condenser for PF<br />

improvement duly wired to be fixed to beam / ceiling /<br />

on false ceiling including supply <strong>of</strong> all necessary<br />

accessories like supports, pipes, ball and sockets<br />

where needed, fasteners and earthing<br />

etc.,complete.(Starters outside appearing<br />

model)Make: Crompton (IGP 1424HSB/1324HSB)/<br />

Philips.<br />

10 55 Supply and Installation <strong>of</strong> high speed 1400mm sweep Each<br />

Nos ceiling fan capacitor type suitable to operate on 230<br />

volts AC supply with blades, down rod, top and bottom<br />

canopies to ISS 374/1979 double ball bearing<br />

including Anchor make electronic step type speed<br />

control regulator and necessary fan hook to fix to<br />

ceiling / beam with required accessories and fasteners<br />

etc., complete.<br />

Make: Crompton (High speed HSD-1400mm)<br />

11 25 Supply and installation <strong>of</strong> 400mm sweep oscillating Each<br />

Nos type wall mounted fan suitable to operate on single<br />

phase 230V 50Hz AC supply to be installed on Wall /<br />

Column with required MS frame work, wiring and<br />

necessary civil works etc., complete.<br />

Make: Crompton Greaves HIGH FLO LG<br />

12 Supply and laying <strong>of</strong> 1100V grade XLPE/PVC<br />

insulated PVC sheathed armoured heavy duty<br />

Al.Cables <strong>of</strong> approved make conforming to IS-1554<br />

(Part-I) 1976 specifications inside the building through<br />

embedded conduit pipe on wall / floor / beam / in<br />

trenches from LTpanel / DB panel to required loads<br />

including supply <strong>of</strong> all required fasteners and civil<br />

works etc., complete.<br />

Make: Finolex<br />

a 200 3 ½ Core 70 Sq.mm armoured Al. cable.<br />

Mtr.<br />

Mtrs.<br />

b 150 3 ½ Core 50 Sq.mm armoured Al. cable.<br />

Mtr.<br />

Mtrs.<br />

c 130 3 ½ Core 25 Sq.mm armoured Al. cable.<br />

Mtr.<br />

Mtrs.<br />

d 150 4 Core 10 sq.mm armoured Al.Cable.<br />

Mtr.<br />

Mtrs.<br />

12.1 Jointing the above mentioned cable with suitable<br />

Terminations including supply <strong>of</strong> all jointing materials<br />

like cable glands, sockets, lugs, necessary fasteners<br />

and making provision in DB / LT panel for incoming &<br />

Outing <strong>of</strong> cable with earthing <strong>of</strong> glands etc., complete.<br />

a 2 3 ½ core 70 Sq.mm armoured Al. cable.<br />

Each<br />

Nos<br />


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b 6 3 ½ core 50 Sq.mm armoured Al. cable.<br />

Each<br />

Nos<br />

c 10 3 ½ core 25 Sq.mm armoured Al. cable.<br />

Each<br />

Nos<br />

d 4 4 core 10 Sq.mm armoured Al. cable.<br />

Each<br />

Nos<br />

13 Modular Point Wiring With 2 Nos. <strong>of</strong> multi strand 1.5<br />

Sq.mm PVC insulated copper wire preferably black<br />

colour for neutral <strong>of</strong> 600 volts grade in resistance<br />

welded heavy gauge rigid MS conduit pipe <strong>of</strong> 16 SWG<br />

from 20mm / 25mm / 32mm (including supply <strong>of</strong><br />

conduit and its accessories) supported on saddles<br />

with number <strong>of</strong> wires bunched at certain places,<br />

controlled by 5A, 250V single pole Modular type<br />

switches and 15A Modular type switches for Flood<br />

light, flush marked mounted on suitable mounting<br />

boxes (MS), Inner plates, Cover plates with internal<br />

wiring. Supply being tapped from DB with 2 nos. <strong>of</strong><br />

multi strands 2.5 Sq.mm PVC copper wire for primary<br />

Light / Fan. Supply <strong>of</strong> all necessary accessories like<br />

ceiling rose, 6A, 3-pin socket with MS box (for wall<br />

mounted fans) earthing the installation with 1.5Sq.mm<br />

PVC copper wire (Green colour) and numbering etc.,<br />

complete. Make: Finolex (wires) & NorthWest<br />

(switches)<br />

a 100 One switch controlling one light / fan.<br />

Each<br />

Nos<br />

b 80 One switch controlling two lights.<br />

Each<br />

Nos<br />

14 Supply and drawing <strong>of</strong> 600V grade PVC insulated<br />

copper wires in laid conduits in different colours<br />

preferably black colour for neutral and green colour for<br />

shield including interconnections etc., complete.<br />

Make: Finolex.<br />

a 600 4 Sq.mm PVC Copper Wire.<br />

Mtr.<br />

Mtrs.<br />

b 800 2.5 Sq.mm PVC Copper Wire.<br />

Mtr.<br />

Mtrs.<br />

c 500 1.5 Sq.mm PVC Copper Wire. Mtr.<br />

Mtrs.<br />

15 Supply and laying <strong>of</strong> heavy-duty 16 SWG MS conduit<br />

pipe with all accessories on wall / column / beam /<br />

partition / cubicles / concrete floor concealed / on<br />

ceiling duly supported on saddles, clamps, bends,<br />

junction boxes including earthing, minor civil works<br />

such as welding plastering and painting, etc.,<br />

complete. Make: BEC / Gupta / National / Victory.<br />


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a 100 a) 32 mm dia. MS conduit pipe.<br />

Mtr.<br />

Mtrs.<br />

b 400 b) 25 mm dia. MS conduit pipe.<br />

Mtr.<br />

Mtrs.<br />

c 350 c) 20 mm dia. MS conduit pipe.<br />

Mtr.<br />

Mtrs.<br />


i 20 Supply and installation <strong>of</strong> 200mm in length, 25mm Each<br />

Nos width and 3mm thick s<strong>of</strong>t drawn hot dipped Tin coated<br />

Copper strip with porcelain bases as supports <strong>of</strong><br />

suitable size with provision for tapping from the strip<br />

including chromium coated hardware to fix on wall /<br />

column at the height <strong>of</strong> 0.5 Mtr from floor level with<br />

anti static indicator including supply <strong>of</strong> necessary<br />

accessories, welding, bending, drilling and minor civil<br />

works etc., complete as per instructions <strong>of</strong> Engineer Incharge.<br />

ii Supply and laying <strong>of</strong> PVC insulated multi-strand<br />

Copper wire in laid PVC conduit from Antistatic earth<br />

station to main terminal point and individual earth<br />

terminals including required nuts, bolts, lugging at<br />

ends and end terminations etc., complete and as per<br />

instructions <strong>of</strong> Engineer In-charge. Make: FINOLEX<br />

a. 220 10Sq.mm PVC copper wire.<br />

Mtr.<br />

Mtrs.<br />

iii Supply and laying <strong>of</strong> heavy duty 1.5mm thick PVC<br />

conduit pipe with necessary accessories such as<br />

bends, junction boxes, reducers etc., on wall / column<br />

/ beam / ro<strong>of</strong> supported on saddles, clamps, including<br />

all minor civil works welding, painting, earthing etc.,<br />

complete and as per instructions <strong>of</strong> Engineer Incharge.<br />

Make: Sudhakar.<br />

a 50 25mm PVC conduit pipe.<br />

Mtr.<br />

Mts.<br />

b 150 20mm PVC conduit pipe.<br />

Mtr.<br />

Mtrs.<br />

17 Supply and laying <strong>of</strong> hot dip GI / Tinned Copper strip /<br />

wires as under including interconnections and tapping,<br />

wherever necessary on wall / along partition/ trench /<br />

underground by excavation from earth pit to the<br />

building with required welding, clamping, supporting<br />

and painting etc., complete.<br />

a 100 25 x3mm GI strip.<br />

Mtr.<br />

Mtrs.<br />

b 50 25 x 3mm copper strip.<br />

Mtr.<br />

Mtrs.<br />

c 350 No.14 SWG Copper wire. Mtr.<br />

Mtrs.<br />


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18 4<br />

Nos<br />

Preparation <strong>of</strong> Earth station with 600 x 600 x 3 mm<br />

thick tinned Copper plate as electrode at a depth not<br />

less than 2.5mtrs below normal ground level including<br />

excavation, back filling with s<strong>of</strong>t soil, charcoal, salt,<br />

earth take <strong>of</strong>f arrangement etc., providing water pipe,<br />

funnel, screen, brick chamber <strong>of</strong> size 600 X 600 X 450<br />

mm, RCC cover <strong>of</strong> size 600X600mm etc., conforming<br />

to IS-3043 and as per instructions <strong>of</strong> Engineer Incharge.<br />

Each<br />

19 Removal <strong>of</strong> Existing old Installations with connected<br />

cable and conduit etc., Complete.<br />

a 2 Power Distribution Boards.<br />

Each<br />

Nos<br />

b 40 Twin Tube light Fixtures.<br />

Each<br />

Nos<br />

c 40 Ceiling Fans.<br />

Each<br />

Nos<br />

d 20 Switch Boards.<br />

Each<br />

Nos<br />

e 10 Industrial Sockets. Each<br />

Nos<br />

TOTAL….Rs.<br />

HEAD ESD<br />


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Sl.No. Description <strong>of</strong> work Qty Rate Unit Amount<br />

01.0) Supply and installation <strong>of</strong> 500V switch fuse unit Threephase<br />

and neutral link with 3 Nos. <strong>of</strong> HRC fuses <strong>of</strong><br />

suitable capacity (L&T make) sheet steel enclosure<br />

mounted on MS bracket to install in LT panel / on wall /<br />

column / beam with weather pro<strong>of</strong> SS enclosure box<br />

including required frame work, top and bottom cable<br />

adopter boxes with necessary accessories, earthing,<br />

painting, numbering and minor Civil work’s etc.,<br />

complete.Make:L&T<br />

a) 100A FN switch (Cat No: SK95568) 03 No’s. Each<br />

02.0) Supply and installation <strong>of</strong> sheet steel flush mounted<br />

double door type three phase vertical bus-bar<br />

distribution board with phase and neutral to install on<br />

wall / column including MS angular frame work with<br />

necessary accessories, internal wiring, earthing,<br />

painting, numbering, and minor civil works etc.,<br />

complete.<br />

Make: Legrand.<br />

ii)12 Way TPN DB (Cat No: 6077 52)<br />

a) 80A FP Isolator ………. 01No.(Cat No:604016)<br />

b) 63A FP RCCB………..01No.(Cat No:602134)<br />

c)32A TPMCB…………. 04Nos.(Cat No: 6032 88)<br />

d)10/20/32A SPMCB ……24Nos.(Cat No: 6032<br />

33/35/37)<br />

iii) 8 Way TPN DB (Cat No: 607751)<br />

a) 80A FP Isolator ………. 01No.(Cat No:604016)<br />

b) 63A FP RCCB………..01No.(Cat No:602134)<br />

c)32A TPMCB…………. 03Nos.(Cat No: 6032 88)<br />

d)10/20/32A SPMCB ……15Nos.(Cat No: 6032<br />

33/35/37)<br />

2 Sets<br />

1 Set<br />

Set<br />

Set<br />


2<br />

Sl.No. Description <strong>of</strong> work Qty Rate Unit Amount<br />

03.0) Supply and installation <strong>of</strong> 32A TPN 5 pin plug &<br />

socket P17 Tempra model with 32A TPNMCB(Cat<br />

No. 6033 05) to install with suitable knock out for<br />

incoming cables) to draw the three phase power<br />

supply including MS frame work to fix on wall / column<br />

with required fasteners, earthing, painting, numbering<br />

and minor civil works etc., complete.<br />

Make: Legrand (Cat No. 6078 72)<br />

18 Nos. Each<br />

04.0) Supply and Installation <strong>of</strong> 250 V grade 3-pin metal<br />

clad protected weather pro<strong>of</strong> plug socket, housed in<br />

Legrand MS box with 20A socket with plug top<br />

controlled by 20A SPMCB (Cat No: 6032 35) to fix on<br />

wall / column with suitable MS bracket frame including<br />

earthing, neutral link internal wiring, painting and<br />

numbering & minor civil works etc., complete Make:<br />

Legrand (Cat No: 6078 41)<br />

10Nos<br />

Each<br />

05.0) Supply and installation <strong>of</strong> modular type M.S box with<br />

North West make 4Nos. <strong>of</strong> 6A, 3pin plug sockets<br />

controlling 4Nos <strong>of</strong> 6A ,230V with built in controlled<br />

switch <strong>of</strong> each and 20Amps MCB protection. Including<br />

supply <strong>of</strong> suitable mounting boxes, Inner plates, Cover<br />

plates with internal wiring and minor civil works etc.,<br />

complete. Make: North West a)<br />

Four - way 6A 3-pin plug with built in switch control. 68Nos. Each<br />

06.0) Supply and installation <strong>of</strong> modular type M.S box with<br />

North West make 2Nos. <strong>of</strong> 16A, 3pin plug sockets<br />

controlled by 2 Nos. <strong>of</strong> 16Amps, 250V Modular type<br />

switches and 20Amps MCB protection. Including<br />

supply <strong>of</strong> suitable mounting boxes, Inner plates, Cover<br />

plates with internal wiring and minor civil works etc.,<br />

complete. Make: North West<br />

a) Two - way 16A 3-pin plug socket. 20 Nos. Each<br />

07.0) Supply and laying <strong>of</strong> 1100V grade XLPE/ PVC<br />

insulated PVC sheathed armoured heavy duty Al.<br />

Cables <strong>of</strong> approved make conforming to IS-1554 (Part-<br />

I) 1976 specifications inside the building on wall / floor<br />

/ beam / in trenches from LT panel / DB to required<br />

loads including supply <strong>of</strong> all required fasteners and<br />

civil works etc.,complete.Make:Finolex.<br />

a) 3 ½ core 70 Sq.mm Al cable. 150Mtrs Mtr<br />


3<br />

Sl.No. Description <strong>of</strong> work Qty Rate Unit Amount<br />

b) 3 ½ core 50 Sq.mm Al cable.<br />

c) 4 core 10 Sq.mm Al cable.<br />

08.0) Jointing the above mentioned cable with suitable<br />

terminations including supply <strong>of</strong> all jointing materials<br />

like cable glands, sockets, Plugs, necessary fasteners<br />

and making provision in DB / LT panel for incoming &<br />

Outgoing <strong>of</strong> cable with earthing <strong>of</strong> glands etc., complete.<br />

a) 3 ½ core 70 Sq.mm Al cable.<br />

b) 3 ½ core 50 Sq.mm Al cable.<br />

c) 4 core 10 Sq.mm Al cable.<br />

100Mtrs<br />

300Mtrs<br />

04Nos<br />

04Nos<br />

20 Nos<br />

Mtr<br />

Mtr<br />

Each<br />

Each<br />

Each<br />

09.0) Supply, installation, testing and commissioning <strong>of</strong><br />

recessed type 2’x 2’ false ceiling fixture PARALITE<br />

LOUVRE (P5) with 2Nos <strong>of</strong> 36W CFL Lamps, copper<br />

ballasts, starters and condenser for PF improvement<br />

duly wired to be fixed to beam / ceiling / on false<br />

ceiling including supply <strong>of</strong> all necessary clamps<br />

supports, pipes, fasteners, ball & sockets where<br />

needed and earthing etc., complete.<br />

Make: Crompton Greaves(CRFQ11236/P5) / Philips.<br />

10.0) Supply and installation <strong>of</strong> 400mm sweep oscillating<br />

type wall mounted fan suitable to operate on single<br />

phase 230V 50Hz AC supply to be installed on Wall /<br />

Column with required MS frame work, wiring and<br />

necessary civil works etc., complete.<br />

Make: Crompton Greaves (HIGH FLO LG)<br />

11.0) Supply and installation <strong>of</strong> 450 mm dia. 1440-RPM<br />

Exhaust fan suitable to operate on 230V, 50Hz single<br />

phase AC supply in existing hole, grouting <strong>of</strong> suitable<br />

nuts, bolts, including supply <strong>of</strong> gravitational lowers,<br />

necessary civil works, plastering, earthing etc.,<br />

complete to the entire satisfaction <strong>of</strong> Engineer In-<br />

Charge.<br />

Make: Crompton / Almonard<br />

30 Nos. Each<br />

20 Nos. Each<br />

4 Nos. Each<br />

12.0) Point Wiring With 2 Nos. <strong>of</strong> multi strand 1.5 Sq.mm<br />

PVC insulated copper wire preferably black colour for<br />

neutral <strong>of</strong> 600 volts grade in resistance welded heavy<br />

gauge rigid MS conduit pipe <strong>of</strong> 16 SWG from 20mm /<br />

25mm / 32mm (including supply <strong>of</strong> conduit and its<br />

accessories) supported on saddles with number <strong>of</strong><br />


4<br />

Sl.No. Description <strong>of</strong> work Qty Rate Unit Amount<br />

wires bunched at certain places, controlled by 5A,<br />

250V single pole Modular type switches and 15A<br />

Modular type switches for Flood light, Exhaust fans,<br />

flush marked mounted on suitable mounting boxes<br />

(MS), Inner plates, Cover plates with internal wiring.<br />

Supply being tapped from DB with 2 nos. <strong>of</strong> Multi<br />

strands 2.5 Sq.mm PVC copper wire for primary Light /<br />

Fan. Supply <strong>of</strong> all necessary accessories like ceiling<br />

rose, 6A, 3-pin socket with MS box (for wall mounted<br />

fans) earthing the installation with 1.5Sq.mm<br />

PVC,FRLS copper wire (Green colour) and numbering<br />

etc., complete.<br />

Make: Finolex (wires) & Northwest (switches)<br />

a) One switch controlling one lights / fans / wall<br />

mounting fans.<br />

b) One switch controlling two lights<br />

30 Nos.<br />

20 Nos.<br />

Each<br />

Each<br />

13.0) Supply and Installation, testing and commissioning <strong>of</strong><br />

04’ twin tube industrial box type fixture with 02<br />

Nos. <strong>of</strong> 36 watts fluorescent lamps with accessories<br />

like heavy duty copper chokes, starters, holders,<br />

condenser for PF improvement duly wired to be fixed<br />

to beam / ceiling / on false ceiling including supply <strong>of</strong><br />

all necessary accessories like supports, pipes, ball<br />

and sockets where needed, fasteners and earthing<br />

etc., complete.<br />

40 Nos Each<br />

Make: Crompton (IGP 1424HSB/1324HSB) / Philips.<br />

14.0) Supply and drawing <strong>of</strong> 600V grade PVC, FRLS,<br />

insulated copper wires in laid conduits in different<br />

colours preferably black colour for neutral and green<br />

colour for shield including interconnections etc.,<br />

complete.Make: FINOLEX.<br />

a) 4 Sq.mm PVC Copper Wire<br />

b) 2.5Sq.mm PVC Copper Wire<br />

c) 1.5 Sq.mm PVC Copper Wire.<br />

15.0) Supply and laying <strong>of</strong> heavy-duty 16 SWG MS conduit<br />

pipe with all accessories on wall / column / beam /<br />

partition / cubicles / concrete floor concealed / on<br />

ceiling duly supported on saddles,<br />

1000Mtrs.<br />

1000Mtrs.<br />

600Mtrs.<br />

Mtr<br />

Mtr<br />

Mtr<br />


5<br />

Sl.No. Description <strong>of</strong> work Qty Rate Unit Amount<br />

clamps, bends, junction boxes including earthing, minor<br />

civil works such as welding plastering and painting,<br />

etc., complete.<br />

Make: BEC / Gupta / National / Victory.<br />

a) 32 mm dia. MS conduit pipe<br />

b) 25 mm dia. MS conduit pipe.<br />

c) 20 mm dia. MS conduit pipe<br />

16.0) Preparation <strong>of</strong> earth station with 40mm dia ‘C’ class GI<br />

Pipe in pits nearly 3.0 Mtrs below the ground level for<br />

earthing arrangement, take <strong>of</strong>f provisions including<br />

excavation, providing salt, charcoal etc., confirming to<br />

IS specification with 600 x 600 x 450mm chamber<br />

covering with RCC cover etc., complete.<br />

17.0) Supply and laying <strong>of</strong> hot dip GI /Copper strip / wire as<br />

under including interconnections and tapping, wherever<br />

necessary on wall / partition / trench / underground by<br />

excavation from earth pit to the building, with required<br />

civil works like welding, clamping and painting etc.,<br />

complete.<br />

a) 25X6mm G.I Strip.<br />

b) 25X3mm G.I Strip.<br />

c) No.8 SWG GI wire.<br />

d)No.14 SWG Copper wire.<br />

18.0) Supply and installation <strong>of</strong> modular type North West<br />

make Inner plates, Cover plates with internal wiring<br />

and minor civil works etc., complete.<br />

Make: North West<br />

a) one Modular Concealed Ms Box<br />

b) Two Modular Concealed Ms Box<br />

c) Three Modular Concealed Ms Box<br />

d) Four Modular Concealed Ms Box<br />

100Mtrs.<br />

600Mtrs.<br />

100Mtrs.<br />

04Nos.<br />

50 Mtrs.<br />

100 Mtrs.<br />

400 Mtrs.<br />

800 Mtrs<br />

5 Nos.<br />

5 Nos.<br />

10 Nos.<br />

10 Nos.<br />

Mtr<br />

Mtr<br />

Mtr<br />

Each<br />

Mtr<br />

Mtr<br />

Mtr<br />

Mtr<br />

Each<br />

Each<br />

Each<br />

Each<br />


6<br />

Sl.No. Description <strong>of</strong> work Qty Rate Unit Amount<br />

e) Six Modular Concealed Ms Box<br />

f) Eight Modular Concealed Ms Box<br />

g) Twelve Modular Concealed Ms Box<br />

h) one Modular Cover Plate<br />

i) Two Modular Cover Plate<br />

j) Three Modular Cover Plate<br />

k) Four Modular Cover Plate<br />

l) Six Modular Cover Plate<br />

m) Eight Modular Cover Plate<br />

n) Twelve Modular Cover Plate<br />

o) Modular Switches 6A<br />

P)Modular Switches 15A<br />

Q)Modular fan Regulators<br />

19.0) Removal <strong>of</strong> Existing old Installations with connected<br />

cable and conduit etc., Complete.<br />

a) Power Distribution Boards<br />

b) Lighting Distribution Boards<br />

c) Twin Tube light Fixture<br />

d) Ceiling Fan<br />

e) ICTPN Switch (16A – 63A)<br />

f) RR Power socket.<br />

g) Switch Boards<br />

10 Nos.<br />

10 Nos.<br />

10 Nos.<br />

10 Nos.<br />

05 Nos.<br />

05 Nos.<br />

10 Nos.<br />

10 Nos.<br />

10 Nos.<br />

10 Nos.<br />

100 Nos.<br />

50 Nos.<br />

25 Nos.<br />

01No<br />

01No<br />

10Nos<br />

20Nos<br />

02Nos<br />

05Nos<br />

05Nos<br />

Each<br />

Each<br />

Each<br />

Each<br />

Each<br />

Each<br />

Each<br />

Each<br />

Each<br />

Each<br />

Each<br />

Each<br />

Each<br />

Each<br />

Each<br />

Each<br />

Each<br />

Each<br />

Each<br />

Each<br />

20.0) Supply and installation <strong>of</strong> 300 mm dia. 1440-RPM<br />

Exhaust fan suitable to operate on 230V, 50Hz single<br />

phase AC supply in existing hole, grouting <strong>of</strong> suitable<br />

nuts, bolts, including supply <strong>of</strong> gravitational lowers,<br />

necessary civil works, plastering, earthing etc.,<br />

complete to the entire satisfaction <strong>of</strong> Engineer In-<br />

Charge. Make: Crompton / Almonard.<br />

01 Nos. Each<br />


7<br />

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21.0) Supply and laying <strong>of</strong> heavy-duty 1.5mm thick PVC<br />

conduit pipe with all accessories on wall / column /<br />

beam / partition / cubicals / concrete floor concealed /<br />

on ceiling duly supported on saddles, clamps, bends,<br />

junction boxes including earthing, minor civil works such<br />

as welding plastering and painting, etc., complete.<br />

Make: Sudhakar<br />