Invitation EOI for Appointment of Internal Auditor for TEQIP-II


The Department of Technical Education is implementing “Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme (TEQIP)” under the State Project Facilitation Unit (SPFU), which is Centrally Sponsored Scheme through MHRD, GoI.  The Commissioner of Technical Education is also the State Project Advisor for SPFU invites Expression of Interest (EoI) from the Charted Accountant firms Empanelled with C & AG and whose minimum turnover is 25Lakhs per annum for the last three years to Internal Audit of the Project.  The selected auditor shall conduct an assessment of the adequacy of the Project Management, Financial Management, and Procurement Procedures including internal controls thereof for all the 24 Participating Institutions and o/o SPFU and to submit the reports as specified in ToR.  The auditor shall provide the project institutions with timely information and recommendations on the financial aspects of the project to enable the institutions to take corrective measures, wherever necessary.

The interested consultants must provide the proof of information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services along with the following on or before 22-08-2013.

a)   Name, address, facsimile number, e-mail ID & website address of the firm.

b)   Whether empanelled with the C & AG? If yes give details

c)   Number of partners and organizational structure of the Firm.

d)   Number of branches/ offices in the state with full addresses of the branches/offices.

e)   Number of professionally qualified staff working. Details of staff with their qualifications.

f)    Year-wise annual turnover of the Firm in INR for the last five years wef 2007-08 to 2011-12 (along with documentary evidence).

g)   Details of Audit and similar assignments undertaken during the last 5 years.

h)   Details of relevant Audit assignments undertaken for large Public Sector/ Government organizations.

i)     Details of experience in conducting audit of External funded projects e.g. World Bank, ADB etc.

A consultant will be selected in accordance with the World Bank’s Guidelines and procedures given under Procurement Manual for TEQIP Project.

List of Participating Institutions with address

SC – 1.1 (Government):

1.     JNTU College of Engineering, Pulivendula, Kadapa Dist.

2.     University College of Engineering, Kakatiya University, Kothagudem, Khammam Dist.

SC – 1.1 (Private Unaided):

1.     Aditya Institute of Technology & Management, Tekkali, Srikakulam

2.     Anurag Engineering College, Kodad, Nalgonda

3.     Aurora’s Scientific, Technological & Research Academy, Bandlaguda, Hyderabad

4.     Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Technology, Gandipet, Hyderabad

5.     Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering & Technology, Kukatpally, Hyderabad

6.     Madanapalle Institute of Technology & Science, Madanapalle

7.     Malla Reddy Engineering College, Medchal, R.R. District, Hyderabad

8.     Nizam Institute of Engineering & Technology, Nalgonda

9.     Shri Vishnu Engineering College for women, Vishnupur, Bhimavaram

10.   Sree Vidyanikethan Engineering College, Chittoor

11.   Vasavi College of Engineering, Ibrahimbagh, Hyderabad

12.   Vallurupalli Nageswara Rao Vignana Jyothi Institute of Engg. &Technology, Hyderabad

SC – 1.2 (Government):

1.     A U College of Engineering, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam

2.     JNTUH College of Engineering, Hyderabad

3.     JNTU College of Engineering, Kakinada

4.     University College of Engineering, Osmania University, Hyderabad

5.     University College of Technology, Osmania University, Hyderabad

6.     SVU College of Engineering, Tirupati

SC – 1.2 (Private Unaided):

1.     Gayatri Vidya Parishad College of Engineering, Madhurawada, Visakhapatnam

2.     GITAM Institute of Technology, GITAM University , Vishakhapatnam

3.     Sreenidhi Institute of Science & Technology, Ghatkesar, Hyderabad

4.     VR Siddhartha Engineering College, Kanuru, Vijayawada

NOTE:  The total number of institutions may vary from the existing 24 in view of court cases and 2nd cycle selections.

SELECTION CRITERIA FOR AUDIT OF FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

1. Appointment of Auditors:  The auditors will be appointed in accordance with the guidelines for procurement of consultants as contained in the Procurement Manual of the Project.  The process of appointment should be completed before the commencement of the FY for which the audit is to be done.  The auditors may be appointed initially for a period of 1 year and then extension for 2 years, subject to annual performance review. This will ensure continuity and the auditors will be able to assess the progress over time.  However, in case of re-appointment of the same auditor–

  • • ensure compliance with the Procurement Guidelines of the Manual; and
    • • re-confirm that the audit firm continues to satisfy the eligibility criteria as prescribed in the ToR.

2. Eligibility Criteria:

I.  The firm must be empanelled with C & AG, without which the application of the firm would not be considered.

II.  The existing Statutory Auditors firm or its partner is ineligible for Internal Auditor

III. Firms must qualify following minimum criteria:

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Particulars

Minimum Criteria

1.

Number of Full Time Partners associated with the firm for not less than 3 years with at least one being a Fellow CA (As per Certificate of ICAI as on 1.1.2009)

4

 

2.

Turnover of the firm (Average annual in last three financial yrs.)

Minimum

Rs.25 Lacks

3.

No. of Years of Firm Existence

5 Yrs.

4.

No. of assignments of Statutory Audit of Corporate/PSUs entities except Bank Branch Audit having a turnover of not less than Rs 25 crore in the last 3 years.

4

5.

No. of assignments: Experience of audit of Externally Aided Projects/ Social Sector Projects (other than Audit of Charitable Institutions & NGOs) in the last 3 years

4

 

Note:

a)    Any firm not qualifying these minimum criteria for 1 to 5 items of above table need not apply as their proposal shall be summarily rejected.

b)    Supporting Documents for Eligibility Criterions: Following supporting documents must be submitted by the firm along with the technical proposal:

  1. For S. No. 1 above, the firm must submit an attested copy of Certificate of ICAI as on 1.1.2009.
  2. For S. No. 2, the firm must submit, a copy of the balance sheet for the last three years.
  3. For S. No. 4 & 5, the firm must submit a copy of the appointment letters from the Audited organizations. Branch Audit of any Bank shall not be considered while taking into account the total number of assignments.

 

IV. The firm or any partners of the firm should not be black listed by any PSUs or Govt. Co. or any other organization in respect of any assignment or behavior. [Self attested affidavit on Rs.100/- stamp paper to be given in this regard by the authorized person of the firm]

EVALUATION CRITERIA FOR SELECTION OF AUDITOR

 

Evaluation Criteria: Expression of Interest (EOI)

The Evaluation Criteria for selecting the auditor are mentioned below:

S. No. Evaluation Criteria Maximum

Marks

1 Number of Partners

(2 marks up to 3 partners,1 for each additional partner)

10

 

2 Presence of the Head office of the Firm in Andhra Pradesh

10

3 Number of Professionally Qualified Staff

Between 10-25 staff-(5 marks)

More than 25 Staff-(10 marks)

10

4 Turnover for the last five years

More than 75 lacks and up to 100 Lacs-2 marks for each year

More than 100 Lacks – 4 marks for each year

20

5 Number of Audit and similar assignments undertaken during last 5 years (5 marks for each assignment, maximum three)

15

6 Number of World Bank Project Audits** undertaken during the last 5 years (5 marks for each assignment, maximum seven assignments)

35

  Total Marks

100

 

*    The audit firms must be empanelled with the C&AG and eligible for major audits

**  World Bank audits mean any audit conducted by the firm for World Bank clients, and includes both external audit and internal audit.

 

APPLICATION FORM

Name, address, facsimile number, e-mail ID and website address of the Firm  
Whether empanelled with the C & AG? If yes give details  
Number of partners and organizational structure of the Firm.  
Number of branches/ offices in the state with full addresses of the branches/offices.  
Number of professionally qualified staff working. Details of staff with their qualifications.  
Year-wise annual turnover of the Firm in INR for the last five years wef 2006-07  to 2011-12 (along with documentary evidence).  
Details of Audit and similar assignments undertaken during the last 5 years.  
Details of relevant Audit assignments undertaken for large Public Sector/ Government organizations.  
Details of experience in conducting audit of External funded projects e.g. World Bank, ADB etc.  

 

NOTE:  Enclose proof of evidence where ever necessary.

Annex – XXIII

TECHNICAL EDUCATION QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMME [TEQIP]

PHASE – II

TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR INTERNAL AUDITOR

Position         :        Internal Auditor

Organization   : ………………..

Duty Station   : …………………

Duration        : Initially for 1 year (further extension for 2 years based on performance)

BACKGROUND:

TEQIP II will be a Centrally Sponsored Scheme (CSS) of the Ministry of Human Resources Development (MHRD) and is expected to cover around 20 States and 200 institutions. The Central Government will finance 75% of the costs and the State Government the remaining 25% for all the Govt. Universities and their Constituent Engineering Colleges where as  Central Government will finance 60% of the costs and the State Government 20% and Private Institutions remaining 20% cost, unless the State is a Special Category State, in which case it finances 90% of the costs.

PROJECT COMPONENTS:

The Second Phase of the Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme is composed of the following components and sub-components:

Component 1 : Improving Quality of Education in Selected Institutions

  • Sub-Component 1.1 : Strengthening Institutions to improve learning outcomes and employability of graduates
  • Sub-Component 1.2 : Scaling-up Post Graduate education and Demand-Driven Research & Development and Innovation
  • Sub-Sub Component 1.2.1 : Establishing Centers of Excellence
    • Sub-Component 1.3 : Faculty Development for Effective Teaching (Pedagogical Training)

Component 2 : Improving System Management

  • Sub-Component 2.1 : Capacity Building to Strengthen Management
  • Sub-Component 2.2 : Project Management, Monitoring and Evaluation

IMPLEMENTATION ARRANGEMENTS:

I. Institutional and implementation Arrangements Central Level

Overall responsibility for the project will lie with the Department of Higher Education of the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD). MHRD will constitute a National Steering Committee assisted by a small National Project Directorate headed by the National Project Director (Secretary or Joint Secretary in charge of higher/technical education). MHRD will delegate day-to-day implementation to National Project Implementation Unit (NPIU).  MHRD will enter into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with each State Government.

State Level

State Governments will oversee and facilitate implementation in the institutions in their State through the State Project Facilitation Unit (SPFU) under the department responsible for technical education. The Secretary in-charge of technical education is overall responsible for project implementation in that State, assisted by the Director of Technical Education and the team in the SPFUs. Each State will enter into an MoU with each participating institution.

Institutional Level

At the institutional level, the Board of Governors (BOG) is the body responsible for institutional project design, reform and project implementation. The day-to-day implementation is coordinated by a TEQIP unit headed by the institutional Director and assisted by a senior faculty member as the TEQIP Nodal Officer. There will be expected 200 participating Project institutions sponsored by State Governments, including around 20 Centrally Funded Institutions (CFIs). These will be financed exclusively by the Central Government and will enter into an MoU directly with the MHRD under the supervision and facilitation of the NPIU.

II. Financial Management Arrangements

Budgeting: for project activities will be carried out as follows: (a) at the National Level, MHRD will be responsible for preparation of the budget for its own expenditure, releases to States as well as expenditure to be incurred at the Centrally Funded Institutions; and (b) at the State Level, the project budget will be prepared by the Department of Technical Education and submitted to the Finance Department for approval and inclusion in the overall budget for the State. This will be for total expenditure in the State, including GoI share. The share of GoI funds will be released by MHRD to States through GoI channels to the State Treasury, which will further release the funds to the Institutions.

Books of accounts for the project are maintained using double-entry bookkeeping principles. Standard books of accounts are maintained at the State and institutions. Most States/ institutions use an ‘off-the-shelf’ accounting software for recording/ compilation of information.

The Finance Function in NPIU will be headed by a Consultant Finance who will be assisted in his/her functions by an Associate Consultant and at least two Accounts Assistants. At the State level each SPFU is expected to have a full time person responsible for oversight of the FM function.

Disbursements from the World Bank will be made against quarterly Financial Monitoring Reports (FMRs), to be submitted within 45 days of close of each quarter. Expenditure as reported in the IUFRs will be subject to certification as per the Annual Audit Reports submitted for each State/ NPIU/CFIs.

Audits of States will be conducted by firms of Chartered Accountants appointed by SPFU. The Audit will cover Project Financial Statements from all institutions and SPFUs. Audits will be carried out in accordance with TORs acceptable to the Bank. The MHRD will provide the Bank with a Consolidated Report on Audit of the Project, including a consolidation of project expenditure and key observations forming part of the State audit reports, audit report for CFIs and NPIU.

Appointment of Internal Auditor for TEQIP-II

OBJECTIVE OF INTERNAL AUDIT:

The objectives of internal audit are as follows:

  • To evaluate adequacy of internal control system
  • To ensure compliance of laid down policies and procedures as documented in Financial Management Manual of the project.

Internal audit provides project management with timely information and recommendations on financial management aspects to enable the management to take corrective actions, wherever necessary, in due time.

 

NEED FOR INTERNAL AUDIT:

As laid down in Annex-7 of Project Appraisal Document (PAD), the SPFU has to appoint internal auditors for the project to perform audit on semi-annual basis at the institutions. Further, the Centrally Funded Institution will appoint internal auditors for carrying out internal audit of their institution on semi-annual basis.

SCOPE OF AUDIT:

The overall scope of Internal Audit in TEQIP II project will include:

(i) enable the auditor to confirm compliance with Financial Management Guidelines laid down for the project.

(ii) provide SPFU with timely and real time information on financial management aspects of the project, including internal controls, compliance with financing agreements and Institutions/areas in need for improvement and to enable follow-up action. This will involve regular and frequent visits to Institutions to check adherence with internal control requirements like bank reconciliations, timely maintenance of books/accounting software and accuracy of reporting.

COVERAGE OF AUDIT:

The audit would cover the entire project i.e., covering all sources and application of funds for the project, as considered necessary for the audit. The audit would also cover all consultancies or other contracts that may be entered into by the implementing agencies.

Specific areas of coverage of audit will include the following:

FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONS:

Internal audit of each implementing agency (IA) should be conducted on a semi-annual basis. It should be carried out in accordance with the Internal Auditing Standards of Institution of Chartered Accountants of India, and will include such substantive and control tests as the Internal Auditor considers necessary under the circumstances.  The internal auditor will conduct an assessment of the adequacy of the project Financial Management system, including internal controls. This would include aspects such as:-

a)    Whether appropriate controls as specified by the Financial Management Manual (FMM), Project Appraisal Document (PAD), General Financial Rules (GFRs), Project Implementation Plan (PIP) and other relevant Central/State Government notifications are operating satisfactorily. The auditor should suggest methods for improving weak controls or creating them where these controls do not exist.

b)    That proper books of account/operation of accounting software as laid down in the Financial Management Manual and adequate documentation is being maintained for timely and accurate reporting for project activities.

c)    An assessment of compliance with provisions of the financing agreements (Grant Agreement; Project Agreements, Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Institution and SPFU and State and NPIU.

d)    Efficiency and timeliness of funds flow mechanism at the level of State and institutions for project activities.

e)    That an adequate system is in place to ensure that goods, works and services are being procured in accordance with the procurement procedures prescribed for the project.  The audit should report by exception any such cases found where these guidelines are not followed.

f)    That an appropriate system of accounting and financial reporting exists, on the basis of which claims are prepared and submitted for reimbursement.

g)    Adequate records are maintained regarding assets created and assets acquired by the project, including details of cost, identification and location of assets.

h)    Checking adherence to FM aspects of Disclosure Management requirement of the project by implementing agencies.

i)     Verifying compliance with the recommendation of the internal audit report of the previous period (s) and provide comments thereon.

TIMING AND COVERAGE:

Internal audit will be carried out on a semi-annual basis and will include institutions. The Internal Audit firm will submit an Audit Schedule in advance to SPFU/CFIs and agree the schedule with the SPFU/ CFIs.

REPORTING:

In addition to detailed internal audit report, the auditor should provide an Executive Summary highlighting critical issues which require the attention of the Head of SPFU and Board of Governor (BOG) of Institution and the status of action on the previous recommendations.

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Period

No. of Institutions

Audit to be conducted in

Submission of Audit Report

1

1st April – 30th September

24

October

15th November

2

1st October – 31st March

24

April

15th May

 

PERIOD OF APPOINTMENT:

The auditor would be appointed for a period of 1 year beginning April, 2013 and cover the Financial Year ending on March 31st  2014. The contract may be extended to another two years on the basis of performance of the auditor.

GENERAL:

The auditor should be given access to all legal documents, correspondence, Books of Accounts, Finance Management Manual of the project, Project Implementation Plan (PIP), Project Appraisal Document (PAD), Development Credit Agreement, Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the State and the Institution, Government Orders and Office Orders and any other information associated with the Project and as deemed necessary by the Auditor.

Annexure to ToR

SUGGESTED FORMAT OF INTERNAL AUDIT REPORT

Part A: Brief details of the Auditee and Audit:

a. Name and address of the Auditee :

b. Names of Office bearers :

c. Name/s of Audit Team Members :

d. Days of audit :

e. Period covered in the previous audit :

f. Period covered in the current audit :

Part B: Executive Summary:

The Executive Summary should normally cover the following items:

a)  Objectives of audit

b)  Methodology of audit

c)  Status of implementation of the financial management system

d)  Status of compliance of previous audit reports, including major audit observations pending compliance

e)  Key areas of weaknesses that need improvement, classified into the following areas:

i.  Disallowance of expenditure as per the World Bank rules

ii.  Procedural Lapse

iii.  Accounting Lapse

iv.  Accounting books & records not maintained.

f) Recommendations for improvements

Executive Summary to include the following format:-

Para

No.

 

Observations Implications with risks involved

 

Recommendations for improvement

 

Auditee’s Comments/ Agreed Action Agreed Timeline for compliance

 

           
           
           
           

Part C: Compliance to previous Audit Reports

In this part, provide status of compliance with previous reports and detail pending audit observations. The views of the auditee should also be mentioned. In case there is any difficulty or problem in resolution of audit findings, these should be clearly highlighted.

Part D: Serious Observations:

In this part, provide details of serious audit observations, such as ineligible expenses, major lapses in internal controls, systemic weaknesses, procurement procedures not followed, incorrect information submitted for reimbursements, difference between cash drawn and expenditure reported, procedural lapse, accounting lapse, accounting books & records not maintained etc.

Part E: Other Observations:

Observations that are not serious in nature, but nonetheless require the attention of the Project should be detailed in this part.

Part F: Executive Summary and Suggestions/Recommendations:

Provide an Executive Summary of the observations mentioned in Part C and D along with suggestions/recommendations. Provide specific recommendations on internal control and systemic weaknesses. In addition to audit reports, the auditor will provide a report to Project Management highlighting findings during the period under review. This will be in the form of a consolidated Management Letter, which will inter-alia include:

a)    Comments and observations on the financial management records, systems and controls that were examined during the course of the review.

b)    Deficiencies and areas of weaknesses in systems and controls and recommendation for their improvement.

c)    Compliance with covenants in the financing agreement and comments, if any, on internal and external matters affecting such compliance.

d)    Matters that have come to attention during the review and might have a significant impact on the implementation of the Project.

e)    Any special review procedures required of a compliance nature (for example, compliance of procurement procedures and procedure for selection of consultants etc. recommended by the World Bank).

f)    Any other matters that the auditor considers pertinent.

Annex – XXV

TECHNICAL EDUCATION QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMME [TEQIP] PHASE – II

SELECTION CRITERIA FOR AUDIT OF FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

1. Appointment of Auditors

The auditors will be appointed in accordance with the guidelines for procurement of consultants as contained in the Procurement Manual of the Project. The process of appointment should be completed before the commencement of the FY for which the audit is to be done. The auditors may be appointed initially for a period of 1 year and then extension for 2 year, subject to annual performance review. This will ensure continuity and the auditors will be able to assess the progress over time. However, in case of re-appointment of the same auditor –

  • • ensure compliance with the Procurement Guidelines of the Manual; and
  • • re-confirm that the audit firm continues to satisfy the eligibility criteria as prescribed in the ToR.

2. Eligibility Criteria:

I.  The firm must be empanelled with C & AG, without which the application of the firm would not be considered.

II.  The existing Statutory Auditors firm or its partner is ineligible for Internal Auditor

III. Firms must qualify following minimum criteria:

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Particulars

Minimum Criteria

1.

Number of Full Time Partners associated with the firm for not less than 3 years with at least one being a Fellow CA (As per Certificate of ICAI as on 1.1.2009)

4

 

2.

Turnover of the firm (Average annual in last three financial yrs.)

Minimum

Rs.25 Lacks

3.

No. of Years of Firm Existence

5 Yrs.

4.

No. of assignments of Statutory Audit of Corporate/PSUs entities except Bank Branch Audit having a turnover of not less than Rs 25 crore in the last 3 years.

4

5.

No. of assignments: Experience of audit of Externally Aided Projects/ Social Sector Projects (other than Audit of Charitable Institutions & NGOs) in the last 3 years

4

Note:

c)    Any firm not qualifying these minimum criteria for 1 to 5 items of above table need not apply as their proposal shall be summarily rejected.

d)    Supporting Documents for Eligibility Criterions: Following supporting documents must be submitted by the firm along with the technical proposal:

  1. For S. No. 1 above, the firm must submit an attested copy of Certificate of ICAI as on 1.1.2009.
  2. For S. No. 2, the firm must submit, a copy of the balance sheet for the last three years.
  3. For S. No. 4 & 5, the firm must submit a copy of the appointment letters from the Audited organizations. Branch Audit of any Bank shall not be considered while taking into account the total number of assignments.

IV. The firm or any partners of the firm should not be black listed by any PSUs or Govt. Co. or any other organization in respect of any assignment or behavior. [Self attested affidavit on Rs.100/- stamp paper to be given in this regard by the authorized person of the firm]

EVALUATION CRITERIA FOR SELECTION OF AUDITOR

Evaluation Criteria: Expression of Interest (EOI)

The Evaluation Criteria for selecting the auditor are mentioned below:

S. No. Evaluation Criteria Maximum

Marks

1 Number of Partners

(2 marks up to 3 partners,1 for each additional partner)

10

 

2 Presence of the Head office of the Firm in Andhra Pradesh

10

3 Number of Professionally Qualified Staff

Between 10-25 staff-(5 marks)

More than 25 Staff-(10 marks)

10

4 Turnover for the last five years

More than 75 lacks and up to 100 Lacs-2 marks for each year

More than 100 Lacks – 4 marks for each year

20

5 Number of Audit and similar assignments undertaken during last 5 years (5 marks for each assignment, maximum three)

15

6 Number of World Bank Project Audits** undertaken during the last 5 years (5 marks for each assignment, maximum seven assignments)

35

  Total Marks

100

 *   The audit firms must be empanelled with the C&AG and eligible for major audits

** World Bank audits mean any audit conducted by the firm for World Bank clients, and includes both external audit and internal audit

The list of project Institutions:

SC – 1.1 (Government):

1.     JNTU College of Engineering, Pulivendula, Kadapa Dist.

2.     University College of Engineering, Kakatiya University, Kothagudem, Khammam Dist.

SC – 1.1 (Private Unaided):

1.     Aditya Institute of Technology & Management, Tekkali, Srikakulam

2.     Anurag Engineering College, Kodad, Nalgonda

3.     Aurora’s Scientific, Technological & Research Academy, Bandlaguda, Hyderabad

4.     Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Technology, Gandipet, Hyderabad

5.     Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering & Technology, Kukatpally, Hyderabad

6.     Madanapalle Institute of Technology & Science, Madanapalle

7.     Malla Reddy Engineering College, Medchal, R.R. District, Hyderabad

8.     Nizam Institute of Engineering & Technology, Nalgonda

9.     Shri Vishnu Engineering College for women, Vishnupur, Bhimavaram

10.   Sree Vidyanikethan Engineering College, Chittoor

11.   Vasavi College of Engineering, Ibrahimbagh, Hyderabad

12.   Vallurupalli Nageswara Rao Vignana Jyothi Institute of Engg. &Technology, Hyderabad

SC – 1.2 (Government):

1.     A U College of Engineering, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam

2.     JNTUH College of Engineering, Hyderabad

3.     JNTU College of Engineering, Kakinada

4.     University College of Engineering, Osmania University, Hyderabad

5.     University College of Technology, Osmania University, Hyderabad

6.     SVU College of Engineering, Tirupati

SC – 1.2 (Private Unaided):

1.     Gayatri Vidya Parishad College of Engineering, Madhurawada, Visakhapatnam

2.     GITAM Institute of Technology,  GITAM University , Vishakhapatnam

3.     Sreenidhi Institute of Science & Technology, Ghatkesar, Hyderabad

4.     VR Siddhartha Engineering College, Kanuru, Vijayawada

APPLICATION FORM

Name, address, facsimile number, e-mail ID and website address of the Firm  
Whether empanelled with the C & AG? If yes give details (along with documentary evidence)  
Number of partners & their details and organizational structure of the Firm.  
Number of branches/ offices in the state with full addresses of all the branches/offices along with contact Nos.  
Number of professionally qualified staff working. Details of staff with their qualifications.  
Year-wise annual turnover of the Firm in INR for the last three years wef 2007-08 to 2011-12 (along with documentary evidence)  
Details of Audit and similar assignments of Corporate offices undertaken during the last 5 years.  
Details of relevant Audit assignments undertaken for large Public Sector/ Government organizations.  
Details of experience in conducting audit of External funded projects e.g. World Bank, ADB etc.  

 

NOTE:  Enclose proof of evidence where ever necessary.


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