Mission Bhagiratha Wikipedia Execution of Intra Village works – Guidelines The Shopping procedure similar to that of RWS&S Project funded by IDA World Bank will be adopted for execution of Civil works, which is as follows:
i. The Superintending Engineer, Mission Bhagiratha concerned shall make the infrastructure facilities to habitations in a phased manner according to the targets fixed as per the action plan for coverage of habitations.
ii. Each package proposed to be entrusted shall invariably consist of all capacities of OHSRs to be constructed in geographical area concerned.
iii. The Packages shall be made for an estimate cost in two categories a) up to 50.00 Lakhs and b) above Rs. 50 lakhs and up to 100.00 Lakhs. The package will be made as,
1. Works in same Gram Panchayat
2. Works of adjacent two or more Gram Panchayats within the Mandal
iv. A notification by publishing in local Newspaper calling for registered contractors willing to takeup construction of structures/distribution works of intra village to enroll themselves with an application along with required documents to any of the Superintending Engineers, Mission Bhagiratha within the specified time shall be issued by the SE, Mission Bhagiratha concerned. The Contractor can enroll with not more than two circles of Mission Bhagiratha.
v. The following documents are required for empanelment:
Mandatory documents for empanelment:
i. Filled in application form by the contractor
ii. Contractor’s Registration Copy.
iii. VAT registration Certificate.
iv. PAN card
v. A non-refundable application fee of Rs.10,000/- in the form of DD in favour of the Executive Engineer, TDWSP, Hyderabad.
vi. Self declaration stating “not blacklisted in any department of any state in India due to any reasons”. The contractor who is blacklisted in any State Government, Central Government and other organizations is not eligible to participate in the offer.
vii. The information regarding litigation history shall be furnished.
Other documents required:
i. Latest IT returns filed. Otherwise nil declaration should be
ii. Experience Certificates related to construction of structures such as OHBRs, OHSRs, GLBRs, GLSRs executed in Government departments, Undertakings, Boards, Corporations, Municipalities, Municipal Corporations and Urban Development Authorities shall only be considered. The experience certificate shall be issued by not below the rank of Executive Engineer/ Competent authority of concerned department
iii. Financial Turnover:
a. The contractors shall furnish their Financial Turnover in the last 10 years in support of their capabilities duly furnishing a certificate from Chartered Accountant. If the contractor worked as a sub-contractor as per relevant agreement provisions, then the experience of the sub-contract shall also be taken into account. In case of no turnover, the nil statement shall also be certified by the Chartered Accountant.
b. The contractor shall furnish a statement showing details of works on hand and yet to be awarded to arrive at their bid capacities.
vi. List of Technical Personnel employed with them along with their Qualification Certificates and Experience.
vii. Equipments available with them- owned/ hired.
The “Technical Committee” for Circle shall consist of
1. Chief Engineer concerned – Chairman
2. Superintending Engineer, Mission Bhagiratha concerned- Member Convener
3. All the Executive Engineers, Mission Bhagiratha of the circle concerned- Members
ii. After receiving the documents from the registered contractors, the SE, MISSION BHAGIRATHA concerned shall prepare a list of contractors according to their bid (financial) capacity in descending order. The committee will finalize the list of empanelled contractors if they satisfy the requirements.
iii. The empanelled contractors will be categorized in descending order based on their bid capacities in two categories as follows.
a) Above Rs. 50.00 Lakhs
b) Up to Rs. 50.00 Lakhs.
iv. The Technical committee will finalize the package of works in descending order of their estimated cost.
v. The Technical Committee shall identify the six contractors from the empanelled list according to their bid(financial turnover) capacity in descending order for the package with highest cost in descending order to offer their cost. For the next highest package, the subsequent six contractors from the empanelled list contractors shall be identified and call for their offer. In a similar way the works shall be called and offers received from the contractors respectively for the remaining works.
vi. The same procedure shall be followed for both the categories.
vii. The SE, MISSION BHAGIRATHA concerned shall request the identified contractors from the empanelled list to offer their cost for the respective package. The identified contractors will be intimated (By SMS through mobile/email) to collect the offer document along with BOQ in person or authorized person
viii. On or before the specified date, the SE, MISSION BHAGIRATHA concerned shall receive the offers from the identified contractors .
ix. The time allowed from the date of intimation to the date of receipt of offer shall be 7 days.
x. The contractor shall clearly specify the name of Package and EMD details on the sealed cover of offer.
xi. The Contractor shall pay 1.00 % of Contract Value towards EMD at the time of submission of their offer through Demand Draft from any Nationalized / Scheduled Bank in favour of the Executive Engineer, Mission Bhagiratha ———— Division concerned. The EMD paid by the unsuccessful participants will be returned after conclusion of agreement with successful contractor.
xii. Solvency: The bidder shall produce liquid assets/Credit facilities /Solvency certificates from any Indian Nationalized / Scheduled banks of value not less than Rs. ———-lakhs. (25% of ECV) for the works of estimate cost of more than Rs. 50.00 Lakhs. No solvency is required for the works of estimate cost less than Rs. 50.00 Lakhs.
xiii. An amount of 1.50 % of Contract Value towards FSD shall be paid by the contractor at the time of conclusion of the agreement in addition to the EMD amount of 1% paid at the time of submission of offer.
xiv. The SE, MISSION BHAGIRATHA concerned shall provide a sealed offer receiving box at his office right from the day of issue of offer letter to the contractor up to the last date and time for receiving offers.
xv. The SE, MISSION BHAGIRATHA concerned shall receive the offers from the contractors who submit their offers before scheduled date and time.
xvi. On the date and time specified, the SE, MISSION BHAGIRATHA concerned shall open the offers for the respective Packages before the concerned contractors who are present.
xvii. The SE, MISSION BHAGIRATHA concerned shall prepare the comparative statement for the received offers and place before the Technical committee for approval only if minimum three offers are received. If not the action is to be initiated to receive the offers afresh as per procedure stipulated above.
xviii. The offers more than the estimated contract value shall be rejected, and a fresh offer will be invited from the remaining empanelled list. For offers below 15% less over estimated Contract Value, an Additional Security deposit of Equivalent amount (above 15 %) shall be obtained before entering into agreement.
xix. The SE, MISSION BHAGIRATHA concerned will issue the LOA to the successful contractor to conclude the agreement within 3 working days. If the contractor fails to conclude the agreement, the EMD paid at the time of submission of offer shall be forfeited and the name will be deleted from the empanelled list.
xx. If the lowest offered contractor fails to enter into agreement, the second lowest offeror will be invited for an agreement if he agrees for the lowest offeror’s (L1) cost. Otherwise a fresh offer will be invited.
xxi. The SE, Mission Bhagiratha concerned shall enter into agreement with the successful offeror.
Retention and Defect liability period:
The procedure in vogue shall be implemented.
As the offer is a lump sum, the release of intermediate payment will be made at the percentages specified below.
Break up (%)
i. (a) Completion of Excavation for foundation laying of Lean concrete and RCC Footings/ raft including staircase. 10%
(b)Completion of Columns and braces up to Floor slab of container/ tank including staircase. 10%
Ii Completion of Floor slab/ Bottom slab/Vertical walls/ side walls including staircase. 30%
Iii Completion of Roof/ Top slab, Plastering and finishing including staircase. 15%
Iv Completion of Staircase, Erection of inlet, out let, over flow arrangements/ connections, bypass pipes, fixing of specials as per departmental instructions & DI valves and SS railings, Water level indicator, lightning conductor/ arrestor, inside ladder , Painting with three coats of epoxy paint to inner surface of the reservoir including roof dome and 2 coats of weather proof emulsion painting for external surfaces, lettering, and all other miscellaneous works ,etc., as per specifications and testing for water tightness etc., and complete.
V After commissioning of the structure/scheme 10%
1(b). In the interest of speedy execution of works, if there is no response from the contractors for above methodology, for such packages or group of packages regular procedure may also be adopted.
2. Civil Works (Distribution Pipelines & PLB duct)
The Civil works such as Excavation, CC road cutting( if required), bedding (if any), Laying, Jointing, Testing, Refilling , Household connections, PLB Duct laying, valve chambers, etc., are to be carried out by the local agencies/registered contractors as follows:
i. Through Nomination basis up to 5.00 Lakhs with habitation as unit finalized by District level committee headed by concerned Executive Engineer, Mission Bhagiratha consisting of all Deputy Executive Engineers of the district as members. The concerned Executive Engineer, Mission Bhagiratha will enter into agreement as stipulated above.
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ii. Works of more than 5.00 Lakhs and up to Rs. 50.00 Lakhs will be grouped as a package within the Mandal and the same shopping procedure adopted for OHSRs shall be followed.
The laying, jointing and testing of pipelines , PLB HDPE duct and Household connections shall be done in coordination with manufacturers.
3. Centralised Procurement of Pipes and Specials:
a. The Chief Engineer, V&QC will obtain the details of requirement of pipes, Taps and appurtenances, OHSR specials, Valves including PLB Duct habitation wise and calls tenders for discovering the rates. The rates shall be examined by the CE’s Committee and approved by the Engineerin-Chief, RWS&S.
b. The manufacturer / suppliers of all materials shall submit refundable deposit at the time of submission of tender as decided by the Engineerin-Chief, RWS&S.
c. Engineer-in-Chief,RWS&S shall enter into Agreement with the manufacturers/suppliers who agree with the rate and terms & conditions approved by the department.
d. Centralized procurement of materials will be done at the state level in a phased manner to match the availability of Bulk water at village OHSRs as per Milestones and recommended by the CE’s committee.
e. The pipes and appurtenances indented will invariably be subjected to pre and post-delivery Quality Control inspections as per rules in vogue.
f. The defect liability period is 5 years for supply of OHSR specials, pipes and valves only.
g. The defect liability period is 2 years for other materials like Taps and appurtenances.
The contractor may sublet to a maximum extent of 49% of apportioned work. The bidder shall furnish all the relevant documents of subcontractors engaged during execution of work for approval of the Engineer-in-Chief, RWS&S Department. However, the sub-contractors so engaged after conclusion of agreement shall have
the registration and work experience. The prime contractor shall also satisfy the capacities of the
sub-contractor while proposing them as subcontractor.
The payments shall be made only to the prime contractors/agencies to the extent of work done
by the sub-contractors.
b) The relevant experience of works executed by the Sub-Contractors engaged during the execution will be given to them.
G.O.RT.No. 989 Dated: 08-12-2016
The Engineer-in-Chief has submitted the proposal to the Punjab & Sind Bank for sanction term loan for implementation of Intra Village System works to six segments in erstwhile Karimnagar, Adilabad and Warangal Districts. The Punjab & Sind Bank, Hyderabad vide ref 2nd read above has forwarded the loan sanction letter for term-III Loan for an amount of Rs.119.00 cores as its share out of the total debt requirement of
Rs.1208.00 crores in the consortium along with terms and conditions of Andhra Bank led consortium for acceptance by the competent authority. As such the ENC, RWS&S, Hyderabad has requested the Govt., to provide concurrence/approval for the terms and conditions of loan sanctioned for the above segment and to issue necessary orders on the required documents to be provided by the Govt., in order to execute the loan
agreement with Andhra Bank.
The Engineer-in-Chief has submitted the proposal to the Indian Bank for sanction term loan for implementation of Intra Village System works to six segments in erstwhile Karimnagar, Adilabad and Warangal Districts. The Indian Bank, Hyderabad vide ref 2nd read above has forwarded the loan sanction letter for term-III Loan for an amount of Rs.169.00 cores as its share out of the total debt requirement of Rs.1208.00
crores in the consortium along with terms and conditions of Andhra Bank led consortium for acceptance by the competent authority. As such the ENC, RWS&S, Hyderabad has requested the Govt., to provide concurrence/approval for the terms and conditions of loan sanctioned for the above segment and to issue necessary orders on the required documents to be provided by the Govt., in order to execute the loan
agreement with Andhra Bank
The Engineer-in-Chief has submitted the proposal to the Dena Bank for sanction term loan for implementation of Intra Village System works to six segments in erstwhile Karimnagar, Adilabad and Warangal Districts. The Dena Bank, Hyderabad vide ref 2nd read above has forwarded the loan sanction letter for term-III Loan for an
amount of Rs.85.00 cores as its share out of the total debt requirement of Rs.1208.00 crores in the consortium along with terms and conditions of Andhra Bank led consortium for acceptance by the competent authority. As such the ENC, RWS&S, Hyderabad has requested the Govt., to provide concurrence/approval for the terms and
conditions of loan sanctioned for the above segment and to issue necessary orders on the required documents to be provided by the Govt., in order to execute the loan agreement with Andhra Bank.
Government after careful consideration of the matter, hereby accord permission to the Managing Director, Telangana Drinking Water Supply Corporation Limited to borrow the loan amount of Rs.169.31 Crores (Rupees One hundred Sixty Nine crores and Thirty One lakhs only) from Oriental Bank of Commerce as its share out of the total debt requirement of Rs.1208.00 crores against the Andhra Bank consortium for implementation Intra Village System works of six segments in erstwhile Karimnagar, Adilabad and Warangal Districts under Mission Bhagiratha with total estimated project cost of Rs.1510.38 crores (including Interest during construction), as per terms and conditions of Andhra Bank led consortium with finer rate of interest at 10.00% fixed
Linked to 1Year MCLR of Andhra Bank (i.e., 8.65%) + 1.35% = 10.00% p.a. subject to the condition that Rate of Interest at any time shall not be lower than the Andhra Bank MCLR. Government of Telangana will stand guarantee for repayment of loan taken from Oriental Bank of Commerce covering principal and interest; and provide state margin money (20% of the project cost) of Rs.42.3275 Crores (Rupees Forty Two
crores Thirty Two lakhs and Seventy Five thousands only) through budgetary support. The terms and Conditions as approved by the Government are appended as Annexure to this order.