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Tehri Hydro Development Corporation of India scouts for creative agencies

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Tehri Hydro Development Corporation of India scouts for creative agencies

Tehri Hydro Development Corporation of India, Rishikesh , a joint venture of the Government of India and the Government of Uttar Pradesh under the Ministry of Power, has invited applications for empanelment of advertising agencies. The scope of work includes publication of NIT, recruitment advertisements, organising exhibitions/ fairs and so on to cater to the needs of corporate office and all its projects/ units located in India and Bhutan.

The eligibility criteria for the agencies who wish to participate include having full INS accreditation for the preceding two years. The agencies should have a minimum average annual turnover of Rs 4 crore for the last three years and not be under a declaration of ineligibility for corrupt and fraudulent practices/ poor performance/ failure issued by the Govt. of India / State Govt. /Govt. Dept/ PSUs/ World Bank/ Asian Development Bank.

Last date for submission of applications is December 5, 2011. The period of empanelment with the PSU will be for two years.



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