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West Central Railways calls for empanelment of agencies

17-October-2011
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West Central Railways calls for empanelment of agencies

West Central Railways has called for a pitch to empanel ad agencies having offices in Jabalpur for entrusting day to day creative artwork and release of display classified advertisement and tender notices to various newspapers of different languages. The last date for receiving applications is November 14, 2011.

The department has also sought details of the agencies offices in Bhopal and Kota apart from Jabalpur.

The ad agencies will have to release advertisements in an eye catching manner and in minimum space in newspapers, magazines having DAVP rates on an all India basis, and in other publications as and when instructed.

More information can be obtained from the West Central Railways official website.

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