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Delhi Development Authority calls for empanelment of agencies

29-November-2011
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Delhi Development Authority calls for empanelment of agencies

Delhi Development Authority (DDA), the housing development authority in Delhi is scouting for creative partners for assistance in its advertising and communication programmes including designing, editing and production of Annual Administration reports, Leaflets, Brochure, News Letters, House Journal, Tender Notices, Press Advertisements and other works related to advertisement and publicity.

The eligibility criteria requires agencies to have independent Delhi based infrastructure and minimum turnover of 10 crore in each of the last 2 years.

The last date for submission of proposals is December 26, 2011.

The Delhi Development Authority was created in 1957 under the provisions of the Delhi Development Act to promote and secure the development of Delhi. DDA has played a vital role in the orderly-yet-rapid development of Delhi. The city has become the residence of choice for more than 11 million people and this number continues to increase.
 

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