National Seeds Corporation (NSC) Ltd, Schedule B, a Mini Ratna company under the administrative control of the Ministry of Agriculture, is looking to empanel advertising agencies located in New Delhi to handle its advertising duties. The last date for submission of proposals is September 23, 2011.
As per an official document released by NSC, in order to be shortlisted for the process, agencies submitting their proposals must have a full-fledged office in Delhi with necessary infrastructure, manpower and proof reading facilities, past experience of working with at least five government bodies/ Public Sector Undertakings and financial turnover of not less than Rs 20 crore per annum during the last three years.
The empanelled agencies will be responsible for releasing of advertisements, tender notices, etc., in various newspapers on local/ all India bases as and when required. The selection of agencies will be based on a two-stage process comprising meeting the mandatory eligibility criteria and percentage of discount being offered over the tariff. The final selection of agencies for empanelment would be done on the basis of maximum discount offered by the technically qualified agencies in the sealed cover.
The period of empanelment of the ad agency is for a period of two years and is extendable by one more year.
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