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Postal Account Office, Maharashtra Circle, invites tenders for hoardings

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Postal Account Office, Maharashtra Circle, invites tenders for hoardings

The Director of Accounts (Postal), Maharashtra Circle, has invited sealed tenders under the ‘two-packet’ system offering advertising rights on hoardings in the office premises of Postal Account Office, Maharashtra Circle, Nagpur.

Successful bidders shall be allowed to display advertisements on these hoardings for a period of one year, which is extendable by another year. The EMD required for this tender is Rs 25,000. The estimated value of the contract is Rs 10 lakh.

Approximately three hoardings of 30' X 15' are being offered for display of advertisements. Successful bidders will be required to display the departments own advertisements in case there are vacant displays that are not commercially occupied.

The applicants should deposit the EMD at the cash counter in the office of the Director of Accounts (Postal), Nagpur, and original receipt in form ACG – 67 should be submitted along with the tender.

The EMD can also be deposited by a demand draft drawn in favour of the Senior Accounts Officer (Cash), Office of the Director of Account (Postal), Nagpur.

Tender forms can be obtained from Senior Accounts Officer (Admin) after payment of Rs 500 at the cash counter in the Office of the Director (Accounts) Postal, Nagpur or in any post office up to 12 pm on November 9, 2010.

The tender document can also be downloaded from the website. In this case, original cash receipt (ACG-67) issued by any post office or a demand draft of Rs 500, drawn in favour of Senior Accounts Officer (Cash), Office of Director of Accounts (Postal), Nagpur, will have to be attached with the technical bid.

Duly completed tenders should be enclosed in sealed envelopes and submitted latest by 1 pm on November 9, 2010. The tenders will be opened on the same day at 3 pm.


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