15.11.2006 - New Delhi Municipal Council

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ARRANGEMENT OF BUSINESS AS PER REGULATION 14 (1) OF
PROCEDURE AND CONDUCT OF BUSINESS REGULATIONS, 1997.
14(1)
Business
a
Confirmation of the last Council’s Meeting held on 13.10.2006.
b
Question asked by Members of the Council.
c
Business from the Chairperson.
d
Reports of Committees
e
Notice of Resolution given by the Members under the provisions of
Section 23.
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a) Confirmation and signing at such meeting by the presiding officer
thereof of the minutes of the last ordinary meeting or meetings or
and of the minutes of any special meeting since the last ordinary
meeting.
Minutes of last Council’s meeting No. 8/2006-07 held on
13.10.2006 at 10.00 AM is placed below for confirmation. (See pages 2 –
5).
COUNCIL DECISION
Information Noted
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NEW DELHI MUNICIPAL COUNCIL
PALIKA KENDRA : NEW DELHI
MINUTES OF THE COUNCIL’S MEETING NO. 08/2006-2007
HELD ON 13.10.2006 AT 10.00 AM.
MEETING NO.
:
08/2006-2007
DATED
:
13.10.2006
TIME
:
10.00 A.M.
PLACE
:
PALIKA KENDRA, NEW DELHI.
PRESENT :
1.
Smt. Sindhushree Khullar
-
Chairperson
2.
Smt. Tajdar Babar
-
Vice Chairperson
3.
Sh. Ashok Ahuja
-
Member
4.
Sh. M.M. Kutty
-
Member
5.
Sh. Mukesh Bhatt
-
Member
6.
Ms. Sima Gulati
-
Member
7.
Sh. Keshav Chandra
-
Secretary, N.D.M.C.
In view of decision of the Council in its meeting dated 20.09.2006 vide Item
No. 3(A-22), a presentation was made regarding restoration of Gole Market and
Surrounding buildings.
Arrangement of business as per regulation 14 (1) of Procedure and
Conduct of Business Regulations, 1997.
a) Confirmation and signing at such meeting by the presiding officer
thereof of the minutes of the last ordinary meeting or meetings or
and of the minutes of any special meeting since the last ordinary
meeting.
Minutes of last Council’s meeting No. 7/2006-07 held on
20.09.2006 at 2.30 PM was confirmed in this meeting vide Item No. 10 (C32).
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b) Questions:No question u/s 28 of the NDMC Act 1994 was placed in the meeting.
c) Business from the Chairperson:ITEM NO.
ITEM
PROCEEDINGS
1 (W-7)
Project for Re-development of Yashwant
Place Cinema Complex – “Appointment of
consultant thereof”.
Information Noted.
2 (G-4)
Review of facility of concessional electricity
tariff to the NDMC employees.
Not approved.
3 (E-9)
Fixing of Norms for construction of public
conveniences/urinal blocks in NDMC Area.
Deferred.
After detailed discussion, the Council
desired that a detailed report containing
numbers of toilets constructed earlier
and required to be constructed in future
along with their location on map be
brought before the Council on the basis
of norms suggested.
4 (D-4)
Deposit of surplus money – Standing to the
credit of the General Account – Selection of
Scheduled banks as per provision of Section
52 of the NDMC Act, 1994 – by the Council
and intimation of the deposits in selected
banks.
Information noted. However, in case,
there is a guideline from Govt. of India
the same is to be strictly adhered to.
5 (A-28)
Supply of water through water tanker
against payment basis.
Not approved.
6 (S-4)
Approval of the New Delhi Municipal Council
(Imposition of Fine on Municipal Employees)
Regulations 2006.
The Council approved the New Delhi
Municipal Council (Imposition of Fine on
Municipal Employees) Regulations, 2006.
7 (E-10)
New Delhi Municipal Council (Swimming
Pool) Bye Laws.
The Council approved the New Delhi
Municipal Council (Swimming Pool) Bye
Laws.
8 (C-31)
Naming-Renaming of roads, streets, parks,
installation of statues etc. in NDMC area.
Approved.
Resolved by Council that the proposal at
Para 4 (1) to (5) are approved with
following additions in Para 4(2)…”
Renaming can only be an exception.
Recommendations can be given by the
Council
regarding
renaming.
Any
contrary decision of the Government of
India shall be brought to the notice of
the Council.
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9 (H-4)
Compassionate appointments in Group ‘D’
posts.
Approved.
Resolved by the Council that the ceiling
of 5% of available vacancies, for
appointments
on
compassionate
grounds,
as
stipulated
by
the
Department of Personnel and Training,
Govt. of India be strictly adhered to
pending decision from M/o Home Affairs.
The Council further decided that
appointments on compassionate grounds
be made on seniority basis only.
11 (A-29)
Providing road signage on BOT basis in
NDMC area.
Deferred.
Resolved by the Council that answers to
the queries raised by the Finance
Department be included in the preamble.
Further resolved that the item be placed
once again in its original form before the
Council.
12 (U-1)
Annual Estimate for the work “Security and
Traffic Services/Arrangements at NDMC
Buildings under Group Contract A to H” for
the year 2006-07.
Approved.
Resolved
by
the
Council
that
administrative approval and expenditure
sanction amounting to Rs.3,97,56,277/for the work of Security and Traffic
Services/Arrangements
at
NDMC
Buildings under Group Contract A to H”
for the year 2006-07.
13 (H-5)
Regulations relating to the qualifications of
candidates and manner of selection for
appointments to posts referred to in Section
43(1) (C) of the N.D.M.C. Act, 1994; (in
common parlance called “Recruitment
Regulations”).
Deferred.
14 (C-33)
Action Taken Report on the Council’s
Resolutions w.e.f. July, 2006 to September,
2006.
Information noted.
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d)
Reports:-
ITEM NO.
ITEM
PROCEEDINGS RECORDED
15 (C-34)
Report in respect of Council’s Resolution No. 7(A-8)
dated 19.05.2006.
Discussed and noted
16 (C-35)
Report in respect of Council’s Resolution No. 5(A-15)
dated 19.7.06.
Discussed and noted
17 (C-36)
Report in respect of Council’s Resolution No. 35(L-1)
dated 19.07.2006.
Discussed and noted
18 (C-37)
Report in respect of Council’s Resolution No. 16(C-3)
dated 19.4.06.
Discussed and noted
19 (C-38)
Report in respect of Council’s Resolution No. 26(E-3)
dated 19.05.2006.
Discussed and noted
20 (C-39)
Report in respect of Council’s Resolution No. 5(E-4)
dated 21.06.2006.
Discussed and noted
21 (C-40)
Report in respect of Council’s Resolution No. 1(J-1)
dated 26.04.2006
Discussed and noted.
22 (C-41)
Report in respect of Council’s Resolution No. 13(M-3)
dated 19.05.2006
Discussed and noted
23 (C-42)
Report in respect of Council’s Resolution No. 19(C-9)
dated 19.05.2006
Discussed and noted
24 (C-43)
Report in respect of Council’s Resolution No. 11(K-2)
dated 19.07.2006
Discussed and noted
e) Notices of resolutions given by the members under the provision
to Section 23 of NDMC Act, 1994.
No resolution was moved by the Members for this meeting.
Assurances :
In response to a query raised by Sh. Ashok Ahuja, Member, regarding
providing of electricity to JJ Clusters in NDMC area, the Council was assured by the
Engineer-in-Chief that the work will be completed in 6 months time.
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b)
Questions:No question u/s 28 of the NDMC Act 1994 was placed in the meeting.
c)
ITEM NO.
Business from the Chairperson:SUBJECT
PAGE
1 (A-30)
Improvement to NDMC Barat Ghar, Moti Bagh. SH :
Moti Bagh, New Delhi.
2 (B-9)
Renewal of annual maintenance contract of OTIS lifts in various municipal
buildings.
12 – 14
Outsourcing for leasing of supply, installation and commissioning for new
computer systems, peripherals and provision of one IT assistant in 46 NDMC
schools under Director (Edn.) NDMC, New Delhi.
15 – 17
Augmentation of sewerage in the area bounded by Bapa Nagar, Shershah Suri
Marg and Dr. Zakir Hssain Marg. SH: Re-location of NDMC Jaipur House Sewage
Pumping Station- Approval of Survey Report.
18 – 20
Desilting and Rehabilitation of 66” dia trunk sewer line from Q Point to Dayal
Singh College in NDMC area by NDMC (Approval in principle- Decision thereof)
21 – 24
Fire Maintenance Services in NDMC Buildings During 2006-2007, SH:
Procurement of Disaster Management & Emergency Rescue Tender in case of
Unexpected calamity in NDMC area.
25 – 28
Annual estimate for the work “Maintenance of Parks and Gardens in NDMC area”
for the year 2006-07.
29 – 32
8(O-1)
Annual Audit Report for the year ended March 2005.
33 – 35
9(A-33)
Strengthening and Resurfacing of roads in NDMC area SH : P/L Mastic Asphaltic
Concrete Wearing Course at GPO Round About.
36 – 37
Strengthening of water supply system in NDMC area. SH: Replacement of 27”
dia H.S. Pipeline from Hasanpur Reservoir to Safdarjung Road.
38 – 40
Purchase of Distribution Transformers of 1000 KVA Dry Type (Cast Resin) of
11/0.415 KV rating.
41 – 44
Contracts/Schemes involving an expenditure of Rs. 1 Lac but not exceeding Rs.
50 Lacs.
45
46 – 52
13(C-45)
Action Taken Report on the status of ongoing schemes / works approved by the
Council.
53
54 – 88
14(A-35)
Strengthening and resurfacing of roads in NDMC area during 2005-2006 by
Microsurfacing.
15(H-6)
Regulations relating to the qualifications of candidates and manner of selection
for appointments to posts referred to in Section 43(1)(c) of the N.D.M.C. Act,
1994; (in common parlance called “Recruitment Regulations”).
3(M-7)
4(A-31)
5(A-32)
6(U-2)
7(N-1)
10(A-34)
11(B-10)
12(C-44)
16 (M-8)
NDMC wedding mart at
ANNEX
URE
Cash disbursement to all the Students Nry to Class XIIth of NDMC Schools &
aided schools at the rate of Rs.250/-,380/-,420/-550/- per student in the
academic year 2006-2007.
7 – 11
90 – 93
94 – 96
140 -142
97 -137
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ITEM No. 1 (A- 30 )
1.
Name of the subject/ project :
Sub: Improvement to NDMC Barat Ghar, Moti Bagh.
SH : NDMC wedding mart at Moti Bagh, New Delhi.
2.
Name of the deptt./deptt. concerned :
Civil Engg. Deptt., NDMC
3..
Brief History :
The existing Barat Ghar at Moti Bagh was commissioned in March 1988 and
consists of a hall on the Ground floor, kitchen, dormitory, rooms, Toilets, office
space with a mezzanine floor with rooms and toilets. This is an important &
flagship facility used extensively for marriages and other community gatherings &
functions, and is now in a deteriorated condition and has not been upgraded.
Expectations of the users in such centers have considerably changed and the users
look forward to a facility that equals most other facilities of similar nature. The
marriage function is an event to remember by & should leave a memorable
experience by its appearance outside and its ambience inside with comfortable
facilities to cater to the event. It is with this intention that this Barat Ghar needs to
be upgraded with the facilities to the acceptable standards in keeping with modern
trends and comfort levels.
4.
Detailed proposal on the subject/project:
An estimate amounting to Rs. 1,37,20,500/- as has been framed by the Architect
Consultant is submitted to obtain the A/A & E/S from the Council. The brief
summary of the cost involved in the project is given as under.
S.No.
Description of Item
1.
2.
3.
4.
Civil Works
Electrical Works
Sanitary Works
Landscaping
Total
Amount (Rs.)
96,40,743/25,44,446/6,59,671/8,75,595/1,37,20,455/Say Rs. 1,37,20,500/-
5.
Financial implications of the proposed project/subject:
The total financial implications of the project/on the subject would be
Rs. 1,37,20,500/-. This amount is on the basis of details submitted by Architect
Consultant appointed for the project of modernization of Barat Ghar at Moti Bagh.
There is a budget provision of Rs. 2.0 lacs exists under the Head of A/C
D.4.2.4. vide item no. 119 during the year 2006-07.
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6.
Implementation schedule with timeliness for each stage
including internal processing:
TE NTA TI VE TI M E S C H ED UL E
Sl.No
Stage/Activity
Target
date
Remarks
1.
Appointment of consultant and signing of
agreement.
Completed.
2.
Concept design and Report Rough cost P.E.
etc.
Preliminary design, drawings incorporations
of modification suggested by employer
Completed
3.
03.11.06
4.
Approval by statutory body
NDMC , Fire Authority
18.11.06
5.
Working drawings, Tender documents, Bill
of Quantities, short listing of contractor,
Tendering process
01.01.07
6.
Date of Start
15.01.07
7.
Completion of work
14.10.07
8.
Likely commissioning of Project in all
respects
01.11.07
7. Comments of the Finance Deptt. on the subject:
In view of clarification given by the deptt. as well as recommendation of E-IN-C, we
concur in the PE amounting to Rs.1,37,20,500/- (Rs. One Crore thrity Seven lac lacs
twenty thousand five hundred only) for the work of Imp. to Barat Ghat, Moti Bagh
as checked by Planning and chargeable to head of account D.4.2.4 item no.119 of
BE 2006-07 subject to the following conditions :
1. The following points may be brought in sufficient detail in the draft agenda
for the Council duly supported by relevant data:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
The existing assets/ system/ facilities
Drawback and deficiencies of the existing assets/system/
facilities.
Extent of utilization of the existing assets/ system/ facilities.
Necessity for creation of new or augmentation/ replacement of
the existing assets/ system/ facilities.
Statistical parameters to establish the need of creation of new
assets/ system/ facilities or augmentation/ replacement of
existing ones.
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2. A realistic time line will be drawn out for implementation of the project
including the process of framing up the estimates and the carrying through
of the tender process.
3. Detailed estimate will be drawn after getting the specifications as well as
the design approved by E-in-C.
4. Rates adopted for detailed estimate will be duly and credibly justified.
5. The aspect of segregating the premises from adjoining residential areas by
creating a green sound barrier will be examined by the Architect and
incorporated in the detailed estimates.
6. The status of the FAR adopted for the renovation will be rechecked with
reference to validity of existing FAR in relation to Delhi Master Plan 2021.
8. Comments of the Department on comments of Finance Deptt.
It is clarified as under:
1. (a) The existing facility consists of: A hall on the Ground floor, kitchen,
dormitory, Toilets, office space with mezzanine floor with rooms and
toilets.
(b)
1.
2.
Drawback and deficiencies of the existing assets/system/ facilities
are:
The building, which is used extensively for marriages, has deteriorated.
The building in its appearance gives an appearance of public dealing
office rather than a celebratory building.
The building lacks sufficient arrival and gathering space at the entrance
to mark sense of arrival such as reception of barat etc.
The hall on ground floor is insufficient as much of space, is occupied
pantry etc. and needs remodeling.
Existing infrastructure is inadequate.
Toilets & Change Room facilities are inadequate.
3.
4.
5.
6.
(c).
Extent of utilization of the existing assets/ system/ facilities.are:
1.
Structural system is not to be tampered with. Internal modifications in
removal of walls and addition of partition walls. Cladding systems
proposed for up gradation use existing structural system.
2.
Existing services infrastructure is inadequate, i.e. electrical, plumbing
and air-conditioning & existing conduits and other inbuilt facilities are
proposed to be used.
(d) & (e)
Necessity for creation of new or augmentation/ replacement of the
existing assets/ system/ facilities are :
i.
ii.
Sufficient kitchen space to cater for banquets. It is therefore
proposed to utilize the rear block of the building extensively
for kitchen & stores. Proposed kitchen would be of modern
facility that would be acceptable to most caterers. The could
enhance the outside environment of the building, as
currently food is being prepared outside.
It is proposed to have a separate service entry so that there
is no cross traffic of guests and services.
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iii.
iv.
v.
vi.
vii.
viii.
ix.
x.
xi.
xii.
xiii.
It is proposed to air condition the halls with air cooled chiller
units to be placed on the terrace of the building.
Imp. & Upgradation of toilet facilities with good amenities
are proposed.
Upper levels of the building is to be used for private
function and few bridal suits for the convenience of the
users.
It is proposed to create a large banquet/ marriage hall to
cater to the growing demand of space.
Appropriate Kitchen/ pantry facilities and pre-function spaces
are planned.
To help in vertical transportation for senior citizens &
physically challenged, an elevator is proposed.
It is proposed to reorganize and upgrade the landscape
around the building so that the lawns are better utilized and
look more inviting.
Segregation/ barriers by innovative landscaping are
proposed.
It is proposed to have suitable electrical back up for
emergency.
Fire detection/ fire fighting systems suitable for gathering
spaces of this nature are proposed as per NBC & CFO
guidelines which are currently inadequate.
Most importantly, the up gradation plan would be a
sustainable facility not only by its plan but also by the
judicious use of materials & finishes that would withstand
aggressive and incessant use.
2.
It will be ensured that a realistic time line has been drawn for
implementation of
the project including the process of framing up the estimates and the
carrying
through of the tender process.
3.
Detailed estimate will be framed after getting the specifications as
well
as the design approved by E-IN-C.
4.
justified.
Rates adopted for detailed estimate shall be duly and credibly
5.
The aspect of segregation the premises from adjoining residential
areas by
creating a green sound barrier shall be examined by the Architect
and
incorporated in the detailed estimate.
6.
9.
The same shall be checked from Chief Architect.
Legal Implication of the project:
NIL
10. Details of previous Council Resolutions, existing law of
Parliament and Assembly on the Subject:
NIL
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11. Comments of the Law Department on the subject/Project
No law point is involved.
1. However, I would suggest that toilets for the staff/tentwales should be
outside the main building. Dirty toilets is the main complaint about these
Barat Ghars.
2. Can also try to have transfer of flats at approach road, if necessary by
exchange with other NDMC flats.
12. Comments of the Department on the comments of Law Deptt.
No law Point is involved.
It is clarified as under:
xiv.
xv.
The matter is being taken up with Architect for taking
suitable action to keep the extra toilets for the
staff/tentwales outside the main building.
The matter shall be taken up in the 2nd phase.
13. Recommendation of CE (C-II):
The case is placed before the Council for approval of the proposal & to
accord
Administrative Approval & Expenditure sanction to the Preliminary
Estimate
amounting to Rs. Rs.1,37,20,500/- (Rs. One Crore thrity seven lacs
twenty thousand five hundred only)
COUNCIL’S DECISION
Resolved by the Council that approval to the proposal & AA&ES to the Preliminary
Estimate amounting to Rs.1,37,20,500/- is accorded.
Further, the Council observed as under:i)
No additional funds for expenditure on installing/upgrading fire fighting
system will be sanctioned to the department.
ii)
Council expressed its concern over the delay caused in the completion
of renovation work of Kaka Nagar Barat Ghar.
A report is to be placed before the Council under whose permission the booking of
Kaka Nagar Barat Ghar was resumed while it was closed for renovation.
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ITEM NO. 2 (B- 9)
1.
Name of the subject/ project :
2.
:
Na me of D e pa r tm e n t
3.
Brief History of the Proposal
:
RENEWAL OF ANNUAL
MAINTENANCE
CONTRACT OF OTIS
LIFTS
IN
VARIOUS
MUNICIPAL
BUILDINGS.
EL E C TR I C ITY
DEP AR T ME NT
:
The Annual Maintenance Contract of OTIS (Make) lifts in various municipal
buildings is with M/s OTIS Elevators Company (India) Ltd, since their installation.
The present maintenance contract awarded to this firm with the prior approval of
council vides its Res. No.3 (Vii) dated 27-06-2003, had expired on 30/06/2006. The
firm vide their letter No.D-2/M.E./4391: NKS: SA dated 15/04/2006 furnished their
offer for renewal of the maintenance contract for a further period of three years
w.e.f.01/07/2006, with an increase of 8% every year on the last years approved
rates. The last contract was awarded to M/s OTIS Elevators in the year 2003 for a
period of three years on an increase of 7.5% every year. Since the case for further
extension could not be finalized upto 30/06/2006, the existing contract was got
extended as a special case for a period of two months i.e. upto 31/08/2006 on the
same approved rates, terms and conditions of last year after obtaining consent
letter from the Firm. The increase of 8% every year for further extension of the
contract was considered reasonable and justified. As such the case was sent to
Finance for their concurrence for renewal of the contract for a further period of
three years with an increase of 8% as per the offer of the Firm.
4.
Comments of Finance Department & Clarification of Electricity
Department
Finance have concurred in the proposal, vide their Dy. No.FA-2071 dated
12-09-2006 subject to certain conditions, which are clarified as under:Sr.
No.
1.
2.
Observations of Finance
3.
Certification by the department
that
proper
record
of
maintenance scheduled would be
maintained.
Certification by the department
that the rates quoted for AMC are
just and reasonable and not more
than in other Govt., Department.
M/s OTIS is also asked to certify
and undertake the same.
To prepare the maintenance
schedule on the pattern of
4.
5.
Availability of funds
Approval of competent authority.
Clarifications of the
Department
Funds are available
Approval of competent authority is
being sought.
Proper record of maintenance
schedule would be maintained.
Certified that rates quoted for AMC
are just and reasonable and not
more than in other govt.deptt.,
Confirmed by M/s. OTIS with an
undertaking.
The
maintenance
schedule
prescribed and maintained by M/s
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Automobile manufacture who give OTIS is placed in the file.
such
type
of
maintenance
services to their consumers.
Since the last years extended contract has expired on 31-08-2006, the new
three years contract will come in to effect w.e.f. 01-09-2006.
The new contract rates vis-à-vis last years approved rates with 8% increase
every year are as under:Sr.N
o
Name of the Building
Palika Kendra
Palika Parking
Chander Lok
Poly clinic
Palika Bhawan
Pragati Bhawan
Charak
Palika
Hospital
8.
Yashwant Place
9.
Community
Centre
shaheed
Bhagat
Singh Place
10
Palika Maternity
11. Chankya Bhawan
Per month Total Expenditure
Per year Expenditure
Add.the
service
tax
@Rs.12.24%
Total (AMC)
Nos.
of
lifts
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Old Approved
Rates
(01/07/05)
(01/09/06)
to
to
(30/6/2006)
(30/08/07)
New rates
(01/09/07) (01/09/08)
to
to
(30/08/08) (30/08/09)
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1
4
1
4
2
1
72,769/3,845/16,215/2,654/22,802/7,784/5,353/-
78,591/4,153/17,512/2,866/24,626/8,407/5,781/-
84,878/4,485/18,913/3,095/26,596/9,080/6,243/-
91,668/4,844/20,426/3,343/28,724/9,806/6,742/-
2
1
11,056/6,177/-
11,940/6,671/-
12,895/7,205/-
13,927/7,781/-
1
2
26
26
26
6,461/11,618/1,66,734/20,00,808/+2,44,899/-
6,978/12,547/1,80,072/21,60,864/+2,64,490/-
7,536/13,551/1,94,477/23,33,724/+2,85,648/-
8,139/14,635/2,10,035/25,20,420/+3,08,499/-
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22,45,707/
-
24,25,354
/-
26,19,372
/-
28,28,919
/-
5. Financial Implications:
The total amount involved in the proposal for three years contract from 01-092006 to 31-08-2009 comes out to Rs.78,73,645/- (Rupees Seventy Eight Lac
seventy three thousand six hundred forty five only). Other terms and
conditions remain the same as of previous contract.
6.
Legal Implications
:
Nil
7.
Comments of the Law Department :
8.
Comments of the Deptt., on the comments of the Law Deptt.
Nil
No legal issue involved
:
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9.
Recommendations:
The case is noted to the Council for favour of kind information and to
regularize the action taken with the prior approval of Chairperson and expenditure
sanction of Rs.78,73,645/- (Rupees Seventy Eight Lac seventy three thousand six
hundred forty five only) for renewal of Annual Maintenance Contract to M/s. OTIS
Elevator Co. (India) Ltd., at the rates and other terms & conditions explained above
for the period from 01-09-2006 to 31-08-2009.
COUNCIL’S DECISION
Resolved by the Council that expenditure sanction of Rs.78,73,645/- is accorded for
renewal of Annual Maintenance Contract to M/s. OTIS Elevator Co.(India) Ltd., at
the rates and other terms & conditions explained in the preamble for the period
from 01.9.2006 to 31.8.2009.
Further resolved by the Council that annual maintenance will not be extended to
those lifts which are to be replaced by new lifts.
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ITEM NO. 3 (M-7)
1. Name of the Subject/project:
Outsourcing for leasing of supply, installation and commissioning for
new computer systems, peripherals and provision of one IT assistant in 46
NDMC schools under Dir. ( Edn.) NDMC, New Delhi.
2. Name of the deptt./deptts. concerned : Education Department.
3. Brief history of the subject/project:
Education department of NDMC is seeking technical help from
Education department of GNCT, Delhi for the implementation of office
computerization software package which is available from GNCT Delhi free
of cost.
4. Detailed proposal on the subject/project:
Education department of Delhi government has developed a software
package using the grant released from SSA. This software has been developed
in house for the complete automation of the administration including creation of
master data base of students and the employees of schools working under
them. This software is a tool for the computerized attendance for the students
and for the teachers. This also helps for the online admission and withdrawal of
students, posting and transfers of teachers. Complete automation of
infrastructure of school building. Monitoring of the performance of teachers and
students.
This software helps for the convergence/monitoring of statistical date of
the three agencies namely: Delhi Govt., NDMC and MCD. Since NDMC is also a
stake holder of SSA therefore GNCT Delhi is providing an access to this
software and will provide all technical assistance for the implementation of this
package.
NDMC has to provide the basic infrastructure to load and handle this
software which requires a PC and an IT assistant as per details given below:
S.No
1
2
Item Specification
Desktop Configuration Pentium IV
Intel ® Pentium IV 530 processor 3GHz, 256KB
Cache, 1MB L2 Cache Memory, 915G Motherboard,
256MB 400 MHZ DDR2 RAM, 80 GB HDD, 1.44 Floppy
Disk Drive internal, 24X CD ROM or higher, OEM
Motherboard, 104 keys Keyboard, Multimedia kit,
optical mouse, 17” SVGA Digital Colour Monitor, WIN
XP Professional, 3 year warranty.
(a) Laser Printer
Qty.
Required
for each
school
01 (One)
Total
Requirem
ent
01 (One)
46
46
16
3
4
5
6
External Modem 56.6 kbps
Ups
700 VA UPS With 30 Minutes Backup (line int.)
Software’s
MS Office XP Professional (Academic version0
Computer Table and Chair
(a) Computer table :- An agronomical
style with slide in Key board shelf for
CPU and other accessories like Printer
& UPS; 1” board sun mica top with
PVC beading. The frame made out of
1” x 1” Sq. pipe of 20 SWG.
(b) Computer chair :- Computer operating
chair on the five pronged base with
castors neatly up holstered and with
back rest support with arms and
having adjustments for height.
01 (One)
01 (One)
46
46
01 (One)
46 licenses
01 (One)
46
01 (One)
46
5. Financial implications of the proposed/subject:
Directorate of
education floated a tender for this software as per specifications given
above during the year 2004 and the quoted rate of the LI bidder was Rs. 2
lac and 4 thousand per school for 4 years. Since the prices of Hardware has
gone down and the cost of manpower has increased therefore the
department has taken the same rate as the market rate for just calculation
of the estimate of the project. Sine the deptt has proposed 46 units to be
set up ( 42 NDMC school buildings + 3 Aided school and I unit at the HQ),
the estimated cost of the project is projected to be Rs. 1 crore, this is just
a rough estimate the exact cost will be based upon L1.
6. Implementation schedule with timeliness for each stage including
internal processing :
The expected time for implementation would be three months which
would include publishing of NIT, submission of bids, evaluation of bids,
inalization of contract, signing of contract and agreement, Commissioning
and installation of Hardware.
7. Comments of the Finance deptt. on the subject : The Finance deptt.
advised to calculate the exact number of locations for the implementation
of software.
8. Comments of the Deptt. on comments of Finance Deptt. : Edn.
Deptt. has worked out as per advise of Finance Deptt. and is proposing 46
units/locations only for the implementation of this software.
9. Legal implication of the subject/project : None.
10. Comments of the Law deptt. on the subject : Navyug School Society
has separate legal identity. NDMC cannot enter into agreement with
contractor along with Navyug School as Navyug School is not part and
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parcel of NDMC. If this is done it can lead to certain legal complications like
settlement of disputes with supplier by NDMC.
11. Comments of the Deptt. on comments of Law Deptt. : The Edn.
Deptt. has taken cognizance of the advise of Law deptt. and is floating
tender for NDMC schools only.
12. Details of previous Council Resolutions, existing law of Parliament
and Assembly on the subject : Nil
13. Recommendation : The deptt. recommends that approval to set up 46
units/schools locations by providing a PC and an IT Assistant for the
successful implementation of the software package being borrowed from
Dir.(Edn.) GNCT, Delhi.
COUNCIL’S DECISION
Resolved by the Council that approval to set up 46 units/schools locations by
providing a PC and IT Assistant is accorded for the successful implementation of the
software package being borrowed from Director(Edn.), GNCT, Delhi.
Further it was decided that Broadband facility be provided for the successful
implementation of the package, without disrupting the telephone facility.
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ITEM NO. 4 (A- 31)
1.
Name of the Project:
Augmentation of sewerage in the area bounded by Bapa Nagar, Shershah
Suri Marg and Dr. Zakir Hssain Marg. SH: Re-location of NDMC Jaipur
House Sewage Pumping Station- Approval of Survey Report.
2.
Name of Department:
Civil Engineering Department (Sewerage Project Division).
3.
Brief History of the Project:
The NDMC Sewage Pumping Station, called Jaipur House Sewage Pumping
Station was constructed in the year 1945 at a cost of Rs.19400/- (including
two tanks type-I) on a plot of land measuring 1930 sq. ft. or 0.0443 acres
@Rs.88,000/- per acre as per property register. But the records of land
allotted is not available. It has been got confirmed from L&DO that the land
was never allotted to NDMC. The Chairperson has accorded approval to
modify the survey report by deleting the cost of land and the same has
been modified accordingly. The Delhi High Court Authorities are pressing
very hard for re-location of this SPS as the same is obstructing their
extension of High Court’s construction of 12 nos. of courts in High Court
Complex. Meetings of Building Construction and Maintenance Committee of
Delhi High Court are periodically held in the High Court premises presided
over by Hon’ble High Court Judges wherein officers of the concerned
departments of NDMC are also called. A revised time schedule for relocation of SPS has been submitted to High Court Authorities for their
appraisal.
4.
Detailed proposal on the Project:
M/s. TCE the Consultant appointed to study and suggest the augmentation
of sewerage system of NDMC area recommended in their report, which
stands technically approved, that Jaipur House Sewage Pumping Station is
to be abounded. This SPS was earlier taking discharge from National
Stadium, Delhi High Court and adjoining areas. Since Delhi High Court
Authorities diverted their discharge directly to twin main barrel of 2100 mm
dia at Dr. Zakir Hussain Marg, the discharge from national Stadium only is
presently coming into this SPS. It was then decided that the cost of shifting
this SPS be borne by National Stadium Authorities through Sports Authority
of India. M/s. TCE had proposed to lay a 200 mm dia pipe line from
National Stadium to Cater its discharge and take it to 2100 mm dia twin
barrel at C-Hexagon main trunk sewer line. Since the levels of existing
system of National Stadium is very low and discharge from it can not be
taken to C-Hexagon Barrel through gravity flow, a boosting system is a
must to carry the sewage discharge. Thus the relocation of the Jaipur
House Pumping Station from its existing location to National Stadium
Complex became inevitable. The Chairperson vide note p-51/N approved
the following:i)
Existing Jaipur House SPS in Delhi High Court Premises to be
shifted to National Stadium Complex.
ii)
The work inside the National Stadium Complex including
construction of SPS and the discharge from SPS to the
boundaries of National Stadium is to be carried out by NDMC as
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a deposit work on behalf of SAI for which an amount of
Rs.18,09,000/- have already been received form them.
iii)
The work outside the premises of National Stadium i.e. the
pipeline work from boundaries of National Stadium to 2100 m
dia twin main line at C-Hexagon be carried out through NDMC
funds for which A/A and E/S to preliminary estimate was
accorded by Chairperson for Rs.26,91,000/- (P-51/N).
5. Financial implications of the Project:
The existing building structure of Jaipur House SPS has already
outlived its useful. The financial features of survey report amounting
to Rs.6,69,141/- are given as under:i.
6.
Reserve cost based on present
cost of replacement method
= Rs.(-)4,08,576/-
ii.
Reserve cost based on Actual
Salvage Method
= Rs.(-)3,856/-
iii.
Cost of inventories
= Rs.2,60,565/-
iv.
Book value to be written off
= Rs.19,400/-
Implementation Schedule with timeliness for each stage including
internal processing:
It will take about one month to demolish the existing SPS at Delhi High
Court after commissioning of new system at National Stadium Complex and
then the plot of land where existing SPS is situated will be handed over to
High Court Authorities. The detailed programme of constructing the new
SPS at National Stadium and commissioning the new system has already
been prepared and communicated to the High Court Authorities for their
appraisal.
7.
Comments of the Finance Department on the subject:
Finance vide their note on p-53/N offered their comments as under:“We advise to modify the Survey Report after deleting the cost of land.
However, the department should certify that this land was never allotted to
them and copy of the allotment letter of the land in question to Delhi High
Court as mentioned in the letter be obtained from L&DO to confirm the
actual allottee of this land.” Further finance vide their note on p-56/N
concurred in the proposal as under:“In view of the approval of Chairperson to modify the survey report deleting
the cost of land, accorded at bottom of p-54/N, we concur in the
department’s proposal to get the modified survey report for Rs.6,69,141/approved from the competent authority.”
8.
Comments of the department on the comments of Finance
Department:
Department vide their note on p-54/N clarified as under:-
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“In this regard, it has already been mentioned that attempts have been
made to locate the land file from various Maintenance Divisions but the
same is not available. This property is also not part of 60 lacs deal
transferred to NDMC in 1935. Letter of Dy. L&DO dated 08.03.2006
confirms that the said piece of land stand allotted to Delhi High Court. In
view of the advisee of Finance, approval may please be accorded to modify
the Survey Report deleting the cost of land, which had earlier been
included.” The survey report has been modified accordingly by deleting the
cost of land and placed before the Council for approval.
9.
Legal implication of the project
:
N.A.
10.
Details of previous Council Resolutions, Existing law of Parliament
and Assembly on the subject
:
N.A.
11.
Comments of the Law Department on the Subject/project:
The L.A. vide his note on p-54/N observed as under:“The land has been allotted by L&DO for construction of High Court
Building. NDMC has building and equipments on this plot. NDMC may have
to write off the cost of book value after recovering scrap value, if any.”
12.
Comments of
Department.
the
Department
on
the
comments
of
Law
Department agrees with the views of Law Department and thus
recommends for the approval of the survey report.
13.
Recommendation:
The case may be laid before the Council for approval of survey report for
demolishing of NDMC Jaipur House Sewage Pumping Station situated in
Delhi High Court Premises amounting to Rs.6,69,141/- and hand over the
vacant possession of the land occupied by it to High Court Authorities as
desired by them after the re-location of this SPS is completed and new SPS
is made functional at National Stadium Complex. The book value of
Rs.19,400/- be written off.
COUNCIL’S DECISION
Resolved by the Council that demolishing of NDMC Jaipur House Sewage
Pumping Station situated in Delhi High Court Premises amounting to
Rs.6,69,141/- and handing over the vacant possession of the land occupied
by it to High Court Authorities after re-location of this SPS is completed and
new SPS is made functional at National Stadium Complex is approved.
It was further decided to write off the book value of Rs,19,400/-.
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ITEM NO. 5 (A- 32)
1.
Name of Subject/ Project:
Desilting and Rehabilitation of 66” dia
trunk sewer line from Q Point to Dayal Singh College in NDMC area by
NDMC (Approval in principle- Decision thereof)
2.
Name of Department concerned:
Civil Engineering Department-I
(PH Circle)
3. Brief History of the Subject/ Project: The trunk sewer line between Q
Point to Dayal Singh College runs for an approximate length of 2 Kms. in NDMC
area. Another 2 Kms. Of length of the same line run in MCD area for its final
outfall at Kilokari S.P.S. DJB has already carried out rehabilitation work in the
portion falling in their area and had been stressing for the similar treatment of
Rehabilitation for the portion in the upstream, by NDMC in order to make the
system function smoothly.
The subject matter had been explained in detail
when NDMC had agreed to get this rehabilitation work executed through DJB
which was considered by the Council vide Reso. No. 06 (A-19) dated 23.11.05
and resolved as under:
“Resolved by the Council that the action already taken by the
Chairperson and entrustment of the work relating to de-silting and
rehabilitation of 66” dia trunk sewer line from Q Point to Dayal Singh
College in NDMC area to DJB at an estimated cost of Rs.
22,70,85,000/- for carrying out the work on competitive basis in
accordance with General Finance Rules applicable to the Govt. bodies,
is approved. Annexure C to the agendum need to be modified and will
be submitted after given authentification by CE (C-I)
It was further resolved by the Council that the Chairperson is
authorized to approve MOU to be signed by CE (C-I) between NDMC
and DJB”.
After the resolution of the Council the MOU approved by the Chairperson to be
signed by CE (C-I) NDMC and DJB was forwarded to the Law Department for
their comments and thereafter on the advice of the Law Department the
following clauses were added in the MOU.
1.
That the party of the second part will complete the work in a period of
twenty-four months from signing of MOU and time shall be essence of
the contract.
2.
In case of delay in the execution of contract, twenty four months, DJB
shall levy full compensation as per standard clauses of works contract
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for delay in completion of work subject to a maximum of 10% on the
executing agency and shall accordingly credit to the account of NDMC.
3.
That the party of the first shall not be liable for any escalation in case
of delay in execution of contract.
The modified MOU was thereafter sent to DJB in December 2005 but DJB did
not accept the same and reiterated that the earlier approved MOU by DJB
should be accepted and signed by NDMC. Another reference was also received
from DJB in Feb.2006 emphasizing that the acceptance of earlier MOU signed
by DJB be accepted in Toto and urgency of work was also indicated as the
delay in execution of work was resulting in the pollution in Yamuna River and
made references of Apex Courts orders dated 7.9.05 and 12.12.05 etc.
NDMC stood by its earlier decision and conveyed their descent to, that it was
not possible for NDMC to make any changes in the modified MOU forwarded in
December 2005. Several communications were exchanged between NDMC and
DJB on the issue and finally a reminder to CEO DJB was sent by Chairperson
NDMC in August, 2006 on account of which a meeting was convened under the
chairmanship of the Joint Secretary (UD) Govt. of NCT of Delhi on 13.9.2006
which was attended by the following officers of DJB & NDMC.
1. Sh. Manoj Kumar, Jt. Secretary (UD) – In Chair
2. Sh. R.K. Garg, Member (Drainage) DJB
3. Sh. R.K. Jain, CE (C-II) DJB
4. Sh. K.K. Mutreja, E-in-C NDMC
5. Sh. R.P. Sharma, SE (PH) NDMC
“It was informed in the said meeting that the basic issue is regarding the Desilting and Rehabilitation of sewer line as upstream from Q Point to Dayal Singh
College which falls in the NDMC area. The NDMC had earlier asked the DJB to
take up the work as a deposit work of NDMC
but there was some
disagreement on the terms of MOU and the methology to be adopted regarding
the award of tenders of the work by DJB, which has resulted into non-execution
of work.
Mr. Garg, Member (Drainage) DJB explained that the past agreement or
understanding is not valid as on date. The NDMC should carry out the work by
engaging suitable agency.
If, NDMC still desires that the work should be
carried out by the DJB than NDMC should request DJB for this purpose, pay the
price and work will be carried out by DJB.
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Engineer –in-Chief NDMC stated that the NDMC had assigned this work to DJB
since it was felt that DJB being a specialized agency for De-silting and
Rehabilitation of sewer line, will be able to carry out the work in much better
manner. Since, DJB did not follow up the prescribed procedure and did not
sign the MOU, it was difficult for them to assign this work to DJB. Otherwise,
NDMC is today fully competent to handle the work itself.”
This aspect was brought to the notice of Chairperson with recommendation that
the work of De-silting and Rehabilitation be carried out through CIPP/ GRP
Technology by NDMC of its own through department agency by inviting global
tender as we would have much better control on the cost competitiveness as
well as time line and this experience is likely to be very handy for doing similar
work for rest of the NDMC area.
Since, the decision for entrustment of the work relating to De-silting and
Rehabilitation of 66” dia trunk sewer line from Q Point to Dayal Singh College in
NDMC area to DJB at an estimated cost of Rs. 22,70,85,000/- was taken by the
Council during its meeting held on 23.11.05, any change in proposal has also to
be brought to the notice of Council.
Chairperson has approved the proposal.
4.
Detailed Proposal on the Subject/ Project:
The preliminary estimate amounting to Rs. 22,62,79,500/- has already been
framed for Rehabilitation and De-silting of 1867 meter length of 66” dia
sewer line from Q Point to Lodhi Road serving the bungalow area of South
of Rajpath duly checked by Planning (Civil) and is under the scrutiny of the
finance for accord of expenditure sanction. The work will be awarded after
inviting global tenders from the expert agency in the field of rehabilitation
work through CIPP/GRP Technology by NDMC, considering competitiveness
in rates and advantages of various technology.
5.
Financial implications of the proposed Project/ Subject:
The administrative approval for Rs. 22,70,85,000/- stands accorded subject
to actual expenditure by the Council vide Reso. No. 06(A-19) dated
23.11.05 when it was decided that the work shall be got executed through
DJB.
6.
Implementation schedule with lines for each stage including
processing:
Approval of P.E.
2 Months
Preparation of approval of DE
2 Months
Preparation and approval of NIT
3 Months
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Pre-qualification of tenderers
simultaneously
Call of tender and award
4 Months.
Execution of work
24 Months.
7.
Comments of the Finance Department on the Subject:
8.
Fresh preliminary estimate amounting to Rs. 22,62,79,500/- is under
scrutiny in Finance Department for concurrence to the expenditure
sanction.
Comments of the Deptt. on comments of Finance Deptt. :
NIL
9.
Legal implication of the Subject/ Project :
NIL
10.
Details of previous Council Reso. existing law of Parliament and
Assembly of the subject:
Resolution No.06 (A-19) dated 23.11.05 “Resolved by the Council that the
action already taken by the Chairperson and entrustment of the work
relating to De-silting and Rehabilitation of 66” dia trunk sewer line from Q
Point to Dayal Singh College in NDMC area to DJB at an estimated cost of
Rs. 22,70,85,000/- for carrying out the work on competitive basis in
accordance with General Finance Rules applicable to the Govt. bodies is
approved. Annexure C to the agendum need to be modified and will be
submitted after given authentification by CE (C-I)
It was further resolved by the Council that the Chairperson is authorized to
approve MOU to be signed by CE (C-I) between NDMC and DJB.”
11.
Comments of the Law Department on the Subject/ Project:
NIL
12.
Comments on the comments of Law Department:
NIL
13.
Recommendations:
On account of the change in stand of DJB, the case is brought before the
Council for reconsideration of the decision already taken vide Reso No.06
(A-19) dated 23.11.05 and accord of approval to take up the work of Desilting and Rehabilitation of 66” dia trunk sewer line from Q Point to Dayal
Singh College in NDMC area by NDMC through its own agency after
completing all codal formalities applicable for execution of work.
COUNCIL’S DECISION
Resolved by the Council that the work of De-silting and Rehabilitation of
66” dia trunk sewer line from Q Point to Dayal Singh College in NDMC area
by NDMC through its own agency after completing all codal formalities
applicable for execution of work, is approved.
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ITEM NO. 6 (U-2)
1. Name of the Subject:
Fire Maintenance Services in NDMC Buildings During 2006-2007, SH:
Procurement of Disaster Management & Emergency Rescue Tender in case
of Unexpected calamity in NDMC area.
2. Name of the Department
Fire Department
3. Brief History of the Project:
The Government of India is giving its utmost attention towards disaster
management. A number of meetings have been held in this regard with the
office of Divisional Commissioner, Disaster Management Cell of the Govt. of
NCT of Delhi and the Chairperson, N.D.M.C. National Disaster Management
Division, Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt. of India has also advised all the
U.Ts and States to procure essential search and rescue equipments to be
used in case of such calamities. In order to have effective control over the
issue it is very important and necessary that the EMERGENCY RESCUE
TENDER be procured on the basis of latest technology.
In view of above it is submitted that NDMC has still to procure the above
rescue tender and in one of the meetings of the Zonal Officers held on
5.7.06 under the Chairmanship of Chairperson and meeting of the HODs
taken by the Chairperson on 25.7.06 in the Council Room (both copies of
the minutes placed in the file), it has been desired that the above
mentioned rescue tender be procured on the lines of Delhi Fire
Service/Delhi traffic Police as the same is already in use in their
departments and working effectively. The operations of these equipments
have been found effective during the recent storms. The Rescue Tender
was mainly used for removing heavy debris, fallen tree trunks, removing of
unauthorized constructions etc. by the Delhi Traffic Police/Delhi Fire
Services.
Accordingly the above agencies i.e. Delhi Traffic Police and Delhi Fire
Services were contacted and discussions were held with their officers in
respect of the above rescue tenders. Also the officers of the NDMC have
seen the demonstration of these vehicles.
Impressed with the
demonstration, C.V.O. along with the Fire Officer cum NA inspected the
Disaster Management Centre (DFS) to randomly assess the Emergency
Rescue Tender at Laxmi Nagar Distt. Centre, Delhi and after detailed
discussions with Dy. C.F.O. at site it was agreed to fabricate two Rescue
Tenders i.e one for heavy duty operations and one for light duty operations
as per details given below:1) Rescue Tender on Tata LPT 1615/52 cab BS 111 for heavy duty
operations: Cost Rs. 9,97,759/- as per quotation placed in the file
collected from TATA for heavy duty operations.
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2) Rescue Tender on Medium duty vehicle on Tata LPT 712 EX Cost of
Chasis Rs. 6,16,805/- to be fitted with crane, DG set (5 KVA), hydraulic
tools and cutters for light duty operations.
In view of position stated above, the case was referred to Chairperson
NDMC for according Administrative approval and Expenditure sanction
amounting to Rs. 80,81,000/- for procurement of one emergency rescue
tender for the Disaster Management Control Room of NDMC and principal
approval was accorded on 14.8.2006.
4. Detailed proposal on the subject:
The firms/manufactures dealing in the trade have been contacted and
discussions held with them for providing the Rates, specifications, terms
and conditions on which (chassis for mounting the equipments shall be
supplied by the NDMC) the equipments were provided to the above
agencies. After collecting the requisite data, detailed specification of the
equipments, terms and conditions as approved by Delhi Fire Service along
with photographs of the rescue tenders and other allied items/equipments
(placed in the file) an estimate has been prepared (duly checked by the
H/DMan) in the first instance for Heavy duty operations as mentioned at Sl
No. 1 above amounting to Rs.80,71,600/- and estimate for the light duty
operation system shall be submitted in due course of time. Major Break up
for Rs. 80,71,600/- is given here under:i) cost of Vehicle as mentioned at Sl. No. 1 above
10,00,000.00
ii) Fabrication of Rescue Tender
10,00,000.00
iii) Cost of appliances
45,80,552.00
iv) Cost of fitting of accessories on the vehicle
11,06,325.00
----------------76,86,877.00
3,84,344.00
______________
80,71,221.00
-------------------80,71,000/-
Add 5% contingencies
Total Rs.
Say Rs.
5.
Financial implications of the subject
Rs. 80,71,000/-
6.
Implementation Schedule with timeliness for each stage including
internal processing.
Six months.
7.
Comments of the Finance Department on the subject.
Keeping in view the necessity of such vehicle during any event of
mishappening/natural calamity as desired by Government of India and also
in view of the approval obtained from the Chairperson dated 14.8.06 we
concur in to the estimate amounting to Rs. 80,81,000/- for the procurement
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of Rescue Tender as recommended by FO cum N.A./CVO subject to the
following conditions:(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
8.
Availability of funds.
Approval of competent authority
Correctness of information and data submitted by the department.
Codal provisions be adhered while executing the work.
Certification by the department, that emergency rescue tender
after its procurement shall be housed at Chanakya Bhawan, Fire
Control Room and shall be in operation round the clock for any type
of mis-happening/calamity
Comments of
Department.
the
department
on
comments
of
Finance
No Comments.
9.
Legal Implication of the subject.
The case has been seen by the Law Department and there is no legal
implication involved.
10.
Details of previous Council Resolutions, existing law of Parliament
and Assembly on the subject.
Nil
11.
Comments of the Law Department on the subject
The case has been seen by the Law Department and the comments are as
under:1.
2.
3.
12.
No law point is involved. The fire service is with Govt. of NCT of
Delhi, NDMC has set up this Deptt. For the safety of our NDMC
buildings. This is not for other building in NDMC area. It is not
known if M.C.D. has purchased such an equipment.
Deptt. Has given the capital cost, what about running cost.
Whether any new staff required.
It is presumed that in providing the facility of ‘Rescue’ tender,
NDMC is not taking over any liability for claims or damages from
private parties for defective or inefficient service.
Comments of the Department on the comments of the Law Deptt.
In connection with the observations/comments of the Law Deptt. above, it
is to state that as observed by the LA, the Fire service is under the over all
control of Delhi Fire Service and the Emergency Rescue Tender is being
procured by the NDMC as per advice of the Government of India, Ministry
of Home Affairs, New Delhi.
No additional staff for maintenance of the Rescue Tender will be required
as the Fire Department has a number of trained personnel in the field and
can effectively handle the Rescue Tender. The running cost for the Rescue
Tender would be very nominal by way of consumption of Diesel/Petrol
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being consumed by a Heavy Vehicle on an average basis in a month. Since
the Fire service is under the over all control of Delhi Fire Service, the NDMC
is not taking any liability for any claims or damages from private parties for
defective or in-efficient service. The case was submitted to Chairperson for
according A/A and E/S amounting to Rs. 80,81,000/- for procurement of
Emergency Rescue Tender for the Disaster Management Control Room of
NDMC and the same was accorded on 27.9.06 vide Diary No. No.
5937/PS/Chairman/F dated 26.9.06 and accordingly the case is laid before
the Council.
13.
Recommendation
It is proposed to procure the Chassis departmentally from M/s Tata
Engineering & Locomotive Co. Ltd. And to carry out rest of the work
through specialized agencies dealing in the trade after calling tenders in
two cover system i.e. Technical bid and Financial bid. The financial bid
shall only be issued to the contractors who will qualify the technical bid.
The expenditure will be met from the Budget Head of A/C C.3.8(X)A-Fire
Maintenance Services in NDMC buildings during 2006-2007.
COUNCIL’S DECISION
Deferred. To be placed before the Council in its next meeting with all the
relevant details of vehicle & equipments proposed to be purchased.
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ITEM NO. 7 (N-1)
1.
NAME OF THE SUBJECT/PROJECT:
Annual Estimate for the work “Maintenance of Parks & Gardens in
NDMC Area” for the year 2006-07”.
2.
NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT/DEPARTMENTS CONCERNED.
Horticulture Department, New Delhi Municipal Council.
3.
BRIEF HISTORY OF THE SUBJECT/PROJECT:
The Horticulture Department of NDMC is maintaining the Parks, Gardens
and green spaces in the NDMC area which include (i) Major Parks like
Central Vista Lodi Garden, Nehru Park, Talkatora Garden, Sanjay Jheel and
Park (ii) Colony & other parks, (iii) Roundabouts & (iv) avenue trees and
roadberms. In addition, greens of schools and buildings of NDMC are also
looked after by the department.
The annual estimate for maintenance is submitted by the department to the
Council every year for approval.
4.
DETAILED PROPOSAL ON THE PROJECT/SUBJECT:
Preliminary estimate amounting to Rs.2,49,76,500/- was prepared by the
department for meeting the annual maintenance requirements of various
Parks, Gardens and other green areas. The said estimate includes provision
for payment of un-filter water charges to CPWD and purchase of sundries,
compost, inorganic& organic manure, fertilizers, earthen as well as RCC
pots, payment to casual labourers, Pipes for watering, purchase of planting
materials as per seasonal requirement for trees, shrubs, annuals etc.,
polythene bags, insecticides, pesticides, repair of Tool & Plants and
adjustment of electric/water charges raised by the Commercial department
of NDMC, hiring of water tankers/tempos/JCB etc.
5.
FINANCIAL
SUBJECT
IMPLICATIONS
OF
THE
PROPOSED
PROJECT/
Rs.2,49,76,500/- (Rupees two crore forty nine lakh seventy six thousand
five hundred only).
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6.
IMPLEMENTATION SCHEDULE WITH TIMELINESS FOR EACH
STAGE INCLUDING INTERNAL PROCESSING.
NOT APPLICABLE as the activities are regular or continuous activities
throughout the year
7.
COMMENTS OF THE FINANCE DEPARTMENT ON THE SUBJECT:
Finance department has concurred in the Estimate for Maintenance of Parks
& Gardens in NDMC Area for the year 2006-07 subject to: 1.
Full utilization of existing manpower and in case of engagement of
additional labour, due justification be placed on record while obtaining
approval from the competent authority.
2.
There should be endeavor to develop/propagate the verities of plants
proposed to be purchased from outside, in departmental nurseries.
3.
Norms indicating number of soaps/towels to be provided in a month
needs to be got approved from the competent authority, if already not
done.
4.
Provisions kept for Race Course Road complex may be reviewed after it
is handed over to CPWD.
5.
Codal requirements for the purchase of items stipulated in the estimate
may be ensured and Director (Hort) may sign the estimate in token of
his acceptance.
8.
COMMENTS OF THE DEPARTMENT ON COMMENTS OF FINANCE
DEPARTMENT:1. While processing case for sanction of engagement of Casual Labour on
daily wages, due justification will be brought on record for consideration of
competent authority and casual labour will only be engaged after ensuring
that the workers existing in the department have been put to maximum
use. Further the engagement of casual labour is proposed only for some
specific/seasonal works.
2. Regarding provision for purchase of plants, it is clarified that the
departmental
nurseries
are
producing
its
maximum
number
of
plants/shrubs/trees/ground covers, which take care of maintenance
requirement. However, for creation of new landscapes, beautification of
road berms, sometime plants are required to be purchased from the market
after following codal procedure as in spite of best efforts, the requirement
of plants of the department can not be fully met from departmental
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nurseries. Provision has been kept for purchase of those plants, which
either cannot be produced or are difficult to produce in sufficiently large
quantities in departmental nurseries due to climatic or edaphic reasons. It
is certified that the requirement taken in the estimate is based on the
minimum essential requirements and procured only on the basis of actual
requirement of the site.
3. Regarding fixing of norms for providing soaps/towels to field staff, it is
submitted that proposal will be submitted with the consultation of General
Administration Department.
4. The Race Course Complex is still maintained by NDMC and the proposal of
CPWD has not been yet finalized. The department will stop maintaining the
area as and when it is transferred.
5. Department will follow all the instruction and codal formalities in this
regard.
9.
LEGAL IMPLICATION OF THE SUBJECT/PROJECT:
There is no legal implication in this case. In case of contracts entered into
for works and supplies under this estimate, necessary codal procedure and
standard guidelines will be followed.
10.
DETAILS OF PREVIOUS COUNCIL RESOLUTIONS, EXISTING LAW
OF PARLIAMENT AND ASSEMBLY ON THE SUBJECT.
Estimate for the year 2005-06 was sanctioned by the Council vide
Reso. NO.5(N-2) dated 28.06.2005.
11.
COMMENT OF THE LAW DEPARTMENT ON THE SUBJECT/ PROJECT
Law Department has no objection to the proposal of the Department.
12.
COMMENT OF THE DEPARTMENT ON THE COMMENTS OF LAW
DEPARTMENT.:
No comments.
13.
RECOMMENDATIONS:
Recommended
for
according
Administrative
approval
and
expenditure sanction to estimate amounting to Rs. Rs.2,49,76,500/(Rupees two crore forty nine lakh seventy six thousand five hundred only)
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for Maintenance of Parks & Gardens in NDMC Area during the year 200607.
14.
DRAFT RESOLUTION:
Resolved by the Council that Administrative approval and expenditure
sanction is accorded to estimate amounting to Rs. Rs.2,49,76,500/(Rupees two crore forty nine lakh seventy six thousand five hundred only)
for Maintenance of Parks & Gardens during the year 2006-07 Resolved
further that action on the item may be taken pending confirmation of the
minutes of the meeting.
COUNCIL’S DECISION
Resolved by the Council that administrative approval and expenditure
sanction amounting to Rs.2,49,76,500/- is accorded for maintenance of
Parks & Gardens during the year 2006-07.
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Item No. 8 (O-1)
1.
Name of the subject/project
Annual Audit Report for the year ended March 2005
2.
Name of the Department/Departments concerned
Office of the Chief Auditor
3.
Brief history of the subject/project
Section 59 (17) of the New Delhi Municipal Act, 1994 envisages that as soon as may be
after commencement of each year, the Chief Auditor shall deliver to the Council a report
of the entire accounts of the Council for the previous year.
As contemplated in the
above provisions of the Act, Annual Audit Report on the accounts of the Council for the
year ended March 2005 has been prepared for presentation before the Council.
4.
Detailed proposal on the subject/project
The office of the Chief Auditor was created in September 1996 vide Council Resolution
No.3 (V) dated 19.8.1996. The office has so far presented seven Annual Audit Reports
before the Council as detailed below:
S.No.
1.
2.
3
4
5
6
7
Report for the year end
March 1997
March 1998 &1999
March 2000
March 2001
March 2002
March 2003
March 2004
Date of Presentation
10 February 1999
23 March 2001
8 August 2002
31 October 2003
2 July 2004
27 April 2005
15 December 2005
Present proposal is for presentation of eighth Annual Audit Report for the year ending
March 2005.
The Annual Audit Report basically highlights the deficiencies in the accounting system
and budgetary control mechanism and also cases of non-recovery of arrears of Council’s
dues resulting in accumulation of heavy arrears in various Departments.
5.
Financial implications of the proposed project/subject
Nil
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6.
Implementation schedule with timeliness for each stage including internal
processing
Not applicable
7.
Comments of the Finance Department on the subject
Not applicable as the Draft Agenda Item relates to presentation of Annual Audit Report,
which is a statutory audit function envisaged in NDMC Act, 1994.
8.
Comments of the Department on comments of Finance Department
Not applicable.
9.
Legal implication of the subject/project
Nil
10.
Details of previous Council Resolutions, existing law of Parliament and Assembly
on the subject
The details of previous Council Resolutions regarding presentation of Annual Audit Reports
are as under:
11.
(i)
Item No.1 dated 10.2.1999
(ii)
Item No.3 (xii) dated 23.3.2001
(iii)
Item No.3 (xxx) dated 8.8.2002
(iv)
Item No.11 (O-4) dated 31.10.2003
(v)
Item No.11 (O-2) dated 2.7.2004
(vi)
Item No.13 (O-1) dated 27.4.2005
(vii)
Item No.05 (O-6) dated 15.12.2005
Comments of the Law Department on the subject/project
Not applicable, since the Draft Agenda Item is for presentation of Annual Audit Report on the
accounts of the Council as part of statutory audit function envisaged in NDMC Act, 1994.
12.
Comments of the Department on the comments of Law Department
Not applicable.
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13.
Recommendation
The Annual Audit Report on the accounts of the Council for the year ended March 2005 may
be presented to the Council.
14.
Draft Resolution
“Information noted. The Council further decided that the reply (Action Taken Note) to the
paras of the Annual Audit Report may be furnished by the Departments to the Chief Auditor
within six weeks so that the Chief Auditor may place the same before the Standing
Committee on Audit in NDMC alongwith her recommendations”.
COUNCIL’S DECISION
Information noted.
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Item No. 9 (A-33)
1.
Name of the subject/project:
Strengthening and Resurfacing of roads in NDMC area SH : P/L Mastic Asphaltic Concrete
Wearing Course at GPO Round About
2.
Name of the Department:
Civil Engineering Deptt., Road-V Division
3.
Brief history of the live Subject/Project
The surface of GPO Round About is considerably worn out and has outlived its life. The
Mastic Asphaltic treatment at GPO Round About was carried out in 1997 and is due for this
Asphaltic treatment. Accordingly, after inspection was carried out the preliminary estimate was
prepared for Rs. 44,77,700.00. The preliminary estimate after being checked / concurred by
Planning and Finance Department the A/A & E/S amounting to Rs.44,77,700.00 was accorded by
the Chairperson on 02nd Dec.’05.
The tenders for this work were invited and opened on 21.7.2006 after giving due
publicity through press as well as NDMC Website. Two contractors submitted their tenders (1)
M/s. KBG Engineers (2) M/s. Wilco Engineers out of which the financial bid of M/s. KBG Engineers
was not opened as firm did not submit the required eligibility documents. So the bid of M/s. Wilco
Engineers was opened the details of which are given below:S.No.
1.
Name
of
contractor/Agency
M/s.
Wilco
Engineers
%Rate
above/below
17.40%
above
Estimated Cost
Tender Amount
Remarks
Rs.42,87,047.00
Rs.50,32,812.00
Ist lowest
The justification of rates prepared on the basis of approved market rates and checked by
the Planning Division was at 53.99% above the Estimated cost of Rs. 42,87,047. The rates
quoted by the single eligible contractor were 17.40% above the Estimated cost with a tendered
amount of Rs.50,32,812.00. After recommendations of E-in-C and concurrence by the Finance
Department the offer of lowest tenderer has been approved by Chairperson and putting to
Council for its approval.
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Detailed proposal on the subject/Project
Providing and applying tack coat using hot straight run bitumen of grade 80/100 @
0.50 KG per meter square.
4.2.
Providing and fixing chicken wire mesh reinforcement of 0.71 mm dia (22 gauge)
wire netting made of galvanized steel wire including strengthening and laying the
same on the surface.
4.3.
Providing and laying 25 mm thick Bitumen mastic Asphaltic wearing course with
Industrial bitumen of grade 85/25.
4.1.
5.
Financial Implication of the proposal
The financial implication of the tender comes to Rs. 50,32,812/-. The necessary funds
are available to meet the expenditure of this work during current financial year and the Budget
Provision of Rs.1500 lakh exists vide item 239 at Page 110 under the head of G-1.3.
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6.
Implementation schedule with timelines for such stage including internal
processing.
The internal procedures of award of work have been completed and after approval of the
tender by the council, the letter of award will be issued to the agency to commence the work.
The work will commence within 10 days of the date of award and time period required for
completion of the entire work is three months.
7.
Comments of Finance Department on the Subject
The Finance Deptt. has examined the case & recommended that the offer of M/s Wilco
Engineers may be accepted as proposed by E-in-C because even if it is a single bid the same has
emerged through an open tendering process where other parties had every chance to compete.
The Finance Department has further advised that department shall clearly record on file whether
the various conditions and eligibility in NIT are met or not whether the same are being met
partially or in a very indirect manner.
8.
Comments of the Department on the comments of Finance Deptt.
The aspect of eligibility conditions in NIT will be dully taken care in future.
9.
Details of previous Council Resolution existing law of Parliament
& Assembly on the subject:
Not applicable
10.
The comments of Law Department on the subject:
No comments
11.
Comments of the Department on the comments of Law Deptt.:
Not applicable
12.
Recommendations:
The case is laid before the Council for approval to accept the lowest offer of M/s. Wilco
Engineers at their tendered amount of Rs.50,32,812.00 with 17.40% above the Estimated cost of
Rs.42,87,047.00. The revised Administrative Approval and Expenditure Sanction of the Council is
also solicited for Rs.50,32,812.00 as the tender amount is exceeding by more than 10% of the
administrative approval and expenditure sanction accorded by the Chairperson for
Rs.44,47,700.00.
COUNCIL’S DECISION
Resolved by the Council that the revised administrative approval & expenditure sanction is
accorded to the lowest offer of M/s. Wilco Engineers at their tendered amount of Rs.50,32,812.00
which is 17.40% above the Estimated cost of Rs.42,87,047.00.
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Item No. 10 (A-34)
1.
Name of the Sub :
S.H :
Strengthening of water Supply System in NDMC
area.
Replacement of 27” dia H.S. Pipeline from
Hasanpur Reservoir to Safdarjung Road.
2.
Name of the Deptt.:
Civil Engineering, Public Health Circle, Water
Supply Division.
3.
BRIEF HISTORY OF THE SUBJECT :
Sealed percentage rate tender for the above work was invited by fixing the last date of
receipt of the application, sale and opening as 3.7.06, 06.07.06 & 10.07.06 respectively. Due
wide publicity through newspapers/internet was given. Two tenders were found in the tender box
out of which, one tenderer who was found eligible as per documents attached was opened and
found that M/s L.R. Sharma & Co. has quoted his rates @ 8.7% above the estimated cost. The
other tender was not meeting the tender condition of registration of Sales Tax in Delhi,
therefore, the same was not opened on the same day. The case was sent for the advice of
Finance Department and after due consideration, the financial bid of second tenderer i.e. M/s
O.P. Gupta Contractors Pvt. Ltd. was opened on 3.10.06 wherein it has been found that the firm
has quoted his rates @ 4.5% below the estimated cost of Rs. 1,95,27,997/- which works out to
Rs. 1,86,49,237/-.
4.
DETAILED PROPOSAL OF THE SUBJECT :
This is the case for replacement of existing 27” dia H.S. Pipe line with 600mm dia Steel
Cylinder reinforced concrete (Hume Steel Pipe) from Vinay Marg to Safdarjung Road near D.I.D.
via Vinay Marg, Service Road to P.M. Security along Diplomatic nallah, Race Course Road near
D.I.D.
The justification of the tender was prepared and checked by Planning Division @ 5.48%
above the estimated cost whereas the lowest tenderer M/s O.P. Gupta Contractors Pvt. Ltd. has
quoted his rates @ 4.5% below the estimated cost. The tendered amount works out to Rs.
1,86,49,237/- and recommended for acceptance by the Council.
5.
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE PROPOSED SUBJECT :
Preliminary Estimate for Rs. 2,22,21,000/- has already been approved by Council vide
Resolution No. 6 (A-26) dt. 13.02.2006 and the budget provision of Rs. 1,00,00,000/- exists in
the budget book vide item No. F-11/236(2) page No. 103 for the year 2006-07. Balance amount
of likely expenditure shall be demanded in the B.E. for the year 2007-08.
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6.
IMPLEMENTATION SCHEDULE WITH
INCLUDING INTERNAL PROCESSING :
TIMELINESS
FOR
EACH
STAGE
After award of the work, the following time schedule will be implemented.
i)
ii)
7.
Supply of material & laying of pipeline
Interconnection & Testing of pipeline
-
10 Months
2 Months
COMMENTS OF THE FINANCE DEPARTMENT ON THE SUBJECT :
The Finance Department has observed as under :-
“As the rates of L-1 at 4.5% below the estimated cost are well within the justified rates.
We concur in the departments proposal for acceptance of offer of L-1, subject to certification
regarding authentication of the documents submitted by the firm in support of their offer and
that the firm in question fulfills eligibility criteria as stipulated in the NIT. Further, it has been
noted that the time schedule for scrutiny of tenders as circulated recently has not been fulfilled.
Extended validity of L-1 is going to expire on 07.11.2006. Department is advised to adhere to
time schedule as prescribed for scrutiny of tenders so as to avoid delay in finalizing the tender
cases. We also observe that the NIT should be carefully worked in all the future cases. In
addition, there should not be restrictive clauses over and above the eligibility criteria.
This issues with the approval of F.A.”
8.
COMMENTS OF
DEPARTMENT :
THE
DEPARTMENT
ON
COMMENTS
OF
THE
FINANCE
It is evident from the record that this particular case has not been delayed on account of
processing with the tender, but was delayed on account of condition mentioned in the tender
notice which may be read as “The tenderer should be registered with Delhi Sales Tax Act
whereas L-1 Bidder was registered in Agra and therefore, the advice was sought keeping in
view that the tender was floated for a considerable amount of Rs. 2,00,00,000/- and only two
tenders were received after wide publicity. The L-1 tenderer has also himself got registered in
Delhi VAT Tax and quoted his rates as 4.5% below the estimated cost of Rs. 1,95,27,997/against the other tenderer who had quoted 8.7% above the estimated cost and thus the
difference in two tender works about Rs. 27.00 Lacs. Since the rates of L-1 Bidder is reasonable,
may be considered for acceptance upto extended validity which expires on 7.12.06.
9.
LEGAL IMPLICATION TO THE SUBJECT :
Not applicable.
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10.
DETAILS OF PREVIOUS COUNCIL RESOLUTIONS,
PARLIAMENT AND ASSEMBLY ON THE SUBJECT
EXISITNG
LAW
OF
Administrative approval & expenditure sanction for this work for Rs. 2,22,21,000/- has
been accorded by Council vide Resolution No. 6 (A-26) dt. 13.02.2006.
11.
COMMENTS OF THE LAW DEPARTMENT ON THE SUBJECT :
The L.A. vide his note dt. 4.9.06 opined that if the condition put up in NIT is that he
should be registered under VAT, Delhi, it can not be ignored at this stage and therefore, opined
that F.A. would be appropriate person to advise.
12.
COMMENTS OF THE DEPARTMENT ON THE COMMENTS OF LAW DEPARTMENT :
The Finance has already seen the case and advised that if it is confirmed that M/s O.P.
Gupta Contractor Pvt. Ltd. is registered under Delhi VAT Act and assuming that other party
already registered similarly (which is a legal formality) – for this suitable clarifications may be
obtained even at this stage – his bid may be considered. L-1 tenderer has already got registered
in Delhi.
13.
RECOMMENDATION :
The case is placed before the Council for consideration and accord their approval for
acceptance of the lowest offer of M/s O.P.Gupta Contractor Pvt Ltd. at his quoted rates of 4.5%
below the estimated cost of Rs. 1,95,27,997/- which works out to Rs. 1,86,49,237/-. (Rs. One
crore eighty six lacs forty nine thousand two hundred thirty seven only) with permission to issue
the award letter in anticipation of confirmation of minutes of meeting.
COUNCIL’S DECISION
Resolved by the Council that the lowest offer of M/s. O.P. Gupta Contractor Pvt. Ltd. at his
quoted rates of 4.5% below the estimated cost of Rs.1,95,27,997/- which works out to
Rs.1,86,49,237/-is approved. It was further decided to issue the award letter in anticipation of
confirmation of the minutes.
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Item No. 11 (B-10)
1.
Name of Subject:-
Purchase of Distribution Transformers of 1000 KVA Dry
Type(Cast Resin) of 11/0.415KV rating.
2.
Name of Department : Electricity Department
3.
Brief History of Proposal:
NIT for purchase of 5 Nos. Distribution Transformers of 1000KVA Dry Type(Cast Resin)of
11/0.415 KV rating against various sanctioned estimates was published in three leading
newspapers besides placing on NDMC/Delhi Govt. website& also sending tender notices to all
known manufacturers. On due date of opening i.e.18/4/06 three firms participated in this tender
but during the techno commercial sub-committee meeting held in the Chamber of CEE-I on
19/5/06 M/s. Vijay Electricals did not agreed to delivery clause of the tender so the price bid of
two firms opened on 12/7/06 the position of two tenderers is as under :
S.
No.
1.
2.
Name of Tenderer
M/s. Amex Impex
Electricals Pvt. Ltd.
M/s. Kirloskar Power
Equipments Ltd.
Total Cost
(Nett) (Rs.)
73,30,731.60
1,00,79,040.00
Remarks
Ist lowest 4.62% lower than the estimate
cost put to tender i.e Rs. 76,85,800/2nd lowest (31.14%) higher than the
estimated cost put to tender.
Apart from the above comparison M/s. Amex Impex Electricals Pvt. Ltd. emerges lowest at all
stages and their quoted cost worked out 4.62% lower than the estimated cost put to tender.
The break up of quoted cost quoted by first lowest tenderer (M/s. Amex Impex Electricals Pvt.
Ltd.) as under :
Qty.
5 Nos.
E.D. + E.Cess @ 16.32%
Total
Add: CST @ 4% against Form’C’
Add: Packing & forwarding
Add: Freight
Add: Insurance
Grand Total
Quoted Rates (Rs.)
11,90,000/1,94,208/13,84,208/55,368.32
14,39,576.32
8,000/15,000/3,570.00
14,66,146.32
Amount (Rs.)
59,50,000/9,71,040/69,21,040/2,76,841.60
71,97,881.00
40,000/75,000/17,850.00
73,30,731.60
‘A’
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Cost towards Testing Charges to be conducted on one transformer only Basic
Charges
a)Temperature Rise Test
=Rs.20,000/-
b)Impulse Voltage Test
=Rs.1,50,000/-
Total
Rs.1,70,000/-
Add(i)E.D.16.32%
Add (ii)C.S.T @4%
Nett Cost
27,744/1,97,744/7909=76
2,,05,653=76 ‘B’
(A+B) Rs.73,30,731.60+2,05,653.76 =Rs 75,36,385.36
Place of Delivery
Transformers shall be delivered at central stores-II Vidyut
Road,New Delhi.
Bhawan, Aurangzeb
Financial Implications
The total cost involved in the proposal is Rs. 75,36,385.360
Implementation Schedule
In one Lot within Four Months from the date of approval of drawing which shall be
submitted within 30 days from the date of issue of supply order.
Terms of Payment
100% payment within 30 days after receipt of material in good condition at our stores
and submission of bill in triplicate duly stamped and pre-receipted.
Taxes and Duties:-The present rates are taken. However, same shall be subject to statuary
variation.
Performance
A Bank Guarantee amounting to 2% of total value of order(inclusive of duties)valid up
to Guarantee period shall be furnished by you as performance guarantee.
Inspection
Through M/s RITES/By our Engineers at site /manufactures works at our cost.The date
on which the material is offered for Successful Inspection shall be taken as date of delivery.
Arbitration
In case of any dispute, the matter shall be referred to the sole arbitrator appointed by
the Chairperson, N.D.M.C.
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Juridiction:In case of any Legal dispute the vanue shall be New Delhi Court.
Guarantee:The transformers shall be guaranteed for a period of 18 Months from the date of delivery
or 12 Months from the the date of commissioning whichever is earlier against manufacturing
defects.
4.
Comments of the Finance Department :-
Finance have concurred in the proposal vide their diary no. FA-2357 dated 9.10.06 to
place the supply order for purchase of 5 Nos. distribution transformer of 1000 KVA Dry Type
(Cast Resin) of 11/0.415 KV rating with lowest firm i.e. M/s. Amex Impex Electricals Pvt. Ltd. at
their total cost of Rs. 75,36,385.36 on terms, conditions and specifications of NIT subject to :
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
5.
A fresh administrative sanction be obtained from Chairperson before placement of
order or a Post facto approval of the council shall be obtained.
Availability of funds.
Approval of competent authority
Correctness of information and data submitted by the Department.
Certification by the department that the rates computed in the tenders are correct.
certification by the department that the rates quoted by the lowest firms are
competitive reasonable and justified and less than the trend of rates.
Certification by the department that the justified rates have been checked by the
department and no undue benefits has been given to worked out justified rates.
Certification by the department that the sites is available to execute the work.
Department is advised that in future no tenders should be invited in cases where
valid estimate is not existing.
Certification by the department that L1 has agreed to our NIT conditions.
Sign of competent authority on commercial, technical deviation, commercial &
technical statement by the competent authority.
Comments of the Deptt. on comments of Finance Deptt.
The administrative approval shall be obtained during execution of work by the concerned
user division for a particular estimates assigned to them. Funds are available. The case is being
submitted for the approval of competent authority. The information and data submitted by the
department are correct. The rates computed in the tender are correct. The rates quoted by the
firm are competitive, reasonable and justified less than the trend of rates. The justification has
been checked at various stages in the department and no undue benefit has been given to
worked out the justified rates. The sites are available. Certified that the lowest tenderer has
agreed to our NIT terms and conditions. SEE-I and CEE-I have signed the statements placed in
the folder.
As extended validity of the lowest tenderer was up to 31.10.2006,thereforewith the prior
approval of Chairperson dated 17.10.06,Supply Order now has been placed on the firm vide S.O.
No.26/EE(S-II)/2006-07/D-1936-43 dated20.10.06 and the case needs to be noted in the Council
Meeting
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6.
Comments of Law Department:-
The case has been seen and concurred by the Law Department vide
ref. no. FR-2911/LA/06 dt. 7.11.06.
7.
Recommendations :
The case is noted to the council for favour of kind information and to regularize the
action taken by the department with the prior approval and expenditure sanction of the
Chairperson, N.D.M.C. to award the supply order on M/s. Amex Impex Electricals Pvt. Ltd.at their
all inclusive cost of Rs.73,30,731.60 +plus cost of testing charges as Rs.2,05,653.36(Nett
amount) bringing the total cost of transformers as Rs.75,36,385.36(Nett) and on terms,
conditions and specifications of NIT.
COUNCIL’S DECISION
Resolved by the Council that administrative approval & expenditure sanction to award the supply
order on M/s. Ames Impex Electrical Pvt. Ltd. at their all inclusive cost of Rs.73,30,731.60 + cost
of testing charges as Rs.2,05,653.76 bringing the total cost of transformers as
Rs.75,36,385.36(nett) on the terms & conditions as specified in the NIT, is approved. It was
further decided that the five nos. of transformers be installed at :a.
Palika Bazar
3 Nos.
b.
New
Lawyers
Chambers
Supreme
Court
10, Bhagwan Dass
Road
1 No.
c.
1 No.
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ITEM NO. 12 (C-44)
CONTRACTS/SCHEMES INVOLVING AN EXPENDITURE OF RS. 1 LAC BUT NOT
EXCEEDING RS. 50 LACS.
Section 143 (D) of NDMC Act, 1994 provides that every contract involving an expenditure
of Rs. 1 lac but not exceeding Rs.50 lacs under clause 143 (c) shall be reported to the Council.
In pursuance of these provisions a list of contracts entered/executed in September 2006 &
October, 2006 have been prepared. A Comprehensive list of the contracts entered into for the
various schemes is accordingly laid before the Council for information. (See pages 46-52).
COUNCIL’S DECISION
Information noted.
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Annex. 46-52
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
Item No. 13 (C-45)
ACTION TAKEN REPORT ON THE STATUS OF THE ONGOING SCHEMES/WORKS
APPROVED BY THE COUNCIL.
In the Council Meeting held on 28.8.1998, it was decided that the status of execution of
all ongoing schemes/works approved by the Council indicating the value of work, date of
award/start of work, stipulated date of completion & the present position thereof be placed
before the Council for information.
The said report on the status of the ongoing schemes/works upto August 2006 had
already been included in the Agenda for the Council Meeting for the Month of September 2006.
A report on the status of execution of all the ongoing schemes/works awarded upto
October 2006 is placed before the Council for information. (See pages 54-88).
COUNCIL’S DECISION
Information noted.
54
Annex. 54-88
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
d)
Reports of Committee
Nil.
e)
Notice of resolutions given by the members under the provision to Section 23
of NDMC Act, 1994,
A Resolution was moved by Smt. Sima Gulati, Member, regarding
systemization of licence fee collections which is annexed at page 138 – 139.
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ITEM NO. 14 (A-35)
1.
Name of the Subject/Project.
Strengthening and resurfacing of roads in NDMC area during 2005-2006 by Microsurfacing.
2.
Name of Department
Civil Engineering Department
3.
Brief History of the Subject/Project
Road surface/pavement have to be resurfaced after expiry of five years on regular basis.
The roads due for resurfacing were inspected by the technical sub-committee of
Superintending Engineers to evaluate the need of resurfacing. It was decided that the
NDMC roads should be of high standards and should be improved by the modern/advance
technology for high quality and International standard.
As such 52 roads were identified for the resurfacing, As per the recommendations of CRRI
it was decided to re-surface 31 roads by hot mix technology & re-surface 21 roads by
Microsurfacing method.
The following roads are being resurfaced by using Microsurfacing Technology.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
ATUL GROVE ROAD
AURANGZEB ROAD
BRIG.HOSHIAR SINGH ROAD
BHAGWAN DASS ROAD
COPERNICUS MARG
DALHOUSIE ROAD
JANPATH
MANDIR MARG
MAX MUELLAR MARG
PRITHVI RAJ ROAD
PT. PANT MARG
PURANA QUILA ROAD
RADIAL ROAD C-HAXAGON (K .G. MARG)
RAJ MATA VIJAYARAJE SCINDHIA MARG
RAJAJI MARG
SARDAR PATEL MARG
SHAHEED BHAGAT SINGH MARG
SOUTH AVENUE
SUNEHARY BAGH ROAD
TALKATORA ROAD
TYAGARAJ MARG
Approval of PEs :- The preliminary Estimates were checked /concurred by planning and
Finance. The administrative approval & expenditure sanction amounting to Rs. 1108.00
lacs was accorded by Council vide item no.5(A-6), Council meeting no.03/2006-2007
dated 17.05.2006.
Approval of DEs :- The detailed estimate was technically sanctioned by the technical
sub committee for Rs.9,07,22,600.00,as per the procedure for fast track project.
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Approval of NIT:- The NIT was approved by Empowered Committee in the meeting
held on 31.03.2006.
Tenders :- The tenders were invited and opened on 15.05.2006. M/s Yala Construction
Co. Ltd. was the lowest tenderer. M/s Yala Const. Co. has quoted Rs.15,01,93,685.00
plus 12.5% VAT extra. The rates quoted by the other two bidders were inclusive of VAT.
The Finance Deptt. pointed out that in quoting the VAT extra there would be financial
and legal complications later on.
Accordingly to avoid financial & legal complications, tenders were re-invited. The
tenderers were asked to quote their rates inclusive of VAT & other taxes. The tenders
were opened on 07.09.2006. M/s ECOASFALT, S.A. was the lowest tenderer and the
details of estimated cost, lowest tender cost and justified cost are as under.
S.
No.
1
2
Particulars
Amount
Percentage
Estimated cost
Justified cost
8,66,72,470.00
17,14,04,833.00
3
Tendered Cost of lowest
contractor.
Reduced tender cost after
negotiation
17,67,23,406.00
--97.76% above estimated
cost
103.90%
above
the
estimated cost
99.63% above estimated
cost & 0.94% above
justified cost
4
17,30,23,406.00
The tender has been cleared by Empowered committee, in its meeting held on 26.10.06
4.
Detailed Proposal on the subject/project.
The scope of work and specifications adopted in the tender are as under:
1. Tack coat @ 0.25 Kg per sq m with bitumen emulsion complying with IS:8887-1995.
2. 40mm to 50 mm thick dense bituminous macadam (DBM) using 60/70 grade
bitumen to achieve a density of 2.352 gm/cc with 4.9% bitumen, as leveling course
for camber/profile correction.
3. 30 mm thick semi dense bituminous macadam using 60/70-grade bitumen for filling
depressions.
4. Microsurfacing with polymer modified cationic slow setting bitumen emulsion.
5. Road marking with thermoplastic paint, applied mechanically.
5.
Financial implication of the proposed project / subject.
The tender cost
=
Rs. 17,30,23,406.00
Add 2% for third party quality audit
=
Rs.
34,60,468.00
Add 3% contingencies
=
Rs.
51,90,702.00
Add 15% for drainage improvement
=
Rs. 2,59,53,511.00
Total
Rs. 20,76,28,087.00
6.
Schedule with timeliness for each stage including internal proceedings.
The internal procedures for award of work have already been completed. After approval
of lowest tenders by the Council the award letter will be issued to the contractor to
commence the work. The work will commence within 10 days from the date of issue of
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award letter. The time period required for the completion of the entire work is six
months.
7.
Comments of the Finance Department on the Subject.
Finance Department has concurred the tenders subject to following: 1.
Giving power of attorney by M/s. ECOASFALT. S.A. of Madrid, Spain to their
representative in India for doing all such acts, deeds and things necessary in
connection with execution of this work such as signing of contract, submission of
all documents to NDMC etc. in case the work is awarded to the Company.
2.
Seeking revised Administrative Approval and Expenditure Sanction for suitably
revised estimate.
3.
Availability of the funds (the clear available budget for the year 2006-07 for
strengthening of road works is only Rs. 15 crore while an envisaged around Rs.
40 crores is likely to be spent on this account during the current financial year.
As such, at least in principle approval of the competent authority may be
obtained for suitably revising the budget estimate.)
4.
The department must ensure that requisite drainage improvement work on each
road to be resurfaced may be done prior to undertaking the resurfacing work.
5.
Certification of correctness of information, data and computations by the
department.
6.
8.
Comments of the Department on comments of Finance Department.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
9.
10.
Approval of the Competent Authority.
The letter of authority has been given by M/s ECO ASPHALT. S.A. at the time of
technical bid. The power of attorney will be taken at the time of agreement.
The Revised administrative approval and expenditure sanction is being sought
from the Council.
The funds are available, further the revised budget approval has been sought in
RE.
The 15% provision has been kept for drainage improvement works for
improvement to drainage, on need basis, are being undertaken.
The information and data have been computed correctly.
The approval from the Council will be sought, for acceptance and award of
tender.
Details of previous Council Reso. Existing law of parliament and assembly on the subject.
The administrative approval and expenditure sanction for this work was accorded for an
amount of Rs.1108.00 lacs by Council vide item no.5 (A-6), of the Council meeting
no.03/2006-2007 dated 17.05.2006.
Comments of Law Department on the Subject.
No Comments
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11.
12.
Comments of the Department on the Comments of the Law Department.
Not applicable
Recommendations
The case is laid before the Council for approval to accept the offer of M/s ECOASFALT,
S.A. at their negotiated tender cost of Rs. 17,30,23,406.00 (Rupees seventeen Crores
thirty lacs twenty three thousand four hundred six only) & to accord revised
administrative approval and expenditure sanction for Rs. 20,76,28,087.00 (Rupees
twenty crores seventy six lacs twenty eight thousand eighty seven only), for the work of
strengthening and resurfacing of roads in NDMC area during 2005-2006 by
Microsurfacing.
COUNCIL’S DECISION
Resolved by the Council that approval for acceptance of offer of M/s. ECOASFALT, S.A. at
their negotiated tender cost of Rs,17,30,23,406.00 and revised AA&ES for
Rs.20,76,28,087.00 for the work of strengthening and resurfacing of roads in NDMC area
during 2005-2006 by microsurfacing is accorded.
It was further resolved by the Council to resurface Shahjahan Road as an additional item
in the subject contract, since the road is due for resurfacing in 2007
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ITEM No. 15 (H-6)
1.
NAME OF THE SUBJECT:
Regulations relating to the qualifications of candidates and manner of selection for
appointments to posts referred to in Section 43(1)(c) of the N.D.M.C. Act, 1994; (in
common parlance called “Recruitment Regulations”).
2.
NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT
Personnel Department.
3.
4.
BRIEF HISTORY OF THE SUBJECT:
(I)
Section 43(1)(c) of the N.D.M.C. Act, 1994 provides that the Council may make
regulations in respect of the qualifications of candidates for appointment to the
post of Secretary and Chief Auditor of the Council and of category “A” and
category “B” posts included in the Schedule referred to in Section 34(1) of the
Act, and the manner of selection for appointment to such posts. (These
common parlance are called “Recruitment Regulations”).
(II)
Section 43(2) of the said Act further provides that no regulations referred to
above shall be made except after consultation with the UPSC.
(III)
Section 387(2) of the said Act stipulates that no regulations made by the Council
shall have effect until it has been approved by the Central Government and
published in the Official Gazette.
(IV)
The Personnel Department has consulted the UPSC in respect of 18 posts and
have obtained clearance from the Commission, as per Appendix – I
(See page 97). The Recruitment Regulations are at Annexure (i) to
(xviii) (See pages 97-137) thereof.
DETAILED PROPOSAL ON THE SUBJECT:
(i)
With a view to expedite finalization of the Recruitment Regulations it was
proposed that approval of the Central Government may be obtained in the first
instance and thereafter approval of the Council obtained and thereafter the
approved Recruitment Regulations sent to the Government of NCT of Delhi for
publication in the Official Gazette. However, the Ministry of Home Affairs have
advised that the Recruitment Regulations should be got approved by the Council
and copies of their Resolution in this regard be sent to them. They have also
asked for certain administrative details such as cadre strength, pay structure,
detailed justification, etc., which are being attended to by the Personnel
Department.
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(ii)
5.
It is, therefore, proposed that the Council may approve the recruitment
regulations in respect of said 19 posts as per Annexure -(i) to (xviii) (See
pages 97-138).
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE PROPOSED SUBJECT:
There are no additional financial implications except those already provided in the Budget
Estimate of the N.D.M.C.
6.
IMPLEMENTATION SCHEDULE WITH
INCLUDING INTERNAL PROCESSING.
TIMELINESS
FOR
EACH
STAGE
After the approval of the Regulations by the Council they same will be sent to the
Government of India for approval within 15 days. After the receipt of approval of the
Government of India they will be sent within a week to the Government of NCT of Delhi
for publication in the Official Gazette. This exercise is likely to take 2 to 3 months.
7.
COMMENTS OF THE FINANCE DEPARTMENT ON THE SUBJECT:
No additional financial implications are involved.
8.
COMMENTS OF THE DEPARTMENT ON COMMENTS OF FINANCE DEPARTMENT.
Not Applicable.
9.
LEGAL IMPLICATION OF THE SUBJECT:
There are no legal implications.
10.
DETAILS OF PREVIOUS COUNCIL RESOLUTIONS,
PARLIAMENT AND ASSEMBLY ON THE SUBJECT:
EXISTING
LAW
OF
As indicated against item Nos. 3 and 4 above.
11.
COMMENTS OF THE LAW DEPARTMENT ON THE SUBJECT:
Not applicable.
12.
COMMENTS OF THE DEPARTMENT ON THE COMMENTS OF THE LAW
DEPARTMENT.
Not applicable.
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13.
RECOMMENDATION:
It is recommended that the Council may approve the draft Recruitment Regulations in
respect of the 18 posts as per Appendix – I read with Annexure (i) to (xviii).
14.
DRAFT RESOLUTION:
Resolved by the Council that the Recruitment Regulations in respect of 18 posts as per
Appendix I read with Annexure (i) to (xviii) are approved with the directions that the
same be sent to the Central Government for approval and thereafter to the Government
of NCT of Delhi for publication in the Official Gazette. It is further resolved that further
action be taken in anticipation of confirmation of the minutes.
COUNCIL’S DECISION
Deferred.
It was further decided that details be provided regarding :(i) Resolution of Council approving the draft sent to UPSC ;
(ii) Existing RRs and
(iii) RRs approved by UPSC.
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Annex. 97-137
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
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e)
Notice of resolutions given by the members under the provision to Section 23
of NDMC Act, 1994,
Resolution moved under section 23 of NDMC Act, 1994 regarding systemization of
licence fee collections.
Smt. Sima Gulati, Member, NDMC, has moved the following resolution u/s 23 of NDMC
Act, 1994.
“NDMC has large number of commercial unit’s viz. shops, kiosks, office spaces etc. and is
having handsome revenue collections from these commercial units. It has been observed that
there are a lot of disputes created by NDMC due to non-systematization of its licence fee
collections. It is a matter of grave concern that the licensees have common grievance and
complain about NDMC, not raising the demand as and when due. It is also complained that after
a lapse of considerable time surcharges and interest are levied by NDMC upon the licensee
without having issued any demand for the amounts due. One wonders how the licensees can be
penalized for the inaction and delay on part of the NDMC. The council is required to issue
demand notice well in time for its license fee collection, whatsoever due from the licensee. But it
has been noticed that NDMC never bothers to issue demand notice in time and licensee, even if
they desire to deposit the enhanced license fee can not do so for want of demand notice, and are
charged for the alleged default. It is NDMC who should issue demand notice in time for
realization of license fee. The system of realization of dues needs to be streamlined so that
NDMC may not suffer on account of non-realization of license fees in time. Non-realization of
license fees further results in litigation and blockage of revenue which impacts badly on the
financial health of Civic Body.
The L&DO has already passed orders that surcharges and interest can only be levied on
default of payment of licence fee after a month has elapsed from the date of the raising of the
demand by the department. In view of this the levying of surcharge and interest on the licensee
without having issued a demand note is improper.
It is often seen that NDMC never issues demand notice in time and leave it accumulating
for a substantial long period and thereafter raises the demand by levying surcharge from back
date i.e. the initial due date.
It would be in the interest of NDMC that it may issue demand notice in time for collection
of license fees and mobilization of its finances so that the same may not have any adverse
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impact on its financial health. Rather, the licensee will feel comfortable and easy to pay the
license fees in time and/or be informed of their enhanced liability towards NDMC and resultant
penal action thereof.
Keeping in view of the above, it is resolved that Estate Department may issue demand
notices well in advance informing due date of demand of license fee and/or other due/imposed
charges ensuring proper service to the same and then only thereafter the licensee be held
accountable for the default. It is further resolved that Estate Department of NDMC may withdraw
the demand notices issued to various licensees seeking the payment of enhanced license fees
and surcharge thereon, if the same is not in consonance with the above.
COUNCIL’S DECISION
Council decided to forward the resolution to the department for action and compliance.
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ITEM NO. 16 (M-8)
1.
Name of the Subject/Project
Cash disbursement to all the Students Nry to Class XIIth of NDMC Schools &
aided schools at the rate of Rs.250/-,380/-,420/-550/- per student in the academic year
2006-2007.
2. Name of the Department
Education
3. Brief History of the Subject/Project
The Education department NDMC has been providing free Uniform for students
of Nry, Pry & Middl every year in order to implement the school programme & guarding
the welfare of the Students. The expenditure in providing the Uniform to Students of Pry
Classes is met out of the plan fund under the head of welfare Scheme of Govt. of NCT of
Delhi & expenditure for Nry. & Middle classes are being charged under Non Plan. The
proposals to provide stitch Uniform to all students of Nry to XIIth Class for the year
2006-07 was placed before the council by the council vide item No. 12(M-2), dated
17.05.06 & it was resolved that the policy for giving two sets of Uniform for Summer and
one set of Uniform alongwith woolen jersey for Winter to all the student of classes
Nursery to XII. Further administrative approval and expenditure sanction to estimated
cost amounting to Rs.2,35,52,550/- for providing two sets of uniform for Summer and
one set of Uniform along with woolen winter jersey for Winter to all the students of
classes Nursery to XII in the current year 2006-07. The tenders were invited in this
regard. Fourteen (14) bidders submitted their rates along with capacity to provide the
stitched uniform in a given period of 30 days. However the lowest bidder was unable to
provide stitched uniform to all the students. So the matter was not materialized
4. Details Proposal on the Subject/Project
Realising the fact that considerable time is required to call the fresh tender so
the department proposed to make cash payment to all the students on the basis of the
last year re-imbursement rate i.e. 250/-,380/- & Rs.420/- per student for Nry, Pry, &
Middle respectively & Rs.550/- per students of Sec. & Sr.Sec.
5. Financial implication of the proposed Project/Subject :
An estimated expenditure amounting to Rs. 1,038,4,230 is likely to be incurred as details at
present there are
Level
Nry.
Pry.
Middle
Sec. & Sr. Sec
Tentative Enrollment
2708
15354
5778
2629
Proposed per head rate
250
380
420
550
Total
Amount
677000/5834520/2426760/1445950/10384230/-
The total amount payable as per proposed rate works out to be Rs.1,03,84,230 /-.
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6. Implementation Schedule with time lines for each state including internal
processing:
One Month
7. Comments of Finance departments
1. The process for the next year is initiated well in time taking care of all the difficulties
faced in the procurement of uniform during the last two years.
2. The money distributed is spent on purchase of uniform.
3. Sufficient funds are available; in case additional funds are required under RE 2006-07,
necessary appropriation is done before finalization of RE by Budget Branch.
4. The draft agendum includes entire sequence of events sequence of events of the case
and the yardsticks/norms approved by the Council during the year 2005-06 at well as the
modalities of distribution of the cash in lieu of stitched uniform.
8. Comments of the department on the comments of the Finance department:
1. The yardsticks/norm approved by the council vide resolution No. 3(XXXiii), dated 8.09.02
was adopted during the year 2005-06 for sweater and uniform cloth are as under.
(I)
a) Cashmilon (for sweater) for students of class I, III, and V 225 gm. And 300
gm. Loose cashmilon respectively.
b)
c) Uniform cloth for one set of Pant/half pant and Shirt/Frowk to all student
upto class VIII.
(II)
In the academic year 2005-06 re-imbursement of cost of one set of uniform and
one sweater to all the students of classes Nursery to VIII has been made at the
rate of Rs. 250/-, Rs. 380/- and Rs. 420/- for Nursery, Primary and Middle class
students respectively.
2. The modalities of distribution of cash in lieu of stitched uniform shall be followed as
under.
a) Advance in the name of Head of schools needs to be drawn who shall
deposit the same into bank account already opened for telephone purposes.
The schools which do not have telephone account in the bank, then advance
amount will be drawn by the senior most Head of schools in which they are
housed.
b) Class teachers shall make cash Payment to schools students. To ensure an
early payment to students, the Nodal officers shall coordinate in all the
school under their zones.
9. Legal implication of the Subject/Project:
Nil
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10. Details of previous council resolutions, existing law of parliament & assembly on
the subject:
Nil
11. Comments of Law department on the Subject/Project not required as A A & ES
needed
12. Comments of the department on the comments of the Law department
13. Recommendation:
The matter is placed before the council for kind consideration and decision on the following:
1. To adopt policy for giving cash payment to all the students of Nry to Class XIIth of
NDMC and NDMC, Aided @ Rs.250/-, 350/-, 420/- & 550/- for Nursery, Primary, Middle,
Sec and Sr. Sec. students respectively in the current academic year 2006-2007 .
2. Administrative approval & estimate expenditure sanction amounting to Rs.1,038,4,230/(Rs. One Crore thirty Eight Lacs Four thousand two hundred and thirty only) to make the
cash payment for all students of NDMC & NDMC Aided school for Nry to XIIth in the
current year 2006-2007.
COUNCIL’S DECISION
Resolved by the Council that policy for giving cash payment to all the students of Nry. To Class
XIIth of NDMC and NDMC Aided @ Rs.250.-, 350/-, 420/- & 550/- for Nursery, Primary,, Middle,
Secondary and Sr. Secondary Students respectively in the current academic year 2006-2007 is
adopted.
Further resolved by the Council that AA&ES amounting to Rs.1,03,84,230/- is accorded to make
the cash payment for all student of NDMC & NDMC aided school for Nry to XIIth in the current
year 2006-07 is accorded.
Further resolved by the Council that cash amount for the purpose must be disbursed within one
month and before the next Council Meeting. It was also decided that two sets of summer
uniform shall be supplied to the students from class 2nd to class 10th & class 12th before the
closing of schools for summer vacations for which the department may bring forth an agenda
before the Council well in time.
( KESHAV CHANDRA )
SECRETARY
( SINDHUSHREE KHULLAR )
CHAIRPERSON
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