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    DIPK-1606 Dt. 11-5-2016

    OFFICE OF THE PRINCIPAL, GOVT. DEGREE COLLEGE, R.S. PURA, JAMMU

    TENDER NOTICE Dated: 03-05-2016

    For and on behalf of the Governor of Jammu & Kashmir state, sealed tenders affixed with Rs.6.00 (Rupees six only) Revenue stamps, accompanied by CDR of Rs. 2000/- (Rupees two thousand only) from any Nationalized Bank in favour of the Principal Govt. Degree College, R.S. Pura, are invited from reputed and registered Firms for printing and supply of following items for the session 2015-16 as per the specifications mentioned below. Details of the prospectus and other stationery items Name of item with specification Rate Quoted should be

    inclusive of all taxes. Prospectus: A4 Size (i.e 9”×11”) with pre admission form, admission form, library register form and personal accident insurance cover form (70 GSM white/ ledger paper). Title Page: 300 GSM imported Art Card duly laminated from front side and back side of the prospectus. Inner page: 170 GSM Imported Art Paper Inner page :130 GSM Imported Art Paper Inner page :90 GSM Imported Art Paper Printing: Multi Colour Printing Printing:Black and White Printing Paper: 70 GSM for Forms (white/ledger page) Binding: Stich Binding Identity Card: Identity Card with plastic cover and printed pages Sheets: Internal Assessment Sheets 04 leaves (Superior Quality, Normal Quality) Register: Daily issue register for library 200 leaves each - 05 Nos. Certificate: Accession register for library 200 leaves leather bound - 01 No.

    Tenders must reach the office of the undersigned within seven days from the date of publication of this tender notice in the Newspapers. Undersigned has the right to reject any tender or a part thereof without assigning any reason. The tenders shall be opened on the 11th day from the publication of this notice at 11:00 AM.

    Further specification of the stationery items and prospectus can be obtained from the office of the Principal GDC, R.S. Pura within four working days from the day of publication of tender notice in the Newspapers. DIP/J-874 -Sd/- Dt: 10-5-2016 PRINCIPAL

    Sd/- (Er. Vijay Kumar Arora)

    Deputy Director (Central), DIP/J-911 Stores Procurement Department, Dated : 10-5-2016 Jammu

    OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE ENGINEER PWD (R&B) CONST. DIVN. NO. II, JAMMU

    CORRIGENDUM Name of work: Providing & laying 50 mm thick BM and 25 mm thick

    open graded premix carpet. Reference:- E-NIT No. 21/ 2016-17/ Div -2 Dated 06-05-2016,

    E-NIT No. 23/2016-2017/Div-2 dated 07-05-2016 and E-NIT No. 24/2016-2017/Div-2 dated 07-05-2016.

    Please read Instead of Class of Contractor Class of Contractor Hot Mix Plant Holders / Hot Mix Plant Holders "A" Class Contractor All other terms and conditions shall remains unaltered.

    Sd/- Executive Engineer

    PWD (R&B) Const. Divn. No. II, Jammu DIP/J-889 Dt: 10-5-2016

    J&K SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION LIMITED

    (A J&K Government Undertaking) 2nd Floor, Udhyog Bhawan , Jammu

    No. SICOP/GM (P)/2016/850 Dated: 07.05.2016.

    Extension Notice (2nd) Construction/Up-gradation with 3 years maintenance of roads in IID Centre Battal-Ballian, Udhampur. Ref: - NIT No. SICOP/GM (P)/2016/811 dated 06.04.2016 and extension notice

    No. SICOP/GM (P)/2016/836 dated 28.04.2016. Due to poor response, the date for sale of tender documents and receipt of tenders for the above noted work is further extended as under:- 1. Date of sale of Tender document - upto 16-05-2016. 2. Last date receipt of Tender - 18-05-2016 upto 2.00 PM. 3. Date of opening of Technical Part of bid - 18-05-2016 at 3.00 PM. The other terms and conditions of NIT shall remain unchanged. DIP/J-280-P -Sd- Dt: 10-5-2016 General Manager (Projects)

    SICOP, Jammu

    E-mail:-ceokathua10@gmail.com Ph./Fax No. 01922-234833

    Government of Jammu & Kashmir

    OFFICE OF THE CHIEF EDUCATION OFFICER KATHUA

    Sub: Un-authorized absence from duty by newly appointed Officials of District Kathua.

    CIRCULAR It is for the information of all the concerned that since no leave is due in favour of newly appointed officials, as such all the Drawing and Disbursing Officers of Kathua District are hereby directed not to allow any official to proceed on leave to whom leave is not admissible under Civil Service Rule and they are further directed to serve the notice to the official, if any already proceeded on leave to resume his/her duty imme- diately whom leave is not due, failing which action as warranted under rules shall be initiated against the erring official/officer as and when it will came to the notice of the undersigned.

    DIP/J-920 Sd/- Dt: 11-5-2016 (Balbir Singh)

    Chief Education Officer, Kathua

    OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE ENGINEER, CENTRAL DIVISION, JAMMU MUNICIPAL CORPORATION

    CORRIGENDUM TO e-NIT (AUCTION NOTICE)

    NO. 217C OF 2016-17, The Auction Notice floated vide this office e-NIT No: 217c, dt: 12/04/2016 for scrap is corrected for 01 cum capacity garbage containers which is required to be read as under:- Initial Assessment of Garbage containers 01 cum capacity Reassessment 30 Nos: 07 Nos: DIP/J-288-P Sd/-

    Dt: 11-05-2016 Executive Engineer (Central Div.), Municipal Corporation, Jammu.

    DIPK-1607 Dt: 11-5-2016

    Self-regulation: Airtel sets benchmark of 1.5% for call drops NEW DELHI, May 12: A day after the Supreme

    Court stuck down Trai's regula- tion to compensate consumers for call drops, Bharti Airtel announced to voluntary imple- ment a more stringent benchmark of 1.5 per cent for call drops.

    The country's top operator will contribute towards rural education Rs 1 lakh for every 0.01 per cent increase in call drop rate beyond 1.5 per cent every month in each circle of operation, subject to a maximum of Rs 100 crore per annum.

    Airtel said it will implement 25 per cent more stringent mobile call drop benchmark of 1.5 per cent versus 2 per cent prescribed by the regulator Trai.

    "Based on the calculation of the call drop rate during network busy hour on a monthly average, any amount calculated for exceeding the 1.5 per cent vol- untary benchmark, subject to a maximum of Rs 100 crore per annum, will be contributed by it towards the education of under- privileged children in rural areas," Airtel said in a statement.

    The Supreme Court had yes- terday struck down Trai's regula-

    tion making it mandatory for tele- com companies to compensate subscribers for call drops saying it was "manifestly arbitrary" and an "unreasonable restriction" on the fundamental rights of telcos to carry on the business.

    Airtel said the initiative is an industry first and underlines its commitment to serve its cus- tomers with world-class services by prescribing to stricter quality of service norms.

    The company will report its quality of service data and the amount calculated on a quarterly/annual basis to ensure transparency.

    "This self-regulation on quali- ty of service further underlines our commitment to our customers despite the challenges of limited spectrum availability and acquisi- tion of sites in urban areas," Gopal Vittal, MD & CEO (India & South Asia), Bharti Airtel said.

    The company said it has decided to apply this standard benchmark across the country despite the constraint of difficult operating conditions in some areas, in particular hilly regions such as Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and North East. (PTI)