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DIRECTORATE OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION, HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT
GOVERNMENT OF SIKKIM, TASHILING, GANGTOK – 737103
Ref: GOS/TECHED/2006/V(13)pt II/600                                                                                     Dated: 4 th December 2018

TENDER NOTICE

Sealed tenders are invited from eligible bidders for running the Boy’s and Girl’s Hostel Mess of Centre for Computers and Communication Technology (CCCT) Polytechnic, Chisopani, South Sikkim for a period of two years. The minimum qualification of the Bidder should be as under:

  1. Minimum 5 years experience of running Mess/Canteen in Educational Institutions/Government Departments/PSUs or should have passed Diploma in Hotel Management and Catering Technology from a recognized Institute. With minimum 5 years work experience. Certificate for the same to be submitted.
  2. The bidder should possess a valid Trade License and Firm Registration Certificate for Catering Services issued by the Government of Sikkim.
  3. Preference will be given to COI/Sikkim Subject Holders.

A complete set of tender documents containing scope of contract, instructions to the bidders, terms & conditions etc. may be downloaded from here. Sealed tenders must be submitted to the office of the Directorate of Technical Education, Gangtok or Principal, CCCT, including a Demand Draft of Rs. 5000/- (Rupees five thousand only) drawn in favor of Principal, CCCT, payable at Jorethang, on 17 th , 18 th and 19 th December 2018 during working hours. Tender will be opened at Directorate of Technical Education, Gangtok, in presence of bidders, who choose to attend, on 21 st Dec 2018 at 2 pm. The undersigned reserves the right to reject any or all bids without assigning any reasons thereof.

Note: Previously blacklisted contractors need not apply.

Special Secretary cum Director
Technical Education, HRD Department,
Government of Sikkim

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