*TENDERS*



TENDERS

Tendering usually refers to the process whereby governments and financial institutions invite bids for large projects that must be submitted within a finite deadline. The term also refers to the process whereby shareholders submit their shares or securities in response to a takeover offer.

Right Tenders and make sure the Tender application are complete:

  1. Step 1: Find Government Tenders relevant to your business.
  2. Step 2: Ensure your business can complete the job.
  3. Step 3: Register with the Central /State Government (Respective Agencies.)
  4. Step 5: Fill out your first Tender Application before the deadline.

Tendering process can be defined as the process of procuring goods,works or service by government organizations or corporations such as SAIL, HEC, State/Central govt ministries, by releasing their requirement document - Tender notice and inviting relevant interested parties to take part in bidding.

Tenders in India are divided into central and state government tenders. The central government issues tenders in the name of the President of India, while state tenders are published under the name of the state and the department issuing the tender.

The following are the Tenders of Central Govt.. and Indipendent Bodies:

1.Airports authority of India

2.Central Public Procurement

3.CPWD

4.Defence

5.NFC

6.NTPC

7.ONGC

8.Railways

9.Titumala Tirupati Devasthanams

10.NTPC

The following are the Tenders of Various States:

1. Andhra Pradesh

2. Telangana State

3. Tamil nadu

4.Karnataka

5. Kerala

6. Maharastra

7. Madhya Pradesh

8. Assam

9. Bihar

10. Chhattisgarh

11. Gujarat

12. Rajasthan

13. Jharkhand

14. Odisha

15. Delhi

16.Goa

17. Punjab

18.Sikkim

19.Uttarakhand

20. U.P

21. West Bengal

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