1 1 GOVERNMENT OF MAHARASHTRA REVENUE AND FOREST DEPARTMENT PRINCIPAL CHIEF CONSERVATOR OF FORESTS (HEAD OF FOREST FORCE) MAHARASHTRA STATE, NAGPUR TENDER NOTICE INVITING OFFERS FOR PERMISSION TO COLLECT AND REMOVE TENDU LEAVES FOR 2018 SEASON (e-tendering from Non-Scheduled Areas) (e-tendering 3 rd Round) No. Desk 20(2)/ CR-12 (17-18) /1000 / of , Nagpur, dated, 20 January 2018 In continuation of Tender Notice No. No. Desk 20(2)/CR-12(17-18)/847/of , Nagpur, dated, 5th December 2017 & Tender Notice No. Desk 20(2)/CR-12 (17-18) / 960 /of , Nagpur, dated, 5 th January 2018 and in accordance with the Terms and Conditions therein, e- tendering offers are invited for and on behalf of the Governor of Maharashtra by the Additional Principal Chief Conservator of Forests (Non-Timber Forest Produce), Nagpur from intending Licensees having Income Tax Permanent Account Number, who are registered as manufacturers of "BIDIS" and/or exporters of Tendu (Diospyros melanoxylon Roxb) leaves, as required by Maharashtra Forest Produce(Regulation of Trade) Act 1969 (LVII of 1969) (hereinafter referred to as the said Act ), and/ormaharashtra Forest Produce (Regulation of Trade in Tendu Leaves) Rules 1969 (hereinafter referred to as the said Rules ), for having the permission to collect and remove Tendu leaves during the period ending on the 31 December, 2018 from various units constituted under section 3 of the said Act, excluding the tendu units in Scheduled Areas. details whereof have been notified under Government Notification, Revenue and Forest Department No. MFP- 2182/240911/F-1, dated the 19th November 1983, published in Government Gazette, Part IV-B, dated 1st December 1983 and Government Corrigendum Revenue and Forests Department No. MFP-2192/CR-1/F-1 dated 13th January 1992, published in Government Gazette, Part IV-B, dated 16th January 1992 and Government corrigendum, Revenue & Forest Department No. MFP- 2198/CR-23/F-1 dated 2nd April 1998, published in Government Gazette Part IV-B dated 3rd April 1998, Government Corrigendum Revenue & Forests Department No. MFP 2109/CR 127/F-1, dated 31st January 2011 and MFP-2109/CR-127/F-1, dt. 11th January 2012, Government Notification No. MFP 2011/C.R.340/F-9 dated 22nd January 2013 and Government Notification No. MFP
2 2 2015/C.R.268/F-9 dated 6th October 2015, Notification about Yavatmal Circle vide No. MFP 2015/C.R.268/F-9 dated 1st February 2016 and Notification about Chandrapur Circle vide No. Tendu A/2017/CR-320/F-9, dated 29/11/ e-tendering process will be conducted through in the e-tendering portal of Government of Maharashtra in association with Department of Information Technology, Govt. of Maharashtra, NIC & State Bank of India for e-payment. To participate in e-tendering, the intending Offerers shall register themselves in the website of Detailed information for registration and submission of offers through e-tendering process are available in Bidders Manual kit in the website mahatenders.gov.in The intending Offerers have to submit tenders in 2 envelopes through e-tendering. One envelope is for technical bid and the other is for financial bid (Bill of Quantities). While submitting technical bid, the following documents (scanned and saved in pdf format) shall be uploaded. 1. Registration Certificate issued by Dy. Conservator of Forests/Divisional Forest Officer /Sub-Divisional Forest Officer as per the Maharashtra Forest Produce (Regulation of Trade in Tendu leaves) Rules Pan card issued by Income Tax Department. 3. Goods & Services Registration Certificate. 4. Partnership Deed/Memorandum of Articles of Association. The intending Offerers are advised to submit technical bids first, and thereafter submit the financial bids Offers are invited only in respect of units/group of units specified in the list which do not include the yield from the villages in the talukas included in the Scheduled Areas, villages in the talukas whose part areas have been included in Scheduled Areas and the area of Gram Sabhas in the Non-Scheduled Areas which have been sanctioned CFR rights for collection of Tendu leaves by the competent authority. Details of the talukas and villages from where tendu leaves collection is prohibited is shown in the annexure A. The maps and other details of various units/group of units can be seen in the office of the Deputy Conservator of Forests/Divisional/Sub-Divisional Forest Officer of independent sub-division concerned during office hours on working days. Before submitting the offer, the intending Offerers are advised that they should inspect personally the unit/group of units for which offers are submitted and satisfy themselves regarding the boundary/boundaries of the unit/group of units and the villages included in them as shown in the map and if they require any information or details thereof, they may contact the concerned Deputy Conservator of Forests (territorial/ Wild life) or the Chief Conservator of Forests (Territorial/Wild Life) or the office of the Additional Principal Chief Conservator of Forests (Non Timber Forest Produce) Maharashtra State, Nagpur during office hours on any working day. After submission of
3 3 the offer through e-tendering process, no complaint of whatsoever nature shall be entertained by the Government The Form of Offer, Terms and Conditions of Offer, Terms and Conditions of Contract and the Form of Agreement to be executed by the Offerer whose offer is accepted by the Government are appended hereto. Unless, otherwise specified in the said List of Units given hereunder, there shall be a separate offer for each unit or specified group of units and only one offer will be submitted by a person or a party for a particular unit or specified group of units. In the event of submission of two or more offers for different amounts for a particular unit or a specified group of units by one and the same person or party, only the offer of the highest amount will be considered as a valid offer. The right to accept or reject any offer without assigning any reason there for is reserved The Offerer whose offer is accepted by the Government, shall also be bound to pay for the Tendu leaves which may be offered to him for sale by growers, if any, other than the Government in the concerned unit/ group of units at the price that may be fixed by the Government and take delivery thereof at such place and in such manner as may be directed from time to time by the Deputy Conservator of Forests concerned. In this respect, such Offerer shall be deemed to be an Agent of the Government, for the concerned unit/group of units, appointed under the said Act and the said Rules. Note:- Attention of all tenderers is drawn to the following instruction issued in the e-tender portal of Government of Maharashtra about payment of EMD: All users are hereby requested to use SBI Internet Banking or other Bank Internet Banking in State Bank MOPS wef 19/01/2015. Refund of Transactions done using NEFT/RTGS is in process and refund from SBI may take a few days time. Hence all tenderers are requested to take note of this instructions and make payment of EMD only through Internet Banking of State Bank of India or Internet Banking of other Banks through State Bank MOPs (Multiple Option Payment System). It may be noted that there is no option for NEFT/RTGS. This office shall not be responsible if EMD is not accepted by the Portal if payment is tried through NEFT/RTGS. Any queries regarding e-tendering process may be addressed to the mail ID only. Note: Only one offer is to be submitted through e-tendering by a person or a party for a particular unit or specified group of units (g.o.u.) indicated in column 4, 5 and 6 of the list of units/ group of units (units & groups of units) given below.
4 4 LIST OF 142 UNITS / GROUPS OF UNITS/(g.o.u.) (114 units & 28 groups of 48 units) FOR WHICH OFFERS ARE INVITED Circle Notified yield Division/ Number & Group of (approximate) independent Range Name of units units No. in standard Sub-Division bags (i) Gadchiroli Gadchiroli Gadchiroli 1-Gadchiroli 1600 Chatgaon 4 -Amirza (i) Total of Gadchiroli division: 2 units (ii) Gadchiroli Wadsa Porla 1- Porla 1820 Armori 2- Wairagad 2310 Wadsa 4- Wadsa 1970 Delanwadi 5- Nawargaon (ii) Total of Wadsa division: 4 units (iii) Gadchiroli Allapalli Ghot 1- Deoda Narendrapur Potepalli Ghot Thakurnagar 1710 Chamorshi 6- Anantpur Amgaon 1730 Markhanda 11- Gundapalli Adapalli Koparalli 3080 Aheri 14- Lagam 2120 Pedigudam 15- Moharli (iii) Gadchiroli Allapalli Pedigudam 16- Mulchera Mathuranagar (iii) Total of Allapalli division : 14 units Grand Total of Gadchiroli Circle : 20 units (i) Chandrapur Chandrapur Warora 1- Warora 900
5 5 2- Shegaon 1500 Bhadrawati 3- Masal Chora Bhadrawati 1900 Chandrapur 6- Durgapur Chandrapur 2100 Chichpalli 11- Mul 1100 Saoli 13- Chargaon Saoli Vyahad Sirshi Kapsi Gewara (i) Total of Chandrapur Division : 14 units (ii)Chandrapur Bramhapuri Chimur 3- Gardapar Bhisi Metepar Shankarpur 1300 Talodhi 8- Wadhona Balapur (ii)Chandrapur Bramhapuri Talodhi 11- Khambala Govindapur 1000 Nagbhid 13- Mindhala Dongargaon Paharni 2000 North Bramhapuri 18- Talodhi Navegaon 750 South Bramhapuri 21- Ekara 1500 South Bramhapuri 22- Chak Kosambi 1100 Sindewahi 26- Ratnapur (ii) Total of Bramhapuri Division : 16 units (iii)Chandrapur Central Chanda Pombhurna 1- Bembal 1000
6 6 2- Ghosari Pombhurna Kemara Dongarhaldi 1900 Kothari 6- Kothari Aksapur 2300 Dhaba 8- Gondpipri Gujri Tohogaon 1700 Ballarshah 12- Ballarpur Kalmna Palasgaon (iii)Chandrapur Central Chanda Ballarshah 15- Manora 900 Wirur 19- Wirur Dewada A - 150, 20- Dewada B Wansadi 21- Wansadi (iii) Total of Central Chanda Division: 17 units /g.o.u Grand Total of Chandrapur Circle: 47 units/g.o.u CCF & FD,TATR, Chandrapur Deputy Director (Buffer)(TATR) Chandrapur Palasgaon 1- Palasagon 1300 Mul Chandrapur 4- Fulzari (Buffer) 5- Peth I Warwat 2400 Khadsangi 9- Nimdhela Tekepar Grand Total (Buffer Zone) CCF & FD,TATR, Chandrapur : 5 units / g.o.u. ( 4 units & 1 groups of 2 units) (i) Nagpur Gondia Gondia 1- Mundipar 2- Dasgaon 3- Gondia I Gangazari Amgaon 10- Amgaon II 50
7 7 11- Anjora Salekasa 12- Salekasa 1800 Salekasa 13-Darekasa -1, 14- Darekasa -2 III 2200 South Deori 25- Kanhalgaon 26- Parsodi 27- Mhaisuli IV Palasgaon 29- Bonde Chichgarh 38- Kakodi 39- Wadekasa V Chichgarh 41- Piparkhari VI Kadikasa 1200 Chichagarh 42- Magardoh 43- Palandur VII 1125 Gothangaon 45- Tirkhurri-1, 46- Tirkhurri-2, 47- Rajoli VIII (i) Total of Gondia division : 10 units/g.o.u. ( 2 units & 8 groups of 22 units) (ii) Nagpur Bhandara Bhandara 31- Koka 32- Dongardeo I Pandharabodi 34- Dodmazari 300 Bhandara Adyar 35- Baghbodi 36- Madagi 37- Manegaon 38- Purkabodi 39- Rengoda 40- Tirri II 1850 III Kitadi (ii) Total of Bhandara division : 5 units/g.o.u. ( 2 units & 3 groups of 9 units) (iii) Nagpur Nagpur Ramtek 15- Adegaon 16- Mauda I 700 Khapa 26- Khubala 1100
8 8 47- Umrer 900 4(iii) Total of Nagpur division : 3 units/g.o.u. ( 2 units & 1 groups of 2units) (iv) Nagpur Wardha Wardha 19-Hinganghat 20-Wardha I (iv) Total of Wardha division : 1 units/g.o.u. ( 1 groups of 2 units) Total of Nagpur Circle : 19 units/g.o.u. (6 units & 13 groups of 13 units) (i) Yavatmal Pandharkawda Maregaon 1- Maregaon 820 Wani 3- Kurli Wani 500 Mukutban 5- Mukutban A, B 100 Jamni 6 -Jamni A,B 190 Pandharkawada 7- Pandharkawada A,B,C,D,E (i) Yavatmal Pandharkawda Ghatanji 9 Ghatanji (i) Total of Pandharkawda division : 7 units (i) Yavatmal Pusad Mahagaon 1-Fulsawangi Mahagaon 1500 Kali Dau 3- Kali 1600 Umarkhed 4- Krishnapur 1350 Mahagaon 6- Mudana 1100 Shembalpimpri 8- Fulwadi 1380 Marwadi 10- Marwadi 1313 Digras 11- Digras (ii) Total of Pusad division : 8 units (i) Yavatmal Yavatmal Jodmoha 1- Jodmoha 1045 North Arni 3 - Borgaon 782 Yavatmal i 5- Yavatmal 1838 Arni(N) 6- Lonbehel 1547 Ner 9 -Ner (iii) Total of Yavatmal division : 5 units 5776
9 9 5 Total of Yavatmal Circle: 20 units (i) Amravati Buldhana Jalgaon (Jamod) Sonala 1- Jalgaon Ja. 500 Motala 2- Motala 450 Khamgaon 3- Khamgaon 300 Buldhana 4- Dhalsawangi 6- Dhamangaon I PimpalgaonSarai 7- Buldhana II 1000 Ghatbori 8- Mandwa 9- Ghatbori 10- Iswi III 1600 Mehkar 11- Lonar 12- Bibi(N) IV Bibi(S) Deulgaon Raja 14- Deulgaon Raja 15- Sindhkhed Raja V (i) Total of Buldhana division : 8 units/g.o.u. ( 3 units & 5 groups of 12 units) (ii) Amravati Amravati Paratwada 1- Paratwada Wadali Chandur Rly 4- Amravati 5- Chandur Rly I (ii) Total of Amravati division : 1 units/g.o.u. ( 1 groups of 3 units) Total of Amravati Circle : 9 units/g.o.u. (3 units & 6 groups of 15 units) (i)aurangabad Nanded Mandvi 3- Mandvi 260 Kinwat 4- Kinwat 700 Bodhadi 5- Bodhadi 300 Islapur 6- Islapur 280 Himayatnagar 7- Himayatnagar 400 Hadgaon 8- Tamsa 800 Bhokar 7 (i)aurangabad Nanded Degloor 11- Shivangaon 12- Umari 13- Billoli 14- Degloor I 700 II 600
10 10 Mukhed 17- Kandhar 800 Nanded 18 Mudkhed 19- Nanded 20- Loha III (i) Total of Nanded division : 10 units/g.o.u. (7 units & 3 groups of 7 units) (ii)aurangabad Parbhani Parbhani 2- Sawargaon 3- Patur I (ii) Total of Parbhani division: 1 units / g.o.u. ( 1 groups of 2 units) (iii)Aurangabad Hingoli sub div. Hingoli 3- Khadkat 4- Pedgaon I Sakara 400 Aundha (West) 11- Aundha (iii) Total of Hingoli sub-division : 3 units /g.o.u. (2 units & 1 groups of 2 units) (iv)Aurangabad Aurangabad Aurangabad 1- Aurangabad 300 Soegaon 2- Ajantha 3- Savalatbara 4- Soegaon 5- Ambhai I 800 II 800 Nagad 9- Nagad (iv) Total of Aurangabad division : 4 units/g.o.u. (2 units & 2 groups of 4 units) (v)Aurangabad Beed Sub div Beed 1- Beed (v) Total of Beed sub- division : 1 units 400 7(vi)Aurangabad Osmanabad Subdn. Tuljapur and Bhoom 1- Udgir 2- Usmanabad I (vi) Total of Osmanabad sub- division: 1 Unit / g.o.u. (1 groups of 2 units) Total of Aurangabad Circle : 20 units / g.o.u. ( 12 units & 8 groups of 17 units) (i) Dhule Jalgaon Jamner 1- Jamner 1250 Muktainagar 2- Muktainagar (ii) Total of Jalgaon division : 2 units Total of Dhule Circle : 2 units 1550 Grand Total of the State-142 units/g.o.u. (114 units & 28 groups of 47 units) Additional Principal Chief Conservator of Forests (Non-Timber Forest Produce) Nagpur.
11 11 GOVERNMENT OF MAHARASHTRA OFFICE OF THE PRINCIPAL CHIEF CONSERVATOR OF FORESTS (HEAD OF FOREST FORCE) MAHARASHTRA STATE, NAGPUR TENDER NOTICE INVITING OFFERS FOR PERMISSION TO COLLECT AND REMOVE TENDU LEAVES FOR 2018 SEASON (through e-tendering from Non-Scheduled Areas) 3 rd Round. Offers through e-tendering are invited for permission to collect and remove tendu leaves from Tendu units / groups of units which are specified in the list given in the Notice for 2018 Tendu season. The e-tendering will be done through the e-tendering portal of Government of Maharashtra in association with Department of Information Technology, Govt. Of Maharashtra, NIC and State Bank of India for e-payment. There are no fees for participation in e- tendering of tendu leaves for 2018 Tendu season except bank transaction charges. The details of submission of offers through e-tendering process and opening of offers etc. are given as below: Date & Time for Date & Time Round of submission of offers Tendu Units of opening of e-tendering through e-tendering offers process 3rd Round The units which were not sold in the 29/01/ A.M. 31/01/2018 Second Round of e-tendering. to A.M. 30/01/ P.M. 1. Registered Manufacturers of Bidis and Exporters of Tendu Leaves only can submit offers through e-tendering. Intending offerers shall register themselves by providing the required documents online before submitting offers through e-tendering. Digital signature, ID and Mobile no. are compulsory for participating in e-tendering process in addition to the actual registration with division offices of the forest Department. 2. After opening, of e- tenders, the details of offers received through e-tendering would be made available on the official website of Maharashtra Forest Department i.e. Details of notice inviting offers through e-tendering, Terms and Conditions of Offer, Terms & Conditions of Contract and the Agreement Form will be made available soon on the Forest Department website and 3. Attention of all tenderers is drawn to the following instruction issued in the e-tender portal of Government of Maharashtra about payment of EMD: All users are hereby requested to use SBI Internet Banking or other Bank Internet Banking in State Bank MOPS wef 19/01/2015. Refund of Transactions done using NEFT /RTGS is in process and refund from SBI may take a few days time.
12 12 Hence all tenderers are requested to take note of this instructions and make payment of EMD only through Internet Banking of State Bank of India or Internet Banking of other Banks through State Bank MOPs (Multiple Option Payment System). It may be noted that there is no option for NEFT/RTGS. This office shall not be responsible if EMD is not accepted by the Portal if payment is tried through NEFT/RTGS. Any queries regarding e-tendering process may be addressed to the mail ID 4. For online Payment related issues, Kindly send with Bank Reference Number to this ID You may also contact for clarifications. For online Payment related issues, Kindly send with Bank Reference Number to this ID You may also contact for clarifications. 5. Regarding any query related to e-tendering process, you may contact on toll free No and the Facility Management Resource Person who sits in NIC office at every District headquarters in Maharashtra State. Interested persons can also contact Tendu Help Desk, at PCCFs Office, Van Bhavan, Ramgiri Road, Civil lines, Nagpur (Tel No ) during office hours. 6. For any technical related queries please call at 24 x 7 Help Desk Number , , , International Bidders are requested to prefix 91 as country code. Note- Bidders are requested to kindly mention the URL of the Portal and Tender Id in the subject whi le ing any issue along with the Contact details. For any issues/ clarifications relating to the tender(s) published kindly contact the respective Tender Inviting Authority. Tel. No.: , , , supporteproc[at]nic[dot]in Nagpur Date : 20/01/2018 (T. K. Choubey) Additional Principal Chief Conservator of Forest (Non-Timber and Forest Produce), Nagpur