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Notice for Vendors

CSIR – NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF OCEANOGRAPHY
STORES & PURCHASE DEPARTMENT

July 27, 2017

NOTICE FOR PRESENT / PROSPECTIVE VENDORS
 

Switching over to e-procurement from Manual Tendering All prospective bidders are informed that CSIR – NIO will be switching over to e-procurement shortly using the Central Public Procurement Portal developed by National Informatics Centre (NIC) under URL https://etenders.gov.in/eprocure/app.

For participation in tenders of CSIR – NIO, all bidders (including foreign bidders) need to enrol themselves on the portal which is free of cost.

For enrolment, the bidder has to click on the link Online Bidder Enrollment of the above portal and follow the instructions therein. The bidder has to select his own Login ID, Password and fill in the company details. The Login ID shall be the authorized email ID of the Company. Further information is available in the Bidder Manual Kit including instructions for submission of bids online.

The bidders need to possess Class-III Digital Signature Certificates (signing only). In case of any difficulty, the bidders may approach the help desk of NIC. It may be noted that no query related to this should be sent to CSIR – NIO. We will neither entertain / nor answer any query related to vendor enrollment with NIC. Once successfully registered as bidders, the respective bidder needs to intimate their login ID along with their product profile to the Purchase Department of CSIR – NIO to enable them for forwarding request for quotations in an electronic form.

It may kindly be noted that in the near future, only the enrolled/bidders registered with the above portal would be allowed to participate in the tendering process.

Controller of Stores & Purchase

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