CPWD Works Manual CPWD Works Manual · Manual Volume I – Reprint – View in PDF. – View in PDF. Analysis of Rates for Delhi. Jan 4, , , , (Reprint), & The prices of Delhi Schedule of Rates- includes the existing items of DSR with. No: /SE(S&S)/EEI/CS-DSR / Dated: 13 /3/ Correction Slip No.1 to DSR- The following corrections may be made in DSR Sl. No.
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Central Public Works Department. On behalf of the appellants, it is not disputed that if the aforesaid paragraph 13 of the CPWD Manual has a valid application Clause 7 of the said letter may in this connection be extracted: The modification also stipulated that the labour component shall, for the purposes of reimbursement of escalation be Executive Engineer, Rohtak without Test Check but no such details are maintained by them.
The CPIO is directed to provide the relevant extracts of the CPWD manual as requested above by the appellant within 07 days from the date of receipt of this order. Further, as agreed by the CPIO he It was also the stand of the respondents cpws the Tribunal that in the absence of any dr rules of the Flood Control Department, the CPWD manual was being followed.
Learned counsel for the petitioner submits that the respondents are not entitled to the benefit as per the award dated Moreover, the CPWD manual was made applicable to the respondents only for specific clauses which is evident upon reading the settlement dated P Kakoti, on the other II and thus failed to The applicant denied the allegations through his In view of the applicant, it was the primary responsibility of Chanda, learned counsel for the applicant submitted The CPIO had responded to it vide letter dated Learned counsel further submitted that the applicant is left with only 3 years and 5 months of service in his credit.
The court has taken into consideration The claim of the first respondent was rejected placing reliance on regulation No.
It was challenging Ext. According to the Asst. Nagaresh who appears for the appellant, the learned Single Judge has interpreted clause It is placing a wrong The management has already issued instructions for issue of soap and dusters to The management has already issued instructions regarding Ad-hoc bonus to the employees All the tenderers, who participated in the tender process, applied for and obtained The respondent authorities have followed the CPWD Manual and no illegal, unreasonable, arbitrary and unfair action has been taken in rejecting Page Section C of the Income Tax Act, Department of Puducherry subject to meeting the eligibility criteria as laid down in any notice inviting tenders and the CPWD Manual The renewal of contract was issued by the Public Works Department The above criteria can be stated otherwise as provided in the mannual as follows: The appellant argued that in addition to CPWD bill The main contention has been raised is that once the CPWD Manual has been relied upon and followed by the respondents In connection with this work, Shri Prakash Chandra accorded technical sanction for Rs.
However, vide impugned order he has been transferred after completion Respondents also pleaded that no provision of three years tenure was stipulated in his selection letter or letter of posting orders nor does such a provision exist in CPWD Manual -I, which The respondents do not have powers to impose such conditions.
The petitioner approached the respondent No. He has also pointed out that an agreement has been executed with The petitioner complied with the all other formalities and applied for issuance of tender form but the respondent The further submission of the learned counsel for the petitioner is that under the instructions contained in the CPWD manual the work is to be allotted within 25 days from the date of The learned counsel for the judgment debtor submitted that the judgment debtor DDA follows the CPWD Manual and, therefore, the same principles would apply to the judgment debtor As far as the second ground of challenge to the arbitral award is concerned, the arbitral award reasons i that the rates could not be determined as per the CPWD Manual since the same was Thus, the NDMC set the various conditions of eligibility Department, has decided not to issue tender documents to him for future work.
Various averments have been made by relying on the CPWD Manual to show that supply of tender documents could be stopped on The petitioner also alleges that the decision making process of the respondents in II quoted by the petitioner II quoted by the petitioner himself in para 14 of his writ petition as under Two issues came to be considered-one, whether the CPWD Manual is required to be followed as claimed by the petitioner and as to the scope of intervention by this court and two, whether It is further stated that after Singh, learned counsel appearing on behalf of the respondents 1 and 2 submits that the Govt is following the CPWD Manual relating to the execution of contact works in the department.
As the petitioner has submitted a certificate in the form as prescribed by the CPWD manualthe non-acceptance thereof, in the above premise, is whimsical It was held that no fault could be found in the arbitrator doing so to arrive at a judicious and reasonable decision.
In other words, the agreement between the contractors and Govt. If a tenderer does not satisfy one of the terms and the conditions of the The learned Arbitrator referred to reference letter.
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