Tuesday, November 18, 2003


Today's 
Supplement

 

Science and Technology
Youth Herald

 
Today's Edition
Front Page
 

News

National
State
District
City
Business
Foreign
Sports
Edit Page
 
Supplements
Economy & Business
Science & Technology
Youth Herald
Sportscene
DH Avenues
Metro Life
Spectrum
Living
She
Open Sesame
Foreign Panorama
Sunday Spotlight 
Sunday Herald
Articulations
Entertainment
 

Advertisements


Deccan 
International School


Flowers to USA, UK, Singapore, HongKong, Australia, Germany & UAE


FLOWERS & GIFTS to Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad & India


Flowers to Kerala, Mumbai, Delhi, Pune, Ahmedabad, Kolkata & India


Others
DH Cartoon
DH Classifieds
Weather
Year's Horoscope
Weekly Horoscope
Yesterday's Edition
Archives
E-mail to Editor
About Us
Ad Tariffs
Postal Subscription

For enquiries on advertisements & responses : Contact Us

Other Headlines

Inquiry into CET malpractice today »
Rebels win amid protests »
SSLC Board lodges FIR after
staffers alter marks
»
Kerala doc robbed near Nanjangud »
KSRTC launches e-tendering system »
Doubts over delay in nabbing culprits »
Move to amend APMC Act flayed »
No more flyovers, HC suggests to BMP, BDA »
Academic Council approves 185 BEd
colleges in a ‘hurry’
»
Plea to include Kodava language in 8th schedule »
Govt agrees to pay Rs 22 cr to
farmers in Mandya
»
Hike in milk prices put on hold »
Deccan Herald » State » Full Story

KSRTC launches e-tendering system



In a bid to bring in transparency in its tender process, the Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation today launched e-tendering (electronic-tendering) system.
The corporation is the first among the State Transport Undertakings in the country to introduce this system.

This system enables the corporation to publish its notice inviting tenders online, receive tender documents, open the prequalification, commercial and technical bids, verify and approve the tenders and announce the results on its website - www.Ksrtc.org or www.tenderwizard.com/ksrtc.

It is an internet-based procurement facility aimed at providing higher transparency and efficiency to its nearly 500 vendors who transact with the corporation to a tune of about 750 crore annually in various items like diesel, tyre, automobile spare parts and other items, said KSRTC Managing Director V Madhu.

The corporation has trained its vendors in e-tendering to access information and efficient tendering system made possible by the new system developed by the Karnataka State Electronics Development Corporation Limited (KEONICS), also a state-owned company. The KSRTC has also proposed to the New-Delhi-based Association of State Road Transport Undertakings to adopt this system for finalising the “rate contracts” for supply of various spare parts and other items at national level, Mr Madhu said.

Copyright,1999 The Printers (Mysore) Private Ltd., 75, M.G. Road, Post Box No 5331, Bangalore - 560001
Tel: +91 (80) 5880000 Fax No. +91 (80) 5880523