Annex C - Presentation by SSA Goa

Report
The land of Churches & Temples
The land of Diverse Culture
The land of Sun, Sea and Sand
The land of glorious past
GOA AT A GLANCE
1
Number of Districts
2
2
Number of Blocks/Talukas 12
3
Number of Clusters
110
4
Number of VECs
177
5
Population-2011 Census
14.57 lakh
ELEMENTARY SCHOOLs AT A GLANCE
2011-12
S. NO
SCHOOLS
1
PRIMARY
2
UPPER PRIMARY
GOVT + GOVT
AIDED
UNAIDED
1079
132
421
19
ENROLLMENT AT A GLANCE-2012
S. N
SCHOOLS
ALL MANAGEMENT
1
PRIMARY
128148
2
UPPER PRIMARY
105984
CHILD FRIENDLY ELEMENTS
MS GRILLS AND VERANDAHS
Compound Wall
Compound Wall
ADDITIONAL CLASSROOMS
PROVISION OF 40” LCD MONITORS WITH
COMPUTER CONNECTIVITY
• 105 Government Upper Primary Schools
benefited from the scheme of Learning
Enhancement Programme
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STATE e-LEARNING PROGRAMME
Vedanta-Sesa Goa Foundation in collaboration
with the Directorate of Education and Goa SSA
launched the Computer Aided Learning (CAL)
Programme.
295 Government and Government Aided Upper
Primary Schools covered in this programme
About 574 upper primary school teachers
received training while the CRCs and BRCs
also were involved in this programme.
E-learning soft ware installed in the schools with
available infrastructure and equipments.
FREE TEXT BOOKS (2012-13)
*As per normal pattern Std I to IV children to be supplied
with free text books by the State
Primary :
59,303 students x @ Rs 150 per child = 88.95 lakhs
Upper Primary:
60,513 students x @ Rs 250 per child = 151.28 lakhs
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Total outlay
=240.24 Lakhs
Primary Teachers(2012-13)
4 days English subject
4 days CCE
2 days Maths
UPPER PRIMARY TEACHERS
2 days Maths
2 days Social science
3 days CAL
3 Days CCE
Total No. of teachers to be Trained :
Block Level teacher training : 6706 x 200 x 10 days = 134.12 lakhs
Cluster Level Teacher training : 6706 x 100 x 10 days = 67.06 lakhs
Training of Head Teachers :
1600 x 200 x 10 days = 32 Lakhs
Training of Resource Teachers : 300 x 200 x 10 days = 6 lakhs
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Total Cost of teacher Training: 239.18 lakhs
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13.95 LACS
PROCUREMENT OF HARDWARE UNDER CAL
(2012-13)
Coverage of Govt Upper Primary schools not covered
under LCD Scheme:
LCD’s --------------------- 9 schools x 0.80
= 7.2 lacs
Electrification of 9 schools
x 0.30
= 2.70 lacs
1 Computer in the library 9
x 0.35
= 3.15 lacs
Electrification of library rooms 9 x 0.10
= 0.90 lakhs
-----------------------------------------------------------------------Total
13.95 LACS
PROPOSALS FOR CIVIL WORKS(2012-13)
Furniture Grant (one time ) @ Rs 500 per
child for each Govt Upper Primary School if Civil
works is less than 1/3rd of total budget i.e 33%
Total eligibility 11588 students x 500= 57.94 lakhs
North District 7070 students x 500 = 35.35 lakhs
South District 4518 students x 500 =22.59 lakhs
Colleagues,
before
coming
to
the
rules
&
regulations followed by GSSA, you may like to
recollect the important points of the procurement
procedure prescribed in Chapter IX of the Manual
on
Financial
Management
and
Procurement,
shared with us by the Technical Support group,
SSA during the 34th Quarterly Review Meeting of
Finance
Societies:
Controllers
of
State
Implementation
Procurement Procedure
 It is mandatory to follow the procurement
procedure prescribed in Chapter IX of the
Manual
on
Financial
Management
and
Procurement, and it is not permissible to
follow the State Procurement Procedure in
SSA
Cont/-
Procurement Procedure
 The SSA procurement procedure does not
give any exemption to SSI Units, Micro &
Small Enterprises, Khadi, Handicrafts and
other such units for free issue of tender
documents, payment of EMD, SD, price
preference, etc.
Cont/-
Procurement Procedure
 The State Govt. prescribed financial ceiling
is
followed for
various methods of
procurement unless prescribed by MHRD.
Methods of Procurement
The different methods of procurement followed
in SSA are:
• Open tender
• Limited Tender
• Single Tender
• Without tender/ quotations
• Through Communities
Methods of Procurement
The various steps involved in Procurement
under Open Tender are:
i. Preparation of tender document
ii. Notification/ Advertisement
iii. Issue of Tender Documents
iv. Pre-bid Conference
v. Submission of Tender Documents
Cont/-
Methods of Procurement
vi.
Public Opening of Tender
vii. Evaluation
viii. Selection of lowest evaluated responsive
bidder based on post qualification
ix.
Negotiation with lowest tenderer.
x.
Contract award
xi.
Contract performance
Methods of Procurement
The
State
Government
standard
bidding
documents are to be used.
Reasonable price is to be charged from the
prospective bidder for the bidding documents.
The tendering period for an open tender
contract is not less than 30 days from the date
of sale of tender documents.
Cont/-
Methods of Procurement
The sale of bid documents should commence
the day after the date of notification/
advertisement in newspapers, and should
close one day before the last date for receipt of
bid documents.
The bid documents purchased by one supplier
cannot be transferred to another supplier.
Earnest Money Deposit
• Earnest Money Deposit is calculated at 2% of
the estimated contract value
• If the EMD furnished by the supplier falls
short of 2%, even by a fraction, his bid is to be
rejected as non- responsive.
Earnest Money Deposit
• The validity period of EMD is up to 45
days beyond validity period of tender.
Thus if the tender bid is valid for 90 days,
the validity period of EMD is 135 days
from the date of opening of the bid.
Earnest Money Deposit
• If the supplier does not agree to extend the
bid validity period, his EMD cannot be
forfeited.
• If the supplier refuses the arithmetical
correction
carried
out
at
the
time
evaluation, his EMD is to be forfeited.
of
Technical Specification
• Deviation
of
specification
cannot
be
allowed after opening of tenders.
• Normally,
brand
name
in
specifications should be avoided.
technical
Opening of Bids
• Conditional discount offered by the bidder
should not be taken into account for evaluation.
• Negotiations, if any are to be held only with the
lowest bidder.
• Security Deposit is to be calculated @ 5% of the
contract value.
Opening of Bids
• If the lowest bidder fails to deposit the Security
Deposit within the stipulated time or within extension
granted, his EMD stands forfeited.
• Single tender can be accepted, if publicity for open
tender
was
adequate,
specifications
were
restrictive/ unclear and bid prices were reasonable.
not
Limited Tender
Items normally covered in a limited tender
contract are:
 Goods including books, uniforms, TLE, TLM,
School Equipment, Hiring of Vehicle, operation
and maintenance of equipment.
 A minimum of three quotations are to be
obtained in a limited tender.
Single Tender
The items normally procured under single tender are:
Articles specifically certified as of propriety nature
Manufactured by particular firm
Goods including books
Teaching material
School grant
Hiring of Vehicle &
Operation and Maintenance of equipment.
Items not covered by above categories, purchases made
by exceeding single tender financial ceiling are not
admissible under SSA funds.
Community Construction
It is mandatory to entrust all schools related civil
works, except multistoried buildings in urban
areas, to community
It is necessary to enter into an agreement with the
community for civil works construction and
agreement format prescribed by MHRD is to be
used for this purpose.
Goa GSSA follows the procurement
procedure of FM & P Manual and
Financial Ceilings as prescribed by
the State Govt.
The limits prescribed under general
Financial rules (GFRs 135 to 185).
Methods of
procurement
Open tender
Financial
ceilings
Items
purchased
Above Rs. 25
Free Text
Lakhs
books
( SCERT)
Amount
( In Rs.)
Rs. 1,76,95,460/-
Methods of
procurement
Financial
ceilings
Items
purchased
Limited
Upto Rs. 25
Plastic Chairs
Tender
Lakhs
Amount
( In Rs.)
Rs. 28,26,312/-
Methods of
procurement
Single Tender
Financial
ceilings
Items
purchased
For Proprietary NIL
items
Amount
( In Rs.)
NIL
Methods of
procurement
Financial
ceilings
Items
purchased
Through DGS Rate Contract Computers,
& D rate
UPS, Printers
contract
and peripherals
Amount
( In Rs.)
Rs. 51,41,600/-
Methods of
procurement
Financial
ceilings
Without
Upto Rs.
quotation
15000/- on
each occasion.
Items
purchased
Stationary
Amount
( In Rs.)
Rs. 8,500/-
Methods of
procurement
Financial
ceilings
Reserved
Through Goa
Items
Handicrafts,
RR SSI DC
Items
purchased
Furniture
Amount
( In Rs.)
Rs. 4,12,057/-
Methods of
procurement
Financial
ceilings
Items
purchased
Amount
( In Rs.)
Through
For School
Child Friendly
@ Rs. 40000/-
Community
related civil
Elements
per VECs
works,
( Slides, See-
entrusted to
saw, Swing)
communities. throughVECs
Total Rs.
Rs. 26083929/-

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