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Goods & Service Tax (GST) 1. Bidders are to necessarily indicate their Goods & Service Tax Identification Number (GSTIN) along with their techno commercial bids unless and otherwise they are exempted as per GST Laws & Rules. Offers without GSTIN shall be treated at par with “Unregistered” Taxable Person as described in para (2) below. 2. In case a Bidder declares that he is not required to be registered under GST laws and Rules, he shall be treated as “Unregistered Taxable Person”. In such case, Owner is liable to pay GST under reverse charge and therefore for the purpose of evaluation, bid shall be evaluated after considering GST Rates and Service Accounting Code (SAC) as determined by the Owner. 3. In case a Bidder declares that he has applied for GSTIN registration at the time of submission of Bid but GSTIN is not available, he must attach a copy of Application Reference Number (ARN) as proof of his declaration. And in such cases, Bid shall be evaluated after considering GST Rates and HSN Code /Service Accounting Code (SAC) as determined by the Owner if Bidder has not confirmed or quoted the same. 4. Evaluation Methodology: Lowest bidder shall be decided based on lowest landed cost basis. Bid evaluation will be done considering GST rates and HSN/SAC quoted by the bidder shall be treated final and bids shall be evaluated on Gross tax basis i.e. after including amount of GST. Any higher rate of tax actually invoiced shall be adjusted in price. Owner shall not be liable to pay or reimburse rate of GST actually invoiced which is in excess of GST rate quoted or confirmed by the bidder. 5. CGST & SGST or IGST shall not be included in the quoted prices and shall be payable extra at actual on submission of Invoice. 7. General: For indigenous vendors, CGST & SGST or IGST shall be released only on receipt of GST Invoice containing the following details: (a) Name, address and GSTIN of the supplier; (b) A consecutive serial number of the invoice; (c) Date of issue; (d) Name, address and GSTIN or UIN, if registered of the recipient; (e) Name and address of the recipient and the address of the delivery, along with the State and its code, (f) HSN Codes or Accounting Code of services; (g) Description of goods or services; (h) Total value of supply of goods or services; (i) Taxable value of supply of goods or services taking into discount or abatement if any; (j) Rate of tax (Central Tax, State Tax, Integrated Tax (for inter-state supply), Union Territory Tax or cess); (k) Amount of tax charged in respect of taxable services (Central Tax, State Tax, Integrated Tax (for inter-state supply), Union Territory Tax or cess); (l) Place of supply along with the name of State, in case of supply in the course of inter- state trade or commerce; (m) Address of the dispatch point where the same is different from the place of supplier; (n) Signature or digital signature of the supplier or his authorized representative. 7. It's the obligation on the part of Bidder / Vendor / Contractor / Consultant to discharge his liability by payment of GST to Government of India in cash OR utilization of Input Tax credit in respect of such supply of services through GST Invoice under this Contract, so that Owner will avail Input Tax credit on such supply. In the event that the input tax credit of the GST charged by the Bidder / Vendor/ Contractor / Consultant is denied by the tax authorities to Owner due to reasons attributable to Bidder / Vendor, Owner shall be entitled to recover such amount from the Bidder / Vendor/ Contractor / Consultant by way of adjustment from the next invoice or from Bank Guarantee. In addition to the amount of GST, Owner shall also be entitled to recover interest and penalty, in case same is imposed by the tax authorities on Owner. ****

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